Newspaper front pages for the 21st of September, 2021

The case of a mum, her two children, and a friend being found dead in Derbyshire has made the front of the Metro.


The Daily Express leads with a pledge from ministers to protect consumers from price hikes linked to a gas industry crisis.


Boris Johnson has backed a Daily Mail campaign to secure the return of face-to-face GP appointments.


The Daily Telegraph says the government is under increasing pressure to axe the energy price cap amid a concerning rise in gas prices.
Number 10 has been warned that the rise in energy prices could make this winter “very, very difficult” for thousands of Britons, The Guardian reports.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has insisted the “there is no question of the lights going out”, as minsters try to deal with the crisis sparked by rising gas prices, the Financial Times reports.




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