The Daily Telegraph’s main story reports that Boris Johnson will say he is “dead set” against another lockdown as he unveils his winter plan, abolishing Covid laws that are no longer needed and scrapping the travel traffic light system. Like most of the papers, it also features a photo of Emma Raducanu holding her US Open trophy in New York’s September sunshine.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Theresa May’s modern slavery law has the biggest loophole for migrants. Former immigration minister Chris Philp claims the law allows illegal migrants to avoid deportation.
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