Dominating the front of the Guardian and other papers on Monday are images of protests in London as anger grows over the police’s handling of a vigil held for Sarah Everard in Clapham Common on Saturday. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Parliament Square and Trafalgar Square on Sunday, many carrying signs protesting about violence against women. But Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick has dismissed calls for her to resign. She defended the actions of her officers and hit back at “armchair” critics. It comes after politicians from all sides criticised the police’s use of force at the vigil. An independent inquiry by the policing inspectorate has been ordered.