THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES
:: Daily Mirror
The man who carried out the lorry attack on the Berlin Christmas market could strike again.
:: The Times
An international manhunt is underway for the killer.
:: Daily Mirror
Police in Berlin fear a second attack because they arrested the wrong man.
:: Daily Telegraph
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is under intense political pressure after the person responsible for the terrorist attack escaped.
:: The Guardian
The far right in Germany blames Angela Merkel for the attack, claiming she has imported terror to the country.
:: The Metro
The Polish lorry driver whose vehicle was hijacked by the killer fought for his life before being stabbed and shot.
:: The Sun
The attack may be linked to a British terror cell of so-called Islamic State.
:: Daily Mail
The attack has cast a shadow over the forthcoming Christmas celebrations.
:: The i
Europe is on terror alert with the SAS and police firearms teams on standby in the UK.
:: Daily Star
Britons are refusing to allow the Berlin attack to stop their Christmas festivities here.
:: Daily Express
Theresa May has signalled MPs and peers will not be allowed to block Britain’s final Brexit deal.
:: Financial Times
Facebook is facing a potentially huge fine from the EU over data sharing during its takeover of What’sApp.
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