Newspaper headlines: Met pressure over demos and Gaza strikes intensify

The Sun
Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph leads on the Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley coming under pressure to ban a march planned for Armistice Day - next Saturday. Sir Mark has been warned by some of his own officers that protesters could clash with veterans commemorating Remembrance weekend, the paper says.
The Guardian focuses on the fighting itself as it says Israeli strikes on Gaza have intensified, while violence has also flared up on the Lebanon border. The Israel Defense Forces has indicated its troops are planning to enter Gaza City itself within 48 hours, the paper reports Israeli media as saying.
The i says the UK's national security council is "not prepared for heightened terror threat" due to the Israel-Gaza conflict. The paper says five serving and ex-intelligence sources say under-resourcing, and disruption caused by the repeated changes of prime minister over the last year, has left it "reactionary" to threats it should prepare for.
Daily Mirror
The Daily Mirror focuses on the story of a British surgeon who was trapped in Gaza. "Saving lives in hell" is the headline, as he praises the "selfless courage of medics" trying to help people amid the horrors of war.
Daily Mail
Financial Times
Daily Express
Daily Star
The Daily Star says "Here we blow again" as it warns Britain is about to be battered by 70mph winds and torrential downpours. It follows Storm Ciaran last week.

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