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Friday's Front Pages: What's In The Papers?
The death of Peaches Geldof and soaring property prices in the UK are the big stories in Friday's newspapers.
The Daily Star says the police are searching for a drug dealer who supplied the 25-year-old celebrity with heroin.
A lack of drug evidence at her home in Kent is the focus of The Sun's front page which also reports that husband Tom found her lying on the spare bed.
Friday's Daily Express reports that house prices in the UK are increasing by £1,500 a month - the highest rate since 2007.
Bank of England concerns about damage to the UK economy from a property "price spiral" is the focus of the front page of the Financial Times.
And The Times also focuses on property prices, with a story about an Eastern European buyer purchasing a flat for a record £140m in west London.
Elsewhere, The Daily Telegraph leads on claims that more than half of grammar schools in England will prioritise children from poorer backgrounds for admissions.
The i newspaper leads on the case of Judge Constance Briscoe, who is facing imprisonment for perverting the course of justice.
A dramatic drop in the number of prosecutions for rape cases and the reasons behind the drop makes the front page of Friday's Independent.
The Guardian claims fraud trials are in danger of collapse because barristers are refusing to represent defendants in protest at a cut in legal fees.
Jeremy Clarkson's public apology over claims that he used a racist word during filming of his BBC show Top Gear is the front page story on the Daily Mirror.
And the Daily Mail claims that Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg is refusing to support a crackdown on offenders carrying knives.
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