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  • 18 April 2014, 7:47

Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Abu Hamza, foreign doctors lacking the skills to work in the NHS and Peaches Geldof all feature on the front of Friday's papers.

The Daily Telegraph and The Times lead on the foreign doctors story, while the Express has revelations about Abu Hamza from a courtroom in New York.

The Daily Star says Peaches Geldof will have her ashes scattered at the same spot as her mum.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail claims taxpayers will foot the £10m bill for a case against an NHS whistleblower.

The Sun runs with a 12-year-old mum's ordeal and the Daily Mirror reports on a baby who caught meningitis from a cat.

Elsewhere, both The Independent and its sister paper i claim new City minister Andrea Leadsom used controversial trusts to lessen her tax obligations.

The Guardian has discovered that Barack Obama's most influential adviser during two presidential victories has been hired to advise Labour on its 2015 election campaign.

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