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  • 16 May 2014, 0:15

Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Statins and Prince Harry are among the subjects being covered by Friday's national newspapers.

The Daily Express reports on new data which shows that previous concerns over statins were incorrect.

The Daily Star claims that Prince Harry went on a stag do and liked the pub he was in so much he offered to buy it for cash.

The Times says research which heaped doubt on the rate of global warming was suppressed by scientists over fears it would be 'less than helpful' to their cause.

David Cameron has promised Scotland more powers if they vote 'No' in the independence referendum, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The Guardian has a report from Chibok, Nigeria, where more than 200 girls were abducted from a school.

A woman was caught on camera stealing from a 90-year-old, reports the Daily Mirror.

The Daily Mail says that government advisers have warned that heavy use of the internet can damage children's health.

The Sun reports on a shop assistant who was suspended from her job because she called former England captain John Terry a 'pig'.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Friday night's preview will feature columnist and business expert James Max and journalist Roya Nikkhah.

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