UK & World News

  • 30 May 2014, 6:42

Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Daily Telegraph

The new head of the NHS says the health service must stop closing cottage-style hospitals and return to treating more patients in their local communities.

:: The Guardian

A study of firms owned abroad has raised questions over the Scottish National Party's wealth figures for an independent Scotland.

:: The Independent, The i

Families living below the breadline are being chased for money by private debt collectors hired by the Government after their tax credits were overpaid due to errors made by HMRC.

:: Daily Express

If advances in treatment for blood pressure continue, 80% of sufferers will have their condition under control within eight years.

::The Daily Mail

Families grieving in the wake of the Iraq War are left furious by Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood's decision to veto the release of more than 150 crucial messages between Tony Blair and George W Bush.

:: Daily Mirror

Stephen Sutton's family lead hundreds of well-wishers in a celebration vigil for the 19-year-old who died after raising 4m for charity.

:: The Times

Save Meriam: A Sudanese court has sentenced a 27-year-old woman to death for marrying a Christian.

::The Metro

A 2.3m heroin gang that lived a life of luxury has been ordered to repay just 24.

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