UK & World News

  • 4 August 2014, 6:47

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Independent, i

Ed Miliband has been warned that UKIP could win several key seats in next year's general election, which may cost Labour victory.

:: The Guardian, The Metro

The US and UN have condemned an attack on a third UN-run school sheltering Palestinians, which left 10 people dead.

:: Daily Star

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has been involved in a fresh bust-up with Simon Cowell at X Factor auditions.

:: Daily Mirror

A passenger who died after landing atGatwickAirport from Sierra Leone has been tested for ebola. The test later proved negative.

:: Daily Express

Millions of people will be shut out of the Government's "pensions revolution" by punishing fees, experts have warned.

:: The Financial Times

HSBC is set to become the latest bank to take a fresh charge for mis-sold payment protection insurance.

:: The Daily Telegraph

After 12 days and 53 medals Scotland has bidfarewell to the Commonwealth Games.

:: The Times

Health department staff say targets to treat patients within 18 weeks will be missed in order to treat a backlog of people who have spent more than a year on hospital waiting lists.

:: The Sun

David Cameron will lead Britain in a poignant Lights Out tribute to the millions who died in World War One on the 100th anniversary of the start of the war.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.Reviewing Tuesday's papers will be the Daily Mirror's Kevin Maguire and the Daily Mail's Andrew Pierce.

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