UK & World News

  • 18 August 2014, 6:40

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Mail

Britain is being dragged deeper into the conflict in Iraq as more Special Forces personnel travel to the country, the Daily Mail says.

David Cameron has warned that if the Islamic State's onslaught continues Europe will be facing a "poisonous" terrorist state on the shores of the Mediterranean.

:: Daily Telegraph

Britain's mission to stop Islamic State in Iraq is also the focus of the Telegraph's front page.

:: The Times

The same story is covered by The Times.

:: The i newspaper

A report from Britain's chief health inspector says too many hospital trusts are resistant to change, the i reports.

:: Metro

Metro details the journey of the immigrant stowaways discovered at Tilbury Docks in Essex. On Sunday evening, video of the moment the terrified immigrants were discovered was released.

:: The Daily Mirror

A special report on the ebola crisis is carried by the Daily Mirror.

On Sunday, at least 17 ebola patients fled a quarantine centre in Liberia after it was attacked by armed men.

:: Daily Express

The Government is targeting problem families to reduce the benefits bill, reports the Daily Express.

:: Daily Star

The Star reports on Celebrity Big Brother.

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