UK & World News

  • 26 July 2014, 6:06

Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Daily Mail

Every driver involved in a car crash will have their mobile phone seized by police to see if they were texting

:: The Times The US is urgently looking into whether Islamist militants in Iraq have obtained surface-to-air missiles

:: The Independent, The i The Charity Commission is now investigating Downing Street's flagship Big Society network following allegations funds were misused

:: The Financial Times

The Chancellor hails the end of the UKs longest economic slump in a century

:: The Daily Star

FormerN-Dubz singer Tulisa has vowed to fight back after being found guilty of assaulting a blogger

:: The Guardian

Poorer residents are being separated from wealthy homebuyers and have to use different entrances in some inner city flats in London

:: The Daily Express The Daily Express claims a group of suspected illegal immigrants were arrested to trying to leave Britain

:: The Daily Mirror A child-rape trial collapses after the judge presiding over the case fell asleep as the alleged victim gave evidence

:: The Daily Telegraph

Brandon Lewis, the planning minister, claims communities that once opposed housing developments now support them because of the Coalition's planning reforms

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Reviewing Saturday's papers will be former broadcasting regulator Stewart Purvis and author and playwright Bonnie Greer.

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