UK & World News

  • 23 August 2014, 7:35

Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Mail, Daily Express

Hospitals must offer free or cut price parking to many patients and visitors, the Government will announce.

:: Independent, The i

Western governments may be poised to work with Syria's Bashar al Assad as they fight their common enemy - Islamic State.

:: Daily Mirror

The paper is critical of David Cameron's decision to remain on holiday while the hunt goes on for the British killer of journalist James Foley.

:: Financial Times

European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi has signalled he is increasingly concerned by high unemployment and inflation in the eurozone.

:: Daily Telegraph

Theresa May is to announce a three-point plan to counter British extremists as she warns jihadists pose a long-term threat.

:: The Times

Police are preparing to raid the homes of Britons as they try to firmly establish the identity of the militant who killed James Foley.

:: The Daily Star

The paper leads with the latest from the Celebrity Big Brother House.

:: The Sun

The paper leads with a story about the possible identity of the British militant who killed James Foley.

:: The Guardian

Western powers are coming under increasing pressure to do more to halt the advance of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

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