UK & World News

  • 31 May 2014, 1:45

Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Mail

Hundreds of taxpayers are being sent letters by HM Revenue & Customs asking why they are paying less tax than expected.

:: The Independent

Millions will have to change the way they use the internet following a landmark court ruling that allows people to ask Google to take down personal information.

:: The Daily Telegraph

A poll predicts that the majority of people who voted for UKIP in the recent European elections would do the same at a general election.

:: Daily Mirror

A man has been given a restraining order after bombarding Countdown star Rachel Riley with messages on Twitter.

:: Daily Express

House prices will soar by at least 12% in the next year, economists are predicting.

:: The Guardian

The days of scandal, militancy and drinking at the Police Federation are over, according to the body's new leader.

:: Financial Times

The European Central Bank is poised to cut interest rates and boost lending to small businesses to try to avoid the threat of Japan-style deflation.

:: Daily Star

Coronation Street actress Georgia May Foote was involved in a real-life 999 drama after collapsing on set.

:: The Times

Political leaders have joined the fight to save a Sudanese woman given a death sentence for marrying a Christian.

:: The Sun

A motorist was seen driving down the M1 for 10 miles while reading a book.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Saturday night's preview features journalist and author Nichi Hodgson and Conservative MPRehman Chishti.

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