UK & World News

  • 10 August 2014, 0:37

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Observer, The Independent on Sunday

Barack Obama is pledging a long-term campaign to stop Iraq's jihadist crisis.

:: The Sunday Telegraph

Up to 150,000 refugees are surrounded by the Islamic militants.

:: Mail On Sunday

A UKIP member urges the party's youth to emulate Hitler's rhetorical style.

:: The Sunday Times

Baroness Warsi says David Cameron cannot win a majority at the next election.

:: Sunday Express

MPs are proposing a new one-pint limit on driving.

:: Daily Star Sunday

UK airport staff are set to strike over ebola fears.

:: The People

Prince Harry says he will remain a soldier until drawing his pension.

:: The Sun On Sunday

A three-year-old with a hole in her heart has arrived in the UK from Gaza for life-saving surgery.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Reviewing Monday's papers will be TV presenter Mary-Ann Ochota and columnist James Max.

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