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  • 4 May 2014, 7:47

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

A possible TV debate involving David Cameron and Nigel Farage, a Labour crackdown on junk food and a 'horror' plane landing are among the stories on the front pages.

The Prime Minister has appointed his senior security adviser to lead a new drive for compensation for British victims of IRA terrorism, claims The Sunday Telegraph.

Mr Cameron is prepared to go head to head with the UKIP leader Mr Farage in a televised debate before the next general election, says The Sunday Times.

More than 30 of Ed Miliband's Labour parliamentary candidates have called for a bold new policy to improve rail services and control train fares, reports The Observer.

The Mail On Sunday says the Labour leader is facing a party revolt over secret plans for a 'nanny state' crackdown on drinking, smoking and junk food.

A British Airways steward has been found dead on a beach after a horror landing that left the entire cabin crew unfit to fly, reports the Sunday Express.

A woman begged police for help 120 times as she endured a five-year reign of terror at the hands of a stalker, claims the Sunday People.

Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson is expecting a tough reception at his next public appearance on Barbados following his recent racism row, says the Daily Star Sunday.

The Independent On Sunday leads with free schools and reports a head teachers' union has said pupils 'learnt nothing all term'.

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