UK & World News

  • 24 July 2014, 8:05

Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Star, The Sun

An inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof has found the mother-of-two hid heroin in a sweetie box.

:: Daily Mirror

PeachesGeldof's son Phaedra was left alone in a room for 17 hours after his mother died, the inquest found.

:: Daily Mail

The newspaper reports on criticism of two former Scotland Yard chiefs who have angered frontline officers by opposing full-life prison terms for "police killers".

:: Financial Times

Mark Carney has "sent the strongest signal yet that the Bank of England is preparing to raise interest rates".

:: i newspaper

The UN has launched an investigation into whether Israel has violated international human rights laws during the conflict in Gaza.

:: Daily Telegraph

The official economic forecaster has suggested the 40% tax band will become the "norm" for millions of middle class people.

:: The Guardian

Three leading supermarkets have launched investigations into their chicken supplies after fears were raised over hygiene failures.

:: The Times

Prime Minister David Cameron is under growing pressure to impose financial sanctions on Russian oligarchs with British assets.

:: Daily Express

The newspaper reports that a single jab could help fight crippling arthritis.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday's reviewers are Labour politician Dame Tessa Jowell MP, and The Sun on Sunday's political editor David Wooding.

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