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  • 14 August 2014, 8:42

Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Times

British special forces are in Iraq as London and Washington prepare to launch a high-risk operation to save up to 30,000 refugees trapped by jihadists.

:: Daily Telegraph

The SAS are already operating with US troops in Iraq and could have been there for the last six weeks.

:: Financial Times

Forecasts for wage growth being halved have led markets to bet on a first rate rise in 2015.

:: Daily Express

Savers are to be given a helping hand to track down up to 3bn in unclaimed pensions.

:: Daily Star

Simon Cowell was impressed by a singer at the latest X Factor audition.

:: The Guardian

Less than a third of people with common mental health problems get any treatment at all - a situation the nation would not tolerate if they had cancer, according to the incoming president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

:: Daily Mail

Teenagers were warned to expect a shock when they get their A-level results today after a crackdown on resits.

:: The Sun

Rolf Harris has been drawing cartoons to curry favour with fellow prisoners.

:: The Metro, Daily Mirror

A pilot lost control of his plane when his false arm fell off - but kept his nerve to land safely.

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