UK & World News

  • 21 August 2014, 6:17

Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Independent

As the Western world considers its response to the death of US journalist James Foley, the newspaper asks: "Where do we go from here?"

:: Daily Express, The Sun

The man who killed Mr Foley is believed to be a Briton who calls himself "John".

:: Daily Star, i

The newspaper reports that the man is "being hunted by the SAS, MI5 and MI6".

:: The Guardian

The jihadist who killed Mr Foley is believed to be the leader of a group of British fighters holding foreign hostages in Syria.

:: Daily Telegraph

Prime Minister David Cameron has called for "patience" in tackling the problem of British jihadists who have travelled to fight in Iraq and Syria.

:: Daily Mirror, The Times

The newspaper says the man who killed Mr Foley is "well-educated, intelligent and possibly from the East End of London".

:: Financial Times

The Bank of England has moved closer to ending the era of ultra-low borrowing costs.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night's reviewers are PR consultant George Pascoe-Watson and the deputy director of Civitas, Anastasia de Waal.

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