UK & World News
Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: The Guardian
Barack Obama and David Cameron have vowed to put together a coalition at the Nato summit to destroy Islamic State in Iraq.
:: The Times
The two leaders are seeking to ready the public for wider military action against IS.
:: The Sun
The paper names the British hostage who is threatened with death by IS and says drones and the SAS should be deployed to rescue him.
:: The Daily Mail
Desperate efforts were under way to save the life of the hostage.
:: The i
The UK will not pay a ransom for the Briton.
:: The Independent
It asks if US President Barack Obama can rise to the challenge as he faces crises in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine.
:: The Daily Star
The paper has an image of a baby holding a rifle posted by a woman who left Britain to join IS fighters.
:: The Daily Telegraph
Britain would be plunged into a "currency crisis" if Scotland votes for independence.
:: Daily Mirror
Ashya King, the five-year-old boy who has a brain tumour, has been reunited with his parents who said he had "lost his spirit for life".
:: Financial Times
The FTSE 100 share index hit a 14-year high despite geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East.
:: Daily Express
High-wattage kettles, toasters and lawnmowers could be targeted by new EU rules.
:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night's reviewers will be LBC presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer and Barnie Choudhury, director of communications at the University of East London.