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Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
Gerry Adams' arrest, the ongoing row over the Royal Mail sell-off and the search for Madeleine McCann are among the stories on the front pages of Thursday's newspapers.
Sinn Fein president Mr Adams has been detained by Northern Ireland police in connection with the murder of a woman in 1972, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Daily Mail says Mr Adams was arrested over the death of mother-of-10 Jean McConville.
The i newspaper says Ms McConville was kidnapped in front of her children in Belfast.
GPs' leaders claim hundreds of thousands of patients face losing their family doctor in a "catastrophic meltdown" caused by funding reforms, reports The Times.
The number of workers on zero-hours contracts has almost tripled to 1.4 million since last year's estimate, reports The Guardian.
The Sun carries an interview with Madeleine McCann's mother Kate. She says she just wants to know if her daughter is alive or dead.
The investment arm of the Government's independent adviser on the Royal Mail privatisation made £8m profit selling shares in the company in the first week of trading, says the FT.
The Independent claims pressure on the Government over the Royal Mail sell-off is intensifying.
A new Brussels tax that threatens to "ravage" pensions has been given the green light by European Union judges, reports the Daily Express.
The Daily Mirror claims TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been caught on camera using a racist rhyme.
And health experts say a scratch could soon prove to be deadly because doctors are rapidly running out of medicines to treat infections, reports Metro.
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