UK & World News
Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
The death of fundraiser Stephen Sutton, a warning about fruit juice and a predicted heat wave are among the stories on the front pages.
The Daily Mirror reports the 19-year-old raised more than £3m for charity during his fight against bowel cancer.
The Sun says in his last interview with the paper Stephen said: "You only get one shot at life. I need to make every second count."
His mother Jane Sutton says her son "will never be forgotten" and "his spirit will live on", reports Metro.
New guidelines say a single glass of fruit juice a day is the most anyone should drink as a report warns families are consuming unsafe levels of sugar, claims The Daily Telegraph.
The Times reports two of its journalists escaped over the Syrian border after being double-crossed, kidnapped, beaten and shot by a rebel gang in the north of the country.
Bosses at British drug company AstraZeneca will pocket up to £60m if it is taken over by US firm Pfizer, according to the Daily Mail.
The Daily Express says summer is about to arrive with temperatures set to hit 81F†(27C) in the UK within days.
The Daily Star says temperatures could reach 77F (25C), which it says is hotter than Corfu.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has quashed speculation of an early interest rate rise, says the i newspaper.
Qatar has promised to scrap key elements of its controversial labour laws in response to an international outcry over conditions for migrant workers before the 2022 World Cup, claims The Guardian.
China has accused GlaxoSmithKline of earning billions of yuan in "illegal revenues" through a programme of "massive and systemic bribery", claims the Financial Times.
The numbers of Romanians and Bulgarians working in Britain have fallen since visa restrictions were scrapped in January, confounding predictions the move would trigger a surge in new arrivals, says The Independent.
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