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  • 19 June 2014, 7:44

Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Independent

The US has told senior Iraqi officials that their PM must step down before it intervenes militarily to stop ISIS

:: The Daily Telegraph

Vince Cable has warned an early rise in interest rates could put the economic recovery in jeopardy

:: The Guardian

Ed Miliband is to set out Labour's plans for cuts to the welfare system

:: The Times

Pressure is mounting on MrMiliband after polls indicated most voters believe he is not up to becoming PM

:: Daily Express

A cure for dementia could be a reality by 2025 and Britain is leading the way to find it

:: Daily Mail

An African warlord guilty of crimes against humanity is suing Britain for denying him his right to a family life

:: Daily Mirror

The number of Britons living in poverty has soared to one in three

:: Financial Times

The Fed delivered an upbeat statement on the health of the US economy that made no mention of signs of higher inflation

:: Metro

Police say a student stabbed to death in a park may have been murdered for being a Muslim

:: The Sun

It is time for England footballers to 'bite back' in the World Cup against Uruguay

:: Daily Star

England fans have been accused of plotting to sabotage the Uruguay team

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night's reviewers are the Sunday People's political editor Nigel Nelson and journalist Christina Patterson.

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