UK & World News

  • 3 July 2014, 7:31

Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Independent

An inquiry is under way after "highly sensitive and confidential information" about a secret British Army unit was reportedly lost by a BBC investigative team.

:: Daily Express

Pensioners' incomes have risen by some £1,000 a year as many older people see their financial situations improve.

:: Daily Star

The newspaper reports on the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

:: The Daily Telegraph

Age discrimination within the NHS is causing elderly people to be denied life-saving operations.

:: Daily Mirror

A 20-year-old British jihadist†has warned the UK that citizens should "be afraid" after he posted a photograph online showing homemade bombs.

:: The Guardian

Private healthcare firms in Britain have expressed interest in securing a 10-year contract to provide cancer care in Staffordshire.

:: Financial Times

New research has revealed that curbs on highly-skilled migrants have shrunk the pool of international talent available to British businesses.

:: Daily Mail

A dossier detailing alleged sex abuse claims by paedophiles within Westminster has "gone missing".

:: The Times

David Cameron has received the support of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party for his plan to limit British funding for migrants' families overseas.

: i newspaper

A charity has claimed that privately educated children earn an estimated 38% more each year than state school students.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night's guest reviewers are the journalist and filmmaker Jenny Kleeman and the managing editor of The Sun, Stig Abell.

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