UK & World News

  • 8 July 2014, 6:17

Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Telegraph

Passengers who arrive at airport security without having their mobile phones charged will not be able to board planes to the US.

:: Daily Express

A blood test could be available within two years which will be a "major step forward" in the fight against Alzheimer's.

:: The Guardian, The Times, i

Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that two inquiries will be set up into allegations of child sex abuse in Westminster.

:: The Independent

A successful "Yes" vote would be more damaging to the UK than the 2008 banking crisis, AlistairDarling has claimed.

:: Daily Mail

The Home Office gave 476,250 over a decade to two organisations connected to the Paedophile Information Exchange, according to the newspaper.

:: Financial Times

The European Central Bank is under growing pressure to take action to rein in the strength of the euro.

:: The Sun

The newspaper reports on its breast cancer awareness campaign.

:: Daily Star

The newspaper carries a front-page report about Big Brother.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tuesday night's guest reviewers are Labour commentator and councillor Rowenna Davis, and The Sun's political editor Tom Newton Dunn.

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