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  • 26 August 2014, 8:44

Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Mirror

William Pooley, the first Briton to contract the ebola virus, is confident he will survive, according to one of the nurse's friends

:: Daily Mail

Experts say people will return to storing money under their mattresses if HMRC is given powers to collect unpaid tax from bank accounts

:: The Guardian

A former MI6 chief has warned against a rush to toughen up terror laws in the face of an "unproven threat" from homegrown militants

:: Daily Telegraph

A key job at the European Commission will not go to Britain unless David Cameron replaces the male candidate with a woman

:: Daily Express

Britain will step up threats to quit the EUin a significant toughening up of the Prime Minister's stance on Europe

:: Financial Times

French president Francois Hollande has dissolved his government amid a cabinet revolt over his austerity policies

:: Daily Star

The paper carries a story about Big Brother

:: The Sun

A surrogate mother has kept one of the twin babies born to her after the intended mother rejected the child because he is disabled

:: The Independent

An investigation has been launched into a controversial IVF technique that produced the first "three-parent" embryos

:: The Times

The huge scale of fraud in Britain is being disguised because millions of crimes are left out of official figures

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tuesday night's reviewers are The Times columnist Matthew Syedand journalist and writer Eva Simpson.

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