UK & World News
Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: The Daily Telegraph
David Cameron has raised the prospect of Britain joining American airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
:: The Guardian
The paper also leads on the anti-terror measures unveiled by the Prime Minister but says he was forced to shelve key proposals amid legal uncertainty.
:: Daily Express
Border guards and police will get new powers to seize passports from suspected jihadists trying to return to the UK.
:: The Times
Scotland is within touching distance of independence, according to a poll it has commissioned.
:: Daily Mirror
Ashya King's parents are in a Spanish jail while their cancer-stricken five-year-old son lies alone in hospital.
:: Daily Mail
Ashya's parents have been locked up for a further 72 hours pending a decision on their extradition back to Britain.
:: The Independent
One of Islam's most revered holy sites - the tomb of the Prophet Mohammed - could be destroyed and his body removed to an anonymous grave under Saudi plans.
:: Daily Star
Model Kelly Brook is one of the many female celebrities hit by a sex tape leak.
:: The Sun
Film star Jennifer Lawrence is among those who have blasted hackers who stole their naked "selfies" and leaked them online.
Apple is under pressure to improve its security after the alleged hacking.
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