UK & World News
Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
"Avoidable" asthma deaths, a predicted rise in ethnic minorities in the UK and a potential heatwave are among the stories on the front pages.
A national review has found asthma sufferers are dying needlessly because of failings by GPs and health services, says The Daily Telegraph.
The Times has the same story, saying the review found two thirds of fatalities investigated could have been avoided.
Experts say millions of Britons should be taking a superpill that will add years to their lives, reports the Daily Express.
One in seven hospital beds is occupied by someone with diabetes - pushing the NHS bill to a record £10bn a year for treating the condition, claims the Daily Mail.
The Guardian says a letter from a Conservative minister has revealed jobseekers face losing their benefits for three months or more if they refuse to take zero-hours contract roles.
Sixty vomiting children from a Welsh choir had to be treated on the runway after they "went down like ninepins" on a flight home, says the Metro.
The Sun leads with a new report that almost a third of the population of England and Wales will be non-white by 2051.
AstraZeneca has urged David Cameron not to give ammunition to Pfizer's £63bn takeover approach as the UK group prepares to step up its defence by trumpeting a range of drugs under development, reports The Financial Times.
Britain is heading for its first heatwave of the year as temperatures soar to 82F, claims the Daily Mirror.
A top public prosecutor has called for the overhauling of rape trials and says judges must stop jurors believing "myths" about victims' sexual history, reports the i newspaper.
The Daily Star claims Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is facing a desperate battle to save his marriage and his £30m fortune.
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