UK & World News

  • 24 June 2014, 6:12

Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Guardian

Three Al Jazeera journalists have been jailed for seven years after being found guilty of aiding terrorism

:: The Times

Two Britons who appeared in a jihadist video are members of the fastest growing branch of Islam in the UK

:: The Daily Telegraph

Revenue collected by the Government through inheritance tax and stamp duty will exceed revenue collected through taxes on alcohol and cigarettes within two years

:: i

European leaders have attacked David Cameron as he pledges to fight until the end against Jean-Claude Juncker getting the EU's top job

:: The Independent

A mis-selling scandal could derail the Government's aim of returning all of Lloyds Banking Group to private ownership

:: Daily Express

A Freedom of Information request reveals the European Union has forced the UK to make more than 150 changes to laws

:: Daily Mail

Patients are being struck off by their GPs because they can no longer cope with spiralling numbers amid a recruitment crisis

:: The Sun

A headteacher has taken time off from work to go and watch the World Cup in Brazil, the paper claims

:: Daily Mirror

The son of an elderly dementia sufferer uncovered her abuse at the hands of three carers after setting up a secret camera

:: Financial Times

Labour is planning to reduce the role of big outsourcing companies in delivering the government's "back-to-work" programme if the party wins the next election

:: Daily Star

The latest on who is going into the Big Brother house

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tuesday's reviewers are Tom Newton-Dunn, Political Editor of The Sun, and Rowenna Davis, a Labour commentator and councillor.

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