UK & World News
Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
A fall in serious violent crime in the UK, the probe into the disappearance of flight MH370 and the sacking of David Moyes as Manchester United manager all feature on the front pages of Wednesday's newspapers.
The Daily Telegraph leads on the comments of Attorney General Dominic Grieve, who tells the paper a deep intolerance of religious extremists of all faiths is stopping worshippers from declaring their beliefs.
The Financial Times leads with a story on the deals frenzy gripping the pharmaceuticals industry, and also pictures sacked Manchester United manager David Moyes and details the financial repercussions of the club's failure to qualify for the Champions League.
A fall in binge-drinking has triggered a historic fall in serious violent crime, writes The Times.
Border guards have been banned from asking EU nationals how long they intend to stay in the UK, according to the Daily Mail.
A warning from the Business Secretary Vince Cable that businesses must cut bonuses or risk losing public trust is the lead story in The Guardian.
The Daily Express has a story on missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and claims investigators are exploring the possibility that the plane landed or crashed at a remote location.
The Sun leads on the sacking of David Moyes as Manchester United manager, while the Daily Star has a story on his interim replacement Ryan Giggs.
Labour is preparing for a dirty war against the Tory spin machine in the run-up to next year's general election, writes The Independent and its sister paper, i.
The Daily Mirror leads with a story on the NHS.