UK & World News

  • 9 July 2014, 7:47

Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Financial Times

The proportion of shares earmarked for short selling is at its lowest level since before the financial crisis

:: Daily Telegraph

The cost of clothing and consumer goods fell last month due to the growing popularity of discount stores

:: The Guardian

The brother-in-law of a senior Tory MP has reportedly donated £816,000 to the Conservative Party

:: The Times

More than 1,600 people - including pop stars, doctors and QCs - tried to shelter £1.2bn through one of Britain's most aggressive tax avoidance schemes

:: The Independent

UK authorities have been accused of being complicit in the torture of a British citizen in an African prison

:: i newspaper

A campaign group is calling upon the Government to allow taxpayers' money to be spent in the cities where it is raised

:: Daily Mail

Rigorous anti-terror checks which have been introduced for passengers flying to the US will be extended to cover other destinations around the world

:: Daily Express

Official figures show that Britons are "losing out" to foreign workers in competition for low-paid jobs

:: Daily Mirror

Kate McCann told a court in Portugal how her son knew about claims that she had hidden the body of her daughter Madeleine

:: The Sun

The newspaper reports on two British schoolgirls who "ran away" to Syria

:: Daily Star

The newspaper reports on the pop star Miley Cyrus

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Wednesday night's reviewers are LBC presenter Iain Dale and former home secretary Jacqui Smith.

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