UK & World News

  • 30 July 2014, 5:37

Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror

The Government's chief scientist warns the Ebola outbreak in Africa could reach the UK.

:: Financial Times

Russia faces new sanctions - the toughest since the Cold War - as the EU acts of the shooting down of MH17.

:: Daily Express

New research finds that eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day cuts the risk of an early death.

:: The Guardian

Migrant workers are paid just 45p an hour to build stadium in Qatar for World Cup in 2022.

:: Independent

Fresh airstrikes in Gaza lead to the deaths of 100 Palestinians.

:: the i newspaper

Conservative education proposals could see university tuition fees rise above the 9,000 barrier.

:: Daily Mail

Funding tax credits for migrant workers is costing Britain 5bn a year.

:: The Times

Candidates are turning down the chance to become the new head of the BBC Trust.

:: Daily Star

The Only Way Is Essex star Lauren Goodger talks about her sex life.

:: The Sun

Overweight doctors and nurses will be asked to slim down to set an example on beating obesity.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Reviewing Thursday's papers will be journalist Christina Patterson and University of East London communications director Barnie Choudhury.

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