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  • 6 August 2014, 8:04

Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Daily Telegraph

Genetically modified crops could be on British dining tables by the end of the decade as the first field trial of plants containing Omega 3 are about to be harvested, according to the paper.

:: The Independent

David Cameron was facing mutiny among senior Tory MPs last night as they lined up to condemn his handling of the Gaza crisis, following the resignation of top Tory Baroness Warsi from the Cabinet.

:: The Times

Tory War Over Gaza is the headline in The Times, also leading with the fallout from the resignation of Baroness Warsi.

:: The Guardian

Taking a single dose of aspirin when in middle age could save thousands of lives by cutting the risk of cancer, according to the Guardian.

:: Financial Times The Financial Times reports the institutional investor BlackRock has given a warning about the quality of initial public offerings in Europe.

:: Daily Mail

Six out of 10 supermarkets are selling chickens with "poisonous bugs" but food watchdogs are apparently refusing to name which supermarkets.

:: The Sun

A teacher at a top private school has been arrested after trying to run away with a teenage girl, says The Sun.

:: Daily Express

The paper leads with claims Britain's households can expect another round of energy prices rises.

:: Daily Mirror

The paper leads with the hoax bomb threat involving a Qatar airways plane en route to Manchester airport.

:: Daily Star

The paper leads with claims about a woman who allegedly smoked 200 worth of heroin while she was pregnant.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News at 10.30pm and 11.30pm - on Tuesday the preview team will be David Wooding, associate political editor at The Sun, and PR consultant George Pascoe-Watson.

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