UK & World News
Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
An arrest in the search for Claudia Lawrence, a court ruling over internet privacy and a stealth tax rate are among the stories on the front pages.
More than 500,000 middle-class professionals are paying an income tax rate of 60% as a result of a policy introduced by the last Labour government, claims The Daily Telegraph.
The Daily Express says what it calls workshy households were paid the equivalent of £85,000 a year during Britain's benefits bonanza.
The Daily Star reports on the arrest of a man on suspicion of murdering missing university chef Miss Lawrence, who vanished without a trace five years ago.
The Daily Mirror says police have been digging up the garden of the suspect.
The i newspaper reports forensic teams investigating the chef's disappearance have searched two properties and a car.
A paedophile who groomed hundreds of children on Facebook and is described as "every parent's nightmare" has escaped being sent to jail, claims the Daily Mail.
A former deputy leader of UKIP says the party faces a "cash-for-Euro-seats" scandal after forcing MEPs to donate large sums and threatening to bar those who refused from standing again, reports The Times.
Allegations that British troops were responsible for a series of war crimes after the invasion of Iraq are to be examined by the International Criminal Court at The Hague, says The Guardian.
TV star Caroline Aherne feared she would die during a secret five-month fight with lung cancer, claims The Sun.
US internet groups, including Google, are braced for many requests from Europeans demanding sensitive personal information be removed from search results after a court ruling, reports the Financial Times.
Metro has the same story, saying Google has been told to "rewrite history" by deleting web links which might upset or embarrass anyone.
The European Court of Justice has struck a major blow against the right of internet companies to hold unlimited information on individuals, reports The Independent.
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