UK & World News

  • 11 June 2014, 6:11

Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages


:: The Daily Telegraph, Daily Express

Doctors warn that over 50s may be risking their health by following new NHS guidance on statins.

:: Daily Mirror, Financial Times

Ofgem has written to the Big Six energy suppliers to seek clarification about prices for customers.

:: The Guardian

Slaves working under threat of violence are being used in Asia to supply seafood to retailers in Britain.

:: The Times

London Mayor Boris Johnson has bought Britain's first mainland police water cannon.

:: Daily Mail

Passport staff are struggling to clear a backlog of half a million passport applications.

:: Daily Star

Three football fans managed to "trick their way" into the hotel where England's players are staying ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.

:: The Sun

The former Spice Girl Mel B is set to be confirmed as the fourth X Factor judge after signing a deal with £1m.

:: The Independent

Islamic militants have taken control of the Iraqi city of Mosul, marking a major defeat for the fledgling government.

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