UK & World News

  • 18 June 2014, 6:42

Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

The Papers' Top Stories

:: The Daily Telegraph

More than a million people with a common heart condition have been told not to take asprin to guard against stroke, in a reversal of previous NHS advice.

:: Daily Express

Up to £500m a year spent by the NHS on treating migrants is to be clawed back in a new crackdown on welfare tourism.

:: The Sun

The Sun leads with allegations about Katie Price's personal life.

:: Daily Mirror

The Daily Mirror leads with claims by a member of the security services that they are monitoring the social-media and internet habits of British citizens.

:: Daily Mail Cosmetic surgery should no longer be available on the NHS, according to quotes in the Daily Mail from Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

:: Daily Star

The Daily Star leads with allegations about the private life of Gary Lineker.

:: Financial Times

The structure and so-called success of Islamist militants ISIS has been organised with a level of precision often reserved for company accounts, according to the FT.

:: The Independent

The Independent leads with claims that millions of Britons are living in homes too small for them because of a lack of new homes being built.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Wednesday night's reviewers are writer Natasha Devon and comedian Iain Royce.

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