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Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
Most national newspapers are leading with the hacking trial verdicts.
:: The Daily Telegraph
Former chief executive of News International, Rebekah Brooks, has walked free after one of the most expensive prosecutions and most lengthy police inquiries in criminal history.
:: The Sun
It's a great day for red tops as ex-Sun Editor Rebekah Brooks is cleared.
:: The Independent
The hacking trial has exposed the extent of illegal phone hacking in the Murdoch empire.
Rebekah Brooks and five others cleared of all charges in the hacking trial. David Cameron is forced to apologise for employing former spin doctor Andy Coulson.
:: The Financial Times
The verdicts mark a victory for Rupert Murdoch which will come at a price.
:: The Daily Mail
Questions have been raised over the Prime Minister's judgement as his former spin doctor faces jail for phone hacking.
:: The Daily Mirror
Sue Bramley, 45, describes living in a house where two murdered OAPs were buried under the lawn where her children played.
:: The Daily Star
Britain will be overrun with billions of fleas this summer, experts have warned.
:: The Daily Express
Scientists say painkillers taken every day could help slow the ageing process and fight a number of chronic diseases.
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