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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
MILLIONS of desperate arthritis sufferers are topping up their prescription drugs with over-thecounter pills to combat the agony. Doctors say up to half of the 10 million sufferers in the UK have days when they fail to cope with their pain and warn...

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: Front Page: SHARKS WHO BLED BHS DRY
CITY fat cats have carved fortunes out of failed retailer BHS while leaving its workers in the lurch, it emerged last night. Sir Philip Green pocketed £400million from the 164-store chain before presiding over its decline and selling it for just...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: Front Page: Leics ace blade hell

INCHES FROM DEATH: Gray LEICESTER star Demarai Gray narrowly escaped losing his head when a steward saved him from a helicopter’s whirring blades.

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016

A “HERO” commando died after collapsing just three miles from the finishing line of the London Marathon. Captain David Seath, who had served in Afghanistan, suffered a suspected cardiac arrest near the end of yesterday’s race, which s aw around 3 8 ,0...

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: Front Page: BMA: It’s not doctors’ fault if people die
JUNIOR doctors have been told by union leaders that they cannot be held responsible for any lives lost as a result of today’s all-out strike and should ignore pleas to return to work. A letter from the British Medical Association (BMA) to all junior...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: FRONT PAGE: Revealed: the £25m payout to BHS bosses
The owners of BHS received payments of £25m from the department store chain in the 13 months between buying the business and it collapsing into administration yesterday, the Guardian has learned. Almost 11,000 jobs are at risk after BHS called in...

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: NEWS: Justice at last for the families of the 96?
There was a calm before the storm on Monday at the anonymous courtroom building where, quietly and without ceremony, the inquests into the 96 victims of football’s Hillsborough disaster have been taking place these past two years. Barriers were being...

The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 26 April 2016
4/26/2016: Front Page: BHS on brink but staff safe for now

High Street giant BHS has gone into administration, putting 11,000 jobs at risk. The chain has failed to find a buyer and talks to secure a last-minute emergency loan have collapsed. It will continue to trade while administrators seek a new owner....

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