Thursday’s National Newspaper Front Pages

THURSDAY’S TOP STORIES

:: Daily Star, Metro

The stepbrother of Bristol teen Becky Watts has been charged with her murder.

:: Daily Mail

Islamic State extremists, masquerading as policemen, are cold-calling UK pensioners and conning them into handing over their savings, police have revealed.

:: The Daily Telegraph

Giving teenagers more information on drugs could be counter-productive, the Government’s advisory board on drugs has warned the Home Secretary.

:: The Guardian

The chair of the BBC Trust says she believes it is time for an external regulator to oversee the BBC following several financial and editorial management failures.

:: Daily Express

A new study suggests that taking statins could increase your risk of developing diabetes by 46%.

:: Financial Times

The Bank of England risks becoming embroiled in a fraud investigation over the potential rigging of money-market auctions launched at the start of the financial crisis.

More follows …

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night’s reviewers will includePR consultant and former political editor of The Sun GeorgePascoe-Watson and deputy director of think tankCivitasAnastasia De Waal.

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4 March 2015 | 10:59 pm – Source: orange.co.uk

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