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Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages

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Abu Hamza, foreign doctors lacking the skills to work in the NHS and Peaches Geldof all feature on the front of Friday's papers.

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N Korea Escalates Kim Jong-Un Hair Poster Row

North Korean diplomats have asked the British government to step in after a London hairdresser used an image of the secretive regime's leader in a promotion for cheaper hair cuts.

M26 Pile-Up: Lorry Driver Held After Two Killed

A 45-year-old lorry driver has been arrested after two people died in a pile-up involving five vehicles on the M26.

Boy, 14, Charged With Raping 10-Year-Old Girl

A 14-year-old boy is due to appear in court charged with raping a 10-year-old girl.

South West Hoping For Easter Tourism Boost

The tourism industry in the South West of England is hoping a successful Easter weekend will prove a much needed boost.

Axelrod Role Is 'Seriously Bad News For Tories'

The man credited with masterminding Barack Obama's back-to-back presidential victories will play a key role in Ed Miliband's General Election campaign.

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David Cameron Stung By Jellyfish In Lanzarote

David Cameron has reportedly been stung by a jellyfish while swimming in the sea at a Lanzarote holiday resort.

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House Price Increases Create 'Generation Rent'

The booming housing market is causing a generation of young people to become increasingly pessimistic about their chances of getting on the property ladder, according to a new study.

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Detectives Launch Manhunt After Essex Murder

Police have launched a murder hunt after a man died from stab wounds he suffered when he was attacked in Essex.

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Orangutan Breathes Easy After UK First Surgery

A team of vets and doctors from around the world have performed pioneering surgery on a 29-year-old orangutan at Chester Zoo.

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Woman Burned In Doorstep Cleaning Fluid Attack

Six people have been arrested after a woman suffered serious burns when she had a caustic liquid thrown in her face while answering the door.

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MP Lucas Cleared Of Fracking Protest Charges

Green Party MP Caroline Lucas has been cleared of public order offences after taking part in anti-fracking protests.

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