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