Thursday’s National Newspaper Front Pages – Sky News
THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES
:: Financial Times, Daily Mail
The number of EU nationals working in Britain has climbed to a record 2.1 million.
:: The SunÂ
Four out of five jobs in Britain have been taken by people from outside the UK over the past year.
:: Metro, i
Months of deadlock over new junior doctors’ contracts have ended with a deal agreed between their union and the Government.
:: The Daily Telegraph
One of the Bank of England’s most senior officials has admitted that pensions are so complex even he can’t make “the remotest sense” of them.
:: Daily Express
Employment is rising far faster among migrants than British-born workers.
:: The Guardian
Drug companies could foot the bill for the development of new antibiotics under a plan to end the scourge of anti-microbial resistance.
:: Daily Mirror
Health chiefs have warned that the Zika virus will spread to the Mediterranean this summer.
:: The Times
Britons will have a legal right to fast broadband under plans to bring rural areas and unconnected households into the 21st century.
:: Daily Star
The newspaper has a front page story about a Premier League football player.
:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night’s reviewers will the Daily Mail’s Isabel Oakeshott, and The Observer’s Sonia Sodha.