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Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Tuesday's national newspapers.
:: The Daily Telegraph
Labour has suspended 50 members it accuses of anti-Semitic and racist comments amid the worsening crisis engulfing the party.
:: Metro, The i, The Sun
Leicester City have pulled off one of the biggest sporting upsets in history by winning the Premier League - having been given odds of 5000-1 at the start of the season.
:: The Times
David Cameron is put an attempt to curb Islamic extremism at the heart of the Government's Queen's Speech
:: Daily Mirror
Midlife health checks have been proved to be "almost useless" and cost taxpayers £450m a year
:: The New Day
A Briton is battling the Zika virus after catching the disease while working on a maternity ward in Brazil
:: Financial Times
A surge in investment in artificial intelligence is giving the US a lead in the race to dominate the robots market.
:: Daily Mail
Dozens of ministers and officials are cashing in on their time in office by picking up lucrative jobs in the private sector after they leave.
:: The Guardian
The British government is using "clandestine propaganda" to change the attitude and behaviour of young British Muslims as part of a counter-radicalisation programme.
:: Daily Express
Savers are ignoring the potential risk posed by the EU referendum and paying money into their pensions in the run up to 23 June

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