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Sri Lanka travel warning and Huawei leak probe lead the papers

The latest developments in the Huawei probe make the front of some newspapers. Credit: PA/Twitter

A range of stories lead Friday’s front pages.

The Prime Minister has ordered a formal inquiry into leaks on Huawei from the National Security Council, while Cabinet ministers Jeremy Hunt and Gavin Williamson publicly denied they were behind it, the Daily Telegraph reports.

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Whitehall’s most powerful official sent those present at the meeting an ultimatum to confess or deny if they were responsible, The Guardian reports.

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The Metro leads with the Foreign Secretary’s warning of more terror attacks in Sri Lanka.

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The latest crime figures show there is a knife attack every 12 minutes in Britain, The Independent reports.

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Children could be banned from school unless they have had a measles vaccine, the Daily Mirror reports.

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The Daily Mail leads with a row between Sir Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie.

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Fee-paying schools are saving taxpayers more than £20 billion a year, their head teachers have claimed in comments reported by The Times.

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A mother is being forced to battle in court for power over her two children from her jailed paedophile ex-husband, the Daily Express says.

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The Financial Times reports on the collapse of merger talks between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank.

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