Newspaper headlines: ‘Cuffed, drugged and stuffed in a bag’ – BBC … – BBC News

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The Sun leads on the kidnapping of British model Chloe Ayling who was abducted by masked men. She said she feared for her life “second by second”.

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The story also appears on the front of the Metro, which carries the headline: “I woke up cuffed in bag”. She said: “I’ve been through a terrifying experience.”

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The Daily Mirror also features the story on its front page along with its main headline, which says the driver of the car in which Princess Diana died alleges some police officers in the UK believe she was murdered.

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The Times says there are record levels of violence and abuse against vulnerable patients at mental health trusts. It says most of the serious incidents relate to quality of treatment and patient safety.

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Civil servants have been accused of trying to “ram through” a £36bn Brexit divorce bill while most of the cabinet is away on holiday, the Daily Telegraph says. It says senior ministers are being kept “out of the loop”.

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The Daily Express leads on the same story, saying MPs have vowed to reject the “outrageous” Brussels exit bill. It says there is a threat of a “major rebellion” by MPs.

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The i newspaper also leads on Brexit, saying new regulations and “red tape” will increase the cost and complexity of visiting the continent after the UK leaves the European Union.

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Cuts to IVF treatments in some areas in England have created a “postcode lottery”, according to the Guardian. It says 13 NHS areas have restricted or completely halted IVF treatment for women struggling to conceive.

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The Daily Mail, meanwhile, says social care is in “such crisis” that four in 10 homes fail inspections. It says 70,000 vulnerable residents and patients are at risk.

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And finally, the Financial Times reports that financial institutions have paid more than $150bn in fines in the US in the last 10 years since the beginning of the global financial crisis.

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