The chief constable of South Yorkshire police was forced out of his job yesterday following a wave of public anger about the way his officers conducted themselves during the inquest into the deaths of the 96 people who lost their lives at Hillsborough, says The Guardian.

Elsewhere, patients have been warned to stay away from hospital until next week as the end of the junior doctors' strike threatens to deluge accident and emergency units.

The Daily Express reports that first drug to stop alzheimer's in its tracks could be available within five years after a major breakthrough.
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DISGRACED POLICE CHIEF MAY NEVER FACE ACTION

A chief constable accused of covering up police failures after the Hillsborough disaster could escape disciplinary action despite being suspended from duty yesterday.

OSBORNE 'PUTS TAX BEFORE GAMBLING VICTIMS'

George Osborne has been accused of blocking a review into betting machines known as "the crack cocaine of gambling" because of the tax revenue they generate.

A&E BRACED FOR BANK HOLIDAY CHAOS AMID STRIKE BACKLOG

Patients have been warned to stay away from hospital until next week as the end of the junior doctors' strike threatens to deluge accident and emergency units.

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POLICE CHIEF OUSTED OVER HILLSBOROUGH

The chief constable of South Yorkshire police was forced out of his job yesterday following a wave of public anger about the way his officers conducted themselves during the inquest into the deaths of the 96 people who lost their lives at Hillsborough.

CAMERON AND EX-UNION CHIEF JOIN FORCES ON EU

David Cameron today joins forces with the former TUC general secretary Brendan Barber to issue a warning to Britain's workers that breaking away from the European Union would pose a "triple threat" to jobs, wages and prices.

TRUMP'S BIG IDEA: 'I'LL SAVE HUMANITY ITSELF'

Donald Trump warned America's allies last night that they would be left to defend themselves if they did not "pay their fair share" and vowed to put US security "above all else" if he is elected president in November.

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RAP FOR 'TOO WHITE' NURSERY

Inspectors downgraded a children's nursery from "outstanding" for being too white and British.

JEZ 'TONED DOWN JEWISH APOLOGY'

Jeremy Corbyn made a humiliating U-turn yesterday as he was forced to suspend the MP at the centre of an anti-Semitism storm.

HARRY: I WEAR GIRLS' STOCKINGS

Prince Harry yesterday admitted his fondness for wearing women's tights - calling them "fantastic".

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REVEALED: UK BORDER MELTDOWN

Britain's borders were left exposed to terrorists last year after a Home Office computer system which screens passengers crashed twice in 48 hours, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.

CORBYN FACES ANTI-SEMITISM TURMOIL

A Labour MP at the centre of a row about anti-Jewish remarks has admitted that Jeremy Corbyn's party has a growing problem with anti-Semitism.

POLICE CHIEF SUSPENDED OVER HILLSBOROUGH LIES

The chief constable of South Yorkshire Police was suspended yesterday over his force's lies that drunk fans caused the Hillsborough disaster.
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GIRL DIES AFTER SURGERY BY TORCHLIGHT

Doctors had to operate on a dying child in her hospital bed by torchlight because no staff were available to open a theatre.

11-YEAR-OLDS ARE TARGETED IN NET REVENGE PORN ATTACKS

Children aged 11 have been victims of internet revenge porn.

DOCS 'SHOULD URGE SMOKERS TO USE E-CIGS'

Medics today give e-cigarettes their seal of approval in a major study that says the devices should be "widely" promoted to help millions of people quit smoking.

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HOSPITALS BRACED FOR 5 DAYS OF A&E CHAOS

Casualty units are braced for a five-day onslaught from the sick in the wake of the doctors' strike.

UNION REFORMS WATERED DOWN 'TO KEEP THEM ONSIDE OVER EU'

Ministers caved in over key union reforms last night after a warning that officials could withdraw cash and support for the Government's campaign to keep Britain in the EU.

SO WHO IS IN THE NEW AB FAB FILM? ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE, DAHLING!

If you're in fashion, sweetie darling, you know everyone.

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FED CONCERNS EASE OVER STATE OF GLOBAL ECONOMY

The Federal Reserve yesterday signalled that its concerns over global economic and financial hazards had eased since its meeting in March, leaving the door open to an increase in interest rates this year.

TRUMP PLEDGES TO 'SHAKE THE RUST' OFF US FOREIGN POLICY

Donald trump has promised to "shake the rust off America's foreign policy" in a carefully prepared speech aimed at reassuring a Washington foreign policy establishment alarmed by his populist campaign.

UCL BORROWS RECORD £280M FROM EU BANK TO BUILD CAMPUS IN EAST LONDON

University College London will today sign the biggest loan in British university history, borrowing £280m to fund an expansion programme as it takes advantage of a surge in international students.

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ALZHEIMER'S CURE AT LAST

The first drug to stop alzheimer's in its tracks could be available within five years after a major breakthrough.

FINALLY... LABOUR SUSPENDS MP IN ANTI-ISRAEL STORM

Jeremy Corbyn last night bowed to increasing pressure by suspending a Labour MP engulfed in a furious anti-Semitism row.

WILLS' GUIDING HAND THAT STEADIES KATE

After five years as a royal the Duchess of Cambridge is still "terrified" of putting a foot wrong - but she has "the best teacher" in her husband, an expert says.