Wednesday's newspaper front pages

THE TIMES

Going on a radical “soup and shake” diet can permanently reverse type 2 diabetes, a landmark British trial has revealed.

THE SUN

Selfish eco-protesters who reportedly break the law should be locked up for longer, MPs demanded yesterday.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

The NHS is “broken”, Sir Keir Starmer has declared, claiming that a fifth of A&E patients go to hospital because they cannot get a GP appointment.

THE DAILY MAIL

Sending an alert to millions of phones this weekend risks causing panic, campaigners warned last night.

THE GUARDIAN

Britain should not “pull the shutters down” on China, as it would be counterproductive to the national interest, the foreign secretary has told the Guardian.

THE DAILY EXPRESS

Thousands of 'fat cat' town hall chiefs pocketed more than £100,000 last year - as the public struggled with spiralling council tax bills.

THE i

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer pledges to reintroduce Blair-style NHS targets to improve waiting times and care for patients if he wins power.

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