Kate Nurse Death

December 8, 2012 by  

Kate Nurse Death, The death of a nurse who fell victim to a hoax call about the Duchess of Cambridge is the main story for a number of Saturday’s newspapers.

The Times says the Royal couple are at the centre of a personal tragedy at what should be a time of great joy.

Jacintha Saldanha’s friends tell the Daily Telegraph she would have been “hit badly” by the prank.

And the Independent editor says the tragedy should not be used as a means to denounce the media as a whole.

The Daily Mail carries an interview with Sally Roberts, the mother who is fighting a legal battle to prevent her seven-year-old son being given radiotherapy for a brain tumour.

Mrs Roberts insists that she merely wants to “consider the options”.

Economists tell the Guardian the latest falls in industrial output have raised the prospect of a triple-dip recession.

It says a period of severe wintry weather could be all it takes to cause GDP to drop over the next two quarters.

David Cameron’s support of same sex marriages in church comes in for criticism from two of the papers.

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