Brexit takes a back seat in most of Thursday’s papers as stories about knife crime, Facebook and the NHS make headlines.
The Times leads on political developments, saying that Theresa May will attempt to “woo” Labour MPs with the promise of money for “deprived areas”.
The Daily Telegraph discusses the “lawless Wild West” of the internet, reporting that technology companies could face a duty of care to protect children from harm online.
The Guardian leads with proposed knife crime prevention orders which could be issued to children as young as 12 in a bid to cut down on violence.
The Financial Times reports on the Federal Reserve in the US suggesting it will hold interest rates.
The Metro reports that Facebook paid money to teenagers to gather information on their usage habits.
The i says that “cracks” have started to emerge in the EU’s position as the Prime Minister heads to Brussels to seek a new deal.
While the Independent says that a “Tory truce” over the Brexit plans has already fallen apart.
The Daily Mirror calls the Conservatives “out of touch” following the suggestion of knife crime ASBOs.
The Sun reports that Kyle Minogue called police after a “stalker laid siege to her home”.
The Daily Mail leads with a “revolutionary shake-up” to cut waiting times at GPs which will see pharmacists, physios and paramedics treating patients.
The Daily Express runs with a similar tale, writing the NHS is recruiting 20,000 staff to “boost GP services”.
While the Daily Star runs with comedian Russell Brand saying that tickling is an invasion of children’s space.