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Posted 2017-05-23 04:26:29 - by Hà Trung Thành
Image caption The Metro leads on the attack on the Manchester Arena featuring a photograph of an injured concert-goer being led to safety by police.
Image caption The Mirror uses the same photograph and says early reports of the Manchester Arena attack suggested the injuries were consistent with a nail bomb.
Image caption The Times reports how one concert-goer caught up in the attack said he had been blown 30ft by the force of the explosion.
Image caption The Guardian reports that police did not say what caused the fatalities but that the attack came as Britain is on a severe terrorist alert.
Image caption Mrs May has given no details about how high the social care cap would be and could leave more pensioners without winter fuel payments than originally planned, reports the Telegraph. The paper says she had "clarified" the policy in response to "scaremongering" from the Labour party.
Image caption Meanwhile, the i paper reports Theresa May insisting that nothing has changed but merely a cap on social care costs. The newspaper says she would not be drawn on any details regarding the manifesto pledge.
Image caption Children as young as 13 are being exposed to pornography, gambling websites and dangerous diets by Facebook, reports the Daily Mail. The paper launched its own investigation on the social media website to test its protection for young users and found profiles which explicitly said what their ages were were shown pages for drugs and explicit sex scenes.
Image caption The paper reports the claims of ex-IRA member Sean O'Callaghan saying the support of Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell encouraged the IRA to "prolong the violence".
Image caption Scientists have found that dementia runs in the family, says the Daily Express. The paper reports a study from Iowa State University has found a history of illnesses like Alzheimer's could alter a gene increasing the chance of being diagnosed with the condition.
Image caption The Daily Star says Britain is set for the hottest May since 1944. Forecasters have predicted a top temperature of 32.8 degrees, the paper reports.

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