National newspapers’ front pages for Thursday

Record 3.6 Million People at High Risk of Developing Diabetes: Daily Express Warns of “Ticking Time Bomb” in UK Health

On Thursday, national newspapers are abuzz with the latest headlines, and Sky News is here to bring you the top stories.

The Daily Express reports on a concerning statistic – a record 3.6 million people in the UK are at high risk of developing diabetes. The newspaper warns of a “ticking time bomb” in the country’s health, as the number of people at risk continues to rise.

In other news, Manchester City’s Phil Foden and his partner Rebecca Cooke recently visited a psychic for a tarot card reading. This comes just days before the start of this summer’s European Football Championship in Germany, adding an intriguing twist to the upcoming tournament.

The Times leads with news of Labour’s manifesto launch on Thursday. According to the newspaper, the party’s leader Keir Starmer will prioritize growth and prosperity in their manifesto, as they look to gain support in the upcoming elections.

These are just some of the stories making the headlines on the front pages of national newspapers on Thursday. Stay tuned to Sky News for more updates on these and other top stories.

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