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Today’s front pages: Huawei leak, knife crime and Joe Biden

A round up of the headlines from UK newspapers on 26 April

“Sainsburied”, declares City A.M this morning, a reference to the proposed Sainsbury’s-Asda merger blocked yesterday by the competition watchdog - and which could spell the end for Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe.

The Independent leads with the startling claim that one person becomes a victim of knife crime in Britain every 12 minutes, on average, while their front page image is given over to Joe Biden’s announcement that he is running for president in 2020.

Several front pages conitue to focus on the ongoing search for the minister who leaked details of a confidential meeting with security service bosses, while the Daily Mail boasts an “exclusive” with an Ethiopian athelete who claims he was attacked by Sir Mo Farah.

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