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The papers: Saturday's front pages

Weekend FT editor Caroline Daniel and broadcaster Anna Raeburn joined the BBC News Channel to review Saturday's front pages.

They began with the Times's lead story, which suggests that hundreds of British jihadists have "slipped the net" of UK security services.

The pair then moved on to the Daily Telegraph's coverage of the past of the Islamic State extremist Mohammed Emwazi, from London, who's been nicknamed "Jihadi John". They also looked at the same paper's interview about internet privacy with Apple head Tim Cook and the Scotsman's report about a UKIP proposal to reduce funding to Holyrood.

  • 28 Feb 2015
  • From the section UK