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The Independent – Tainted blood victims demand action as payouts to top £10bn 

The Independent’s front page leads on victims of the tainted blood scandal are demanding urgent action as the government prepares to announce £10 billion in compensation. Over 30,000 people were infected with hepatitis C and HIV from contaminated blood between the 1970s and early 1990s. Campaigners argue that justice has taken too long, and they seek immediate resolution and acknowledgement of the failures that led to the disaster.

Elsewhere, the front page went to print before the Iranian president’s death was confirmed. The paper says the Iranian president is missing after his helicopter crashed in the mountains, with fog hampering rescue efforts. Authorities are struggling to locate and rescue him due to poor weather conditions.

Manchester City has won the Premier League title for a record fourth consecutive time. Meanwhile, Liverpool bid an emotional farewell to their manager, Jurgen Klopp, who is stepping down after a successful tenure with the club.

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