Hot Off the Press: Southern Daily Echo

This morning’s print version; click on the image for a bigger view. One of 17 dailies in Gannett’s British Newsquest division, the Echo‘s lede story today is a classic tabloid tale: “A mother told a court how she shopped her own son to the police because she believed he had beaten a man and left him for dead,” reporter Melanie Adams writes. “Hilary Kellett said she was violently sick at the thought her ‘own flesh and blood’ could have been responsible for the terrible injuries suffered by Scott Speirs during an attack in a Southampton park.'”

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