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Thursday's national newspaper front pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Thursday's national front pages.

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Despite the war in Ukraine and the growing threat to NATO from Russia, there will no extra cash for the military for at least three years, says the i.

The Times

The UK, the United States and Germany have all pledged to send more troops to NATO's eastern flank, The Times writes. 

The commitment came during the alliance's summit in Madrid. 

Daily Express

According to the Daily Express, Prince Charles will "never again" take large amounts of cash from benefactors. 

Daily Mirror

The Daily Mirror leads on research which has found that the Royal Family cost taxpayers £102.4m last year.

The Daily Telegraph

According to The Daily Telegraph, an inquiry into whether Boris Johnson misled Parliament over partygate risks becoming a "kangaroo court". 

The Sun

Friends of Dame Deborah James have called on people to keep donating to the BowerBabe fund and raised £10m, The Sun writes.

Daily Mail

An inquiry into claims that the Duchess of Sussex bullied two palace staffers has been buried, the Daily Mail writes.

The Guardian

The Guardian leads on research that has found that privatisation of the NHS has aligned with a decline in quality and an increase in the rates of death from treatable causes.

The Independent

Almost £132m in taxpayer money has been given to housing providers despite the companies being exposed by the regulator, The Independent writes.