Headline heroes: The shortlist and winner for headline of the month

Competition is hotting up in Press Gazette’s relaunched Headline of the Month competition, sponsored by Jura single malt whisky.

This month’s contenders were:

Story: A farmer has been given £500,000 to clean up the country air turning pig muck into electricity.

Headline in Metro:

And this little piggy went to spark it.

Story: Alan Duncan is sacked from the Shadow Cabinet after claiming MPs were living ‘on rations”.

Headline in The Sun:

Dave’s dunked Duncan donut.

Story: A man was jailed for ‘pleasuring himself’with a muck-spreader.

Headline in The Sun:

You can’t slurry love

Story: Germans and Austrians claim they are not getting enough beans in the cans of Heinz baked beans.

Headline in Metro:

Mean beanz, Heinz!

Story: About the things people leave behind in hotel bedrooms when they check out – including a dog.

Headline in the Daily Echo, Bournemouth:

Left be-hound.

Story: Schools give pupils chocolates to ease their exam nerves.

Headline in The Sun

Exam smarties.

The winner is…And this little piggy went to spark it, written by Metro Scotland editor Kie Miskelly who will receive a bottle of Jura single malt whisky.

The deadline for nominations in the November competition is 23 October.

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