YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour lead by two: CON 32%, LAB 34%, LD 7%, UKIP 14%, GRN 7%

City A.M

– As Ed Miliband says he’ll make sensible cuts, are Labour’s deficit reduction plans credible?

Daily Mail

Editorial: Only a judicial probe into torture will do  

– Migrants drove miles to ‘cheating’ test centre: Officials became suspicious when applicants drove huge distances to sit Life in the UK exam at specific centre

– Guns, booze and drugs could easily be stolen because of ‘unacceptably’ lax UK customs security

The Express

Editorial: Migrant homes cannot be built on our green spaces 

– Outrage as taxpayer-funded economist claims Britain has ‘masses of room’ for more migrants

– Nigel Farage and Russell Brand involved in heated immigration debate on Question Time

– Primary school postcode lottery – children’s education depends on where they live

Financial Times

Editorial: Miliband tackles his deficit attention disorder

– Ukip at war over Neil Hamilton’s pursuit of seat

The Guardian

Editorial: The Guardian view on the freedom of the internet: it’s under attack around the world

Editorial: The Guardian view on Ed Miliband: splitting the difference

– US hid UK links in CIA torture report at request of British spy agencies

– Labour MP says fisheries minister post would be unsuitable for a woman

– Controversial NHS patient data sharing pilot scheme may be delayed until 2015

The Independent

Editorial: The trust deficit: Ed Miliband is right to point out the Coalition’s failures on borrowing. But will the public buy his alternative plan?

– Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage ‘poundshop Enoch Powell’ in BBC Question Time debate

– Low wages force Britain to spend £900m more on tax credits than planned

– Conservative Party may take action after local councillor claims prospective MP was rejected due to ‘handicap of being brown and a woman

The Sun

– Indecisive Ed asked MP if he should sack her

– Clegg: Stop cops from snooping on journalists

– 200,000 pupils taught in failing schools

The Telegraph

Editorial: Our immigration system is a shambles

Editorial: We can’t trust Miliband to deliver these ‘cuts’

– ‘Teacher’ Natasha Bolter may not hold qualifications

– Russell Brand under fire for sexism and bullying in heated Question Time debate

The Times

Editorial: Why the number of failing schools can be a good thing

Migrants with criminal records get citizenship


– Post Office strike. 24-hour strike by workers who deliver cash to post offices, in a row over pay.

– 0700 LONDON: Ofwat publishes final determinations on household water and sewerage bills between 2015 and 2020.​


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