YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour has five-point lead. Con 33%, Lab 38%, LD 8%, UKIP 12%

City A.M.

– Misery growing for Eurozone as growth falters and consumer confidence wavers

More rigorous GCSEs are good for business – but nurturing grit is also vital

– As Nobel laureates slam Eurozone policy, will historians “tar and feather” its central bank?

Daily Mail 

​- After just 19 hours in London, Dave’s back chillaxing on holiday: Cameron accused of complacency after he is pictured visiting cafe with Samantha in Cornwall

– Holiday taxes can cost £365: Report says total amount families pay has jumped by more than £300m since 2008

– Buy a powerful vacuum cleaner before they are BANNED: New EU rules ‘will outlaw best models in 10 days because they’re not eco-friendly’ (mention Louise Bours in print only)

– Osborne pockets £1bn in stamp duty bonanza as house prices soar… but Government borrowing still rises by £10bn 

The Express

– After light bulbs and TVs… now EU officials BAN our vacuum cleaners (mention Tim Aker)

– Have we seen this somewhere before? Chillaxing David Cameron goes to Cornwall AGAIN

– Ukip want to cut top tax rate to 40 per cent and ban benefits for migrants (mention Tim Aker)

– The political class has created this terror in our midst

Financial Times

– Q&A: What is going on with the UK’s public finances?

– Eurozone government borrowing costs hit record lows

The Guardian

– Isis beheading video brings calls for rethink of UK domestic terrorism fight

– Should there be all-women shortlists? (mention Helena Windsor UKIP PPC for East Surrey​)

– NHS patient groups warn more doctor assistants may be ‘healthcare on cheap

The Independent

– Working families hit twice as hard by Coalition cuts as jobseekers

– Social housing in crisis as too many homes are sold under Right to Buy​

– NHS patients to be seen by ‘doctors on the cheap

The Sun

– We’ll fight them from the beaches

– Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg’s life set to be turned into movie​

– Ed ‘weak’ says his councillor

– NHS £773m in the RED

The Telegraph

– Porn, rhubarb and implants. . . welcome to the weird world of an MP’s summer

– Michael Gove’s legacy

– Yet again, Alex Salmond refuses to face facts

– Scottish mandarin faces questions over referendum spend

– Alex Salmond refuses to downgrade oil estimates despite criticism from Sir Ian Wood

The Times

– Gove’s changes lead to fall in GCSE English pass rates

– Hundreds more UK Muslims choose jihad than army

– Labour extends lead into marginal Tory territory

– Fears over new medics trained for two years​

Events

– WEST MIDLANDS: By-election result for new West Midlands police and crime commissioner. Counting begins inside Birmingham’s International Convention Centre, from 0930. The earliest a result is expected will be around 1230 if one of the candidates has secured more than 50% of the vote. However, if not, then the result is estimated to be announced around 1600.

– 1100 WINDSOR: Homecoming Parade for soldiers from 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards on their return from a six month deployment to Afghanistan.

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