YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour and Tories tied, as are Lib Dems & Greens: CON 34%, LAB 34%, LD 6%, UKIP 15%, GRN 6%

City A.M.

– Cameron’s new Euro nightmare

– EU budget 2014: Britain ordered to pay extra €2.1bn as compensation for its strong economic performance compared to other countries

Daily Mail

– Brussels back for more of your cash: EU asks Britain for an extra £1.7BILLION – because our economy’s doing so well (while France gets £790m rebate)

– Royal Marine is held ‘as he takes holiday trip to fight against ISIS’: Commando quizzed over claims he was planning to join up with Kurdish forces

Thousands of illegal immigrants escaping deportation because bungling officials are failing to act on public tip-offs

– £30bn black hole may force the NHS to charge patients: Hospitals must cut costs in order to keep service afloat, warn experts

The Express

– Brussels showers British business with 1,000 new bits of red tape, despite cut back vow

– Lord Stevens joins Express Newspapers

– Calais plans ‘new Sangatte’ for migrants

– 350,000 old and disabled ‘lose out on help at home

Financial Times

– UK spies collect international emails without minister’s sign-off

– Cameron puts on brave face as trouble brews at home

– Bank of England sets out plans for failing lenders

The Guardian

– UK pledges £80m more aid to tackle Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone

– Ed Miliband: immigration is at top of Labour’s agenda

– Alex Salmond may run for Westminster seat in 2015

– Rochester byelection: Tories select local businesswoman Kelly Tolhurst

The Independent

– Nigel Farage on the Ottawa shooting: It could just as easily happen on the streets of London

– MPs making millions from second jobs

– Britain admits nearly three times more migrants from outside the EU than any other member state, statistics show

– Conservative whips warn of backbench revolt on European arrest warrant

– Ed Miliband attempts to take on Ukip – with toughened immigration policies

The Sun

– I.S. plan Lee Rigby-style ‘hits’

– Plans to ban cops accessing journo phone records unveiled

Brickies urged to hire ex-squaddies to help get Britain moving

– McCluskey: ‘Labour wouldn’t miss a beat if Ed was run over by bus’

– Hunt hopes Britain will be ‘smoke-free’ nation

The Telegraph

– The health revolution is under way – but no fanfare, please

– Why George Osborne can’t balance Britain’s books

– Head porter at one of Oxford University’s oldest colleges quits to run as Ukip MP candidate

The Times

– Boris tried to silence us over air quality fears, say scientists

– Illegal immigrants play the system as officials dither

– Seizing passports ‘will provoke more terror attacks

Events

– 0700: Prison officers strike.

– 0830 BRUSSELS: David Cameron at European Council summit.

– 0900 LONDON: Nigel Farage LBC phone-in.

– 0930 LONDON: First estimate of GDP for the third quarter is published by the Office for National Statistics.

– 1600 ROCHESTER: Nominations close for Rochester & Strood by-election. Nominations close at 1600 and should be available from Medway Council by 1700.

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