YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour and Tories still tied, Lib Dems drop back to fifth: CON 33%, LAB 33%, LD 6%, UKIP 15%, GRN 7%

City A.M

Editorial: Good intentions are not enough – Editor’s Letter.

– Could the Eurozone soon see a wave of anti-austerity rebellion?

Daily Mail

Editorial: Stain of shame on the land of Magna Carta.

 The Express

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

– New doubts as sex scandal Ukip candidate ‘never studied at Oxford University’. 

Financial Times

Editorial: UK’s George Osborne goes it alone on corporate tax avoidance.

– Ed Balls vows to cut spending to clear UK deficit.

The Guardian

Editorial: The Guardian view on the CIA torture report: there is a second scandal here.

Editorial: The Guardian view on Ofsted’s annual report: structures don’t matter.

– Police to lose complaints powers.

– Ofsted chief says struggling schools ‘no better off’ under academy control.

– Scotland is unprepared for new tax powers, report says.

The Independent

Editorial: Class action: How to increase the number of top-quality teachers.

Editorial: Euro spiral: Now is not the time for more cuts. 

– Ed Miliband vows to wield the axe on public services to balance books.

The Sun

Editorial: DAVID Cameron was criticised for not funding the war on child sex abuse images on the web. To his credit he now has. OUR sixth Millies was a night of magic few there will ever forget. THERE is no rest for the politically correct as they crusade to ensure nothing in 2014 offends anyone, ever. IT turns out that the Government is not remotely serious about protecting journalists’ sources from the police’s prying eyes. WE weep at the ignorance of one in five kids who thinks Jesus plays for Chelsea.

– Osborne adviser: Britain has ‘masses of space’ for migrants.

– Poor white kids falling behind in school as ‘parents not interested’.

– Garden burials ‘grave gaffe’.

The Telegraph

Editorial: Making room.

– Superbug threat to human race ‘more certain’ than climate change – inquiry chief.

– We don’t need education reform – we need a whole new system.

– Natasha Bolter: Oxford University deny sex scandal Ukip candidate ever attended.

The Times

Editorial: Trust the Greens to ban us from having a Christmas swim.

– Bush knew all about torture, insists CIA.

– Disgraced Tory Neil Hamilton quits Ukip contest.

– Football trip for pupils to study the working class. 

Events

– 0930: Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) releases its lending trends figures for October.

– 0930 NATIONAL: Publication of primary school performance tables.

– 0945 LONDON: MPs take evidence on UK Ebola aid.

– 1100 LONDON: Ed Miliband speech on the economy. ​

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