YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead down two to three points: CON 34%, LAB 37%, LD 9%, UKIP 12%

 

The Sun
Bojo is go-go, London Mayor already opened talks with local Tories in Uxbridge to become their MP​.

– Are you Havana laugh? Diplomats’ £16k cigars​.

Free schools failing to help poorest kids.

– Bed blockers, Nearly a quarter of a billion pounds a year wasted keeping well OAPs in hospital.

– Diesel weasels, Call to help 11m drivers hit by Government car U-turn​.

 
The Daily Telegraph

£4bn tax bonanza as 650,000 cash in pensions.

– Boris Johnson to stand as MP: David Cameron welcomes ‘star player’ back on to the pitch.

Internet will isolate 700,000 elderly people by 2030, study warns.

 
The Express
Labour will leave Britain £500 BILLION worse off if put into power, warns Sajid Javid.
‘I’ll have a crack at Commons’ says Boris Johnson.

 

The Independent
Housing shortage leaves homeless families ‘stuck’ in hostels for two years.
Boris Johnson eyes return to Parliament, in spite of breaking ‘two jobs’ commitment.

 

The Times
– Enter Boris: now a race against time to find seat.

The Daily Mail
– The super Isa sting that slashes rate for savers: Banks take an axe to tax-free interest just one month after Chancellor’s flagship policy was introduced.

Government’s £4bn tax windfall as 650,000 savers take advantage of Osborne’s reforms and withdraw pension over next five years.

– Clegg’s hypocriscy over migration, by Shapps: Tory Chairman insists Government still intends to reduce number coming to Britain to ‘tens of thousands’ a year.

– It’s not safe for you here, overwhelmed GP surgery tells patients: Letter sent to 10,000 people tells them they will be turned away unless illness is deemed an emergency.

Return of the blond bombshell of politics.

 

The Guardian
– Liz Kendall: Labour would fund NHS by integrating social care and health.
Boris Johnson’s bid for parliamentary return in 2015 leaves Tories divided.

 

City AM
– Boris Johnson to be parachuted into parliament despite quotes denying he would stand.

 

Financial Times
Ending student numbers cap risks spiralling costs, report warns.

 

Events
– 0900: Call Clegg on LBC 97.3
– 1000 LONDON: Dan Snow unveils Let’s Stay Together celebrity letter
– 1200 LONDON: Bank of England decision on interest rates and quantitative easing

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