YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead by four points: CON 33%, LAB 37%, LD 8%, UKIP 12%


The Express

– Tory minister warns of Labour plan to up national insurance.

– British security on alert as migrants aim to ‘live like a king’ in the UK​ (mention Steven Woolfe MEP).


The Independent

– Chief prisons inspector Nick Hardwick interview: ‘You need to make rehabilitation the central point’ .

– Justice Secretary Chris Grayling’s policy ‘responsible for prisoner suicides’.

– Africa Minister Mark Simmonds resigns citing ‘intolerable’ parliamentary allowances.


The Telegraph

– Minister quits because £120,000 salary and expenses is not enough to support his family in London.

– Expats face £400 million tax raid.

– Bossy health chiefs, drunk on their power.

– Prisoner voting ruling due.

– Labour rebuked over benefit increase claims.

– Labour attacks Government over number of foreign criminals handed deportation orders.

– Eye-catching Alex Salmond independence claim was based on no economic modelling.


The Guardian

– Labour vows to overhaul Michael Gove’s A-level reforms.

– Labour soar past Tories to take seven-point lead in latest ICM poll.

– Tory Foreign Office minister quits over ‘intolerable’ expenses rules.


The Sun

– Foreign Office Minister quits the Government.

– Miliband’s leadership ‘pathetic, bland and catastrophic‘.

– Should booze labels carry health warnings?

– Scots will land £348m Royal Navy contract – if they stay in the UK.

– MPs’ deal to keep some expenses claims secret.


The Times

– Tobacco giant could sue for £11bn over plain pack ‘injustice’.

– Universities face fiercest battle yet as fewer pupils gain top A-level grades.

– Police denied greater access to private medical data.

– Miliband’s policies are branded catastrophic by Labour grass roots.

– Have confidence to overrule Strasbourg, says UK’s top judge.


Daily Mail

– Foreign Office minister Mark Simmonds quits his post and moans: I just can’t live in London on £120,000 (and the £25,000 he paid his wife didn’t make up the difference either).

​- The Taxman’s out of control, Mr Osborne – and it could cost you the election.


– Wearing flip-flops, parking in the wrong direction and using a dirty car: The little-known laws behind why 900,000 British drivers have been fined when abroad.


City A.M.

– Our policymakers’ hostility to low-cost flying is hurting the worst-off .

– Has Ofgem over-regulation hindered energy market competition and led to higher prices?

– New poll shows majority support for fracking.

– Labour: True fall in wages missed by official statistics.



– 1245 GLASGOW: UK Government ministers visit BAE Systems shipyard.​


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