YouGov/Sun poll – Con 33%, Labour 38%, Lib Dems 8%, UKIP 12%

The Daily Telegraph
Police and BBC called before MPs over filmed raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s home.
David Cameron ridicules Alex Salmond’s “desperate” NHS claims.
New financial support for grandparents who look after children.
A family-friendly test that will benefit us all.
Questions for the House.

Daily Mail
700,000 migrants ‘do not try to learn English‘: Huge number could not hold a conversation despite Government pledging language test as part of immigration system.
– Schools raiding repairs cash to fund free meals: Councils forced to cut maintenance budgets to pay for Clegg’s controversial plan.
Taxpayers’ £500million bill for failed border scheme: Government ordered to pay huge sum to giant US firm behind disastrous border control programme.

The Express
One in five travellers in UK ‘not checked against terror and criminal watchlists‘.
Illegal Calais migrant camp to be torn down.

The Guardian
UK taxpayer faces £220m bill over e-borders contract termination.
Labour and transport campaigners step up rail fares fight as prices rise again.
– Spending watchdog accuses DWP of hiding universal credit’s failings.

The Independent
– Iraq crisis: David Cameron will not put ‘boots on ground’ – but Britain’s involvement expected to last for months.
Cutbacks mean migrants are unable to find English classes.
Cameron plans age-rating system for graphic online music videos.

The Sun
Cameron holiday row.

The Times
– GPs fuel rise of superbugs with ‘useless’ prescriptions.
– Berlin forced to admit that it spied on Turkey for five years.

Financial Times
Osborne goes after offshore evaders.
MPs recommend stronger powers over big projects.

City A.M.
MPs to grill Bank’s Mark Carney on Osborne interest rate pact claim.
– Forward guidance: A political gambit that has retarded true capitalism.
​- Compensation for EU fruit and veg growers hit by Russian sanctions.

– 0930 LONDON: Inflation figures for July are published by the Office for National Statistics.
– 0930: Office for National Statistics (ONS) releases its house price study for June.​

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