YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour lead by two points: CON 31%, LAB 33%, LD 7%, UKIP 15%, GRN 6%

City A.M.

– Back off Barroso: Your outlandish claims are nothing but propaganda.

– As Labour proposes giving football fans seats on club boards, would this improve the sport?

Daily Mail

– Thousands of paedophiles will escape ANY punishment because police cannot cope with scale of online abuse.

Financial Times

– Labour announces limited reshuffle.

The Guardian

– Ukip does deal with far-right, racist Holocaust-denier to save EU funding.

– Miliband to sharpen Europe strategy as Cameron hardens line on immigration.

– Power to the people? This recall bill will do no such thing.

– Divest MPs’ pension fund from fossil fuels, says Caroline Lucas.

– David Cameron has now passed the point of no return on Europe.

The Independent

– David Cameron’s failure to confront UKIP is a betrayal of Margaret Thatcher’s vision, says José Manuel Barroso.

– Revealed: Spending on private ambulances has risen by 82% in two years.

– Cutting EU immigration will backfire, say employers.

– Tories under fire for not targeting child poverty.

– Labour to only tax homes worth over £2m.

The Sun

– Lords Speaker blows £357 of taxpayers’ cash on two-mile ride.

– MRSA cases halved in past four years. 

– Benefit cheats crackdown to save country £1bn a year.

The Telegraph

– Britain has every right to challenge the EU’s rules.

– I agree with Nigel Farage on ‘virtually everything’ admits Tory MP.

– Middle-class families hit by Labour’s mansion tax.

– Sooner or later, David Cameron is going to have to deal with Ukip.

The Times

– Risk of winter power ‘brownouts’ jumps to one in three.

– Microsoft launches smart watch that can also tell the time.

– Revealed: what voters in every seat think about immigration.

– Farage holds on to funding thanks to far-right MEP.

Events

– 0830 LONDON: Michael Moore, European Business Adviser to DPM, launches report on improving UK engagement with Europe.

– 0930 LONDON: Public sector borrowing figures for September are published by the Office for National Statistics.

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