YouGov/Sun poll: Labour on a 1 point lead, Greens and Libs tying in 4th. LAB 34%, CON 33%, UKIP 16%, GRN 6%, LDEM 6%.

City A.M.
– Westminster council spurns property developers in battle for office space
– Why Ireland wants the UK to stay in the EU – and make the case for openness

Daily Mail
Editorial: Why illegal migrants can laugh at the law
– Four out of five new nurses on NHS wards are foreign: Influx leads to fears many lack English language skills needed for their job
– Thousands of foreign criminals’ DNA samples have been deleted because of legal loophole: Fingerprints and swabs can’t be stored for offenders convicted abroad
– Fury as Home Office ‘loses’ 174,000 illegal immigrants: Scathing dossier to reveal three quarters of foreigners who were refused permission to stay in the UK have vanished

The Express
Editorial: Leave EU to keep foreign criminals out of Britain
– A RANDOM attack by a “self-starter” terrorist could happen “at any moment” in Britain, David Cameron warned tonight.
– William Hague sets out three options on ‘devolution’ for English MPs

Financial Times
Editorial: The rouble crisis reveals Putin’s strategic failure
Editorial: UK can no longer afford patchwork constabulary
– British MPs condemn £10.5bn PFI train deals

The Guardian
Editorial: The Guardian view on the school killings in Pakistan
Editorial: The Guardian view on English votes for English laws: devolution for England is essential, but not like this
– Senior Conservatives in spotlight over speeches to ‘vile’ rightwing fringe group

The Independent
– MPs call for joint enterprise shake-up
– Missing – the 50,000 jobless teens who have dropped off the radar
– Boris Johnson tells a joke about immigration, ends with a ‘forced sterilisation’ punchline
– Ukip activist Kerry Smith quits his party after row over offensive comments

The Sun
Editorial: WHAT did yesterday have in store for you when you got up? NO ONE should question the commitment of Prince William or his dad Charles to protecting endangered species. It is absurd for Labour to claim “English votes for English laws” will divide Britain.

– The Sun demands extra fuel saving as global oil prices tumble
– Latest Bush White House Bid in time for 2016
– Foreign nurses rush for jobs

The Telegraph
Editorial: A simple answer to the English Question
– From immigration to trade and the NHS, politics is about open vs closed
– Ed Miliband must stop dithering – his party’s future depends on it
– Jim Murphy unveils Cabinet and moves into Holyrood
– One in 10 council houses is occupied by a foreigner

The Times
Editorial: Adoption muddle is costing children their futures
– Whitehall shockwaves over Chilcot draft report
– Isis fills war chest by selling looted antiquities to the west
– Ukip hasn’t got the monopoly on fruitcakes
– May faces fresh pressure on migrants

– 0930: Unemployment figures.
– 1200: Prime Minister’s Questions.

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