April Fools’ Day 2015 newspaper round-up: Clarkson, Richard III and anti-monkey bubblewrap
YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead by one: CON 35%, LAB 36%, LD 7%, UKIP 12%, GRN 5%

City A.M.
– Labour business leaders back Tory economic plan
– General Election 2015: Growth lift unlikely to win Tories bigger slice of votes
– General Election 2015: 103 business leaders sign anti-Labour letter

Daily Mail
Editorial: Proof that Britain is on the right course

– Migrants quit Calais camp and leave all this behind: Abandoned tents, filthy sleeping bags and burnt-out beer cans litter former sports hall as 2,000 are forced to leave illegal site
– Now 65,000 patients head abroad for ops: Poland and Spain among most popular destinations after number going overseas doubles in a decade
– What a surprise! A&E cases would fall by two million in a year if GP surgeries were open seven days a week

The Express
EXCLUSIVE: MPs call on Government to join forces with Iran to defeat Islamic State
– Cut migration to 1950s levels, says Nigel Farage

Financial Times
Editorial: British election at risk of drowning in dodgy data
– Ed Miliband to clamp down on zero-hours contracts
– Rival UK economic plans come under scrutiny
– Ukip’s first elected MP woos Clacton voters

The Guardian
Editorial: The Guardian view of the press and Ed Miliband: it’s the Leveson factor too
Election morning briefing: personal digs and calculators at dawn
– Is David Cameron right: was the UK’s deficit worse than Greece’s?

The Independent

Editorial: It harms Labour’s cause to pretend that there is no substance to the economic recovery
– Election 2015: Business leaders warn a change of government would ‘threaten jobs and deter investment’ in open letter
– General Election 2015: The masterminds behind the scenes
– General Election 2015: Farage tackles immigration, as the Coastguard bars entry

The Mirror
NHS crisis: 34MILLION failed bids to book GP appointment last year
– Election 2015: Secretive new agency will ‘estimate’ who governs us by using your views on Twitter and Facebook
– Election 2015: Tories refuse NHS funding promise despite extra £8bn needed per year by 2020

The Sun
– Sturgeon hints scrapping benefits cap would be demand for putting Ed in No10
– Ukip’s flip-flop immigration strategy falls into fresh disarray
– It’s another Balls-up

The Telegraph
– Coalition’s care reforms heading for ‘disaster’, say councils, charities and companies
– A toxic lack of trust is blighting Tory and Labour campaigns
– General Election 2015: Five things we learned about Ukip and Nigel Farage today

The Times
– Schools fear Easter terror exodus
– Let’s cut migration so children can play outside, says Farage

– 1300 GLASGOW: Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls to carry out election campaign visit. Mr Balls will be joined by Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy as he makes a major speech.

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