YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead by two: CON 33%, LAB 35%, LD 8%, UKIP 14%, GRN 5%

City A.M.
– Tories get 31 more business leaders on side
– Bookies’ odds of two elections in one year just shortened to 4/1

Daily Mail
– Father-of-six imam is ‘assassinated’ on London street by ‘Syrian hit squad’: Fierce critic of Assad regime found slumped in car with chest wounds after daylight attack
– 80 leading headteachers warn of Ed’s U-turn on school reforms: Chiefs use letter to say there is clear evidence academy-style system is benefiting children
– Rush to cash in pension leaves savers baffled: Customers as young as 23 trying to withdraw retirement savings after reforms are introduced
– Fail the three Rs at 11, resit them at 12: Children who don’t pass maths and English should retake tests to make sure they can read, write and add up, says PM
– MI5 ‘hid’ child abuse at boys’ home: Former Army intelligence officer claims security chiefs told him to ‘stop digging’ when he reported possible paedophile ring

The Express
Editorial: Health tourism must be a priority after the General Election
– Ed Miliband to scrap controversial ‘non-dom’ status that lets rich pay barely any tax
– Liberal Democrats were behind Nicola Sturgeon memo leak, says Cameron
– Ukip voters snub Tory ‘come home’ appeal
– Migrants who plunder Britain’s free healthcare cost the NHS up to £300million a year

Financial Times
Editorial: The hidden dangers of Sturgeon mania
– Sturgeon offers to help Miliband into Number 10

The Guardian
Editorial: The Guardian view on scrapping the UK’s non-dom loophole: good riddance
Editorial: The Guardian view on Tony Blair’s speech: the message not the messenger
– SNP could hold independence referendum if it wins in 2016
– Tony Blair and Britain’s role in Europe and beyond
– Nigel Farage: larger mosques are ‘not necessarily a great idea’

The Independent

David Cameron interview: ‘We protected the poorest, the NHS and pensioners’
– 100 leading doctors sign letter accusing Government of ‘withering away’ NHS in England

The Mirror
– Ed Miliband pledges to axe non dom tax rule that benefits the rich and save £1billion a year
– Anger at bus companies failing to pass on petrol price fall to customers
– UKIP leader Nigel Farage could face legal action over his claims about former MEP

The Sun
– Number of top businessmen coming out against Labour leaps to 150
– Blair: Public shouldn’t get EU referendum
– Ukip deny election pact with Britain First

The Telegraph
Editorial: Tony Blair is wrong – the people must decide
– Tories: Send parents back to school
– Five things we learned about Ukip and Nigel Farage today
– George Osborne refuses to rule out child benefit cuts

The Times
Editorial: Ignore the sceptics,we need routine screening for cancer
– Miliband raids rich in purge of non-doms
– Neo-Nazis take over German villages

– New passports checks come in for those departing from UK ports.

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