FROM THE FIRST EDITIONS

EXPRESS:

MIGRANT BEGGARS ON £36,000 A YEAR

Foreign beggars are pocketing up to £36,000 a year on the streets of Britain, it was revealed last night.

CAMERON: PRISONERS DAMN WELL SHOULD NOT GET THE RIGHT TO VOTE

Prisoners "damn well shouldn't" get the vote if Parliament defies European human rights judges by backing the ban, David Cameron said yesterday.

12-HOUR WAIT TIMES IN A&E

Thousands of patients in accident and emergency departments are being forced to wait up to 12 hours to be treated as winter illnesses begin to take their toll.

Sport:

MOYES LEFT THIGH AND DRY

David Moyes has dismissed suggestions his training methods have caused Robin van Persie's latest injury setback.

JOSE IN FEAR OF TROPHY SHUTOUT

Jose Mourinho believes the first trophyless season of his glittering managerial career is a possibility - but says it would be utterly unacceptable.

INDEPENDENT

BRITAIN: LAND OF THE HOMELESS

The number of homeless people in England is rising sharply as a result of the Government's welfare reforms and the chronic lack of affordable housing.

LED OFF TO HIS EXECUTION: NORTH KOREAN LEADER WHOSE FAMILY TURNED ON HIM

Fears of a large-scale purge of North Korea's political elite were growing last night as more details emerged of the execution of a key member of the ruling family, at the apparent behest of his nephew, Kim Jong-un, and of his own wife.

SAATCHI MADE ME BUY HIS BOOK TO BOOST IT UP CHARTS, PA TELLS COURT

Charles Saatchi sent one of Nigella Lawson's personal assistants out four times a week to buy copies of his own book to send it up the bestsellers list, a court was told yesterday.

City:

'I HOPED THIS WOULD END WHEN I BLEW THE WHISTLE. I WAS WRONG'

Paul Moore, the celebrity whistleblower whose explosive evidence over HBOS led to the resignation of one of the City's top bankers, is appalled.

HOW THE HOUSING MARKET CAN HEAT UP AS FAST AS A MICROWAVE

The housing market is capable of overheating with little warning, a senior Bank of England official said yesterday, amid rising concerns that the Government's mortgage subsidies could be inflating a fresh property bubble.

TIMES:

UNIVERSITIES BACK DOWN ON SEXUAL SEGREGATION

Islamic speakers at universities will no longer be allowed to demand that men and women sit apart after vice-chancellors withdrew their controversial guidance that sex segregation was acceptable.

NEVER MIND THE HYPE: BEYONCE SPRINGS A SURPRISE

The release of a major pop album usually requires cranking up the hype machine.

YOU'LL GET 40 LASHES IF YOU CONTINUE SELLING ALCOHOL, MUSLIM SHOPS TOLD

Scores of Islamic protesters joined one of Britain's most controversial preacher yesterday to demand restaurants and shops stop selling alcohol in a popular area of London.

City:

RSA BOSS QUITS AS INSURER ISSUES THIRD PROFIT WARNING

RSA is expected to slash its dividend and raise hundreds of millions in additional capital after it issued its third profits warning in less than six weeks and a financial scandal in Ireland claimed the job of its chief executive after less than two years.

ROYAL MAIL WANTS FAIR FIGHT WITH NEW RIVAL

Royal Mail is calling for the regulator to intervene after its Dutch rival teamed up with Lloyds Banking Group to offer an "end-to-end" postal service.

MIRROR:

BABY P MUM WANTS GASTRIC BAND ON THE NHS

Baby P's 22-stone mum is so desperate for a man she wants a gastric band op on the NHS costing £7,000.

N. KOREAN DESPOT KILLS "TRAITOR" RIVAL

Hands bound by cable and strong-armed by two soldiers, the uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is dragged off to be executed.

'LIAR NIGELLA LET HER KIDS SMOKE POT'

Nigella lawson let her children smoke cannabis, a court heard yesterday.

Sport:

WOULD CHEW BELIEVE IT!

Luis Suarez could complete a remarkable rehabilitation at Liverpool by standing in as captain tomorrow

MOYES: VAN IS BROKEN

David Moyes has been dealt a massive blow - with Robin van Persie ruled out for a month through injury.

TELEGRAPH:

IT WAS WAR, NOT MURDER, SAYS WIFE OF MARINE A

The Royal Marine jailed for executing a wounded Taliban fighter is not a murderer and acted in a moment of madness that he wishes he could undo, his wife has said.

BLOCK MIGRANTS FROM POORER NEW EU COUNTRIES, URGES PM

Migrants from poor countries that join the European Union should be banned from moving to Britain, David Cameron has suggested as he prepares to face down a rebellion by dozens of Tory MPs.

SURGEONS' WARNING OVER WEEKEND HOSPITAL CARE AFTER COLLEAGUE WAS LEFT DISABLED

Consultants yesterday called for proper staffing of NHS wards at weekends after a retired senior sur geon was left disabled following poor care from junior doctors.

City:

RSA BOSS QUITS OVER 'BLACK HOLE' OF £200M

RSA Group has been thrown into turmoil after chief executive Simon Lee was forced to quit in the wake of the insurer's Irish crisis, which has seen its capital "black hole" almost treble to £200m.

BANK CHIEF WARNS OF THE 'MICROWAVE' HOUSING MARKET

The housing market has a dangerous "microwave quality" that means s it could become "scalding hot" very swiftly, the Bank of England's chief economist has warned.

STAR:

CORRIE KEV'S NEW SEX SHOCK

Corrie chiefs beefed up security at the show's £10m new set after vandals sprayed sick graffiti about innocent sex-case star Michael Le Vell on the garage doors of his character Kevin Webster.

NIGELLA 'LET HER CHILDREN TAKE DRUGS'

Cocaine-shame TV chef Nigella Lawson let her and Charles Saatchi's teenage children smoke cannabis at their home, former aide Elisabetta Grillo told a court yesterday.

ABBEY: MY STRICTLY MELTDOWN

Abbey Clancy confessed she was in meltdown last night after it appeared she has no chance of winning Strictly Come Dancing.

SPORT:

RVP KO

David Moyes has been rocked by the news that Robin van Persie has been ruled out for a month.

IT'S KOP CAPTAIN SUAREZ

Luis Suarez is in line to captain Liverpool at Tottenham tomorrow.

MAIL:

NIGELLA 'LET THE CHILDREN SMOKE CANNABIS'

Nigella Lawson allowed her daughter to smoke cannabis, a court was told yesterday.

VILE JOKES, DRUNK STARS AND THE FOUL-MOUTHED JONATHAN ROSS... YOU GUESSED IT, C4 AGAIN!

Viewers could have been excused for expecting an evening of jollity from the country's sharpest wits.

THE BETRAYAL OF UK'S STAY-AT-HOME MUMS

Britain's stay-at-home mothers feel under twice as much financial pressure as those in Europe, research has found.

Sport:

MOYES MISERY

The crisis facing David Moyes grew deeper last night as Robin van Persie was ruled out for a month and Peter Schmeichel claimed there are current Manchester United players who don't care about the club.

WENGER: THE HEAT IS ON CITY

Arsene Wenger insists the pressure is all on Manchester City as he takes Arsenal to the Etihad Stadium for today's crucial lunchtime clash.

GUARDIAN:

NHS PLEDGES TO END LOTTERY OF WEEKEND HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS

Patients taken into hospital at the weekend as an emergency will in future be routinely seen by senior doctors, to end "ethical unjusti?able" higher death rates on Saturdays and Sundays under a radical £2bn plan that will see the NHS providing high quality care every day.

NORTH KOREA EXECUTION FUELS FEARS OF REGIME UNRAVELLING

North Korea's brutal purge and execution of Kim Jong-un's uncle has raised fears of instability in a state with a nuclear weapons programme and a willingness to ratchet up regional tensions.

POLAR PRINCE HARRY AND WOUNDED WALKERS ON BOTTOM OF THE WORLD

Prince Harry was planning "a few whiskies" at the bottom of the world yesterday to celebrate reaching the South Pole with 13 injured service personnel after a gruelling three-week trek.

City:

IRISH RESCUE EXIT STIRS EUROZONE RECOVERY HOPES

Three years after being saved from bankruptcy by a trio of international lenders with a 67.5bn euros (£56.8bn) loan, Ireland has become the first stricken eurozone state to exit its rescue programme.

RAISED SPIRITS GIVE WHISKEY MAKERS THIRST FOR GROWTH

With Ireland restoring its fiscal sovereignty this weekend, it is a sign of emboldened economic confidence that the country's whiskeys are launching a fresh assault on Scotland's domination of the trade.

INDEPENDENT:

BRITAIN: LAND OF THE HOMELESS

The number of homeless people in England is rising sharply as a result of the Government's welfare reforms and a chronic lack off affordable housing.

LED OFF TO HIS EXECUTION

Fears of a large-scale purge of North Korea's political elite were growing last night as more details emerged of the execution of a key member of the ruling family, at the apparent behest of his nephew, Kim Jong-un, and of his own wife.

SAATCHI MADE ME BUY HIS BOOK TO BOOST IT UP THE CHARTS, PA TELLS COURT

Charles Saatchi sent one of Nigella Lawson's personal assistants out four times a week to buy copies of his own book to send it up the bestsellers list, a court was told yesterday.

City:

PREDATORS TO CIRCLE RSA AFTER BOSS QUITS WITH ANOTHER PROFIT WARNING

The deeply troubled insurance giant behind the More Than brand, RSA, was yesterday left vulnerable to a takeover or a break-up as the company issued its third profits warning in six weeks, its chief executive and said its dividend could be cut again.

FORMER MINISTERS SLAMS SERCO AFTER IT PULLS OUT OF GP COVER CONTRACT

Under-fire Government contractor Serco has proved it is "good at bidding but not at delivery" after withdrawing from an out-of-hours GP contract in Cornwall, according to one of Westminster's most powerful MPs.

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WINTER A&E CRISIS BEGINS

Fears the NHS may face its "worst winter yet" are mounting after it emerged that hospitals last week saw the highest numbers of emergency admissions since records began.

THE TRUTH ABOUT SLEEPING ROUGH IN BRITAIN

The number of homeless people in England is rising sharply as a result of the Government's welfare reforms and the chronic lack of affordable housing, according to a study.

YOUNG DICTATOR STARTS EXECUTING HIS FAMILY

The killing of Jang Song-thaek, a key member of North Korea's first family and a man widely seen as regent to leader Kim Jong-un, may have been ordered by his closest relatives.

City::

RSA LEFT OPEN TO TAKEOVER AS CHIEF QUITE AND SHARES FALL

The deeply troubled insurance giant behind the More Than brand was yesterday left vulnerable to takeover or a break-up as it issued its third profits warning in six weeks, lost its chief executive and said its dividend could be cut again.

BITCOIN USERS WARNED THEY HAVE NO PROTECTION

More fears over the digital currency Bitcoin were raised yesterday after a European banking watchdog warned of "violent fluctuations" in value and told consumers they would have no protection or compensation if they used virtual internet currencies.

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