From the first editions
THE SUNDAY TIMES:
11% PAY RISE FOR MPS MET WITH FURY
MPs are set to receive an inflation- busting 11% pay rise despite opposition from the public and all three party leaders.
NIGELLA LAWSON WINS IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION
Nigella Lawson has won the sympathy of the public following her admission of cocaine and marijuana use, but the reputation of Charles Saatchi, her ex-husband, appears to have been tarnished.
QUEEN TO MISS FUNERAL
He was one of only a few world leaders she would call a true friend, but the Queen has reluctantly decided not to attend the funeral of Nelson Mandela as she reduces her long-haul travelling.
DIAMOND BACK WITH £150M FLOAT
Bob Diamond, the Barclays chief executive who resigned in disgrace last year after the bank admitted rigging interest rates, is close to an audacious return to the City.
WTO DEAL'S £1BN BOOST FOR BRITAIN
British business will receive a £1bn-a-year boost from the "historic" deal struck yesterday to end a 20-year impasse on global trade.
DAYS OF TRAVEL MISERY
Thousands of passengers are facing days of travel chaos after Britain's busiest airports were brought to a standstill by an air traffic computer glitch yesterday.
CAMERON: HELP ME BRING TO AN END HORROR OF DEMENTIA
David Cameron last night vowed to tackle the "national crisis" of Britain's dementia sufferers.
STAMP DUTY HELL TO HIT NEARLY ALL OF US
Soaring property prices will push three out of every four homes in the country over the stamp duty threshold within fi ve years, netting an extra £6billion in taxes for the Treasury.
Newcastle ratcheted up the pressure on Manchester United boss David Moyes with their first league win at Old Trafford since 1972.
NO SURPRISES HERE - CAPELLO WRITES OFF ENGLAND'S CHANCES
Fabio Capello has dismissed England's World Cup chances - believing that his successor Roy Hodgson's team will arrive in Brazil shattered by an intense Premier League campaign.
SOLDIERS TO FACE 11 MORE 'TRIALS' OVER IRAQ DEATHS
British troops are facing 11 separate inquiries into their conduct in Iraq after a "human rights" ruling by the High Court, it can be disclosed.
REVEALED: VAST COST OF EU'S FOREIGN EMPIRE
The European Union's foreign diplomatic service is accused today of spending hundreds of millions of pounds on a vast empire of overseas offices staffed by highly-paid bureaucrats.
CLEGG OPENS DOOR FOR COALITION WITH BORIS
Nick Clegg has publicly offered to work in a coalition with Boris Johnson if the Mayor of London becomes Conservative leader in a future hung parliament.
CENTRICA: STOP THESE ATTACKS
Sir Roger Carr, the chairman of Centrica, has turned on the critics of the "Big Six" energy companies, saying that ill-judged attacks will put off investors and that it was time to end the "Punch and Judy" debate.
MAYOR'S ADVISER ADMITS 'BORIS AIRPORT' MAY BE DUMPED
Boris Johnson's aviation adviser has admitted that proposals for a new hub airport in the Thames Estuary are "at risk" of being ditched by Sir Howard Davies when he publishes a shortlist of options for additional runway capacity in the South East.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
FLOOD VICTIMS IN RAT TERROR:
Britain's storm-hit communities are facing a new threat - a rat invasion.
SQUADDIES' SEX SHAME
Twenty-nine convicted sex offenders are serving in our armed forces, the Daily Star Sunday has learned.
CITY'S FAREWELL TO HERO 'COPTER PILOT
Hundreds gathered yesterday for the funeral of the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter disaster.
CAB FOR MOYESIE
David Moyes was booed off at Old Trafford as Manchester United yesterday lost their second home Premier League game in four days.
Fabio Capello predicts World Cup failure for England - because they will be knackered when they arrive in Brazil next summer.