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What the papers say

SUNDAY TIMES:

250 JIHADIS SPARK UK TERROR ALERT

The full scale of the terrorist threat to Britain can be revealed today with the disclosure that about 250 British-based jihadis who went to train and fight in Syria have returned home.

LABOUR CANDIDATES TELL MILIBAND TO 'HUG A BANKER'

Ed Miliband is facing dissent from his own party over his attacks on banks and big business and plan to raise tax for top earners, with Labour candidates warning that companies believe the party will treat them "like an ATM".

JETS SEND MAYDAYS OVER LONDON

Five aircraft unable to land at Heathrow and Gatwick were forced to declare emergencies, some perilously close to running out of fuel, in the latest storm to batter Britain.

City:

ESSAR TAKEOVER DEALS BLOW TO CITY CREDIBILITY

Investors will this week receive another mauling from a disastrous foreign float when a billionaire Indian family offers to buy back its company on the cheap.

BARCLAYS HUNTS FOR NEW CHAIRMAN AMID BONUS ROW

Barclays has begun the hunt for a replacement for Sir David Walker, the veteran chairman brought in to steady the bank in the wake of the Libor-rigging scandal.

MAIL ON SUNDAY:

VICTIMS OF THE VALENTINE TEMPEST

The great Valentine's Night storm left three people dead and caused continuing mayhem across Britain yesterday.

VERDICT ON MINISTER'S £90,000 EXPENSES COULD RUIN HER CAREER

Maria Miller's political future was in doubt last night after expenses watchdogs found fault with the Culture Secretary's £90,000 claims on a second home.

MAMMA MIA! 40 YEARS AFTER THEIR WATERLOO, ABBA ADMIT: WE ONLY WORE THOSE RIDICULOUS OUTFITS TO AVOID TAX

Their music has stood the test of time, even if their fashions haven't. Now Swedish supergroup Abba have revealed they had good reason to wear such garish stage costumes - because it saved a little money, money, money on their tax bill.

Sport:

PURE FARCE!

New Fulham manager Felix Magath will take his first training session today as the situation at the Premier League's basement club descends further into farce.

GOLDEN GIRL LIZZY VOWS: I'LL DEFEND MY OLYMPIC TITLE IN 2018

Golden girl Lizzy Yarnold last night pledged to defend her newly-won Olympic championship in South Korea in four years' time.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

GOLDEN BAWLS

PROUD Simon Cowell wept tears of joy as he held newborn son Eric Philip in his arms for the first time.

£4.5K BUNG FOR TRAINEE SPOOKS

Defence chiefs are to offer soldiers thousands of pounds to train as intelligence experts for covert operations.

F1 LEWIS GOT WED FLAGGED!

Nicole Scherzinger left Lewis Hamilton in the pits by turning down three marriage proposals in a month.

Sport:

JOV DONE

Jose Mourinho was left gob-smacked at The Etihad last night as Man City handed Chelsea an FA Cup hammering.

CITY BACK FOR ISCO

Man City will be given a second chance to sign Spain starlet Isco in the summer in a £30million deal.

SUNDAY EXPRESS:

DARKEST DAY OF THE STORMS

Dangerous levels of bacteria that can cause typhoid fever, dysentery, hepatitis and antibiotic-resistant bugs similar to MRSA were discovered in floodwater yesterday.

FAR RIGHT TARGETS MUSLIM 'FUN DAY'

Legoland has been targeted by right wing groups after it hired out its park to an Islamic leader said to be on a security list of hate clerics.

'BECOMING A FATHER IS THE MOST MAGICAL MOMENT EVER'

Simon Cowell welcomed his son Eric into the world with tears of joy, friends said yesterday.

Sport:

PARDEW'S ONE GAME FROM SACK

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has one more game - against Aston Villa - to avoid becoming the next victim of the Premier League managerial carnage.

KOMPANY: WE WERE ALL OUT FOR REVENGE

Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany was delighted his side made it third time lucky against Chelsea last night.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:

DOCTORS ON £3,000 PER SHIFT

Doctors are being paid as much as £3,000 per shift by NHS hospitals to fill "endemic" staff shortages in Accident & Emergency units, an investigation by The Sunday Telegraph has found.

UNDER WATER, YET FLOOD-HIT AREAS ARE STILL EARMARKED FOR NEW HOMES

Councils in some of the areas worst affected by Britain's flooding crisis have published plans to build hundreds of homes on land that is currently under water.

RECORD NUMBER OF FOREIGN CRIMINALS CANNOT BE DEPORTED FROM BRITAIN

A record number of foreign criminals won appeals against deportation on human rights grounds last year in a major blow to the Government's tough stance on immigration, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

City:

RETAILERS ROUND ON SALMOND

Britain's largest retailers are overwhelmingly against Scottish independence and are concerned about the impact it could have on their businesses.

BUYERS NEED 'FLOOD RATINGS' ON ALL HOUSES, AVIVA CHIEF WARNS

The head of the UK's largest insurer has called for houses to be given a "flood rating" so that prospective buyers are aware of the potential risk.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:

'PICK UP THE REINS, STAND TO POST, AND SORT THIS OUT'

England's top doctor has ordered an independent review of a hospital where child heart patients died, after dramatically bypassing NHS complaints procedures to personally meet bereaved families.

SKIRTING THE ISSUE IN A TRIUMPH OF COOL

Cool is an odd, nebulous quality, but it's hung over London Fashion Week for decades: New York and Milan have the commercial clout; Paris the couture heritage. London is cool.

PRINCE WILLIAM WANTS 'ALL ROYAL IVORY DESTROYED'

The Duke of Cambridge wants to strip all the ivory from Buckingham Palace and destroy it, The Independent on Sunday can reveal, in a move conservationists hailed as "extremely significant" in the fight against elephant poaching.

City:

BUY NOW, PAY LATER CAN COST YOU A PACKET EVENTUALLY

It is almost as if the credit crunch never happened. Walk down any high street, or flick through any TV channel and you are guaranteed to see an offer of buy now, pay later or interest-free credit for big purchases.

THE TICKING BOMB OF GENERATION Y

At first glance the much-vaunted young professional seems to have everything, but the reality can be very different.

OBSERVER:

MILIBAND'S STARK WARNING: CLIMATE CHANGE AN ISSUE OF NATIONAL SECURITY

Britain is sleepwalking towards disaster because of a failure to recognise that climate change is causing the extreme weather that has blighted the country for more than a month, Ed Miliband warns today.

LABOUR TO SET RECORD FOR FEMALE MPs

The Labour party is on track for record numbers of women to win seats in Westminster and Brussels in forthcoming elections, party data shows.

MIDLANDS PRIEST FACES GENOCIDE PROBE

The Church of England is investigating a Rwandan bishop who is now serving as a parish priest in Worcestershire over "disturbing" allegations that he was a propagandist for leaders of his country's 1994 genocide and complicit in sending Tutsis to their deaths.

City:

BRITISH GAS CAN'T KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING

Fresh from launching an unexpected attack on power company profits, energy secretary Ed Davey has now gone on paternity leave for two weeks.

DRAX MAKES PROGRESS WITH BIOMASS MOVE

Still with energy, as the debate about future sources of supply continues, Drax is moving ahead with its transformation from a coal-fired plant to a predominantly biomass generator.

SUNDAY MIRROR:

DANNIELLA'S SON HELD IN DRUG SWOOP

Daniella Westbrook's teenage son has been arrested in a drug swoop after a high speed chase with police.

ED'S ON TRACK FOR ELECTION VICTORY

Labour are on course for election victory after enjoying an uninterrupted lead over the Tories for two years, our poll reveals today.

CAN YOU PHIL THE LOVE SI?

Proud new dad Simon Cowell has given son Eric the middle name Philip - honouring both his late dad and his tycoon pal Sir Philip Green.

Sport:

REVENGE!

Manchester City blew Chelsea away to take a giant stride towards an incredible quadruple of trophies.

WATSON BOOSTS HOLDERS WIGAN

Wigan are hanging onto the FA Cup with style and determination.

SUNDAY PEOPLE:

NOW FOR THE TRUTH

The mother of a 10-month-old baby claims he ended up brain damaged, epileptic and nearly died twice after bungles at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.

KEEP FIGHTING HATED BED TAX

Victims of the hated Bedroom Tax were last night urged to prepare a mass appeal after a tenant's legal victory over the Government.

LITTLE MIX, BIG APPLE, BIGTIME

They muddled their way through X Factor and were never expected to win.

Sport:

YOU'VE GOT NO CLASS

Barcelona's Dani Alves last night blasted Manchester City, claiming: You may have money but you've got no class.

JOSE: THEY JUST HAD MORE HORSE POWER

Jose Mourinho's 'little horses' came a cropper - at the very same track they had shown classic form just a fortnight ago.

SUN ON SUNDAY:

ROONEY SIGNS £70M DEAL AT UNITED

Wayne Rooney has signed a record £70.2million contract to stay at Manchester United until 2018.

I WAITED ALL MY LIFE FOR YOU

Emotional Simon Cowell's tearful first words to his new son were: "I've waited all my life for you."

IT REALLY IS GRIM UP NORTH, DAVID

Tory MPs have accused party bigwigs of throwing in the towel when it comes to attracting working-class voters in the North.

Sport:

SIGNED FOR LIFE

Wayne Rooney has pledged the rest of his top-class career to Manchester United.

MESSI WILL GET YA - XAVI

Xavi has warned Manchester City: "The greatest player ever is after you."

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