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INDEPENDENT:

REVEALED: OSBORNE'S WAR ON WOMEN

George Osborne's tax and benefit changes have hit women almost four times as hard as men, according to new research which threatens to compound the Conservatives' unpopularity among women.

TOP YARD OFFICER MOVED FROM POST OVER LAWRENCE SPYING OPERATION

Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer was removed from his post yesterday, as recriminations grew from a report which found that Scotland Yard spied on the family of the murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence.

'A FIRM WITHIN A FIRM': BROTHER OF MURDERED PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR CONDEMNS POLICE

Calls for Scotland Yard to "come clean" about an alleged 27-year cover-up of the Daniel Morgan murder intensified last night in the wake of the review into the Stephen Lawrence case.

City:

UK BANKS IN ROW OVER THE TYMOSHENKO 'MILLIONS'

Prominent UK banks are at the centre of a dispute over allegations that numerous foreign accounts were set up in the name of the former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko and her family.

#LOADED! STAFF PAY HOPES RISE WITH TWITTER UK'S £1M A WEEK

Twitter is now making more than £1m a week in revenues in Britain as its growth accelerates in its biggest market outside America, its annual report has revealed.

EXPRESS:

OPEN DOOR FOR NEW MIGRANTS

A Lib Dem plan to open up Britain's borders to thousands more migrants was savaged last night.

WE'RE AN ITEM! HARRY SO COSY WITH CRESSIDA

Prince Harry has tried to keep his love under wraps for nearly two years- but public statements don't come much bigger than kissing in front of 12,000 people.

COUNCIL HOMES TO BE KEPT FOR CROOKS TILL THEY LEAVE JAIL

Council chiefs have provoked fury with a "crackpot" proposal to save convicts' council homes until they get out of prison.

Sport:

LAST MAN STANDING

On one side will be England captain Chris Robshaw, on the other will be Wales skipper Sam Warburton.

'WILSHERE WILL STILL MAKE RIO'

Arsene Wenger claims that by his calculation Jack Wilshere has plenty of time to be ready for the World Cup - but warned Roy Hodgson not to take him if he is anything less than 100% fit.

TIMES:

UKIP FACES INQUIRY INTO ABUSE OF PARTY FUNDS

Nigel Farage faces an official inquiry into allegations that Ukip improperly diverted taxpayers' money to fund its political operations.

CAMERONS REVEAL HOW THEIR NANNY BECAME BRITISH CITIZEN

Samantha Cameron was named on an application for British citizenship made by the family's Nepalese nanny that succeeded just a few months after the last election, No 10 said last night.

SUNSHINE REIGNS THIS WEEKEND... WITH MORE TO COME NEXT WEEK

Pour the water from your wellingtons, wring out the cat and put the dinghy back in the shed, the fine weather is set to last the weekend and on into next week in a welcome reprieve from the wettest winter on record.

City:

STATE-OWNED BANKS PAY OUT £37M BONUSES TO EXECUTIVES

The top 21 executives of Britain's nationalised banks were handed £37 million in bonuses yesterday, provoking fury from pay campaigners and trade unions.

VODAFONE TO SECURE 7BN-EURO SPANISH CABLE DEAL

Vodafone is set to win control of Ono after a higher bid convinced the Spanish cable operator's owners to opt for a sale rather than a float.

GUARDIAN:

SHORT VISITS FOR INSPECTORS IN OFSTED SHAKEUP

Ofsted is drawing up plans for the biggest shake-up to the way it inspects schools since it was founded, as the regulator seeks to demonstrate its independence before an expected onslaught from right-wing critics.

CLEGG HINTS AT CRIMEA DEAL IF PUTIN 'DROPS KGB MENTALITY'

Britain believes Crimea is in a different category to the rest of Ukraine and could be afforded special treatment if Vladimir Putin abandons his "KGB mentality", according to Nick Clegg.

YOU'VE GOT THE WRONG SATOSHI NAKAMOTO, SAYS MAN 'UNMASKED' AS BITCOIN FOUNDER

It was the scoop intended to relaunch the print edition of a world-famous magazine: finally the identity of the elusive inventor of Bitcoin was to be revealed.

City:

CO-OP THOUGHT FLOWERS A 'PERFECT CHOICE'

The disgraced Methodist minister Paul Flowers was described as the "perfect choice" to lead the Co-operative Bank, according to a review of its boardroom commissioned by its directors in 2010.

SCOTTISH INVESTMENT TRUST PLOTS ENGLISH ESCAPE ROUTE

Alliance Trust has become the latest bluechip name in Scotland's financial establishment to guard against independence as it revealed an escape plan based on registering its companies in England.

TELEGRAPH:

DODGING TV LICENCE WILL NOT BE A CRIME

People who do not pay the TV licence fee will no longer be prosecuted in a criminal court, under radical plans being drawn up by the Government.

THE LOW FAT FOODS STUFFED WITH 'HARMFUL' LEVELS OF SUGAR

Many low fat foods promoted as healthy-eating options contain more sugar than their "full fat" equivalents- in some cases more than five times as much, an analysis by The Daily Telegraph shows.

ECONOMIST WARNS OF RISKS FOR INDEPENDENT SCOTLAND

An independent Scotland would face "costs and risks" over its currency and have to pay much more to borrow on the money markets, one of the world's biggest banks has said.

City:

BANK GIANT CASTS DOUBT ON SEPARATE SCOTLAND

The economic viability of an independent Scotland has been questioned by one of the world's biggest banks - joining the growing number of businesses voicing concerns over the prospect of Edinburgh breaking away from the UK.

MPS SHED DOUBT ON OSBORNE'S TAX-AVOIDANCE BLITZ

George Osborne's plans to raise billions of pounds from a clampdown on tax avoidance face "great uncertainty" and must be reviewed, according to an influential group of MPs.

SUN:

HARRY AND KISSIE

Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas kissed and hugged in public for the first time yesterday - proving their love is the real deal.

MY BLAKE WAS AMY'S DRUG MULE

The mum of Amy Winehouse's ex-hubby Blake Fielder-Civil yesterday revealed how her junkie son swallowed wraps of drugs to sneak to the tragic star.

CORRIE'S WOBBLE COBBLE HOBBLE TROUBLE

Coronation Street's famous cobbles are being fixed at the soap's new set after stars kept tripping over them.

Sport:

SORRY!

David Moyes has sent a letter to Manchester united fans apologising for their disastrous season.

WENGER IN JACK ALERT

Arsene Wenger says England must not take a World Cup gamble on Jack Wilshere.

MIRROR:

SCHUEY NEEDS A MIRACLE

Hopes were fading for Michael Schumacher last night as doctors admitted: "Only a miracle can save him now."

CULL THE MIDWIFE

Call The Midwife star Jessica Raine has quit the award-winning drama - and set her sights on Hollywood.

HARRY'S HAVING A CRESS AND A CUDDLE

Smitten Cressida Bonas plants a kiss on Prince Harry's cheek at an official engagement - a sign they are more serious than ever.

Sport:

IT'S WINS WE WANT NOT WORDS

Manchester United fans have warned David Moyes he must turn around the club's fortunes - after he wrote a letter apologising for the season.

I'LL GET YOU TO BRAZIL

Arsene Wenger has vowed to do all he can to help Jack Wilshere be fit for the World Cup finals.

STAR:

GREAT WHITE SHARK ON WAY TO UK

A killer great white shark is set to terrorise Britain as we bask in a scorching spring heatwave.

WHITE DEE: I'M A BIG TURN-OFF

Dole queen White Dee has slammed the documentary that made her famous, saying: "I would never watch a show called Benefits Street."

3 LIONS STARS: WE'RE STRICTLY CHICKS ONLY

England ace Ashley Cole has been forced to tell fans he is "strictly chicks only" amid claims a Three Lions player is to come out as gay.

Sport:

MOYES WRITE OFF

David Moyes has written to Manchester United fans- pleading with them to keep faith with him.

WILSHERE WILL MAKE WORLD CUP

Arsene Wenger insists Jack Wilshere will be back for the World Cup.

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