What the papers say

SUNDAY EXPRESS:

MILLIONS NEED PENSION TOP-UP

Pensioners are having to cash in on soaring property prices as they struggle to make ends meet.

OSBORNE IN DRIVE TO CUT LIVING COSTS FOR FAMILIES

Chancellor George Osborne is considering a number of potentially vote-winning economic policies aimed at tackling the cost of living ahead of next year's general election.

KATE'S WORTH THE WAIT FOR OZ FANS

The Duchess of Cambridge was given a rock star welcome yesterday as starstruck fans chanted her name during a riotous royal walkabout in Brisbane.

Sport:

THE LUIS CANNON

Liverpool are banking on Luis Suarez to go it alone as they looks to land the club's first league title in 24 years.

BORINI SINKS CHELSEA'S TITLE HOPES

Liverpool striker Fabio Borini grabbed the goal that could gift the title to Anfield - by scoring for Sunderland as they beat Chelsea, giving give his parent club a massive boost.

TELEGRAPH:

ISLAMIST PLOT: SIX SCHOOLS FACE SPECIAL MEASURES

At least six Birmingham schools at the centre of an alleged Islamic takeover plot are set to be placed in "special measures" by Ofsted in a move that could see their entire leadership removed.

IRA MEN WIN EUROPEAN COURT BACKING TO FIGHT OMAGH PAYOUT

A pair of Real IRA terrorists who were ordered to pay compensation over the Omagh bombing could have the ruling overturned by the European Court of Human Rights after their case cleared an important legal hurdle, it can be disclosed.

TORIES A DISTANT THIRD IN EURO ELECTION POLL

The Conservatives face being forced into third place in next month's European Parliament elections, as up to half of Tory voters prepare to desert the party, a poll for The Sunday Telegraph has found.

City:

RBS MULLS LEGAL ACTION OVER REPORT

Royal Bank of Scotland is considering legal action against the millionaire businessman behind a damning report that accused the taxpayer-backed lender of deliberately putting customers out of business for profit.

FRACKING TO DELIVER TENS OF BILLIONS TO UK SUPPLY CHAIN

Britain's shale gas and oil industry could create tens of billions of pounds worth of opportunities in the supply chain, a major report is expected to say this week.

SUNDAY TIMES:

LABOUR RISKS BEING A 'ONE TRICK PONY'

Senior party figures said this weekend that if Labour continues to base its election strategy on a "cost of living crisis", it risks becoming a "one-trick pony".

GRANDMOTHER, 71, TACKLES SLAVE TRAFFICKERS FOR THE POPE

A British professor who is the most senior woman in the Vatican is leading the Pope's new crusade against human trafficking.

CHARITIES CHIEF GOES TO WAR ON ISLAMISTS

The Charity Commission has warned that Islamist extremism is the "most deadly" problem it faces and is urging the government to introduce laws to prevent convicted terrorists from setting up charitable organisations.

City:

PFIZER WEIGHS £60BN BID FOR ASTRA ZENECA

Pfizer, the world's biggest drug company, has made a tentative approach to Astra Zeneca about a possible takeover that could value its British rival at more than £60bn.

PRE-ELECTION BOOM GIVES OSBORNE ROOM FOR £7BN TAX CUTS

Britain's economy will be nearly 2% bigger than at its pre-crisis peak by next year's election, giving the chancellor scope for up to £7bn of tax cuts, a report is expected to say.

SUN ON SUNDAY:

DID YOU HAVE SEX WITH MY AMIR?

Boxer Amir Khan's wife has confronted two girls he hooked up with - and asked: "Did you sleep with my husband?"

VOTE MILI, GET CLEGG

Labour is drawing up secret plans to keep Nick Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister - to get Ed Miliband into Downing Street.

BGT LAD BROTHER IN TRAGEDY

Britain's Got Talent star Darcy Oake is hiding a secret heartache - his brother died from a heroin overdose aged 25.

Sport:

LOST IT

Jose Mourinho blew his top - and his No 2 hope was sent off - after Chelsea's title hopes were effectively ended by a controversial penalty.

WELBECK QUIT FEAR

Danny Welbeck wants to quit fallen champs Manchester United.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

KERRY NEARLY DIED WITH BABY No.5

Reality TV star Kerry Katona was at death's door during a "terrifying" labour with her fifth child.

POLICE RAID BBC 'HOLY WAR' MAN

Police have raided the home of a Muslim who went on TV praising his dead brother for fighting "holy war" in Syria.

I CLOO!

Hollywood's most eligible bachelor, George Clooney, is to marry new girlfriend Amal Alamuddin, pals claim.

Sport:

GUNS WANT SMALLING

Arsenal will make a shock £13 million move for Man United defender Chris Smalling in the summer.

RAMIRES & JOSE COACH SHAMED AS TITLE SLIPS

Chelsea will be in serious trouble with the FA after sensational scenes at Stamford Bridge last night.

MAIL ON SUNDAY:

PM HIRED BANKRUPT CRONY TO RUN £60BN QUANGO

A Tory crony of David Cameron put in charge of a £60 billion quango was dramatically fired last night after it was revealed that he was declared bankrupt for not paying his taxes.

'CASH FOR QUESTIONS' MP SET TO BE KICKED OUT OF PARLIAMENT

Disgraced former Tory Shadow Minister Patrick Mercer could be the first MP in more than 60 years to be kicked out the Commons without committing a criminal offence.

GIVE US A TWIRL, MIRANDA! GENERATION GAME SET TO RETURN... HOSTED BY TV'S QUEEN OF COMEDY

It is, perhaps, the best loved game show in Britain's TV history - fondly remembered by millions for its cheesy catchphrases and conveyor belt of less-than-thrilling prizes.

Sport:

REF RAGE

Jose Mourinho accused referees of deciding the Premier League title after losing his 77-game unbeaten League record at Stamford Bridge with defeat by Sunderland.

TITLE WIN WILL ELEVATE GERRARD TO WORLD'S BEST, INSISTS SUAREZ

Luis Suarez claims Steven Gerrard will be regarded as the best player in the world if he drives Liverpool to the Barclays Premier League title.

OBSERVER:

BESIEGED AND TERRIFIED....AND TODAY THE FOOD RUNS OUT FOR DAMASCUS REFUGEES

The desperate residents of a besieged district of Damascus are expected to run out of food today, leaving 18,000 people facing starvation and leading relief agencies to declare the crisis "unprecedented in living memory".

LABOUR LOOKS AT RAISING NATIONAL INSURANCE TO FIX NHS 'BLACK HOLE'

Radical plans to increase national insurance contributions to plug a looming £30bn a year "black hole" in NHS funding and pay the spiralling costs of care for the elderly are being examined by Labour's policy review.

CHRISTIAN PILGRIMS FIND THEIR PATH TO THE VIA DOLOROSA IS AN EVER HARDER ROAD

The limestone stairs of the Nun's Ascent are glassy-slick from the countless feet that have polished them.

City:

TEN STEPS TO RELEASE THE PRESSURE IN BRITAIN'S HOUSING SUPERBUBBLE

A "superbubble, "record-breaking" and "disastrous" - official figures released last week showing that London house prices rose by almost 18% in the year to February had commentators reaching for the superlatives, and everyone else wondering where it would end.

ORDINARY BORROWERS TAKE THE RAP AS ANGLO IRISH BOSSES AWAIT JAIL TERMS

While two Anglo Irish bankers stare down the barrel of up to five years in jail for handing out illegal loans to save their bank from collapse, up to 12,000 mortgage holders across Ireland face arguably an even more uncertain future.

SUNDAY MIRROR:

I'LL GET RID OF MY BABY TO STAR ON BIG BROTHER

The woman who had a boob job on the NHS to be a glamour model now wants an abortion to boost her TV career.

STOP PUTTING IT OFGEM

The energy watchdog has been blasted for failing to help vulnerable customers struggling to pay their fuel bills.

MEET THE EASTER BUNNY

He might be on a salad diet, but this mammoth pet has an appetite that has seen him hop into the record books as the world's biggest rabbit.

Sport:

I VOTED FOR KOP STAR SUAREZ

Patrice Evra has voted for Luis Suarez as his PFA Player of the Year.

IT'S ANARCHY AT THE BRIDGE

Jose Mourinho aimed a sarcastic swipe at ref Mike Dean and his boss Mike Riley as Chelsea's title bid imploded.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:

WORLD ON BRINK OF WHEAT CRISIS

Scientists are warning that wheat is facing a serious threat from a fungal disease that could wipe out the world's crop if not quickly contained.

COURT CLOSURES SPARK FEARS OF 'JUSTICE DESERTS' IN RURAL AREAS

Dozens of the 500 courts in England and Wales are to be shut down under a £75m-a-year Ministry of Justice reform programme, fuelling fears that rural areas will become "deserts" of justice.

NO COMPENSATION FOR RANA PLAZA WIDOW, ONE YEAR ON

Najneen Akter Nazma was three months pregnant and working as a sewing operator on the seventh floor of the Rana Plaza factory complex, in Dhaka, Bangladesh when it collapsed last year.

SUNDAY PEOPLE:

FREE MORGAN

Today the Sunday People and the Born Free Foundation launch a campaign to free Morgan the killer whale from a heartbreaking living death.

WAR

Spy chiefs have warned that any British or Western military action in Ukraine risks spiralling into an all-out war with Russia.

CHAVA LOOK AT THIS LOT!

Corrie stars were told to dress as chavs for Michelle Keegan's leaving bash - and didn't they look naff...

Sport:

RANGER RIO

Rio Ferdinand will join QPR on a free transfer this summer - IF Harry Redknapp wins promotion.

FAB A TITLE WINNER AFTER ALL

On-loan Fabio Borini stuck what could be a fatal blow to Chelsea's title dream - to the delight of his pals at parent club Liverpool.

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