From the first editions
RIGHTS ACT LETS FOREIGN CRIMINALS STAY IN UK
Thousands of foreigners arrested in Britain are routinely avoiding deportation, new figures have shown, as ministers called for an overhaul of European human rights laws that stop criminals being thrown out of the country.
'SIX-YEAR LOVE AFFAIR OF PHONE HACKING EDITORS'
The two tabloid editors at the centre of the phone hacking trial had a secret six-year affair at the end of which Rebekah Brooks wrote to Andy Coulson: "I love you ... You are my very best friend ... I tell you everything," the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
OVERSEAS BUYERS MAY FACE UK PROPERTY TAX
George Osborne, the Chancellor, is considering imposing a new tax on wealthy foreigners who own property in Britain, instead of a mansion tax.
RBS CARVES OUT £35bn TOXIC ASSETS 'BAD BANK'
Royal Bank of Scotland is to confirm today that it will create a "bad bank" with £35bn of toxic assets following a review of its operations ordered by the Treasury.
MANSIONS TAX MAY TARGET JUST WEALTHY FOREIGNERS
George Osborne, the Chancellor, is considering imposing a new tax on wealthy foreigners who own property in Britain, instead of introducing a tax on all mansions.
KILLER SPIDER LIVED IN MY HEAD
Terrified Graeme Lougher has revealed how a flesh-eating false widow spider set up home inside his head.
CORDEN'S GOT THE X FACTOR
Comedy star James Corden will lead a major shake-up of The X Factor next year by replacing his great pal Gary Barlow as a judge.
MADDIE'S SNATCHER REVEALED
The sacked holiday resort worker suspected of kidnapping Madeleine McCann was named last night, and it was revealed he had a criminal record.
D-DAY FOR JOE
Joe Hart is being made to sweat over whether he will be axed tomorrow.
CARDIFF IN VISA ROW
Cardiff's turbulent season took another twist yesterday as their controversial new head of recruitment was forced to step down.
THE AFFAIR THEY DIDN'T EXPOSE
Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks, the two former News International editors at the centre of the phone-hacking trial, had a clandestine sexual relationship that lasted for six years and covered a period when criminal activity was taking place inside the News of the World, a jury at the Old Bailey was told yesterday.
ENERGY FIRM BOSSES WILL FACE JAIL FOR PRICE RIGGING, WARNS DAVEY
Power company bosses who conspire to inflate prices by rigging the energy market could soon face jail, the Government announced yesterday following accusations of being soft on the Big Six firms that supply almost all of Britain's gas and electricity.
WHAT'S GOING ON, MR THICKE?
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" was the biggest song of the summer.
SHELL VOWS TO RETURN TO THE ARCTIC AS PROFITS SLIDE BY 31 PER CENT
Shell has pledged to return to the Arctic as soon as possible after revealing a further 200m dollars (£125m) hit from the grounding of its Kulluk oil rig off the Alaskan coast on New Year's Eve.
CBI CHIEF WARNS OVER 'TOO HASTY' WAGE RISES
John Cridland, the director-general of employers' body the CBI, has warned against hiking wages too soon before Britain's economic recovery has taken strong root.
MURDOCH CHIEF'S 6-YEAR FLING WITH MAN WHO BECAME CAM SPIN DOC
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had a secret six-year affair, a jury heard yesterday.
SYRIA DESTROYS GAS FACTORIES
Syria has destroyed all of its chemical weapons productions facilities following the suspected sarin gas attack that killed hundreds of its own people.
EX-TORY AIDE GETS 'CRONY' JOB
David Cameron has been blasted for cronyism after putting a former Conservative campaigns officer in charge of public appointments.
Patrice Evra has demanded 10 wins in a row from Manchester United to revitalise their season.
STURRIDGE FIRED UP BY REDS' FAITH
Daniel Sturridge has taken a swipe at Chelsea by insisting he has been transformed as a player by finding a club prepared to believe in him.
98% DEMAND - BAN NEW MIGRANTS
The Crusade launched by the Daily Express yesterday to prevent a new surge of European immigration to Britain has already won massive support.
PROOF THAT ASBOS ARE FAILING TO PROTECT US
The failure of anti-social behaviour orders to protect the public from thugs is laid bare by statistics showing they are ignored by thousands of those given them.
TAKE-OFF AT THE AIRPORT LANDS TWO WOMEN IN COURT
A self-styled lady of the manor was fined yesterday after she stripped off and waved her bra over her head in a bizarre protest at tight airport security.
HANDLE WITH CARE
Joe Hart's confidence could be shot to pieces with dire consequences for England if he is axed by Manchester City.
LANCASTER'S BOMBSHELL FOR YOUNGS
Stuart Lancaster has made one of his boldest calls by dropping Ben Youngs in favour of Lee Dickson for tomorrow's first Test against Australia.