Paper Round (30 March) - a look at the day's newspapers

LONDON - Last night's debate between the Chancellor of the Exchequer and his counterparts makes the papers, while the Tory plan to block Labour's proposed National Insurance hike comes under fire in today's press.

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    City AM, Paper Round

  • The Wall Street Journal

    The Wall Street Journal

  • Daily Star

    Daily Star

  • The Independent

    The Independent

  • Metro

    Metro

  • The Guardian

    The Guardian

  • The Times

    The Times

  • Daily Mail

    Daily Mail

  • Daily Express

    Daily Express

  • The Daily Telegraph

    The Daily Telegraph

  • The Sun

    The Sun

  • Daily Mirror

    Daily Mirror

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The Mirror claims Tory shadow chancellor George Osborne was "crushed in battle" with Labour's Alistair Darling and the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable while The Guardian calls Tory plans "a terrible risk".

The Times includes a push to coverage inside, asking "Who won clash of the chancellors?". The Daily Mail focuses on changes in MP expenses and says of last night's debate, "They'll all cut more than Maggie".

The Daily Express ignores the financial debate, insisting "Tory support grows" alongside an image of pregnant "SamCam" and The Daily Telegraph headlines "death tax" scrapped by government.

The Sun includes a picture lead of Peaches Geldof and claims the socialite has been axed from her advertising contact with bra retailer Ultimo, as does The Daily Star, which claims she was "sacked over romp".

The Guardian offers advice on cooking, eating and gardening as part of its "1,000 things to do with kids" series and The Mirror gives its readers the chance to "camp for 95p", although the offer may be dampened by today's weather.

'Body & Soul' is today's pull out in The Times and 'Good Health' is in The Daily Mail.

Tea for two is still available for £5 in the Daily Mail and DFS advertises on the cover of The Guardian.

If you cannot see the gallery of today's national newspaper front click here.

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