Paper Round (13 April) - a look at the day's newspapers

LONDON - The Guardian splits its cover between the two leading political parties, showing 'two visions of Britain' today, while The Times headlines David Cameron's promise to put the public 'in the driving seat'.

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The Daily Telegraph predicts a VAT rise if Labour stays in power, while the Daily Express reports on the three Labour MP's claiming legal aid to defend their expenses claims in court.

The Daily Mirror, The Sun and the Daily Star follow the trial of Jack Tweed, Jade Goody's widower, who is accused of raping a 20-year-old girl.

The Independent analyses what's next for Poland after the country's governing elite were killed in an air crash.

Papa John's ties up with the Daily Mirror to offer ‘pizza for £1' today  nd The Sun continues its ‘hols from £15' offer, wrapping its promo panel around its masthead.

‘Body & soul' is today's Times pull-out and the Financial Times promotes its ongoing election coverage.

Jeweller Franses Bournemouth advertises on the front of The Daily Telegraph.

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

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