Paper Round (2 June) - a look at the day's newspapers

The Guardian today promotes its free website on its front cover in response to The Times' trailing of its soon-to-be paid-for online offering, while Israel and BP continue to feature high up the news agenda.

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The Guardian describes Guardian.co.uk as as 'The world's best news website. Free this month and every month'.

The Times, which does not promote its website today, leads on oil giant BP's promise to pay $10bn to clean up the oil leak still threatening American shores.

The Daily Express claims the disaster will impact UK pensions as BP shares plummet and The Independent asks ‘how much worse can it get for BP?'.

The Sun splashes on Theo Walcott being dropped from England's World Cup squad, which puts a spanner in the works for Marks & Spencer who are running an ad campaign featuring the player.

Israel is put under pressure to launch an enquiry into the deaths aboard the Gaza bound ship which was attacked as it brought aid and passengers to the country, reports The Guardian.

The Daily Mail follows up reports on the pay of civil servants, claiming they face a 20% rise in bonuses, while The Daily Telegraph reports patients will be questioned about alcohol intake.

DFS continues its long-running ad campaign with The Guardian and Carpetright launches an offer with the Daily Express and Daily Star.

Sartoriani advertises its suits with The Daily Telegraph and the paper launches a fantasy football league with £30,000 up for grabs.

The Times includes its Fashion magazine today and the Daily Mail includes its ‘Money Mail' pull out.

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