Paper Round (25 May) - a look at the day's newspapers

LONDON - Chelsea Flower Show brightens up today's papers with a picture of the Queen enjoying the event on the cover of The Times, the Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph, while the latter offers a 12-page supplement on the show.

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The Guardian covers some of the brighter education promises to come out of the Queen's Speech yesterday, headlining ‘2,000 more academies in coalition plan', while also helpfully picturing what the London Underground looks like for ministers facing cuts to personal transport.

The Independent looks in detail at the planned cuts warning of a ‘long hard climb' before Britain's debt is reduced.

The Sun, the Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Times cover the disturbing court case of Britain's youngest sex offenders.

A fatal school bus crash is reported in the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express.

England's football victory over Mexico makes the covers today, with The Sun, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Star reporting the 3-1 win.

Travelodge is hoping to appeal to Brits taking a ‘stay-cation' by advertising its offers with The Daily Telegraph and DFS advertises on the cover of The Guardian.

The Daily Star offers readers a free sandwich from their local Shell garage alongside a summer festival guide while the Daily Mirror continues its free Top Trumps offer.

The Times includes its ‘body&soul' pull out today and the Daily Mail includes its ‘Good Health' supplement.

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