Paper Round (3 June) - a look at the day's newspapers

With the Cumbrian shootings dominating press coverage for a second day, The Guardian reports that Downing Street is ruling out "kneejerk" legislation as the prime minister and home secretary visit the region.

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The Times names the 12 victims, shot dead on Wednesday by taxi driver Derrick Bird and the Daily Mail pictures the "ordinary people going about their lives" who he targeted.

The Sun speculates a £100k tax bill "sparked rampage" while The Daily Telegraph reports Bird was part of a "£60,000 tax inquiry" and the Daily Express headlines "family feud fed his hate".

The Daily Star writes victims were on a "hit-list of hate" and The Independent headlines "targeted for vengeance".

A Fifa World Cup DVD is free with The Daily Telegraph tomorrow and The Independent includes its "arts&books" magazine.

Dogs Trust appeals for donations on the cover of The Guardian and Tiffany & Co advertises with The Daily Telegraph.

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