THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES
UKIP is in chaos after one of the party’s MEPs was punched by a colleague at the European Parliament.
Steven Woolfe is being kept in hospital overnight but has said he is feeling brighter and happier, after initial reports he was in a serious condition.
:: Daily Mail
Mr Woolfe had two seizures after being punched.
:: The Guardian
Diane Abbott has been given a top job in Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet reshuffle.
:: Daily Telegraph
The paper leads on an exclusive investigation into links between Scotland Yard and a private firm.
:: The Times
The Government is considering banning daytime TV adverts for gambling companies.
:: Daily Mirror
Sir Cliff Richard has launched legal action against the BBC and South Yorkshire Police after being investigated following sex assault allegations.
:: The Sun
The Big Six energy companies are denying some customers the cheapest deals, according to an investigation by the paper.
:: Daily Express
The Government intends to give a boost to savers within weeks.
:: Financial Times
The Government has overruled local objections and cleared the way for fracking at a site in Lancashire.
:: Daily Star
The paper has a story about the rape trial of footballer Ched Evans.
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