The Guardian leads with bad news for Conservative leader David Cameron as an ICM polls shows he is the least popular leader, having fallen behind Sir Menzies Campbell and prime minister Gordon Brown, 'The swing against Cameron'.
'Police take unnecessary risks pursuing suspects says IPCC', reports the The Daily Telegraph on an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into more than 100 police-linked deaths on the roads.
On the publication of Education at a glance by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD), The Times highlights that spending on education in the UK is below the OECD average and asserts that it has fallen down the league table in regards to secondary education.
The Financial Times insists that governments should focus on reform rather than structures in order to improve performance in education league tables such as these.
The Daily Express attacks Liberal Democrat plans to introduce an amnesty for failed asylum seekers, announced by their home affairs spokesman Nick Clegg. The plans would return the UK into a “resettlement facility”, the paper asserts.