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The Papers: Saturday's front pages

Author Ian Leslie and media commentator Neil Wallis discuss the morning's papers for the BBC News Channel.

First on their list is the Daily Telegraph's lead story which concerns the leader of the Countryside Alliance who has told the paper the RSPCA has become a "sinister and nasty" organisation.

They also consider the links between the front pages of the Daily Mail, Times and Guardian - the three papers respectively splash on concerns about overcrowding in England, new human rights legislation being pushed by Brussels and criticism of David Cameron's handling of the UK Independence Party.

  • 28 Dec 2013
  • From the section UK