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The papers: Friday's front pages

Broadcaster Henry Bonsu and former trade minister Lord Digby Jones joined the BBC News Channel to review the papers.

They began by discussing a story in the Times that a London flat has sold for £140m, before moving on to the i's front page report about judge Constance Briscoe, who faces jail for perverting the course of justice.

The pair also examined the Daily Mirror's front page about Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson "begging forgiveness" for seeming to use a racist term on film and a Financial Times story suggesting China tried to hide the fact that data showed its economy was about to become the world's biggest.

  • 02 May 2014
  • From the section UK
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