The Papers: Friday's front pages
Liam Halligan, economics correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, and Daily Mirror columnist Susie Boniface joined the BBC News Channel to review the front pages of Friday's papers.
They began by discussing a story which leads several papers, a "bill" for £1.7bn levied by the European Union on the UK, because Britain's economy is doing better than other member states.
The review also covered the Guardian's front-page story that MPs have earned £7.1m from second jobs, Labour's new stance on immigration, and an emergency vaccine for Ebola.
24 Oct 2014
- From the section UK