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The papers: Saturday's front pages

Novelist Dreda Say Mitchell and Britain correspondent for the Economist Ema Hogan joined the BBC News Channel to review the front pages of Saturday's newspapers.

They began by discussing the Daily Telegraph's front-page picture story, concerning threats made on Twitter against athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill, after she said she would want her name removed from a stand named after her by Sheffield United if the club re-signs convicted rapist Ched Evans.

The Daily Telegraph's lead - a warning by the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond that Britain would leave the EU if it wants to secure its borders - was also reviewed.

They also discussed an opinion poll commissioned by the Times which suggest most parents want the government to put into law the minimum age at which children can safely be left at home alone, before moving on to the new leader of the Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon.

  • 15 Nov 2014
  • From the section UK