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The Papers: Thursday's front pages

Times columnist Tim Montgomerie and comedian Natalie Haynes joined the BBC News Channel to review Thursday's front pages.

They started with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney's criticism of German austerity which makes the lead for the Times.

The guests then moved on to a story in the Sun about a father of 26 children who claims £46,000 a year in benefits.

Other subjects covered included rapists covering their tracks on social media, encouraging people to report crimes online, and the return to the wild of beavers.

  • 29 Jan 2015
  • From the section UK