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The papers: Tuesday's front pages

Guardian deputy editor Paul Johnson and former Conservative MP Tim Collins joined the BBC News Channel to review Tuesday's papers.

They began by looking at the Daily Mail's front page, which reports on an attack on Ed Miliband by former Marks and Spencer boss Lord Rose. Labour said it was no surprise that he was being criticised by a Conservative peer.

The pair then also looked at the Daily Telegraph's front page, which says Lord Rose is one of a number of business leaders to have criticised the Labour leader's comments about Boots boss Stefano Pessina "avoiding taxes".

They also look at stories about Prince Charles in the news, notably the Telegraph's suggestion that the prince "almost called off" his marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales.

  • 03 Feb 2015
  • From the section UK