The papers: Saturday's front pages
Kate Devlin, Westminster correspondent for Glasgow's Herald, joined the DJ and broadcaster Edward Adoo to review the papers for the BBC News Channel.
They began by discussing the Times's lead story, which says the Conservatives are considering stripping benefits from obese people who refuse to diet.
The pair then moved on to the Daily Mirror's front page, which focuses on a judge calling a rape victim "extremely foolish" for getting drunk, and a Daily Telegraph story quoting Church of England bishops arguing in favour of greater European intervention.
14 Feb 2015
- From the section UK