Newspaper review: Fears over global economy examined
The International Monetary Fund's stark warning on the state of the global economy makes several front pages.
While the Independent says UK Chancellor George Osborne has been warned austerity measures might have to be scaled down, to prevent the recovery being stifled.
The Daily Mail likens the Lib Dems to "flat-Earthers, clinging to long-disproved theories" ahead of Nick Clegg's speech at the party conference.
It criticises policies on the euro, the Human Rights Act, and employment law.
The Daily Express has a housing story predicting buyers will once again be able to take advantage of 90% mortgages - along with low interest rates.
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The Daily Telegraph tells us PM David Cameron has written to the National Trust to give "reassurances" over plans to reform the planning system.
It says residents "watched appalled" as a makeshift camp sprang up.
And the Times reports that in India, where 43% of children are malnourished, there has been a big rise in obesity among business and political leaders.
The Financial Times reports on China's space programme - with a front-page picture of a rocket due to be launched in the Gobi desert next week.
It says they plan to build a space station that could be complete by 2020.
"A rubber-burning U-turn" is how the Guardian describes the Met's decision to drop its bid to force the paper to reveal its sources on hacking stories.