UK

Liam Fox resignation fails to halt Adam Werritty claims

Media playback is unsupported on your device
Media captionA look at the first editions of the UK papers

Liam Fox's resignation appears to have done little to dampen interest in his affairs and those of Adam Werritty.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with a raft of further claims and questions, and devotes a substantial number of inside pages to various aspects of the story.

It says some of the rich donors to the company set up to pursue Dr Fox's foreign policy interests are furious.

The Telegraph and the Sunday Times say donors have complained about being misled about the use of their funding.

The Independent on Sunday claims Mr Werritty was involved with the Israeli intelligence service, Mossad, in a plot to topple the Iranian president.

The Mail on Sunday says a senior Whitehall source said the MoD had been worried Mr Fox and Mr Werritty could be being used as "useful idiots" by Mossad.

The Observer says the affair has lifted the lid on what it calls "hidden Tory links to the American radical right".

It says Mr Fox's resignation will not mark the end of the furore.

The Sunday Times claims the Education Secretary , Michael Gove, is "at war" with Whitehall officials.

Four of his top civil servants are said to have quit the department after being "frozen out of government".

Punishing air taxes will price millions of people out of flying abroad, according to the Sunday Express .

It says research shows most airlines believe the number of passengers will drop by up to 5% in 2012 because of higher Air Passenger Duty.

"They fought like lions - like dragons rather - but it was not to be," says the Telegraph of the Wales rugby team, knocked out of the World Cup by France.

The paper salutes "one of the most heroic performances seen on a sporting field for years" - a performance "which will have made a nation proud".

Several papers focus on Coronation Street legend Betty Driver.

The People says she took the secret of Rovers' Return barmaid Betty Turpin's Lancashire hotpot recipe to the grave.

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites