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Newspaper review: Fallout of eurozone deal

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Media captionA look at the first editions of the UK papers

Speculation about the eurozone debt crisis is rife after France and Germany called for a new EU treaty.

David Cameron is "in a fix", according to the Times, which says Conservative wounds have been exposed after the PM ruled out a British referendum.

The Sun talks of a Tory civil war, with Mr Cameron accused of ducking a chance to win back powers from Brussels.

The marginalisation of Mr Cameron is a threat to Britain's national interest, according to the Daily Mirror.

'Particularly cynical'

HSBC's record fine for mis-selling investments to elderly customers is the Daily Mail's lead. It says thousands were lured into gambling their life savings.

The Daily Express calls it "particularly cynical and unpleasant".

Meanwhile, the Daily Telegraph reports on a new scheme enabling women to request the "morning-after" pill by phone and have it delivered free.

Critics compared the initiative by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service to dialling for a pizza, the paper says.

First snowfalls

The Archbishop of Canterbury tells the Guardian riots could happen again unless more is done to "rescue those who think they have nothing to lose".

Dr Rowan Williams links the disorder this summer to "massive economic hopelessness" and youth unemployment.

The first big snowfalls of the season adds a wintry touch to some of the front pages. The Mirror shows a picture of snowy countryside in County Durham.

The Times has a picture postcard shot of a man and his dog in West Lothian.

'Load of rubbish'

Finally, there is nothing like the Turner Prize to divide opinion.

The Independent found Martin Boyce's winning entry "rather gorgeous" and the Guardian "extremely beautiful".

But above a picture of one of the artist's creations - a wonky bin - the Daily Mail's headline read: "A load of rubbish wins the Turner Prize (again)".

The Telegraph thinks the judges have delivered a slap in the face of popular taste. It wanted George Shaw to win for his "good old-fashioned" oil paintings.

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