Newspaper review: Iran nuclear leap prompts concern
Iran's announcement of what it described as major advances in its nuclear programme prompts widespread concern in Thursday's papers.
The Times says the breakthrough would put Tehran "one step away from the Bomb", though the Iranian authorities deny working on nuclear weapons.
It fears Tehran may be giving succour to those who argue force is the only language the regime there understands.
A speech by the Queen at Lambeth Palace attracts widespread attention.
It is the front page story in the Times, which describes it as being the Queen's "strongest defence of the Church of England".
The Daily Express believes she was "quite right" to speak up for the role of Christianity in British public life.
The latest developments in the crisis enveloping Rupert Murdoch's newspapers are widely reported.
The Independent says some journalists at the Sun are considering taking legal action against their employer using the Human Rights Act.
Sun journalists claim News Corp passed information about their sources to the police mounting a corruption inquiry.
Under the headline "Wenger is done four", the Daily Star says the team were "totally outclassed".
The Times says the veteran midfielder may be "United's man for the future".