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Front pages: 'Historic' Iran deal and bank claims

Guardian front page 25/11/13
Image caption The nuclear deal made between the US and Iran leads Monday's Guardian. The paper says it was made possible by "months of unprecedented secret meetings" running "parallel to official negotiations". The Guardian says the Obama government asked journalists not to report on the meetings until now.
Financial Times 25/11/13
Image caption "Relief rather than euphoria swept through the streets of Tehran," the Financial Times says, when news spread through the Iranian capital of the nuclear deal. The country is facing "rocketing inflation, recession and high unemployment" and the hope is that the easing of international sanctions will help.
Independent front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Independent's front page picture shows a handshake between Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry. The paper hails the first "meaningful accord" between Iran and the West since 1979, but adds: "Now the difficult part begins."
Daily Mail front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Daily Mail leads with news that Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds - both state- owned banks - "have been accused of ruining thousands of small firms by using 'unscrupulous' business practices". The paper's main front page picture is of baking queen Mary Berry bursting out of a cake on Strictly Come Dancing.
i front page 25/11/13
Image caption The i leads with the suggestion that RBS bankers "who forced viable firms to default" should be jailed. The author of the report which made the claims about RBS has recommended "tough penalties over 'systematic and institutional fraud', the paper reports.
Times front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Times also mentions the Iran deal on its front page, but it leads with its own investigation which has found that "drugs and guns are still being sold with impunity on the 'dark internet', despite police claims to have shut down 'the most sophisticated and criminal marketplace'."
Daily Telegraph front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Daily Telegraph is one of several papers to lead with immigration. It says the Home Office "has failed to reject a single request from British employers to hire Bulgarian immigrants since 2007". Bulgaria is a hot topic because controls on migration from there to the UK will be eased in January.
Daily Express front page 25/11/13
Image caption According to the Daily Express, 150,000 of its readers have demanded that those controls - on both Bulgaria and Romania - be kept in place. It says there has been "an incredible surge of support" for its "crusade" to persuade David Cameron to "dismiss the edicts of Brussels" and maintain the restrictions.
Sun front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Sun has more on the London slavery story. Following on from a letter which appeared in several Sunday papers purportedly from one of the alleged victims, the Sun says it is aware of up to 500 letters she sent to a neighbour which it says reveal her "fear" and "torment".
Daily Star front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Daily Star - where reality TV shows collide. The paper leads with news that Sam Faiers, a star of The Only Way Is Essex, won't be making an appearance in I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here. It reports that she had been due to enter the jungle, but "can't face" her ex, Joey Essex, who is already in there.
Daily Mirror front page 25/11/13
Image caption The Daily Mirror reports that Cherie Blair is "outraged" at what it describes as "claims her husband Tony had a secret affair with media boss Rupert Murdoch's stunning wife Wendi Deng". Mr Blair himself, the paper says, "has issued a statement saying it is 'categorically untrue'".

A handshake between Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry is pictured on several front pages.

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