Front pages: PM's China visit and crash victims

Daily Telegraph 2/12/13
Image caption "More than a thousand care home residents died of thirst or while suffering severe dehydration in the past decade," the Daily Telegraph reports. Its main image is a composite picture of the three people - two police officers and a pilot - who were on board the doomed helicopter which crashed in Glasgow.
Guardian front page 2/12/13
Image caption The Guardian also carries pictures of four of the helicopter crash victims, but its lead story concerns David Cameron's trip to China this week. It says the PM will arrive with "effusive praise" for Beijing and a promise to act "as China's strongest advocate in the west".
Sun front page 2/12/13
Image caption The Sun says it understands that David Traill, the helicopter pilot, helped with Prince William's training. He "planned Chinook sessions for Wills at RAF Odiham", it reports. The Sun also has an I'm A Celebrity story on its front page.
Daily Mail front page 2/12/13
Image caption The Daily Mail has more on a story which broke on Sunday about an Italian woman "ordered to give up her baby after a forced caesarean" while visiting Britain. It also asks questions about David Cameron's trip to China and his decision to take Apprentice star and businesswoman Karren Brady with him.
Times front page 2/12/13
Image caption Beneath a picture of a young girl at a candlelight vigil for the Glasgow victims, the Times has an interesting story on a "sudden surge" in muggings, burglary and theft. The paper says the "era of falling crime could be at an end" and police chiefs have been "summoned" to a Whitehall meeting to discuss the trend.
Independent front page 2/12/13
Image caption The Independent leads with an accusation that the government "is attempting to manipulate official figures to bring down fuel poverty". It says the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee claims a clause in the Energy Bill will cut the number of fuel poor "from 3.2 million to 2.4 million overnight".
i front page 2/12/13
Image caption Same story in sister paper the i - that 800,000 will be "lifted" out of fuel poverty overnight thanks to the new definition. David Cameron's China visit and the latest on the helicopter crash are also trailed on the front page.
Financial Times 2/12/13
Image caption The Financial Times says British industry is warning "that green taxes are pushing it to 'crisis point'". The paper says firms such as Tata Steel and Ineos say the levies are "putting their UK plants at a competitive disadvantage to European rivals". Elsewhere, the front page also discusses the PM's China visit.
Daily Mirror front page 2/12/13
Image caption The Daily Mirror reports that Louise Woodward, the British nanny who was jailed for killing a baby in her care in the US, is expecting her first child. The paper quotes an unnamed "pal" of Ms Woodward who says: "She's always wanted a baby."
Daily Express front page 2/12/13
Image caption It only seems like five minutes since it predicted the last one, but the Daily Express says we're in for another "polar plunge" which "could bring snow across much of Britain by Friday". The paper's front page picture is the late Princess Diana and claims that her "death probe" was a "whitewash".
Daily Star front page 2/12/13
Image caption Anyone following the last few days of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here news provided by the Daily Star will not be surprised to see its latest update on Monday's front page. As we suspected: "Jungle hunk Joey Essex is 'faking' his romance with Amy Willerton to help boost his chances of winning."

After a Sunday in which one story - the helicopter crash - dominated the papers, Monday's front pages are more of a mixed bag.