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Farewell Linda and paralysis 'cure'

The Mirror leads with a quote from the husband of actress Linda Bellingham, who has died after battling colon cancer. The 66-year-old was "cheerful to the end", the paper reports. It also has a quote from Coleen Nolan, Bellingham's co-panellist on ITV show Loose Woman, who said "she was brilliant".

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Image caption The Independent goes with pioneering work by an Anglo-Polish team which has seen a man with a severed spine walk again. The doctors have used specialist human cells to repair damaged nerves and bridge a severed cord. The paper says the work offers hope to millions of people paralysed by spinal injury.
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Image caption The Independent's sister paper, i, pictures the Polish man who is the first person to be treated with the new technique. It reports the former firefighter was paralysed from the chest down but has recovered feeling and mobility. And as ex-Hurricane Gonzalo approaches, bottom left is a listicle of the 10 best raincoats.
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Image caption The Times leads with the same story as the Independent. It says the Polish spinal patient who benefited from the new treatment has not only learned to walk with a frame, but also driven a car and been hunting. Its second front-page lead concerns the knock-on effects of a fire at Didcot B power station in Oxfordshire.
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Image caption The Daily Mail says "thousands" of Welsh people are moving to England to "flee" the country's NHS. The Mail has launched a campaign to expose "failings" in the Labour-run health service in Wales. It claims the party has delayed a major international inquiry into the service until after the next general election.
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Image caption Retired home owners are borrowing a total of £4m a day through equity release to fund their retirement and help their grandchildren, the Daily Telegraph says. Singer Joss Stone is pictured among the ceramic poppy installation at the Tower of London. She will record this year's Poppy Appeal song No Man's Land.
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Image caption The Daily Express leads on what it terms the "crazy" advice that older people should heat just one room of their home to 18C this winter. The paper quotes the charity Age UK saying "turning up the heating is not an option for many older people struggling with high energy bills".
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Image caption Glamour model Katie Price - also known as Jordan - illustrates the Sun's front-page story which reports 1,500 British women have suffered from "exploding" breast implants in the last two years. The paper quotes a doctor who believes that a trend towards oversize implants, which are at greater risk of rupturing, is to blame.
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Image caption The FT leads on warnings US computing giant IBM needs "drastic" changes to keep up with the move to "cloud" computing. Its picture lead shows Turkish soldiers looking at the Syrian border town of Kobane amid reports Ankara will let Iraqi Kurds across its territory to join Syrian Kurds fighting Islamic State militants.
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Image caption The Metro pictures former Sheffield United striker Ched Evans walking with his girlfriend following the footballer's release from prison after serving half a five-year sentence for rape. The paper alleges that supporters of the former Welsh international have revealed the new identity of his victim.
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Image caption X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini claims she is being "stressed out" by the ITV show's boss Simon Cowell. The paper's front page also reflects on the severe weather expected to hit the UK on Tuesday as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo sweeps in from the Atlantic bringing strong winds and driving rain.