Daily Telegraph:Sketch writer Michael Deacon marvels at the use of grammar by Labour's Nic Dakin and tries to hear Ed Miliband, despite his sore throat. He goes on to dissect Labour's demands for a more "full" apology by Lord Freud.
Mail Online: Political editor Matt Chorley calls Ed Miliband's remarks about Lord Freud at PMQs "explosive", adding that his colleague at the Department for Work and Pensions, Esther McVey, sought to "distance" herself.
The Mirror: Nigel Nelson delivers his verdict on PMQs: "Score draw on the insult front, I'd say. Lord Freud's problem was more serious. So serious it might prove terminal for his political career."
The Independent: Conservative MPs and charity bosses are quoted criticising Lord Freud. Among them, Clare Pelham, chief executive of Leonard Cheshire Disability, calls his remarks "deeply saddening and ill-informed".