Newspaper review: Papers discuss Cameron pressure

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The latest pressures surrounding the prime minister dominate the agendas of the day's newspapers.

A cartoon in the Daily Telegraph shows David Cameron up to his neck in what is - presumably - very deep water.

Around him are documents relating to his problems - the recession, his dealings with the Murdoch empire, what to do about his culture secretary.

The Daily Mirror attempts to add to the pressure, saying "there's no recession for the filthy rich".

Euro woes

The Financial Times suggests Mr Cameron used Sunday's BBC interview "to shift the emphasis to the eurozone".

The Independent sees "storm clouds" massing over on the Continent.

Binding diverse economies together in the single currency ensured "the greatest financial crisis since the 1930s" says the Times.

It also says starting to get out of it will require the Germans "to make a definitive decision to transfer funds to the indebted economies".

The likelihood that the FA will choose Roy Hodgson to manage England is, according to the Sun, a "bombshell".

A "sensation" says the Daily Star. And that's because, as the Daily Express puts it, the FA has "snubbed... the people's choice" of Harry Redknapp.

The Express also says Hodgson is "vastly experienced and hugely qualified... but something else is required at this particular time".

A "courageous choice" says the Guardian but maybe not "the right one."

Country couples

If it's love you're looking for, then move to the country.

That is how the Daily Mail reads the results of a survey which suggests that nearly 80% of adults in rural Britain have found true love - compared with under 50% of urban dwellers.

Who was the most generous philanthropist in Britain last year?

According to the Independent and the Charity Aid Foundation, it was artist David Hockney. Last year he gave away pictures worth more than £78m.

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