The papers report that a "postcode lottery" in dementia care means up to four times as many patients receive poor care in some parts of the country as those in other areas.

NHS officials waved through medicine price rises of up to 600 per cent with no questions asked, according to The Times.

Elsewhere, former Premier League footballer Dalian Atkinson has become the third person to die after being shot with a Taser this year, leading to fresh concerns about increased police use of the stun guns.

The Times

ALARM OVER TASERS AFTER POLICE KILL FOOTBALL STAR

A former Premier League footballer has become the third person to die after being shot with a Taser this year, leading to fresh concerns about increased police use of the stun guns.

NHS FAILURE ON MEDICINE PRICES COSTS PUBLIC £125M

NHS officials waved through medicine price rises of up to 600 per cent with no questions asked, according to a cache of emails seen by The Times.

VOLKSWAGEN FACES US CRIMINAL CASE OVER EMISSIONS SCANDAL

Investigators at the US Justice Department have found evidence of criminal wrongdoing in Volkswagen's diesel-emissions cheating scandal and are negotiating a settlement with the German carmaker that is expected to result in charges and financial penalties.

The Guardian

BREXIT EFFECT TO SNUFF OUT GAINS FOR UK WORKERS

The damage to the economy caused by Brexit will more than offset the modest wage gains for British-born workers in low-paid jobs that would be caused by cutting net immigration to tens of thousands a year, a study has found.

POPPY SELLERS IN REVOLT OVER LEGION PLANS

The Royal British Legion, the welfare charity for armed forces veterans and their families, faces a revolt from thousands of its volunteer poppy sellers amid an ongoing row over controversial plans to close down its women's section.

£1M FOR SPORTS DIRECT STAFF

Thousands of Sports Direct warehouse workers are set to receive back pay totalling about £1m after the retailer admitted breaking the law by not paying the national minimum wage.

The Sun

VILLA ACE TASERED TO DEATH

Tragic footballer Dalian Atkinson died after police tasered him three times.

TOM'S ROM COM BOND BOMB

Tom Hiddleston has further hurt his chances of being 007 after admitting he wants to star in a romcom.

CRIPES! BOJO RUNNING UK

Boris Johnson finally got his hands on the levers of power last night - as No.10 revealed he is covering for the PM while she is on holiday in Switzerland.

The Telegraph

SCANDAL OF DEMENTIA CARE LOTTERY

A "postcode lottery" in dementia care means up to four times as many patients receive poor care in some parts of the country as those in other areas.

'PENALTY POINTS' LEAVE TAXPAYERS AT RISK OF PAYING REPEAT FINES

The taxman has unveiled plans for a new "penalty points" regime that will see small businesses and the self-employed being given repeated fines if they fail to submit their returns on time.

THIS NEW BAKE-OFF BATCH IS OVEN READY

It was once the preserve of talented part-timers and amateur bakers, but six years after the start of The Great British Bake Off, the BBC show's newest contestants clearly mean business.

The Mirror

JOHNNY DEPP CUTS OFF FINGER IN JEALOUS RAGE

Johnny Depp sliced off the top of his finger in a jealous rage after accusing his wife of cheating.

FORMER TOP FOOTBALLER DIES AFTER FAMILY ARGUMENT

Dalian Atkinson "went down like a lead balloon" after being tasered by police, witnesses said.

VISITED BY GHOST OF MY SON

Kym Marsh claims she was visited by the ghost of son Archie as she marked the anniversary of his death.

Daily Mail

DEMENTIA CARE LOTTERY EXPOSED

Dementia patients are being left in healthcare 'black spots', an official report will say today.

KISS AND A WEDDING FOR OUR NEW OLYMPIC GOLDEN GIRL

Dressage rider Charlotte Dujardin won a third Olympic gold on her 'super horse' yesterday - and then promised her long-term fiance they would finally get married.

THE DESSERTY DOZEN...

One is an Oxford graduate who has lost nearly five stone but loves baking, another is a PE teacher who whips up cakes and bread in her pyjamas.

The Financial Times

SANTANDER LEADS HIGH STREET BANKS IN SLASHING RATE ON CURRENT ACCOUNT

Santander UK is to halve the interest rate on one of its most popular accounts in a move other banks are expected to follow as they adjust to ultra-low rates and economic uncertainty triggered by the Brexit vote.

NO MEAN FEET - BOLT FLIES FLAG FOR JAMAICA

Usain Bolt salutes the crowd after winning gold in the 100m final in Rio, becoming the first man to win the Olympic title three times a confirming his status as the greatest sprinter in history.

WILLIAM HILL REBUFFS SECOND £3BN-PLUS MERGER OFFER FROM RIVALS RANK AND 888

UK bookmaker William Hill rejected a second £3bn-plus bid by two of its smaller rivals, Rank Group and 888 Holdings, yesterday, saying that it could not engage in an offer "based on risk, debt and hope".

Express

BRITAIN'S ASYLUM SEEKER MADNESS

The chaos behind Britain's immigration system has been laid bare.

NEW DOZEN BRACED FOR BAKING BATTLE

The Great British Bake Off returns next week with presenter Mary Berry saying she has already achieved her goal.

EX-FOOTBALLER STAR DALIAN DIES AFTER BEING TASERED BY POLICE 'FIVE TIMES'

Former Premier League football star Dalian Atkinson died yesterday after being shot with a 50,000-volt police Taser.