All of today's papers report that RAF Tornados were given the go-ahead to start bombing Islamic State in Syria after MPs voted for Britain to begin military action.Hospitals with more nurses from overseas have worse ratings from patients, a major study has found, reveals The Daily Telegraph.
RAF Tornados have been given the go-ahead to start bombing Islamic State in Syria after MPs voted for Britain to begin military action.
MASSACRE AT DISABLED DAY CENTRE
At least 14 people were killed in a mass shooting during a staff Christmas party at a centre for the disabled in California yesterday.
£830m BORDER WATCHLIST SYSTEM BREAKS DOWN TWICE EVERY WEEK
A key system for checking if travellers are on a watchlist of suspects breaks down at least twice a week, leaving Britain vulnerable to terrorists and criminals entering the country.
David Cameron was preparing last night to send British Tornados into action over the skies of Syria by the weekend, as it appeared certain the Commons would authorise the extension of RAF airstrikes in the Middle East.
BROKEN BORDERS DATABASE 'A GREEN LIGHT FOR ILLEGAL ACTIVITY'
A security database used to identify potential terrorists entering the UK is breaking down twice a week, forcing frontline staff to rely on incomplete intelligence, an official report has revealed.
THE CENSOR IS THE STAR: DIRECTOR IN PYONGYANG SECRETLY FILMS STATE MINDERS
A new documentary on life in North Korea has sparked a diplomatic row after its Russian director used officially sanctioned film shoots to demonstrate the "fake reality" of life in the secretive state.
TORNADOS AT DAWN
RAF air strikes on IS in its Syria heartlands will begin as early as dawn today after MPs gave them a resounding green light.
ANOTHER 500,000 REFUGEES ON THE WAY
A "secret deal" to resettle 500,000 Syrian refugees from Turkey throughout the EU has been struck by Brussels, Hungary's PM insisted yesterday.
ROVERS TO RETURN
Corrie's new boss wants to bring back a host of old favourites including Helen Flanagan, Georgia Taylor and Keith Taylor.
THE VOICE OF DEFIANCE
Hilary Benn last night spearheaded a show of defiance against Jeremy Corbyn as scores of Labour MPs backed air strikes against Isil in Syria following his call to "confront this evil".
FOREIGN NURSES 'HURTING PATIENT CARE'
Hospitals with more nurses from overseas have worse ratings from patients, a major study has found.
PROTECT YOUNG FROM JUNK FOOD ADVERTISING, SAYS NHS CHIEF
Britain needs to take a "more assertive stance" on advertising and marketing of junk food to children, the head of the NHS has said.
RAF warplanes were last night poised to blitz IS in Syria after MPs backed David Cameron's call for airstrikes.
MUMS WHO PUT ON WEIGHT RAISE RISK OF STILLBIRTH
Mums who gain as little as a stone after the birth of their first child put their second baby at greater risk of dying, a study has shown.
PEACHES HAD £450,000 DEBTS
Peaches Geldof owed about £450,000 at the time of her death from a drug overdose, the Mirror can reveal.
SO AFTER THE BOMBS, WHAT COMES NEXT?
Primed and ready for war, an RAF Tornado takes off in readiness for bombing raids over Syria later today.
BENN BLASTS CORBYN WITH A PASSIONATE CALL TO CONFRONT IS
Hilary Benn accused Jeremy Corbyn of abandoning Labour's anti-fascist traditions yesterday as he made a passionate case for military action in Syria.
WOULD YOU PAY £387 TO SPEND NIGHT WITH THE LIONS OF LONDON ZOO?
Forget exotic safaris or jungle trails - soon a sleepover with a pride of lions will be just a train journey away.
THE ROAD TO RAQQA
RAF warplanes will begin bombing Isis targets across Syria as soon as tonight after Parliament gave David Cameron the green light to escalate British military involvement in the region's conflict.
MIGRANT MAY HAVE BEEN PUSHED OFF TRAIN, FAMILY CLAIM AT INQUEST
A Sudanese man who sustained devastating head injuries as he tried to get into the UK on a freight train through the Channel Tunnel may have been pushed to his death, his family have claimed.
£830m UK BORDER CONTROL PROGRAMME 'FAILING TO DELIVER VALUE FOR MONEY'
An £830m Home Office project to shore up UK border controls has run four years over schedule and failed to deliver "value for money" for taxpayers, the spending watchdog has said.
YELLEN SIGNALS US ECONOMY IS STRONG ENOUGH FOR A RATE RISE
The US economy had "recovered substantially" from the post-crisis recession and was set for further growth and firmer inflation, Janet Yellen said, as she laid the groundwork for the first upward move in official interest rates since 2006.
McDONALD'S FACES BRUSSELS PROBE OVER 'SWEETHEART' TAX DEALS IN LUXEMBOURG
The European Commission is poised to launch a formal investigation into alleged tax avoidance by McDonald's in Luxembourg as Europe steps up its fight against aggressive corporate tax planning.
CAMERON RALLIES SUPPORT TO LAUNCH AIR STRIKES IN SYRIA
David Cameron was set to win parliamentary support last night for plans to extend UK air strikes against Isis to Syria, with dozens of Labour MPs expected to defy Jeremy Corbyn and vote alongside the prime minister.
BRITAIN IS AT WAR IN SYRIA
RAF warplanes will unleash their might against IS targets in Syria as early as today after MPs voted last night for airstrikes.
FOREIGN CRIMINALS TO LOSE 'STAY IN UK' RIGHT
Foreign criminals and terrorists will find it more difficult to use the "right to family life" defence to avoid deportation when the human rights law is overhauled, it was revealed yesterday.
LABOUR IS ROCKED BY BY-ELECTION TAX ROW
The Labour candidate in the crucial Oldham West and Royton by-election was embroiled in a row over tax avoidance yesterday.