Today's papers report that Donald Trump was branded a racist demagogue, a buffoon and a "wazzock" yesterday as MPs debated whether to ban the Republican presidential candidate from the UK.

The Guardian reports that Britain urgently needs a new political consensus on paying for elderly and social care, and the debate on funding should consider the value of people's pensions and homes, the boss of the NHS has said.

The Daily Telegraph reports that the end of the 'test tube baby' could be in sight after British doctors launched a new form of IVF that allows conception to take place in the womb, like a natural pregnancy.

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WOMEN CHARGED MORE ON 'SEXIST' HIGH STREET

High Street stores are charging women up to twice as much as men for practically identical products, an investigation by The Times has found.

NEW OXFORD BATTLE TO BREAK LINKS WITH RHODES

Students at a second Oxford University college have joined a campaign to whitewash the legacy of Cecil Rhodes.

PM JOINS CALLS FOR BRAMALL APOLOGY

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Metropolitan police commissioner, was under growing pressure last night to apologise to Lord Bramall after the prime minister intervened in the row.
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NHS BOSS CALLS FOR NEW DEAL TO CARE FOR THE OLD

Britain urgently needs a new political consensus on paying for elderly and social care, and the debate on funding should consider the value of people's pensions and homes, the boss of the NHS has said.

CAMERON UNDER FIRE AS 1,000 MORE STEEL JOBS AXED

The government faced renewed calls to tackle the crisis engulfing the British steel industry yesterday after the UK's largest steelmaker said it would make more than 1,000 job cuts.

MPS SPLIT OVER BANNING TRUMP FROM UK

Donald Trump was branded a racist demagogue, a buffoon and a "wazzock" yesterday as MPs debated whether to ban the Republican presidential candidate from the UK.

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CRACKSHOT PROBED BY CRACKPOTS

A British sniper is being probed for killing an Iraqi who was about to fire a grenade - because he did not shout a warning.

SADIE'S KILL COPS IN LOVE RIVAL LINK

A murdered businesswoman may have had a younger love rival who she never knew about, it was feared last night.

CAM SLAMMED OVER EU SHAM

David Cameron has refused for four months to consult a special Europe "cabinet" he set up amid huge fanfare - and is accused of abandoning it.

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CAMERON WILL BACK MUSLIM VEIL BAN

Muslim women can be banned from wearing veils in schools, courts and other British institutions, David Cameron has said.

NEW IVF HERALDS END OF THE 'TEST TUBE BABY'

The end of the 'test tube baby' could be in sight after British doctors launched a new form of IVF that allows conception to take place in the womb, like a natural pregnancy.

SON ANGRY AT BRAMALL CLAIMS

The man who made baseless accusations of child abuse against Field Marshal Lord Bramall should no longer be allowed to "hide in the shadows", the war veteran's son has said.

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STEM CELL MIRACLE

A revolutionary stem cell trial in Britain has helped paralysed MS patients walk again.

STEEL HEARTS ARE BREAKING

Devastated steel workers said they had been betrayed by the Government as Tata announced more than 1,000 jobs would go.

PM: SEX ROW PEER 'SERVED WITH HONOUR'

David Cameron waded into the row over Lord Bramall but stopped short of calling on police to apologise.

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HOSPITALS' DEMENTIA BETRAYAL

Dementia patients face 'Russian roulette' in hospital because of shocking care standards, a report warns today.

NO HELP FOR WOMEN BORN IN 50S CAUGHT UP IN PENSION TRAP

Women losing out on thousands of pounds because of the rising state pension age will get no help from the Government, the
Pensions Minister said last night.

JILTED BRIDE SELLS UP, GOES ROUND WORLD ... AND LANDS A BOOK DEAL!

Jilted weeks before her £20,000 wedding, it seemed the worst day of Katy Colins's life.

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A CONTEMPT FOR DEMOCRACY

Ministers are today accused of "waging war" on Parliament by using a little-known device to push through profound and controversial changes to Britain's laws without proper debate or scrutiny.

'WEAK' CAMERON BLAMED AS 1,000 STEEL JOBS GO

David Cameron's "cheerleading" for trade deals with China was blamed yesterday for another devastating blow to the steel community, as more than 1,000 jobs were axed at Tata Steel plants.

WARSI ATTACKS PM'S 'LAZY' LANGUAGE PLAN FOR MIGRANTS

David Cameron has said that there should be "obligations" to learn English placed upon "people who come to our country" and settle in the UK.

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CHINESE STEEL IMPORTS PUSH MILLS TO BRINK OF 'CATASTROPHE'

Union leaders have warned the government that Britain's steel industry faces "catastrophe" unless ministers block Chinese attempts to achieve "market economy status" at the World Trade Organisation later this year.

OPEC FIRES WARNING AS IRAN SURGES BACK INTO WORLD'S GLUTTED OIL MARKET

Iran stormed back into the oil market yesterday, ordering an immediate sharp increase in production and prompting warnings from fellow Opec members that it risks prolonging the biggest price crash in a decade.

GREATER LOVE HAS NO DEUTSCHE BANKER THAN TO LAY DOWN BONUS FOR A JUNIOR

Deutsche Bank is taking a new approach in the battle to retain junior talent: some managing directors are planning to make small cuts to their own bonuses so they can pay their subordinates more.

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DEATH OF THE DECENT PENSION

Millions of workers will miss out on gold-plated final salary pensions with nearly every fund expected to be axed by next year.

PLAN TO TEACH ENGLISH TO MUSLIMS 'MISGUIDED AND LAZY' SAYS TORY BARONESS

A threat to kick foreign Muslim women out of Britain if their English is not good enough plunged David Cameron into a bitter row yesterday.

RISQUE SCENES THAT MADE TUPPENCE THE NAUGHTIEST STAR ON TV

It has already been dubbed "Phwoar and Peace" after a number of increasingly racy scenes.