The papers report on the continuing migrant crisis.

The Guardian writes of the "deadliest week for Europe-bound asylum seekers in more than a year", while the Daily Mail reports that Britain's lax border controls have been branded a "complete mess" by an expert.

Elsewhere, Ed Miliband could be making a return to the front bench, according to The Times.



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ANTI-DRINK LOBBY DREW UP OFFICIAL SAFETY LIMITS

The panel of experts that helped to reduce Britain's safe drinking levels contained several anti-alcohol lobbyists, an insider has told The Times.

I DARE YOU TO DEPOSE ME, CAMERON TELLS REBELS

David Cameron is to reject demands from Tory rebels that he should set a date for his departure from No 10.

CORBYN'S 'GREAT FRIEND' MILIBAND POISED FOR RETURN TO THE FRONT BENCH

Jeremy Corbyn paved the way for Ed Miliband to join his shadow cabinet yesterday as he praised the record of his "great friend".

 

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TORIES' BREXIT RIFT WIDENS AS REBELS CALL FOR CAMERON EXIT

David Cameron's hopes of being able to avoid terminal damage to Conservative party unity after the EU referendum campaign were dented yesterday when two MPs openly called for a new leader and a general election before Christmas.

700 MIGRANTS FEARED DEAD IN WORST WEEK FOR A YEAR

More than 700 people are believed to have drowned in the Mediterranean last week, the deadliest week for Europe-bound asylum seekers in more than a year.

CANCER SCIENTISTS' PENSIONS INVESTED IN TOBACCO

Scientists funded by Cancer Research UK who spend their lives hunting for cures for the disease are among thousands of academics whose pensions are invested in the tobacco industry, the Guardian can reveal.



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IS PLOT TO BOMB 3 LIONS FANS

Twisted followers of IS mastermind Salah Abdeslam are plotting to bomb England fans at Euro 2016.

SEA OF MIGRANTS

The rescue of 18 Albanians off Kent has sparked fears that UK crime gangs are bringing in migrants across the Channel.

'HARD-UP WORST HIT BY A TAX ON SUGAR'

Hard-up families will be unfairly hit by a sugar tax on fizzy pop but not other sweet drinks such as milkshakes, critics will warn today.

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ETON PROVOST'S THREAT TO TORIES

The provost of Eton College has threatened to resign from the Conservative Party over government plans to make employers ask candidates whether they attended an independent school.

CHEMISTS FACE CLOSURE BY THE THOUSAND AS MINISTERS CUT CASH

Thousands of local chemists could close after the Government said it would withdraw a vital subsidy.

GREEN BELTS WILL BE BURIED UNDER HOUSING IF EU MIGRATION CONTINUES, WARNS GRAYLING

Britain's green fields and countryside will be built over to provide new homes for migrants, a Cabinet minister warns today, as he says migration from Europe will "change the face" of the UK.

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MIRACLE OF THE GORILLA BOY, 4

A gorilla grabs a boy of four who fell into its zoo enclosure as his terrified mum looks on helplessly.

BLAIR HINTS HE COULD REJECT CHILCOT IRAQ WAR REPORT

Tony Blair has signalled he may not accept Sir John Chilcot's Iraq War verdict.

ISAIAH.. BE CALM

The distraught mum of a boy grabbed by a gorilla could only watch and pray as the beast dragged her sobbing son around its zoo compound.

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BRITAIN'S WIDE BY OPEN BORDERS

Britain's lax border controls were branded a 'complete mess' last night as experts warned vast swathes of coastline were wide open to migrants.

ROMAN, ROCCO AND ROHAN ... 200M-TO-1 IDENTICAL TRIPLETS

What are the chances of these three little cherubs falling asleep all together at exactly the right time?

HOW TO BE A CLEVER CLOGS

The next time you raise an eyebrow at the views of your spouse, sibling or friend, keep in mind that they could be making you smarter.

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Jacob Rothschild's investment trust has approached its rival Alliance Trust about a takeover to create a publicly listed company with a market value of more than £5bn.

MOET TEMPTS GLOBAL CONNOISSEURS WITH 300 EUROS WINE MADE ON TIBETAN PLATEAU

When Moet Hennessy unveils its latest top-end wine to its leading international clients next month, it will not be inviting guests to Bordeaux or even to Burgundy.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES LEFT BEHIND AS EU REFERENDUM RHETORIC INTENSIFIES

Few topics seem to have been ignored in an increasingly frenzied EU referendum debate that has covered everything from Hitler to house prices.

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MIGRANT CRISIS IN THE CHANNEL

The horror of people dying as they cross the Mediterranean in flimsy boats is likely to be repeated in the English Channel.

£100M IN LEGAL AID IS WASTED ON CASES THAT NEVER GET TO COURT

More than £100million of taxpayers' money was wasted last year on legal aid for cases that never got to court.

BANK UNVEILS PLASTIC FIVER

A new plastic £5 banknote featuring Sir Winston Churchill will be unveiled this week.