Today's papers report on a landmark legal ruling that allows a terminally ill girl who died of cancer, to have her body cryogenically frozen in the hope she can be "woken up" and cured in the future.

The 14-year-old, who lived in the London area with her mother and had a rare form of cancer, had taken legal action against her father shortly before her death.

Elsewhere, Michelin-starred TV chef Michel Roux Jr has been paying some kitchen staff less than minimum wage, according to the Guardian.

The Times

JUDGE BACKS DYING CHILD'S BID TO HAVE BODY FROZEN

A 14-year-old girl has become the first British child to have her body frozen in the hope of being brought back to life following a landmark legal ruling.

NINE HEALTH SECRETARIES ATTACK GOVERNMENT FOR FAILING MENTALLY ILL

Every health secretary from the past 20 years has condemned the "enduring injustice" faced by patients with mental illness and accused the government of failing to honour pledges to help them.

'I NEVER WANTED TO LEAVE THE HOUSE AGAIN'

Hillary Clinton's first public appearance since her concession speech after the US presidential election was hailed as a show of defiance by supporters yesterday as she cut a markedly different figure from the campaign trail.

The Guardian

HAMMOND TOLD TO HELP FAMILIES 'JUST MANAGING'

Philip Hammond is preparing to offer giveaways to families that are "just about managing" in next week's autumn statement, as the cash-strapped government struggles to make good on Theresa May's promise to improve the lives of ordinary workers.

A £240 MENU - BUT STAFF ON AS LITTLE AS £5.50 AN HOUR

The Michelin-starred TV chef Michel Roux Jr has been paying some kitchen staff at his Mayfair restaurant less than the minimum wage, the Guardian can reveal, while charging more than £60 for a starter.

EVANS VERDICT PROMPTS RAPE EVIDENCE REVIEW

The government has announced a review of the use of rape complainants' sexual history in court cases following concerns that the acquittal of the footballer Ched Evans could deter women from reporting attacks.

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The Sun

DUBAI 'RAPE' GIRL: TRUTH WILL OUT

The Brit arrested after reporting an alleged rape in Dubai declared yesterday: "The truth will out."

BRUSSELS GETS £1.3BN UK AID

Ministers were last night urged to review Britain's mammoth aid budget after it emerged £1.3 billion went to the European Commission last year.

WALKOUT No2 VOW BY JAILERS

Prison officers fed up with violence in jails threatened Justice Secretary Liz Truss with a second strike yesterday.

The Telegraph

GIRL WINS RIGHT TO RETURN FROM THE DEAD

A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer has been cryogenically frozen in the hope that she can be "woken up" and cured in the future after winning a landmark court case in her final days.

CYBER ATTACK ON PHONE GIANT PUTS 6m AT RISK

One of Britain's biggest mobile phone companies has admitted to a major cyber-security breach which could put the personal data of millions of customers at risk.

EU BILLS WILL GO ON AFTER BREXIT, WARNS GERMANY

Germany has warned Britain that it may have to continue to pay EU contributions for a decade after Brexit as Theresa May prepares to meet Angela Merkel in Berlin.

The Mirror

DEAD GIRL, 14, FROZEN ... SO SHE CAN LIVE AGAIN

A schoolgirl cancer victim has been cryogenically frozen in the hope she will one day be brought back to life.

FOOD FIGHT II

Jeremy Clarkson's airport bust-up came moments after he got in a grump over the lack of food in the departure lounge.

UKIP 'MISSPENT EU MONEY ON FARAGE ELECTION BID AND BREXIT'

Ukip's right-wing Brussels group allegedly plunged £386,961 of taxpayers' cash into Nigel Farage's general election and Brexit campaigns, breaking EU rules.

Daily Mail

JAILS TO GET EVEN SOFTER

Strict rules which stop jail inmates from getting too many perks are being ripped up by ministers because they are "too punitive".

BRITISH CANCER GIRL, 14, FROZEN - IN HOPE SHE'LL BE BROUGHT BACK FROM THE DEAD

A girl of 14 is thought to have become the first British youngster to have her body cryogenically frozen - after winning a court battle against her father.

WHY ARE TAXPAYERS FUNDING THE BONUSES OF MP's OFFICE STAFF?

MPs lavished more than £116,000 of taxpayers' cash on staff bonuses last year - with the SNP SNP handing out the biggest slice.

The Financial Times

BERLIN DASHES DOWNING ST HOPES OF EASY PATH TO BREXIT

Germany's finance minister has set out a tough line on EU divorce talks with Britain on issues from tax breaks to exit costs, dashing Downing Street hopes that Berlin would soften Europe's stance on a UK departure from the bloc.

CBI ACCUSED OF FAILING TO PRACTISE WHAT IT PREACHES ON BOOSTING ETHNIC DIVERSITY

The UK's leading business lobby faces accusations of hypocrisy after failing to follow its own recommendations to improve ethnic diversity in British business.

UNIONS JOIN 'GROUND WAR' TO DEFEND LABOUR REBELS

Trade unions that support Labour MPs opposed to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership have joined a "ground war" to fend off deselection threats.

Express

ENERGY BILLS TO RISE AGAIN

Energy firms were last night warned they face a backlash for using Brexit as an excuse to force up household bills.

RAIL FIRMS IN £60m COMPO SCANDAL

Rail companies were paid £60 million more from Network Rail for disruptions than they passed on in compensation to passengers last year, a study found.

JAILS 'MELTDOWN' WILL TAKE MONTHS TO FIX, SAYS TRUSS

The crisis in Britain's prisons will take months to resolve, Justice Secretary Liz Truss conceded yesterday.

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