Today's papers report on singer Sir Cliff Richard's fears he will be 'forever tainted' over a false allegation of sexual abuse.
 
The singer was speaking to MPs and peers at a private meeting as part of a campaign to guarantee anonymity for suspects accused of sex crimes.
 
Elsewhere, the Telegraph writes that the Met Office will now be able to forecast the weather a year in advance thanks to a new £97 million supercomputer.

The Times

CAMERON 'WASTED £1BN ON TROUBLED FAMILIES'
 
The government's £1.3 billion scheme to help Britain's most troubled families has had no measurable impact on cutting crime or changing their lives for the better, an official assessment reveals.
 
ARCHAEOLOGY A LEVEL IS NEXT SPECIALIST ARTS SUBJECT TO BE KILLED OFF
 
Some of Britain's leading archaeologists have spoken out against plans to abolish the subject at A level amid concerns about the narrowing of the school curriculum.
 
SUICIDE BOMBERS IN LAST STAND FOR MOSUL
 
The voice of a panicked peshmerga fighter jabbered a single word repeatedly over the radio as a vehicle broke from the smoke-blurred edge of the village and sped across the desert towards the advancing Kurdish units: "Suicider! Suicider! Suicider!" the man yelled.

The Guardian

DATA COLLECTION BY UK SECURITY AGENCIES UNLAWFUL, JUDGES RULE
 
British security agencies have secretly and unlawfully collected massive volumes of confidential personal data, including financial information, on citizens for more than a decade, senior judges have ruled.
 
WOOLFE QUITS 'TOXIC' UKIP AND SAYS PARTY IS IN DEATH SPIRAL
 
Ukip's leadership frontrunner, Steven Woolfe, quit the party last night, warning that it had become ungovernable and was in "a death spiral" without Nigel Farage.
 
MORTAR FIRE AND CLOUDS OF SMOKE POINT WAY TO MOSUL
 
The factory seemed to be abandoned, but the cautious peshmerga troops were not convinced: spotters had identified it as an Islamic State lookout point.

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The Sun

8YR INFLUX
 
A fresh Cabinet row has erupted over a bid to delay the full introduction of a tough immigration system by as much as five years.
 
ANTIQUES RUDESHOW
 
A lady vicar gave Antiques Roadshow fans the willies with a statue that looked to have a giant todger.
 
RUDD'S 'FIB' ON ABUSE PROBE
 
Home Secretary Amber Rudd yesterday confessed she knew that the chief of the troubled child abuse inquiry quit amid allegations of racism.

The Telegraph

FOOTBALL BOSS IN 'PAY TO PLAY' CLAIM
 
A former Premier League manager was accused of making players pay him for a place in the team, a parliamentary hearing into The Daily Telegraph's football investigation has been told.
 
FALSE SEX ACCUSATION WILL TARNISH MY NAME FOREVER, SAYS SIR CLIFF
 
Sir Cliff Richard told MPs and peers he will "forever be tainted" by a false allegation of sexual abuse, as he joined Lady Brittan and Paul Gambaccini in demanding a change in the law to give suspects in sex crimes anonymity before any charge.
 
GET THE WINTER WEATHER A YEAR AHEAD FROM MET OFFICE SUPERCOMPUTER
 
The Met Office has shown it can predict the weather one year in advance with its new £97 million supercomputer.

The Mirror

POLICE FIND BEN'S TOY AT SECRET DUMP
 
A toy car that was almost certainly Ben Needham's has been found by police in Kos.
 
CLIFF: I'M TAINTED FOR EVER
 
Sir Cliff Richard yesterday told peers and MPs how he suffered from depression and anxiety after wrongly being accused of child sex crimes.
 
UKIP'S IN A DEATH SPIRAL ... I QUIT
 
Ukip leadership frontrunner Steven Woolfe has quit the party, saying it is in a post-Brexit referendum "death spiral".

Daily Mail

CLIFF: BBC AND THE POLICE TAINTED MY LIFE FOREVER
 
Cliff Richard last night laid bare his desperate ordeal at the hands of police and the BBC.
 
HOW SPIES BROKE LAW TO SNOOP ON YOUR EMAILS
 
British spies secretly and illegally collected huge volumes of confidential data belonging to millions of citizens.
 
BAD BOY BIEBER MOVES TO UK AND INTO £108K-A-MONTH PARTY PAD!
 
Its sprawling mansions set in immaculate landscaped gardens are home to ageing magnates, foreign diplomats and members of the aristocracy.

The Financial Times

WRITEDOWN OF STAKE IN RBS OPENS £6BN PUBLIC DEBT GAP
 
The government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland is about to be sharply written down in the public accounts, leaving a £6bn to £7bn hole in plans to reduce the burden of debt in next month's Autumn Statement.
 
BROTHERS REUNITED YOUNG MIGRANTS FROM CALAIS 'JUNGLE' ARRIVE IN BRITAIN
 
Haris Ghazi greets his brother with a handshake after arriving in Croydon from the "jungle" camp, where he was among 14 youngsters allowed to travel to the UK yesterday.
 
TRUMP'S SON-IN-LAW SOUNDS OUT MEDIA BANKERS OVER LAUNCHING TV NETWORK
 
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner informally approached one of the media industry's top dealmakers about the prospect of setting up a Trump television network after the presidential election in November.

Express

CHEAPER FOOD AFTER EU EXIT
 
Breaking free of the EU will send the cost of food tumbling, economic experts said yesterday.
 
OH SUSANNA! HAVEN'T WE SEEN THAT DRESS SOMEWHERE BEFORE?
 
Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid looks elegant in this blooming frock - but people could be forgiven for thinking it seems familiar.
 
BRITAIN JOINS FIGHT TO SMASH IS STRONGHOLD
 
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon yesterday insisted that Islamic State are "on the back foot" as Britain joined the battle to free Iraq's second city.

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