Today's papers report not one MP stood up for former BHS owner Sir Philip Green and said he should keep his knighthood.
 
Green was labelled a "spiv" and a "bandit" as MPs voted to strip him of the honour.
 
Elsewhere, singer Cheryl Cole has settled her latest divorce in just 14 seconds and claimed her loss of weight was as a result of a miserable marriage.
 

The Times

CRACKDOWN ON RIP-OFF GAMBLING COMPANIES
 
Bookmakers will be brought before the competition watchdog to explain why the industry has been cancelling winning bets and refusing to pay out money to punters, The Times has learnt.
 
WEB CRIMES SENDS VIOLENT OFFENCE TO HIGHEST LEVEL IN 14 YEARS
 
Internet trolling and revenge porn contributed to a 24 per cent rise in violent crime last year, official figures show.
 
SAS VETERAN ACCUSED OF LYING ABOUT HEROICS
 
An SAS veteran who said that his comrades were involved in the "mercy killings" of Iraqi soldiers has been accused of lying and exaggerating his special forces exploits.

The Guardian

HMRC TARGETS EXPLOITATION OF SELF-EMPLOYED
 
Ministers have ordered a crackdown on companies that use large numbers of self-employed or agency workers following an investigation by the Guardian into low pay at delivery company Hermes.
 
JUPPE: BORDER BELONGS TO KENT, NOT CALAIS
 
France must push back its border with Britain from Calais to the Kent coast and stop managing refugees and migrants for the UK, Alain Juppe,the favourite to be France's next president, has told the Guardian.
 
RUSSIAN FLOTILLA TAKES CHANNEL ROUTE ON WAY TO SYRIA
 
A Russian naval taskforce believed to be heading to Syria was heading for the Channel last night, according to the Ministry of Defence, which has dispatched Royal Navy ships to shadow the vessels.

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The Sun

OUT ON HIS EARS
 
The BBC was under pressure to fire Gary Lineker last night after he spread false claims about an Afghan at the centre of the child migrant storm.
 
LE BRUSS OFF
 
Sulking EU leaders tried to isolate Theresa May last night with tough threats if she pushes for a clean "hard Brexit".
 
I RAN MOTOR OVER WIFE'S ANKLE
 
Harry Redknapp yesterday confessed he smashed his wife's ankle by running over her in his Range Rover.

The Telegraph

FARCE OF CHILD MIGRANT FAMILY CHECKS
 
The Home Office is failing to verify whether child refugees have family members in the UK able to look after them before they are brought here from Calais, The Daily Telegraph has learnt.
 
MAY'S CALL TO PUNISH RUSSIA OVER SYRIA
 
Theresa May last night called on EU leaders to impose tough sanctions on Russia over Syria because of its "sickening atrocities" in Aleppo.
 
MPS' STANDARDS CHAIRMAN LET OFF FOR BREAKING RULES ... BY OWN COMMITTEE
 
The MP in charge of policing parliamentary standards breached Commons rules but no further action will be taken, his own committee has decided, prompting questions about the impartiality of their investigation.

The Mirror

SIR SPIV
 
Ex-BHS boss Sir Philip Green was labelled a spiv and a bandit by MPs who demanded he lose his knighthood.
 
BROKEN BRITAIN
 
Tory cuts have led to a 72% rise in A&E admissions for mental health problems.
 
I'VE KILLED A POLICE OFFICER ... I TRIED TO DISSOLVE THE BODY ... SATAN TOLD ME TO
 
A breaking Bad-obsessed crystal meth addict killed a policeman he met on Grindr "because Satan told me to" before trying to dissolve the body in acid, a court heard.

Daily Mail

NOT ONE MP SPOKE UP FOR PHIL THE SPIV
 
Sir Philip Green was facing humiliation last night after MPs voted to strip the 'billionaire spiv' of his knighthood.
 
EU TELLS MAY: NO FREE TRADE DEAL WITHOUT OPEN BORDERS
 
Hostile EU leaders last night warned Theresa May that Britain must continue to let in hundreds of thousands of migrant workers every year if it wants access to the single market.
 
CHERYL: MY MISERABLE MARRIAGE MADE ME THIS THIN
 
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was granted a divorce in only 14 seconds yesterday after she blamed her second husband's "unreasonable behaviour" for her dramatic weight loss.

The Financial Times

TRUMP STOKES FURORE OVER REFUSAL TO VOW HE WILL ABIDE BY POLL RESULT
 
Donald Trump stoked the controversy over whether he would accept the result of next month's presidential election saying he would "accept a clear election result" but would file a legal challenge "in case of a questionable result".
 
GREEN LABELLED A `BILLIONAIRE SPIV' AS MPS VOTE FOR REMOVAL OF KNIGHTHOOD
 
The House of Commons has demanded that Sir Philip Green be stripped of his knighthood, after MPs lined up to denounce the Topshop tycoon as a "billionaire spiv" who was "not particularly good at retail".
 
MAY ENTERS `NEST OF DOVES' AT EU SUMMIT
 
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker kisses Theresa May at an EU summit "family photo" in Brussels yesterday watched by Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi, Greek premier Alexis Tsipras and Irish prime minister Enda Kenny.

Express

NEW DIABETES HEALTH WARNING
 
Just two soft drinks a day doubles the risk of diabetes, research shows.
 
I MAY NOT ACCEPT RESULT OF ELECTION, THREATENS TRUMP
 
Donald Trump joked last night that he will accept the result of the US Presidential election - but only if he wins.
 
UNHAPPY MARRIAGE CAUSED MY RAPID WEIGHT LOSS, SAYS CHERYL
 
Pop star Cheryl has been granted a quickie divorce after revealing that the unhappy marriage caused her dramatic weight loss.

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