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Front pages reviewed: Wednesday 23 March

Sorry I haven’t blogged for a few days, work commitments. The papers are divided between previews of Wednesday’s Budget and the latest updates from Libya, with the Mail and Times going for the former and the Guardian, Telegraph and Indy favouring the latter. In the case of the Times they have a decent sized scoop/leak, whereas the Mail they have some very dubious looking stats.

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Front pages reviewed at midnight: Wednesday 23 February 2011

A bizarre feeling of deja vu every night at the moment. Again the Times, Indy and Guardian try to tell the story of Libya without having a correspondent there while the Telegraph makes a point of ignoring the story.

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Front pages reviewed at midnight: Tuesday 15 February 2011

The Indy, Times and Telegraph lead with a new report by the NHS Ombudsman, the Guardian has an exclusive about environmentalists and the Mail moans about councillors’ pay.

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Front pages reviewed at midnight: Monday 14 February 2011

The Telegraph and The Times battle it out for the best defence cuts story, The Indy has the aftermath of Egypt, the Guardian has the man who trained the 7/7 bombers being released and the Mail leads with illegal immigrants claiming benefits.

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Front pages reviewed at midnight: Friday 11 February 2011

The word of the night is surely ‘clings’ with the Times, the Indy and The Guardian all using it in their headline. The Telegraph and The Mail stick with their policies of ignoring Egypt, with the Telegraph going with state school pupils at top universities and The Mail declaring victory over Europe.

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Front pages reviewed: Thursday 10 February 2011

The Times and The Guardian have Egypt, The Daily Mail launches a campaign to urge MPs to vote against the prison vote bill, The Telegraph has NHS reforms and The Indy again leads with phone hacking.

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Front pages reviewed at midnight: Friday 4 February 2011

The Guardian and the Indy are desperate not to put Egypt on the front page but have nothing better to replace it with, while The Times goes the other way and bumps Egypt up. The Telegraph continues to revel in its Wikileaks dump.

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