The papers: Friday's front pages
Guardian deputy editor Paul Johnson and entrepreneur Shazia Awan joined the BBC News Channel to review Friday's front pages.
They began by discussing the Daily Mail's campaign "victory" which, it says, will see Court of Protection decisions made public.
The pair then spoke about the Guardian's lead, which suggests that the US National Security Agency collected nearly 200 million text messages a day from around the world, extracting location data, credit card details and contact networks.
And they looked at the potential minimum wage rise which features on the front of many newspapers.
- From the section UK