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The papers: Tuesday's front pages

Public affairs executive Tim Collins and Guardian deputy editor Paul Johnson reviewed the papers for the BBC News Channel.

They began by discussing the Daily Mail's front page, suggesting that the Police Federation - the officers' union - hired a PR firm to advise it on using "guerrilla tactics" against ministers.

The pair then moved on the Times's front page, which says Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into claims the Muslim Brotherhood has been organising terror attacks in Egypt from the UK. Later, they discussed some of the papers' April Fool stories.

  • 01 Apr 2014
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