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The papers: Tuesday's front pages

Isabel Hardman of the Spectator, Torcuil Crichton of the Daily Record and in Glasgow, Richard Walker of the Sunday Herald joined the BBC news channel to review the front pages.

They began by discussing the investigation into the "Trojan Horse" claims that hardline Muslims were trying to take over schools in Birmingham.

They moved on to Education Secretary Michael Gove's proposals to promote British values at the heart of every school.

Then they spoke about the referendum on Scottish independence, with the passing of 100 days of campaigning.

  • 10 Jun 2014
  • From the section UK