Tony Blair's memoirs dominate coverage in the press
- 1 September 2010
- From the section UK
The extracts from Tony Blair's memoirs, A Journey, are the lead for most of the day's newspapers, and the coverage also spills onto the inside pages.
The Daily Telegraph has a picture of him and his successor looking in different directions.
It carries the headline, "Gordon Brown tried to blackmail me, says Blair".
The Independent's headline: "Journey's End", is a play on the title of Tony Blair's book.
It says Mr Blair has finally broken his silence on the tension between him and Gordon Brown during their time together in Downing Street.
The headline the paper chooses to demonstrate its point is: "Crocodile tears - and still no apology".
The Daily Mirror has announced, as its main story, that it is backing David Miliband to become the next leader of the Labour Party.
It believes he has the "intellect, talent and experience" to take on the Conservatives - and eventually become prime minister.
It says he is the only candidate who can respond to the coalition's plans to reduce the deficit.
A study suggests millions of women admit to telling white lies to their children to coax them into eating healthy foods.
These include "carrots will help you see in the dark" or "crusts will make your hair curl".