Newspaper review: Papers reflect on Burma election
A colourful picture of supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi appears on the front of the Independent.
"At last! Jubilation in Burma," the paper says following reports she has won a seat in the national parliament.
The Guardian says "the streets of Rangoon echoed with cheers" as supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi "crowded the pavements in their thousands".
"Aung San Suu Kyi will now be difficult for the military rulers to silence," says the Times.Popularity ratings
The Daily Telegraph says Conservative MPs have warned David Cameron and George Osborne that they must make major changes to the way they run the government and the party.
Number 10 has apparently told the paper there will be "no big change" in the way the prime minister does business.
According to the Daily Mail, the three main party leaders are now collectively the least popular in history.
A polling expert tells the paper: "What we are seeing is quite exceptional."Health trial
The Daily Mail claims babies are being given medication in the womb in an attempt to prevent them being born obese.
Dangerously overweight mothers-to-be have apparently started taking a diabetes drug during their pregnancy.
The paper says the doctors behind the controversial NHS trial believe obesity is reaching epidemic proportions.
In the Daily Express, there is a report that scientists have found a gene that could protect against type 2 diabetes.Petrol fumes
The Sun rounds on Foreign Secretary William Hague for defending the way the government has handled the possibility of a strike by fuel tanker drivers.
"He must have been sniffing petrol fumes," the paper says.
The Daily Mirror accuses David Cameron of "furtive scheming" in the hope of orchestrating a "Thatcher moment" - and calls it an "utter disgrace".
The coalition has made a "total pig's ear" of it all, according to the Daily Express.