Newspaper review: Charity donation tax relief cap row continues
Several papers cover the continuing row over the proposed cap on tax relief for charitable dontations.
The People carries a report from Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who argues that it's not right that some wealthy people can use the relief without limit to reduce tax bills close to zero.
The Sunday Mirror sees the cap as a "catastrophic" policy.
The Observer believes those who pay PAYE are being squeezed as the super-rich perform financial somersaults.
The Sunday Telegraph believes the Tory party is at odds with its own voters on this issue and others.
"You're wrong on charity," the Sunday Times tells the chancellor.
The Mail on Sunday reports that the chancellor was aiming partly at rich individuals who give money to charities in Eastern Europe.
The Sunday Times says a Labour MP wants a shake-up in social housing rules after data showed that in London nearly half of new tenants were foreign.
In the Independent on Sunday, Nick Clegg says he wants to recruit 65,000 state nannies to get the poorest two-year-olds ready for school.
The Observer leads with a call from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges for a ban on fast food firms sponsoring major sporting events such as the Olympics.
The Mail on Sunday reports on the death of British businessman Neil Heywood in China in November, saying he was murdered on the orders of a fallen communist party chief.
The paper and the Sunday Times both report about claims that he died of cyanide poisoning.
It is not often a grey mare appears on the front pages - but then, as the Observer observes, Neptune Collognes is the first grey mare to win the Grand National in half a century.
Some papers picture Synchronised, who suffered a fatal fall.
"R.I.P. Synchronised" says the People. "Will this kill the National?" asks the Sunday Express.