Newspaper review: Advice for chancellor after GDP fall
There's no shortage of advice for Chancellor George Osborne in Thursday's newspapers after UK GDP figures indicated a worsening recession.
The Times says the task facing the coalition is different and even more difficult than the one it inherited.
In its leader, the Daily Telegraph calls for the government to adopt radical "game-changing" measures.Violent games
Figures on violence in primary schools make headlines.
The Independent says the figures include more than 2,000 four and five-year-olds who are excluded from school each year.
It says teachers' leaders blame parents for failing to bring their children to school ready to learn and allowing them access to violent computer games.Stowaway boy
The Sun has spoken to the Manchester boy who flew to Rome after getting on a passenger plane unchallenged.
The 11-year-old Liam Corcoran-Fort tells the paper: "I just wanted to go to the toilet. I wasn't trying to go anywhere I wasn't allowed."
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, his father said: "If he had got off the plane as easily as he got on, Lord knows what would have happened to him."'Dream start'
A number of front pages picture Team GB's women footballers celebrating the goal which won them the first match at the Olympics.
"A dream start" declares the Daily Mirror. The Games are not yet officially open, says the Times, but Team GB are already off and winning.
But Matthew Engel in the Financial Times says he was underwhelmed by the "absurdly anti-climactic beginning".