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Michael Schumacher's 'fight for life' leads front pages

Daily Mirror front page 30/12/13
Image caption The Daily Mirror is one of a number of papers to lead with the news that Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher is "fighting for his life" in hospital after a skiing accident. The paper says he "hit his head on a rock" and is now in a critical condition in Grenoble, France, with his wife and children at his bedside.
Sun front page 30/12/13
Image caption Schumacher's battle is the Sun's splash too. It says "a surgeon specialising in brain injuries was given a police escort to his bedside at a hospital in Grenoble". Elsewhere, the front page features football results and footballer's wife Abbey Clancy.
Daily Mail front page 30/12/13
Image caption Sharing billing with Michael Schumacher on Monday is migration - the hot topic of the moment. The Daily Mail says migrants "will be charged for emergency treatment on the NHS" in a crackdown on "health tourism". The paper says patients will be presented with chip-and-pin machines in their beds.
Independent front page 30/12/13
Image caption The Independent takes the same angle as the Mail on migration, saying patients admitted to A&E "will have to prove they are not migrants under government plans to charge foreigners to use the NHS". The paper's big image shows the aftermath of a suspected suicide bombing in the Russian city of Volgograd.
Daily Telegraph front page 30/12/13
Image caption The Daily Telegraph takes the opposite angle on the NHS migrants story, saying those coming from outside the EU will be able to see a GP free of charge. "Other services such as prescriptions, dentistry, eye appointments and hospital treatment, including A&E, can be charged," it adds.
Daily Star front page 30/12/13
Image caption There is more migration on the front of the Daily Star and a startling headline warning of "war on British streets". It says "a secret Home Office report" is warning of the "devastating impact" a large number of Romanian and Bulgarian arrivals could have, risking "serious disturbances between ethnic rivals".
Times front page 30/12/13
Image caption The smiling face of Michael Schumacher in happier times dominates the Times' front page. The lead is a Romanian perspective on migration. An adviser to the country's prime minister has said "Britain should be far more concerned about bankers taking billions of pounds than Roma begging of coins on the streets".
Guardian front page 30/12/13
Image caption The Guardian uses the same picture of Michael Schumacher as the Times, saying he was skiing with his son when the accident happened. The main story reports that industry body the CBI is urging "companies benefitting from the economic recovery" to pay "long-suffering workers" more in 2014.
Financial Times front page 30/12/13
Image caption Dramatic stills of the moment the Volgograd bomb exploded lead the Financial Times. It says the attack has raised security concerns ahead of the Winter Olympics. They are being held in the Russian resort of Sochi in February and are, the paper says, President Putin's "pet project".
Daily Express front page 30/12/13
Image caption A familiar front page in the Daily Express, as it warns readers about "a month of torrential rain and gales" which "threatens New Year misery". It says areas that have already been hit by flooding are facing "more chaos". The paper's lead picture is of Michael Schumacher.

News that Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition in hospital after a skiing accident dominates several front pages on Monday.