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The papers: Thursday's front pages

16 January 2014 Last updated at 06:08 GMT

Journalist Susie Boniface, also known as the Fleet Street Fox, and Financial Times political correspondent Kiran Stacey reviewed the papers for the BBC News Channel.

They began with the Daily Telegraph's lead story, which says Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has been accused of "cowardice" for allowing policy adviser Lord Rennard to return to his roles, despite an inquiry finding evidence the peer had "violated the personal space of female activists".

They then moved on to bankers' bonuses, and Labour leader Ed Miliband's efforts - reported by several papers - to limit them, before discussing the Daily Mail's front page which says that the UK Statistics Authority has declared police crime figures "may not be reliable".

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