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The papers: Wednesday's front pages

2 July 2014 Last updated at 04:49 BST

Mail on Sunday city editor Simon Watkins and freelance journalist Eva Simpson joined the BBC News Channel to review Wednesday's papers.

They began by discussing stories on the front page of the Daily Telegraph about plans to bring in laws to make it an offence for jilted lovers to post "revenge porn" online and about the interest rates available on the new issue of ISAs.

The pair then examined the Guardian's front-page stories about calls for doctors to be allowed to help terminally ill patients end their lives and about the guest-list at the annual Conservative party fund-raising event.

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