Newspaper review: Focus on Prescott's war evidence
Most papers give coverage to the evidence given by the former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott to the Chilcot inquiry into the war in Iraq.
The Daily Mail says that in a "colourful" performance he described former attorney general Lord Goldsmith as "not a happy bunny" when questioned over the legality of the war.
Change of heart
The Times reports that diplomatic relations with Pakistan have been dealt "a severe blow" by the prime minister's comments made in India.
The paper says Pakistan's intelligence agency has cancelled a visit to London after David Cameron suggested Pakistan was "exporting terror".
Mr Cameron "won't get an extra call-centre contract in Bangalore, let alone a Pakistani change of heart", he says.
For the Telegraph, the "Chelsea match is the hottest ticket of the year" - the wedding of Bill and Hilary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, to investment banker Marc Mezvinsky.
The Independent says it is "the closest Americans will get to a royal wedding".
The Telegraph notes President Obama declined to attend, quoting him saying: "It's tough enough having one president at your wedding. You don't want two."
'Beanz for Idiotz'
The paper says it means fans will spare themselves "the agony of lacerating their fingers on jagged tins".
The paper says the containers will have a see-through measure on the side so you can see at a glance how many beans you have left.