Papers digest UK economy figures
The newspapers have plenty of advice for Chancellor George Osborne, as he deals with the unexpected fall in economic growth.
The Financial Times says self-fulfilling pessimism is avoidable if people know austerity will be delayed should things go worse than hoped.
It also suggests providing tax incentives and enterprise zones in depressed regions.
In the Sun's words, the nation desperately needs tax incentives to encourage entrepreneurs.
The Daily Mail agrees Mr Osborne must do much more to help business but urges him to "keep his nerve" on the cuts.
The Guardian calls for a suspension of many of the cuts and the introduction of schemes to tackle youth joblessness.
The Daily Express highlights government figures suggesting that three-quarters of claimants for sickness benefit are fit to work.
The sacking of the Sky Sports presenter, Andy Gray, makes the lead for the Daily Mirror and the Sun.
But the Sun takes a different view, stating he deserved to be sacked.
There's great press excitement at the strong British showing in the Oscar nominations - particularly the 12 for The King's Speech.
Similarly, with The King's Speech at the Oscars, it says, we know we can do it, but can we, will we do it?