St Paul's Cathedral anti-capitalism widely reported

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The anti-capitalism protest at St Paul's Cathedral, which is set to reopen after being closed for a week, is widely reported in Friday's papers.

A picture of the tents dominates the front page of the Independent, as it warns that metaphorical storm clouds are gathering over the cathedral.

The Guardian says police are set to decide in the next 48 hours on whether and how to force the removal of the camp.

Canon Giles Fraser also speaks to the newspaper about his resignation.

The Times says the Catholic Church is to carry out a major review of child protection across south-west England.

It reports that the move comes after an official in charge of investigating abuse allegations was convicted of internet paedophile offences.

The Financial Times says revelations of soaring boardroom pay will fuel anger as ministers consider plans to clamp down on rising executive packages.

The paper reports that City bonuses are expected to fall soon to their lowest level in almost a decade.

Whitehall has been accused of "wasting taxpayers' money" with a £5.8m office fuel bill, the Daily Mirror reports.

It says "government pen-pushers" spent more on energy than 4,300 households put together as families "shivered".

According to the Daily Express, France is "masterminding a scheme" to "export" its unemployed to Britain on low-cost trains through the Channel Tunnel.

The plan would enable Calais residents to work in Kent and travel back to their homes at night.

The Daily Telegraph follows up Tory concerns over Europe.

It reports that Conservative MPs will meet next month to draw up detailed plans urging a clawback of power from Brussels.

And could this weekend be one of the last times we move the clocks back?

In a move it says could "net the nation billions", the Sun reports that ministers plan to support a bid for the UK to join the Central European Time Zone - what Britons call British Summer Time - but only if Scotland agrees.

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