UK & World News
Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages
A paedophile teacher, the health benefits of coffee and so-called "super-rats" feature on the front pages of some of Friday's newspapers.
Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has said the Queen should lose her constitutional role as head of the Church of England, reports The Daily Telegraph.
The Archbishop of Canterbury joined the Prime Minister David Cameron in a staunch defence of Christian Britain as Mr Clegg called for an end to the link between church and state, says The Times.
The Daily Mail says a paedophile teacher drugged and molested up to 60 boys as young as 10 at a British private school after four decades spent abusing children around the world.
The Daily Mirror leads on claims police officers manhandled Coronation Street star Barbara Knox, who has pleaded not guilty to drink-driving.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin threatened "consequences" after the Kiev government attempted to regain control in the east of Ukraine, says the Guardian.
Drinking an extra cup or two of coffee every day can cut the risk of diabetes, claims the Daily Express.
Barclays has launched a staunch defence of its decision to pay higher bonuses in the face of a shareholder revolt, according to the Financial Times.
The bank was accused of attempting to silence criticism of its bonus culture after one of its directors slapped down a major shareholder for speaking out against its pay practices, says the Independent.
The Sun reports the secret lover of Camilla Parker Bowles' brother Mark Shand has told how she was with him as he died, saying: "I had my hand on his heart."
Crime in England and Wales is at its lowest level for 33 years, reports the i newspaper.
Britain's super-rat population is set to explode to 160 million, the Daily Star reports.
The Metro claims tenants struggling to find money for rising rents and the bedroom tax have been offered a reward for keeping up payments - a free Creme Egg each.