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Tuesday's Front Pages: What's In The Papers?
NHS chiefs' expenses and a video which appears to show Jay Z being attacked in a New York hotel feature on the front pages of Tuesday's papers.
The Daily Telegraph reports that nine senior health officials spent almost £200,000 last year on "fine dining, taxi fares and hotels".
Taking a 20-minute walk several times a week "is the key to beating high blood pressure", according to The Daily Express.
The Financial Times reports that MPs will seek guarantees on British jobs and investment should Pfizer complete its £63m takeover of AstraZeneca.
Details about a video which appears to show Beyonce's sister Solange attacking Jay Z in a New York lift are on the front page of The Daily Star.
A "radical shift" in NHS policy will see more women encouraged to give birth at home, according to The Daily Mail.
The Sun reports that thieves have targeted Peaches Geldof's home twice since her death last month.
Labour's Ed Miliband has promised an extra £100m to improve family doctor services, the i newspaper reports.
A Guardian / ICM poll has shown the Conservatives currently hold their first lead in over two years.
The Times also reports on a poll which shows the Conservatives leading Labour by two points.
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