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Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
The fatal stabbing of a teacher in Leeds and Max Clifford's conviction on sex charges are the big stories in Tuesday's newspapers.
"Death in the classroom" is the stark headline in The Independent as it reports on the killing of teacher Anne Maguire, who was stabbed at a Leeds school.
The 15-year-old arrested in connection with the stabbing is described as a "high-achieving middle-class schoolboy" in The Daily Telegraph.
The Daily Express says teachers ran into the classroom and wrestled the boy to the ground after Mrs Maguire was stabbed several times.
Teachers and pupils at Corpus Christi College were in "floods of tears" with many screaming in disbelief, while others ran from the building, reports The Times.
Mrs Maguire, 61, who is believed to have taught Spanish, was just four months from retiring, according to the i newspaper.
The Daily Mirror says her death is the first time a teacher in Britain has been killed by a pupil.
Some papers draw a parallel with the murder of teacher Philip Lawrence who died helping a pupil being attacked outside his west London school in 1995.
Elsewhere, Max Clifford's conviction for eight indecent assaults is the lead story in the Daily Star. It claims that some celebrities are worried he may spill their "sex secrets".
The Sun and the Daily Mail both have a large photo of the disgraced PR consultant at the top of their front pages, while leading on the school stabbing story.
The Mail also has a "haunting" interview with one of Clifford's victims. His eight convictions are for assaulting four girls aged between 15 and 19, between 1978 and 1984.
Pfizer's plan to buy British rival AstraZeneca is the main business story leading the Financial Times.
It says the deal could be the biggest ever takeover in UK history but there are worries that jobs could be cut.
The Guardian, meanwhile, says that after two TV debates where UKIP leader Nigel Farage came out on top - according to pollsters - political parties are to launch a cross-party campaign to try to label the party as racist.