UK & World News
Tuesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: Financial Times
Standard Chartered is in talks to pay up to $300m (£179m) to New York's top banking regulator to settle allegations it failed to identify suspicious transactions.
:: Daily Telegraph
Grandparents who look after their grandchildren could be given parental rights to paid leave and financial support under plans by David Cameron.
:: Daily Mail
"Catastrophic IT failures" mean some 20 million travellers are not fully screened when leaving or entering Britain each year.
:: The Guardian
The Home Office has been ordered to pay £224m in damages over the cancellation of a contract for the troubled border control scheme.
:: Daily Express
A migrant camp in Calais which is home to some 2,000 men, women and children will be torn down.
:: The Times
Nearly half of family doctors admit to prescribing antibiotics "purely to get pushy patients out of their surgeries".
: Daily Mirror
The newspaper reports on comments made by former SAS soldier Chris Ryan, who says UK forces must "wipe out" British jihadist fighters in Iraq.
:: The Independent
The Government's pledge to provide free meals for schoolchildren is leaving schools without funds to improve their classrooms.
:: The Sun
The newspaper reports on British holidaymakers in Magaluf.
:: Daily Star
Celebrity Big Brother provides the lead story.
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