Monday, 24 October 2011

Sarkozy bashes Dave and Essex girl gang culture-Monday's papers

One story dominates many of the front pages and that is Europe.

According to the Guardian,French president Nicholas Sarkozy has told David Cameron to shut up about the Euro

The paper says that the bust-up between the two held up the conclusion of the EU-27 summit for almost two hours, with the French president expressing rage at the constant criticism and lectures from UK ministers.

The Times meanwhile that the proposals to change the rules governing the European Union caught David Cameron off guard last night.

At one of the most dramatic EU summits in years, leaders fell out as they failed to resolve the eurozone debt crisis. Nicolas Sarkozy, the French President, accused Britain of “interfering” with a currency it never wanted. “We are sick of you criticising us and telling us what to do,” he told Mr Cameron, according to diplomats.

Ahead of this afternoon's debate in the Commons the Telegraph says that the Prime Minister will seek to claw back powers from Brussels during negotiations for a new rescue deal for the euro.

The Express weighs in too,not unexpectedly as under its headline,the great EU revolt it says a rallying cry for MPs to put the people of Britain first was sounded ahead of tonight’s historic vote on a European Union referendum.

The Mail runs with a different has been looking at the convictions over the summer riots and concludes that foreign looters from 44 countries have been locked up over the riots adding that

The sheer number from different corners of the globe who took part in the mayhem is one of the strongest indicators yet that the riots had nothing to do with political protest or civil unrest, but was born of greed and opportunist criminality.

The Independent leads with an investigation which claims that hundreds of privately contracted police officers are working for forces across the country despite being unaccountable to the watchdog responsible for investigating deaths in custody, public complaints and allegations of wrongdoing.

Gang culture in Essex for the Sun as it reveals that Towie sisters Sam and Billie Faiers had to be taken to hospital after being beaten to a pulp by ten girls in two vicious brawls.

Whilst the Mirror returns to X factor and Misha B who says she was shocked and hurt on Saturday’s show when she was branded a bully in front of millions of viewers.

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