The face of the suicide bomber who killed seven people on an Underground train near Aldgate station exactly one year ago is on some of the front pages.
"Damn you to Hell" is the Daily Mirror's message to Shehzad Tanweer, whom it accuses of taunting Britain on the first anniversary of the outrage.
The Times puts his face alongside that of Shahara Islam, a 20-year-old Muslim Londoner who died in the attacks.
With 52 familiar faces arranged around its front page headline, the Daily Mail says if the video was intended to keep the victims off the front page, it failed.
"Unbeaten" reads the destination on the front of the number 30 bus pictured on the front of the Sun.
"Mr Prescott, what first attracted you to the billionaire Philip Anschutz?" is the question put by the Independent.
It's not the only paper to question Mr Prescott's relationship with the American who wants to build a super-casino in the Millennium Dome.
The Daily Mail asks why Mr Prescott's office backed the project and reportedly leaned on Southend Council to block a rival casino's application.
But the Guardian says nothing has been proved against Mr Prescott yet.
Two football giants could be on their way to the UK, if the reports are true.
David Beckham may swap Madrid for Newcastle, says the Daily Mail, which has pictures of the club chairman Freddy Shepherd leaving a hotel in London with Victoria Beckham.
It says the former England captain was smuggled out of a different exit after being offered £120,000 a week.
And Italy manager Marcello Lippi is to join Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United after the World Cup, says the Sun, to work alongside him for a season before taking over.
Several papers tell the stirring tale of a group of pensioners who saw off a gang of drunken yobs who invaded an open-air concert in Weston-Super-Mare.
The Daily Mail says the elderly music lovers came under attack from 30 young thugs drinking beer and kicking balls.
Rising from their deckchairs, the men linked arms, held their walking sticks aloft and chased the yobs off.
Time may have slowed them, says the Express, but they showed that courage and discipline will always triumph over a rabble.