The turmoil in Pakistan following Benazir Bhutto's assassination commands much space in the papers.
"My mother said democracy is the best revenge" is the Guardian's headline, quoting Miss Bhutto's son, Bilawal, 19.
His bespectacled face is pictured in the Daily Telegraph, the Times, the Guardian and the Independent.
Chosen as his mother's successor, the Daily Mail says it is "impossible" not to pity Bilawal, while the Guardian describes him as "bookish".
Alcohol and pregnancies
An editorial in the Sun describes the government's missed targets for cutting teenage pregnancies as "pointless".
The paper accuses ministers of allowing morning-after pills to be doled out "like sweets".
The Daily Telegraph reports that 500 people a day are admitted to hospitals in England after drinking too much.
The subjects are combined in the Daily Mail's lead, which says drunken New Year one-night stands will fuel a rise in teenage abortions.
The Times leads with a claim that there has been a dramatic widening of the gap in educational performance between rich and poor in the past year.
Government data analysed by the Conservatives apparently shows that the divide has grown by more than 10%.
Great teaching, is the answer, the paper believes, in every classroom, whether new or old.
According to the Daily Mail, Harrow public school is raising £40m to pay for free places for working class boys.
Kate and Gerry McCann are desperate to return to Portugal to revive the search for their missing daughter, Madeleine, according to the Daily Mirror.
It says they fear the four-year-old is being forgotten in Praia da Luz, where she vanished nearly eight months ago.
The Daily Mail says they expect to be re-interviewed by police soon and hope to be cleared as official suspects.
Meanwhile, the Daily Express says the couple are convinced kidnappers may try to move Madeleine now coverage has died down.