The fall-out from the revelation that the suspected killers of a Palestinian militant in Dubai used fake British passports continues to intrigue the papers.
Independent reports claims by security sources that Israeli agents lured the Hamas commander
It believes British investigators will fly to Dubai in the next 24 hours.
Daily Telegraph says the UK may stop sharing intelligence with Israel
if Mossad agents did steal the identities of UK passport holders.
Ahead of a Cabinet meeting in Durham, the
Times says Gordon Brown's Cabinet tour of the country has become engulfed in controversy.
It says a leaked letter from Labour's deputy leader, Harriet Harman, has revealed ministers have been using regional visits to stage party events ahead of election.
Sun says a new Navy task force has been, secretly, despatched to the Falkland Islands.
It follows a row with Argentina over British plans to drill for oil there
Cooking with gas
Daily Mail leads with research from the US which it says is the best evidence yet of the power of aspirin.
The study found women with breast cancer who take aspirin at least twice a week can more than double their chances of surviving the disease.
Another study suggests frying meat with gas is more likely to cause cancer than using electricity.
Daily Express reports steak fried on an electric hob with soya bean oil
had fewer cancer-causing chemicals.
Independent has news that the human rights campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has now given something else to humanity
- his genome.
He has allowed scientists to decode his genetic make-up and post it on the web.
Former Home Secretary Michael Howard was once said to have "something of the night" about him.
Guardian tells how the latest MoD "X-Files" to be opened
reveals the RAF had looked into reports of a large triangular object above his home.