Election update, 25 April: coalition combinations, polls, and the continuing fallout over Lord Janner

Published: 25th Apr 2015

The potential for coalition manoeuvring post-election continues to make headlines, featuring on the front pages of the Financial Times and Telegraph today.

Also on the front page of the Telegraph is a story on Nigel Farage's health problems, while the Guardian reports on a candidate for the National Health Action Party, who says he was excluded from hustings attended by David Cameron.

Allegations of child abuse against Lord Janner feature on the front pages of the Daily Mail and the Sun. We've written a guide to what the Crown Prosecution Service has said on its decision not to prosecute the peer.

The Independent has gone with the views of pollster Lord Ashcroft on Ed Miliband's performance in the polls. The i leads with a "cry for help" from 1,200 teachers, who say in an open letter that monitoring and bureaucracy are making the profession "unbearable" for many.

And the possibility of HSBC moving its HQ abroad if there's an EU referendum is on the Mirror's front page.


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