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8pm WATCH: David Cameron addresses rally in Benghazi describing the lionlike courage of the Libyan people

6pm WATCH: Nick Herbert on how the Policing Act will put the 'public at the heart of policing'

UK RIOTS

  • The Ministry of Justice releases statistics for August disorder - Ministry of Justice
  • 73% of rioters had previous criminal convictions - Guardian
  • Janet Daley: how many rioters should have been in prison? - Telegraph
  • Representatives from Facebook, Blackberry and Twitter tell MPs that social media were "a force for good" during the riots - BBC
  • James Forsyth on what the riots mean for Ken Clarke - Spectator
  • Nick Herbert calls for "swift and sure" local justice - MPsETC
  • London's Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes faces investigation after racist joke about rioters - Daily Mail

DAVID CAMERON & NICHOLAS SARKOZY IN LIBYA

  • Cameron and Sarkozy given a wonderful welcome at a Tripoli hospital - Telegraph
  • Cameron tells the NTC that "the hardest part is yet to come" - BBC
  • The Libyan people are praised for having "the courage of lions" by Cameron - Sky News
  • Financial and medical assistance to be sent to Libya – Huffington Post 
  • Con Coughlin: David Cameron must be mistaken if he thinks his mission in Libya is over - Telegraph

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC CRISIS

  • Lower growth and higher inflation for the UK – prediction from the European Commission - Independent
  • Merkel and Sarkozy only have words when it comes to Greece and the future of the eurozone - Spectator
  • European leaders ponder fiscal union - Guardian
  • John Stevens: Why we must become patriots for Europe - Comment
  • Rogue UK trader arrested after costing giant Swiss bank UBS over $2bn - Telegraph
  • The UBS scandal vindicates the Vickers report - Daily Mail

ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY CONFERENCE

  • Jeremy Hunt orders Ofcom to probe BBC's domination - Times (£) I Guardian
  • Head of Discovery Communications warns government about regulation changes - Guardian

NHS

  • To ensure its survival, the NHS must change radically writes Paul Corrigan - Telegraph
  • Maternity care is not an optional extra for the NHS - Daily Mail

IN BRIEF

  • Iain Duncan Smith set to ask Boundary Commission to review changes to his constituency - Evening Standard
  • Boundary review – What's in a name? - Dale & Co.
  • November 30th is the date decided by the TUC as national walkout day - The Times (£) I Daily Mail
  • Tom Clark on how there will be much more "pleasing the faithful" from leading Lib Dems at this year's conference - Guardian
  • Government pulls out of UN racism event in South Africa over "open displays of unpleasant and deplorable anti-Semitism" at 2001 conference - BBC
  • Cameron, Miliband and Clegg all sign up to Google+ - Digital Spy

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