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9pm WATCH: David Cameron challenges the UN to be "united in condemnation" and "united in action" in his first UN General Assembly address

6.15pm WATCH: With regards to allegations about George Osborne, do the public care about the private lives of politicians?

6.15pm WATCH: Jeremy Hunt encourages young people to do more sport, but 'barbaric' cage fighting is not a way of doing so

CAMERON AT THE UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

  • Cameron says that "Britain wants to see a Palestinian state", but hasn't made it clear whether he will vote in favour of statehood - Telegraph
  • Tory sources say Cameron went to the UN in New York to "fight for Israel" - Jewish Chronicle
  • 'David Cameron to urge UN to act over Arab Spring' - Huffington Post
  • The Times has a live blog, at the UN, and the Guardian is streaming the speeches live - Times (£) I Guardian
  • Con Coughlin: 'David Cameron assumes Tony Blair's UN role' - Telegraph
  • 'David Cameron's real foreign policy' - ToryDiary
  • Cameron will also head to Ottawa to meet PM Stephen Harper and address the Canadian Parliament - Montreal Gazette

CAMERON LAUNCHES 'GREAT' BRITAIN CAMPAIGN

  • Cameron stresses the need to overcome the 'negative image' created by the riots and 'sell' Britain - BBC
  • The Daily Mail asks Cameron to make his mind up.  Is Britain 'great' or 'broken'? - Daily Mail
  • Channel 4 asks the same question - Channel 4 News
  • Toby Young asks whether the initiative is 'doomed to failure' - Telegraph

ECONOMIC CRISIS

  • Stock markets fall and the £ slumps to a one year low against the $ as the Federal Bank issues economic warning - Guardian
  • Ruth Sunderland: 'Operation Twist wont be enough to save the world economy' - Daily Mail
  • Cameron signs G20 economy recovery plan with five other countries - Independent
  • IBS 'rogue trader' Kweku Adoboli, appears in court over fraud and false accounting - Telegraph

NHS

  • Andrew Lansley accused of 'offloading blame' about the financial burden of PFI contracts in the NHS - Guardian
  • 'Is PFI really to blame for NHS financial difficulties?' - Guardian

PLANNING REFORMS

  • Greg Clark admits to flaws in the proposals and expresses the need for more clarity - Telegraph
  • Oliver Letwin says that a lack of demand for housing is a bigger obstacle to building houses than planning reforms - Telegraph

DALE FARM

EDUCATION 

  • Members of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) are set to vote on whether to strike for the first time in their history over government plans to increase pension contributions - Telegraph
  • The SNP admit to understimating the scale of the higher education funding crisis, and announce a funding package worth £217 million by 2017 - Telegraph

TORY MPS UNDER THE AGE OF 40

The New Statesman has profiled 20 MPs under 40 from all three parties. The Tory MPs are as follows:

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

  • Ed West: 'If the Liberal Democrats were true liberals they'd reject the idea of 'human rights' - Telegraph 
  • 'Not easy, but right' – did Clegg pick the right soundbite? - Guardian

LABOUR PARTY

  • Ed Miliband announces plans for the public to ask direct questions to him at the Labour party conference in Liverpool - Independent
  • Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke announces he will not challenge his former seat, Norwich South, at the next election - Guardian

BLOODY SUNDAY

  • The Ministry of Defence agrees to compensate the families of those killed and wounded in the Londonderry attacks in 1972 - BBC
  • One family refuses MoD payout - Independent

NEWS IN BRIEF

  • Scotland Yard serves out court orders to the BBC, ITN and Sky News demanding footage of the August riots - Guardian
  • Northern Ireland's DUP health minister comes under criticism over his refusal to allow gay men to give blood - Guardian

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