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Swing voters, child poverty and the Chief Rabbi's warning on the front pages

Politics continues to dominate many of the front pages. Credit: Twitter

The slings and arrow of political campaigning dominates today’s front pages, and Strictly Come Dancing also get a look in.

The Guardian leads on a new report saying child poverty “will surge to 60-year high under Tories”.

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The Daily Mirror‘s splash says Labour is putting a radical overhaul of social care at the centre of a plan to restore old age pensioners’ “dignity and respect”.

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The Sun reports that just 30,000 voters in swing seats hold the key to the UK election.

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The i leads with a story about Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to take pension inequality.

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The Times splashes with a story quoting the UK’s chief rabbi as saying Mr Corbyn is not fit for high office, which the Daily Mail also covers.

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And the Financial Times reports that rideshare company Uber has lost its license to operate in London, a story also covered by Metro.

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The Daily Telegraph reports that Mr Corbyn’s future “could be up for discussion as the price of a deal with the SNP or Liberal Democrats”.

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