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Hello. You are watching BBC News. In a few minutes on BBC News Worldcup
Sportsday, first a look at tomorrow morning's front pages. The Financial
Times says the Better Together campaign to keep Scotland as part of
the UK has received a flood of donations in the run up to the
referendum on independence. Shoppers are increasingly forcing
down prices by choosing discount stores, according to the Telegraph.
The Guardian has details of donations made to the Conservative
party, by the brother`in`law of financial services minister Andrea
Leadsom. The Metro shows a picture of
Brazil's Fernandinho, clutching the goal net after the World Cup hosts
were thrashed by Germany in their semi`final game.
The i says English cities like Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol and
Birmingham are to ask Westminster to devolve more economic control to
them. The Mirror's main story is that Kate
McCann's son asked her if she was involved in the disappearance of her
daughter Madeleine. Now, it is time for an eventful
World Cup Sportsday.