Paper Round (22 Feb) - a look at the day's newspapers

LONDON - Gordon Brown's 10 Downing Street finds itself embroiled in allegations of staff bullying across the front covers of The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail and The Guardian today, following revelations made by The Observer's Andrew Rawnsley.

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The prime minister's attempts to cut the legs off Rawnsley's story by offering an outright denial in an exclusive interview in The Independent on Sunday appears to have failed.

Meanwhile Cheryl Cole continues her own personal battle across the covers of the tabloids, with the Daily Mirror claiming there's "No way back" after husband Ashley Cole's string of betrayals.

Actress Carey Mulligan is pictured in the The Guardian, the Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Times after winning Best Actress for her role in 'An Education' at the Baftas last night.

Holidays are on the agenda with The Times. The paper is offering two nights for the price of one in a Mr and Mrs Smith hotel and the Daily Express has launched its own promotion – a stay in a "top hotel" from £10.

Not to be outdone The Sun is offering the chance to win a VIP trip to watch the World Cup in South Africa while readers of The Daily Telegraph can still receive 40% off a holiday with Sandals.

The Daily Express is giving away 950 TomTom sat navs today and Play.com is running a timely ad in The Guardian promoting films that were nominated for Baftas.

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