What the papers say - January 15

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In a mixed bag of news, Ukip leader Henry Bolton and presenter Ant McPartlin feature on the front pages of Monday's papers.

Mr Bolton and his girlfriend Jo Marney are pictured on the front of the Daily Mail as the party leader faces pressure to resign over reported "vile" texts by Ms Marney.

Its lead story focuses on its own investigation which claims children are being targeted by drug dealers on social media sites such as Facebook.

Mr Bolton and his partner also feature on the front of the Metro under the headline "Your racist lover... or your job". The paper suggests the Ukip leader faces a choice between the two after Ms Marney's apparent remarks about Meghan Markle and the royal engagement.

Elsewhere, one half of Ant and Dec is shown on the front of the Daily Mirror after news emerged over the weekend that McPartlin is divorcing his wife of 11 years. In a picture of the star wrapped up against the cold weather, the paper says the I'm A Celeb host looked "exhausted" during the walk in London.

The Sun, meanwhile, reports that McPartlin will pay wife Lisa £31 million, calling it "Britain's priciest celebrity divorce settlement".

The Daily Telegraph leads on an investigation that the medical records of British cancer victims have been handed over to a US firm working for a tobacco companies. The paper says it is feared the information could be used in legal cases and fighting smoking regulations.

The Independent claims hundred of teachers are seeking charity cash handouts as the cost of living soars. Applications to the UK's main education charity support charity have risen 40% in the last year, it says.

And The Guardian says medical students are being asked to volunteer at A&E units as hospitals struggle a rise in patients this winter.

Carillion leads the Financial Times as uncertainty grows around the construction giant's future. It says ministers are facing "tough questions" about why the firm was awarded £2 billion of contracts despite "alarm bells ringing for six months".