So Pringles are crisps after all. Yesterday’s shock (or not) ruling in the Court of Appeal could cost maker Procter & Gamble up to £20m in VAT payments, according to the Financial Times.

The FT also reports on yet another row brewing over fishing quotas.

The Daily Telegraph has a look at yesterday’s downturn-defying results from Britvic while The Times reports on the woes of pub operator Mitchells & Butlers, which today parted company with its chief executive Tim Clarke.

Yet more from Marks & Spencer in the Daily Mail (doing its best to become the retailer’s in-house newsletter), with a report on the “chaos” that ensued from the ‘penny bazaar’ stunt celebrating its 125th anniversary.

Elsewhere in the Mail, news of the country’s fast food addiction and, perhaps more worryingly, our collective booze problem. The Daily Express takes a Look at the drinking figures too.

Also, news in the Mail of the new fruit “that’s tasty whether it’s ripe or not” – the kumato – and, in a busy day for the paper, tales of the ‘butter war’ that’s broken out between Country Life and Anchor.