'We too love money more than freedom': South Park throws shade at China after show is censored
IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, October 8: We look at reactions to a parliamentary debate that looks to toughen up France's immigration policy. Over in the UK, Boris Johnson calls on the US to waive immunity for the wife of a US diplomat who's accused of killing a young motorcyclist. Also, Hong Kong's protest leader Joshua Wong pens an article in the Independent calling on the West to support pro-democracy protests. Finally, South Park throws shade at China in an "apology" for mocking censorship laws.