A little later than usual (sorry) here are the latest headline of the month finalists:
Story: The boss of a car engine firm has been forced to take a backroom role after customers deserted him when he turned into a woman.
Headline (from The Sun): MECHANIC LOSES NUTS..AND CUSTOMERS BOLT
Story: Education secretary Ed Balls wades into the row over the secrecy surround killer Jon Venables’ return to prison.
Headline (from the Western Morning News): KILLERS OF BULGER ‘NOT INTRINSICALLY EVIL’ – BALLS
Story: Numbers of sewin (sea trout) have been plummeting and no one knows why. Some say it is climate change, but others say the resurgent otter population is to blame.
Headline: (from the Western Mail): Are otters the rotters that have stitched up the vanishing sewin?
But this month the bottle of Jura single malt whisky will be dispatched to Canary Wharf for the first time as the subbing team at the Daily Mirror takes the headline of the month prize.
Story: Council chiefs and police have cut down 6,000 trees at beauty spot in order to stop couples having sex in the woods.
Headline: COPSE AND DOGGERS