Monday’s National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES

:: Financial Times

Germany says it will do everything in its power to keep the UK in the European Union after David Cameron’s clash over Jean-Claude Juncker’s appointment as European Commission president

:: Daily Telegraph

Mr Cameron says he can still do business with Mr Juncker despite the Prime Minister’s opposition to the European Commission leader’s appointment

:: Daily Express

Thousands of Britons might be able to double their income from savings by putting off taking a state pension

:: The Guardian

Ed Balls will unveil plans to boost Labour’s credibility with business by promising to keep a low rate of corporation tax

:: Daily Mail

Prince Charles “consorted” with government ministers to influence policy on climate change and alternative medicine

:: The Times

Chancellor George Osborne is working on a plan to merge income tax and national insurance ahead of the next general election

:: i newspaper, The Independent

European Union members are “sick of Britain’s complaining tone” about Europe

:: The Sun

A cut in VAT for UK holidays would boost Britain’s economy, according to a new campaign launched by the newspaper

:: Daily Mirror

Families fear they will lose their homes after an MP bought a block of flats and raised the rent

:: Daily Star

“Giant killer rats” have reportedly invaded the Big Brother house

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Source: orange.co.uk
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