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  • 1 September 2014, 1:36

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

Financial Times

Russian President Vladimir Putin's call for talks on the "statehood" of southeast Ukraine is the latest escalation in rhetoric from Moscow as the EU mulls further sanctions.

The Telegraph

David Cameron and US President Barack Obama are to join forces at this week's Nato summit in Wales to urge their allies to increase defence spending in the face of a growing threat to Ukraine from Russia.

The Guardian

David Cameron will make it easier for intelligence agencies to access information about airline passengers to tackle a rising terror threat from extremists travelling from Syria and Iraq

The Daily Star

X Factor is accused of favouritism and duping its viewers after its first weekend back on air.

The Metro

Critically-ill five-year-old Ashya King has been separated from his parents who have been arrested after taking him from a British hospital so he could be treated abroad.

Daily Express

EU rules mean retired Britons will lose thousands of pounds each in pension payouts.

The Independent

David Cameron is facing a damaging new revolt over Europe as up to 100 Conservative MPs prepare to defy him by saying they will vote to leave the EU no matter what concessions he wins for Britain.

The Times

A group of grassroot Conservatives is demanding that Britain reclaim control over its borders from Europe and introduce tough immigration measures.

Daily Mirror

MI6 is searching for a British mum who has become a powerful recruiting tool for the Islamic State.

The Sun

Model and actress Kelly Brook has suffered a second miscarriage.

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