UK & World News
Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages
Fertility pioneer Lord Winston has warned the wealthy could pay to have designer babies as a result of breakthroughs in IVF, writes The Daily Mail.
The Daily Telegraph reports on what it describes as a "new house boom" in England driven by developers during the past two years following the relaxation of planning laws.
British police are to launch extensive digs at the Algarve resort where Madeleine McCann vanished seven years ago, according to the Daily Mirror.
Millions of pension savers are set for a windfall, claims the Daily Express, with experts predicting 2014 will mark the start of a 15-year boom in stocks and shares.
The Audit Commission claims fraud in the care system has almost doubled in a year as middle-class families try to hide their assets from the taxman, writes The Times.
The Guardian leads on the release of Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams after four days in police custody being questioned over the kidnapping, killing and burial of widowed mother-of-10 Jean McConville in 1972.
Labour must come clean with the public and admit it will need to raise taxes after the 2015 general election, a former adviser to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown has urged, writes The Independent.
Its sister paper, i, claims Labour leader Ed Miliband is considering taking train lines into public ownership if his party wins the next election.
The Daily Star has a story on the death of model and TV presenter Peaches Geldof.
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