UK & World News
Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages
Rising house prices, the Labour leader's plans for the minimum wage, and warm weather in Britain are among the stories featuring on the front pages.
Ed Miliband is to tackle low pay, saying a future Labour government would set a statutory minimum wage target linked to average hourly earnings, claims The Guardian.
Under the plans, Labour will commit itself to raising the minimum wage significantly faster than growth in average pay over five years if it wins the next election, says The Independent.
The i newspaper has the same story, claiming there are fears the move may damage growth and lead to a rise in unemployment.
A convicted murderer was on the run from a prison after being allowed out on day release, reports the Daily Mail.
The price of an average home is rising at a record rate of almost £10,000 a month as the Bank of England Governor suggested he may step in to cool the housing market, says The Daily Telegraph.
Borrowers face a mortgage crackdown with tough new rules to control soaring house prices, according to the Daily Express.
The Times says the Bank Of England Governor has warned the Government's Help To Buy scheme could distort the entire mortgage market and may have to be curbed.
The Daily Mirror claims 1,000 lollipop ladies have been axed since 2010, putting children's lives at risk.
There are hopes that warm weather in Britain could last for six weeks, says the Daily Star.
Pregnant Katie Price has been told she is expecting another daughter, according to The Sun.
Deutsche Bank has turned to the Qatari royal family as part of plans to raise 8bn euros (£6.5bn) as the lender tries to draw a line under fears over its capital strength, reports the FT.
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