UK & World News

  • 2 June 2014, 7:19

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Guardian, Daily Star

Senior figures at Fifa are considering a new vote on where the 2022 World Cup should be staged following allegations of corruption during the initial process. The Daily Star claims the destination of the 2018 tournament could also be reviewed.

:: Daily Mirror

Tests on cats in which their skulls were cut open and probes put in their brains have been labelled "torture".

:: Financial Times

The Tories will offer Scots control of income tax in an attempt to sway voters ahead of the referendum on independence.

:: The Times

UKIP's election victory is a "wake-up call" on the need for EU reform, says Tony Blair.

:: Daily Express

Reforms to be announced in the Queen's Speech on Wednesday could boost pension payouts by 30%.

:: The Daily Telegraph

The Church of England is opposing HS2 amid a warning the line would desecrate thousands of graves.

:: The Independent

Labour would oversee a big rise in NHS spending - and it could be funded by a hike in national insurance.

:: Daily Mail

Midwives have been given the go-ahead to start taking a leading role in conducting abortions.

:: The Sun

Katie Price is reunited with her "cheating husband" Kieran Hayler during a check-up on their unborn baby.

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