UK & World News
Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: The Daily Telegraph
Schools will not be warned about inspections after it emerged that the ringleaders of the alleged Trojan Horse plot put on "arranged shows of cultural inclusivity" to fool regulators.
:: The Guardian
The story about Downing Street ordering snap inspections in response to allegations of extremism in schools in Birmingham is also the lead.
:: Daily Mail
A quarter of GP surgeries shut for at least one afternoon a week, while others take a lunch break of up to four-and-a-half hours.
:: Daily Mirror
A new search for the body of Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett will begin next week.
:: The Times
Michael Gove and Theresa May have been ordered to an early meeting at Downing Street after they disagreed over the handling of the extremism allegations.
:: Daily Express
Only one in 70 people suspected of being in the country illegally is arrested.
:: Daily Star
The paper leads with a story about Big Brother.
:: The Sun
A remote Brazilian tribe in the Amazon rainforest has thrown its support behind England's World Cup team.
:: Financial Times
Sweden's leaders have cast doubt on former Luxembourg prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker's bid to be the next European Commission president.
:: The Independent
New frontlines have opened as militants battle to establish an Islamic state across Iraq and Syria.
:: The i
Claims of corruption surrounding the Qatar 2022 World Cup, is the lead, as sponsors for this year's tournament demand an inquiry into the allegations.
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