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The papers: Monday's front pages

Features writer James Rampton, from the Independent, and Sun chief political correspondent Kevin Schofield joined the BBC News Channel to review Monday's papers.

They began by discussing the Daily Telegraph's front page, which reports that Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has written to mosques suggesting they have a "responsibility" to prevent youngsters becoming radicalised.

The pair then moved on to the Times's front-page picture story, about Home Secretary Theresa May saying she felt "saddened" that Jews did not feel safe in British society. They also discussed the Times's lead story, reporting that falling fuel prices will offer a boost to family "spending power".

  • 19 Jan 2015
  • From the section UK