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The papers: Monday's front pages

Writer Bonnie Greer and columnist James Rampton, from the Independent, joined the BBC News Channel to discuss Monday's front pages.

They began by discussing the Times's front page, which focuses on Conservative leader David Cameron's claim that a Labour government would increase families' tax bills by £3,000.

The pair then moved on to the Financial Times's report on Labour leader Ed Miliband's suggestion that Tory plans for a referendum on European Union membership would put the economy at risk.

They also examined the Independent's coverage of Labour's fear that Mr Cameron could remain prime minister for several weeks, even if his party failed to win the largest number of seats.

  • 30 Mar 2015
  • From the section UK