Monday's national newspaper front pages


:: The Daily Telegraph

More than 600 NHS quango chiefs are on six-figure salaries, despite many making repeated demands on the Government to increase NHS funding.

:: Daily Express

Research shows that women who eat healthily are 40% less likely to develop a fatal type of breast cancer.

:: Daily Star

One Direction fans are targeting the girls who accused singer Louis Tomlinson of attacking them at an airport, posting death threats and warning: "Watch your backs".

:: Metro

The number of suicides among university students has hit a record high, with a vice-chancellor warning that undergraduates arrive ill-prepared for exam stress.

:: i

Another 35,000 NHS beds are needed every day, the BMA has warned Chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of Wednesday's Budget.

:: The Times

The Chancellor is expected to pour more money into social care and offer short-term relief for those worst affected by business rate changes.

:: Daily Mirror

Teenagers trapped in webcam sex stings are being blackmailed by foreign "sextortion" gangs.

:: The Guardian

Sexual harassment, misconduct and gender violence by university staff are at "epidemic levels" in the UK.

:: Financial Times

Plans to create the UK's largest asset manager with the scale to compete on the global stage are set to be unveiled as early as Monday.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tuesday night's reviewers will be Ayesha Hazarika, former Labour adviser, and Tom Newton Dunn, political editor at The Sun.

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