The papers: Monday's front pages
Political journalist Sean Dilley and broadcaster Penny Smith join the BBC News Channel to review Monday's papers.
Among the stories they discuss is the Archbishop of Canterbury's call for negotiations to be held with extremist group Boko Haram.
They also examine the Guardian's story that Liberal Democrats are calling for curbs to government spending on free schools.
The same newspaper's story that Iran is claiming it has "won" the conflict in Syria, is mentioned.
And Sean and Penny discuss "bizarre" questions asked to mortgage applicants: That is a Daily Mail story.
12 May 2014
- From the section UK