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What the papers say – June 25

What the papers say – June 24

Harry Kane’s heroics take centre stage on the bulk of Monday’s papers, with his three goals helping England to a 6-1 win over Panama and a place in the next round of the World Cup.

The Times carries a picture of Kane celebrating the first of his three goals alongside an investigation which has found more than 30,000 children say they are in gangs.

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The Daily Telegraph carries a report on the upcoming Heathrow vote, with Chris Grayling saying a third runway at the airport is needed for the UK to continue to compete after leaving the EU.

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The Guardian runs with a call from MPs and campaigners to reduce Home Office fees for asylum, immigration, nationality and customs functions.

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The Financial Times reports that China is cutting the amount of reserves its banks are required to keep as Beijing moves to soften the impact of a potential trade war with the United States.

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The Metro runs with a story about Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson who is claimed to have made a “coup bid” against Prime Minster Theresa May.

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The carries comments from journalist Kate Maltby who said she underestimated the backlash after making allegations of sexual harassment against senior MP Damian Green.

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The Independent carries a poll suggesting Britons back increasing the number of visas given to skilled foreign workers.

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The Daily Mirror runs with an investigation claiming that plastic bottles from Britain are being sent to Bangladesh where “recycling gangs” hire children as young as seven.

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The Sun runs with England’s footballing success, saying that the Three Lions have “made World Cup history”.

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The Daily Mail carries an investigation into the “disturbing trade” in stolen passports, with MPs calling for action.

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The Daily Express reports the forthcoming visit of US president Donald Trump will “put a huge extra strain on our over-stretched police”.

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While the Daily Star reports that pubs ran dry as England fans toasted the side’s success in Russia.

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