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Tory leadership debate and Hong Kong protests dominate Monday's front pages

The Times leads on the Tory leadership debate and features India vs Pakistan in cricket. Credit: @TimesPictures

The front pages are filled with would-be prime ministers jousting, a banking overhaul and a health horror.

Boris Johnson’s rivals for the Tory leadership offered competing visions during a televised debate, the Guardian reports, with The Times also quoting Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt as asking “Where is Boris?”

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The Daily Mirror also focuses on Mr Johnson’s non-participation at the debate, calling him a “chicken” while quoting International Development Secretary Rory Stewart as saying “the public has a right to hear from us and judge”.

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The Daily Telegraph leads by quoting an inside column from Mr Johnson promising full fibre internet to every British home by 2025 if he becomes prime minister.

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Inventors have discovered how to turn Wensleydale cheese leftovers into gas, the Daily Star says.

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The Financial Times leads with Deutsche Bank’s overhaul plans including establishing a so-called “bad bank” to hold or sell certain assets.

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And the Daily Mail reports crime figures showing 90% of cannabis users and growers in parts of England are receiving a warning and not a criminal charge.

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