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Monday's front pages: Iran and US war of words, 'Infantile Hulk' Boris Johnson and Rod Stewart's good cancer news

Boris Johnson has been compared unfavourably to a Marvel hero. Credit: The Metro

A variety of stories make the front pages at the start of the working week – from more moves on Brexit through to trouble in the Middle East.

The Times leads with unrest between the United States and Iran – after Washington accused Tehran of launching drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities.

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The Financial Times carries the financial implications to the attack which has seen production levels halve.

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The Daily Telegraph runs with Brexit, and carries a column from Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying he wants to “get this thing done”, adding there were “real signs of movement” on the Irish backstop.

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The Guardian carries reaction to Mr Johnson comparing himself to the Incredible Hulk alongside an investigation which suggests a rise in children linked to county lines gangs.

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Metro puts the Hulk story front and centre – with Guy Verhofstadt calling Mr Johnson “infantile” after making the comparison.

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The Daily Mirror reports that music star Rod Stewart has “beaten” prostate cancer.

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The Sun reports that guests who meet the Queen have been asked not to talk about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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The Daily Mail reports “hundreds of thousands” of crimes are “written off” by police 24 hours after being reported.

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And the Daily Star reports clowns have faced a downturn in business after horror films have left parents scared of hiring them.

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