The papers report that stamp duty must be cut "as a matter of urgency" as part of a return to Conservative values if the party is to win the next election, Jacob Rees-Mogg declares today.

Elsewhere, Tony Blair is facing serious questions over potential conflicts of interest after emails revealed he was secretly on the payroll of a wealthy Arab state while working as Middle East envoy.

The number of air passengers arrested for drunken misbehaviour on flights and in airports has risen by 50 per cent in the past year, an investigation has found, says The Times.

The Times

MAY FACES BACKLASH OVER RUSHED BREXIT PLANS

Theresa May is facing claims by senior Whitehall officials that Brexit decisions are being "rushed through" in chaotic fashion over the summer.

ARRESTS OF DRUNKEN AIR PASSENGERS UP BY 50%

The number of air passengers arrested for drunken misbehaviour on flights and in airports has risen by 50 per cent in the past year, an investigation has found.

FUNDING CRISIS LEAVES THOUSANDS OF CARE HOMES FACING COLLAPSE

One in six care home companies is in danger of insolvency, according to a report warning that successive rises in the living wage have driven up costs to the point where they may bankrupt a large part of the system.

The Guardian

TRUMP UNDER FIRE FROM ALL SIDES AS WOMAN DIES AT FAR-RIGHT RALLY

Politicians from all sides have rounded on Donald Trump for failing explicitly to condemn white supremacy groups or use the term domestic terrorism after a woman was killed when a car smashed into antiracism protesters at the weekend, as the US Department of Justice opened a civil rights investigation into the death.

HAMMOND ACCUSED OF CAVING IN ON CUSTOMS DEAL

The chancellor, Philip Hammond, was accused of ceding ground to hard Brexit enthusiasts in the cabinet yesterday after he signed an article saying the UK will not remain in the customs union framework during the transitional period after Brexit.

LONDON COUNCIL TELLS HMRC 13,000 LANDLORDS FAILING TO DECLARE INCOME

Up to 13,000 landlords in just one London borough have been identified as failing to declare their rental income, prompting estimates that unpaid tax in the capital is costing the public purse nearly £200m.

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The Sun

HUNT'S £44K FLUSH FUND

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has had a £44,000 toilet and shower suite put in his new office after ordering £22billion NHS cuts.

THE DEATH TRAPS IN YOUR KITCHEN

Ministers are today accused of putting lives at risk as we reveal faulty white goods are causing nearly ten fires a day.

RING AND I

The life of boxing great Muhammad Ali is to be turned into a knockout musical.The Telegraph

REES-MOGG: CUT STAMP DUTY NOW

Stamp duty must be cut "as a matter of urgency" as part of a return to Conservative values if the party is to win the next election, Jacob Rees-Mogg declares today.

TRUMP AIDE: 'PROTESTER'S DEATH WAS ACT OF TERRORISM'

The death of an anti-fascist protester in Charlottesville was declared an act of terrorism last night by Donald Trump's national security adviser.

BLAIR PAID MILLIONS BY ARAB STATE WHILE ENVOY

Tony Blair is facing serious questions over potential conflicts of interest after emails revealed he was secretly on the payroll of a wealthy Arab state while working as Middle East envoy.

The Mirror

ANT: MY FIGHT TO SAVE MARRIAGE

Ant McPartlin is winning his fight against drug addiction and has now vowed to save his marriage.

TORIES FACE A BREXSPLIT

Theresa May is facing chaos as a senior backbencher threatens to quit the party over Brexit.

CHEF SI SHARPENS HIS JIVES

TV chef Simon Rimmer has been revealed as one of this year's Strictly Come Dancing contestants but admits he could be a recipe for disaster on the dance floor.

Daily Mail

WAR ON HEART DEATHS

Millions are to be offered checks at GP surgeries and pharmacies in an NHS drive to prevent heart disease and early deaths.

WHITE HOUSE PLOT 'TO OUST TRUMP'

The White House communications director sacked by Donald Trump has claimed people in the administration are plotting to oust the President.

HAMMOND 'BROUGHT TO HEEL' OVER SOFT BREXIT

Philip Hammond has been brought to heel over the terms of Britain's departure from the EU, Brexiteers claimed last night.

The Financial Times

BRUSSELS SEEKS TIGHTER VETTING OF TAKEOVERS TO EASE FEARS OVER CHINA

Brussels will call for more rigorous screening of foreign takeovers of European companies, as it seeks to address mounting concerns at the surge of Chinese investment into the bloc's high-tech manufacturing, energy and infrastructure sectors.

SURGING FLOWS INTO EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS DRIVE US STOCKS BUBBLE ANXIETY

Record-breaking inflows into exchange traded funds this year are fuelling fears that the tide of money surging into passive investments is helping to inflate a bubble in the US stock market.

UK BOOKIES HIT JACKPOT BUT ONLINE UPSTAIRS POSE THREAT

British gambling groups have been at the forefront of the 44.5 billion dollar online betting industry for the past two decades.

Express

FURY AT PLOT TO GET NEW EU VOTE

Fears were raised last night that opponents of Brexit will push for a second referendum.

BRITONS PAYING £3BN IN 'STEALTH' HOLIDAY TAXES

Hard-working Britons are being hit with over £3billion in "unfair" holiday taxes, research shows today.

MY SECRET ADDICTION TO PAINKILLERS ALMOST KILLED ME, SAYS ANT

TV star Ant McPartlin has revealed that his secret addiction to powerful prescription painkillers nearly killed him.

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