Today's papers report on the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.

Prince's William and Harry marked the occasion with a visit to see floral tributes at Kensington Palace.

Meanwhile, Theresa May has come out fighting, stating she is "not a quitter" and is prepared to fight the next election as Conservative Party leader.

The Sun adds that the Prime Minister wants to stay on for another 10 years.

The Times

MAY WANTS TO FIGHT NEXT ELECTION

Theresa May has vowed to remain in No 10 for five years and fight the next election as Conservative Party leader, saying: "I am not a quitter."

CHILD IN MUSLIM FOSTER HOME ROW MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF BRITAIN

The grandparents of the child at the centre of the Tower Hamlets care row want to take her out of the country after a judge ruled that she should be removed from her foster parents.

£100M ON TABLE TO HIRE ENOUGH DOCTORS FOR THE SEVEN-DAY NHS

Recruiters will be paid up to £100 million to find enough doctors to plug staffing gaps in the NHS as the seven day working week comes into force.

The Guardian

'I'M NO QUITTER' - MAY PLEDGE TO LEAD TORIES BEYOND BREXIT

Theresa May insisted yesterday she could fight another general election as prime minister, arguing that she was "not a quitter" despite June's disastrous election result and repeated criticisms of her style of leadership.

MORE SCHOOLS ACCUSED OF 'WEEDING OUT' SIXTH FORMERS

Dozens of parents and pupils have contacted the Guardian complaining that schools in different areas of England are ejecting sixth-form students half way through their A-level course for failing to achieve sufficiently high grades.

APOLOGY FOR BOY BARRED FROM PRINCESS PARTY

Disneyland Paris has apologised after barring a three-year-old boy from participating in its "princess for a day" experience because of his gender.

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The Sun

SHE'S STILL THE PEOPLE'S PRINCESS

William and Harry yesterday read floral tributes left by the public in memory of People's Princess Diana on the 20th anniversary of her death.

THERESA STAY

Theresa May has vowed to stay on in No10 for up to ten more years, declaring she is "not a quitter".

SWEAR GRYLLS

Viewers rapped Bear Grylls' new show Celebrity Island after stars dropped the F-bomb 52 times in the first episode.

The Telegraph

'ALL OF US LOST SOMEBODY THAT DAY'

The last time they inspected tributes at the gates of Kensington Palace, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry were mourning the death of their mother.

I'M NO QUITTER, SAYS MAY AS SHE VOWS TO CONTEST NEXT ELECTION

Theresa May has announced her intention to fight the next general election as she told her leadership rivals: "I'm not a quitter."

CHRISTIAN FOSTER GIRL'S FAMILY HAS BACKGROUND IN THE ISLAMIC FAITH

The mother of the five-year-old "Christian" girl who complained her daughter had been placed with Muslim foster carers was herself born into the Islamic faith.

The Mirror

TELL ME A STORY ABOUT MY MUM

Twenty years ago, dazed with shock and grief, the young princes made this very same tour of the tributes left to Princess Diana in an unprecedented outpouring of public emotion.

'TOXIC' MAY: I'M NO QUITTER & I'LL FIGHT THE NEXT ELECTION

Theresa May last night vowed to lead the Tories into the next election, despite surrendering her party's Commons majority less than three months ago.

SWEAR GRYLLS

Viewers have been shocked at the bad language on Bear Grylls' new show, with 65 swearwords in 44 minutes.

Daily Mail

MAY: I WILL FIGHT NEXT ELECTION

Theresa May stunned MPs last night by vowing to stay on as Tory leader and fight the 2022 general election.

IS THIS GIRL BRITAIN'S PICKIEST SINGLETON?

In the search for Mr Right, most women have a general idea of the sort of man they might get along with.

NEW TWIST IN CHRISTIAN FOSTER GIRL CASE AS SHE'S SENT TO LIVE WITH MUSLIM GRAN

A row over a five-year-old Christian child sent to live with Muslim foster carers took an extraordinary twist last night when it emerged the girl's grandparents are Muslims.

The Financial Times

NHS FACES £100M AGENCY BILL TO BOOST GP NUMBERS

The National Health Service is planning to pay recruitment agencies up to £100m to find 5,000 doctors - about half of them from overseas - to plug worsening staffing gaps.

MAY MAKES SURPRISE VOW TO LEAD CONSERVATIVES INTO 2022 ELECTION

Theresa May has said she intends to fight the next general election as prime minister in a surprise statement during a visit to Japan.

RISE IN OFFICIAL REQUESTS FOR TECH GROUP DATA HINTS AT SURGE UNDER NEW EU RULES

The US and UK governments have almost doubled their requests to obtain data from technology, media and telecoms companies over the past three years.

Express

MAY: I'M NOT A QUITTER

Theresa May yesterday put herself on a collision course with Tory critics by insisting she was "not a quitter".

EX-MINERS' LEADER SCARGILL LOSES FIGHT WITH UNION OVER BILL FOR HOME SECURITY

Former miners' leader Arthur Scargill has been ordered to pay for his own home security after trying to force union chiefs to pick up a £6,000 bill.

ON THE RISE ... 6.5M WATCH BAKE OFF

Great British Bake Off's return was a ratings success with 6.5 million people tuning in to watch its debut on Channel 4.

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