The papers report that Theresa May is to attempt to bolster her precarious position in Downing Street with an unprecedented invitation to Labour to help her create policies for a post-Brexit Britain as she tries to quell a Tory plot to replace her.

Elsewhere, Iraq's prime minister arrived in Mosul yesterday to declare its liberation from Islamic State after nine months of attritional warfare and the loss of thousands of lives.

Traditional families with a working father and stay-at-home mother have fallen far behind in the race for decent living standards, a think-tank report said yesterday, say the papers.

The Times

WEAKENED MAY PLEADS FOR SUPPORT FROM RIVALS

Theresa May will attempt tomorrow to relaunch her faltering premiership with an extraordinary appeal for cross-party unity as she faces a new "reality" as a prime minister without a majority.

IRAQ DECLARES VICTORY OVER ISIS IN BATTLE OF MOSUL

Iraq's prime minister arrived in Mosul yesterday to declare its liberation from Islamic State after nine months of attritional warfare and the loss of thousands of lives.

SINGLE-EARNER FAMILIES SLIDING INTO POVERTY AS WAGES STAGNATE

The income of families with stay-at-home mothers is no higher than it was 15 years ago, with half now in relative poverty, new research reveals today.

The Guardian

MAY APPEALS TO LABOUR FOR POLICY IDEAS

Theresa May is to attempt to bolster her precarious position in Downing Street with an unprecedented invitation to Labour to help her create policies for a post-Brexit Britain as she tries to quell a Tory plot to replace her.

IRAQ CELEBRATES VICTORY IN BATTLE FOR MOSUL

Iraq's prime minister has declared victory over Islamic State forces in Mosul after nearly nine months of bloody fighting to displace the extremist group from the city where it proclaimed its "caliphate".

CAN'T AFFORD SILICON VALLEY RENTS? I'LL BUILD YOU A VILLAGE, FACEBOOK BOSS TELLS WORKERS

Facebook is to build its own 1,500-home village for workers struggling to keep up with soaring rents as the housing crisis in Silicon Valley, California, deepens.

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The Sun

GIVE OUR CHARLIE A MIRACLE

The parents of terminally ill Charlie Gard yesterday begged judges to let him go to America for "miracle" treatment.

PM BEGS JEZ TO HELP BREX

Theresa May's plan for EU citizens here was blasted by Euro MPs yesterday - as she begged Jeremy Corbyn to help make Brexit work.

KONTA HAS A GREAT BAKE HAND

Brit tennis hope Jo Konta has become the Mary Berry of Wimbledon by serving up hand-made cakes to her team.The Telegraph

MAY'S CRY FOR HELP TO CORBYN

Theresa May will tomorrow ask Jeremy Corbyn for his support to deliver Brexit and push through other laws as she acknowledges the "reality I now face as Prime Minister".

MOSUL IS FREE AFTER THREE YEARS UNDER ISIL'S SHADOW

Almost exactly three years ago today, Isil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced a caliphate from the Iraqi city of Mosul.

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT REJECTS BRITAIN'S 'DAMP SQUIB' OFFER ON CITIZEN RIGHTS

The European Parliament last night threatened to veto Theresa May's offer on EU citizens' rights, branding it a "damp squib" that risked creating a "second class of citizenship".

The Mirror

OUR CHARLIE IS STILL FIGHTING & SO ARE WE

Charlie Gard's parents have made an emotional plea for the tot to be given a final chance of life ahead of a crucial court hearing today.

OOOOH ARRRRM!

Poldark's newest heart-throb Harry Richardson goes out on a limb as he gets cosy with co-star Eleanor Tomlinson.

MAY: GOT ANY BRIGHT IDEAS?

Troubled Theresa May is offering to look at ideas from other parties in a bid to get her reforms through Parliament.

Daily Mail

CHARLIE'S DAY OF DESTINY

His heartrending fight for life has gripped the world and even prompted dramatic interventions from the White House and the Vatican.

DEMELZA'S BROTHER IN ARMS ... POLDARK STAR ROMANCES TV SIBLING

To Poldark fans, they are siblings Demelza and Drake - so the sight of Eleanor Tomlinson and Harry Richardson kissing might lead some to choke on their cornflakes.

CASH CRISIS FOR MOTHERS WHO WANT TO STAY AT HOME

Traditional families with a working father and stay-at-home mother have fallen far behind in the race for decent living standards, a think-tank report said yesterday.

The Financial Times

MAY BRACED FOR BACKLASH OVER HISTORIC REPEAL BILL

Theresa May will this week pledge to embrace ideas from Labour in an attempt to shore up her premiership against mutinous MPs as she prepares to publish the most significant piece of Brexit legislation.

IRAQ DECLARES VICTORY OVER ISIS AFTER EIGHT-MONTH BATTLE FOR CITY

There were celebrations on the streets of Mosul yesterday after Iraqi premier Haider al-Abadi declared victory against Isis following eight months of conflict that cost thousands of lives, displaced 1m people and caused an estimated one billion dollars of damage.

IT WILL PAY TO BE POSH WHEN THE NEXT PHASE OF THE ROBOT REVOLUTION TAKES OFF

In the race against the machines, it helps to be posh. The next wave of automation is threatening to undermine social mobility further in Britain by favouring people from affluent backgrounds.

Express

NEW WAY TO HALT DIABETES

A simple new monitoring method could be used as the latest weapon in the fight to halt Britain's spiralling diabetes crisis.

SO BESOTTED ... HARRY'S PALS SAY HE PLANS TO PROPOSE TO MEGHAN BY END OF SUMMER

Wedding bells could soon be ringing out for "besotted" Prince Harry with friends suggesting he is planning to propose to Meghan Markle this summer.

MOSUL LIBERATED FROM IS AFTER 3 BLOODY YEARS

Iraq's prime minister flew in to Mosul yesterday to declare victory over Islamic State after three years of brutality.

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