Today's papers report on the first pictures released of the inside of Grenfell Tower after the devastating blaze last week.

Both the Daily Mail and Mirror carry headlines of 'Inside Hell' when describing the scene in one of the high-rise flats left destroyed.

Elsewhere, Britain is due to begin official discussions in Brussels over an exit from the European Union.

The Times

FIRE VICTIMS LEFT IN LURCH BY CHAOTIC RELIEF EFFORT

Relief efforts at Grenfell Tower descended into chaos yesterday with reports of survivors being rehoused hundreds of miles away and others failing to receive more than £20 from the Government's emergency relief fund.

HAMMOND SINKS KNIFE INTO MAY FOR 'MISTAKES'

Philip Hammond exacted his revenge on Theresa May yesterday, attacking her campaign "mistakes" as he set out his stall to replace her at No 10.

PROSTATE CANCER TEST

A new blood test could tell prostate cancer patients whether they should have targeted drugs, let them know if treatment is working and alert them to relapses.

The Guardian

FRAGILE TORIES WARNED OVER 'BRUTAL BREXIT'

European leaders fear Theresa May's government is too fragile to negotiate viable terms on which to leave the union, meaning the discussions that officially begin today could end in a "brutal Brexit" under which talks collapse without any deal.

PM ORDERS CASH PAYMENT FOR GRENFELL FAMILIES

Theresa May announced last night that all families left homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire will receive at least £5,500 to help them rebuild their lives.

STOP PEDDLING MYTHS ON FOREIGN AID, MINISTER TELLS CRITICS

Britain's foreign aid minister, Priti Patel, has told the Guardian she is fed up with the myth that all she does is sit at her desk "writing cheques to North Korea", in her most robust response yet to critics of the foreign aid budget.

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The Sun

ANT'S PHONE BAN IN REHAB

Troubled Ant McPartlin is not being allowed to have his phone or visitors in rehab.

BREXIT BEGINS

Britain is seeking a "deal like no other in history" as our landmark EU divorce talks finally get under way today, Brexit boss David Davis declared.

WHAT A LORRA RUBBISH

Fans have ridiculed Channel 5's Blind Date revamp over its "low budget" trips.

The Telegraph

DAVID DAVIS TIPPED TO BE INTERIM TORY LEADER

David Davis last night emerged as the unity candidate to lead the Conservative Party after he was tipped for the post by allies of Boris Johnson.

LET INFERNO VICTIMS SEIZE EMPTY HOMES, SAYS CORBYN

Families made homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire should be free to occupy any empty properties they like across London's wealthiest borough, Jeremy Corbyn appeared to suggest yesterday.

BROKEN HEARTS NEVER HEAL, SAY SCIENTISTS

Only time can heal a broken heart - or so we thought. In fact, scientists believe that "broken heart syndrome" can leave physical scars that never disappear.

The Mirror

INSIDE HELL

These are the hellish scenes that show how the Grenfell Tower blaze ravaged everything in its wake as it tore through the high-rise.

HAMMOND: NO EU DEAL WOULD BE BAD FOR UK

Theresa May's Brexit plans were branded a "mess" as the negotiations were due to start.

TWIN BEY-BIES ARRIVE

Beyonce has given birth to her twins, but the singer and her rapper husband Jay Z are keeping mum about the details.

Daily Mail

INSIDE HELL

Amid piles of shattered debris, a burnt-out sink, washing machine and oven bear mute witness to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

GOOGLE PLOTS BLITZ ON IS PROPAGANDA

Google is to start automatically searching for extremist material online - as it finally takes seriously the threat of terrorists on the web.

WOMAN WHOSE TUMMY BUG TURNED OUT TO BE ... A BEAUTIFUL BOUNCING BABY!

When a hospital consultant sat Sarah Fletcher down and told her there was 'no easy way' to break the news she had, she thought she was going to tell her she was terminally ill.

The Financial Times

HAMMOND URGES FOCUS ON BUSINESS IN BREXIT TALKS

Philip Hammond has launched his campaign to put business concerns at the heart of Brexit, warning that crashing out of the EU without a deal would be "a very, very bad outcome for Britain".

UBER LOSES GROUND TO LYFT IN THE US AMID STRING OF SCANDALS AND SENIOR DEPARTURES

Uber is losing ground in the US, its biggest market, to a rival once written off as a bit player, as the ride-hailing company grapples with a series of crises including the temporary absence of its chief executive.

OSBORNE WIELDS SHARPENED PEN AGAINST WEAKENED MAY

'Very weak at a time when the country needs leadership', is how George Osborne described Theresa May.

Express

EU EXIT DEAL TO BOOST BRITAIN

Britain will start official talks today in a historic move to take the country out of the EU.

ALARM OVER POLICING CUTBACKS AS TOTAL NUMBER OF ARRESTS FALLS BY HALF

The number of suspected criminals arrested has halved in eight years, figures revealed yesterday.

ANT IN REHAB AFTER STAR ADMITS DRINK AND DRUG PROBLEMS

Ant McPartlin's wife and his best friend Dec Donnelly thanked fans for their outpouring of love yesterday after the TV star entered rehab for drink and prescription drugs problems.

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