The papers report that Donald Trump has vowed to hunt down and prosecute officials who leaked pictures of the Manchester bomb scene to the US media.

The Manchester bomber is believed to have planned the attack for at least a year and bought nails and screws for the atrocity in two trips to DIY stores in the city, says The Times.

Elsewhere, Theresa May's poll lead has fallen to five points a fortnight before the general election - the smallest margin over Labour since she came to power last July.

The Times

BOMBER PLANNED FOR A YEAR

The Manchester bomber is believed to have planned the attack for at least a year and bought nails and screws for the atrocity in two trips to DIY stores in the city, The Times has learnt.

TORY LEAD CUT TO FIVE POINTS AS CORBYN CLOSES IN ON MAY

Theresa May's poll lead has fallen to five points a fortnight before the general election - the smallest margin over Labour since she came to power last July.

BOMB WAS ASSEMBLED IN FLAT WHERE KILLER SPENT LAST HOURS

A rented flat near one of the country's busiest railway stations was used to assemble the bomb detonated in the Manchester terror attack.

The Guardian

MAY: TECHNOLOGY GIANTS MUST LEAD FIGHT AGAINST EXTREMISM

Theresa May will today urge G7 leaders to press technology giants into doing more to suppress extremist content online, arguing that the fight against Islamic State is shifting from the "battlefield to the internet".

ACCOMPLICES TO MANCHESTER BOMBING MAY STILL BE AT LARGE

Police fear accomplices who helped the Manchester Arena bomber could still be on the loose, with raids in the south of the city uncovering materials similar to those used to murder 22 people on Monday.

REPUBLICAN CHARGED FOR 'BODY SLAM' ON GUARDIAN REPORTER

A Republican politician running for office in Montana has been charged after being accused of assaulting a Guardian reporter, breaking his glasses and shouting: "Get the hell out of here".

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The Sun

INSIDE BOMB FACTORY

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi built his deadly device with the backing of IS warlords in this £75-a-night city centre flat.

MAY'S WAR ON FACEBOOK

Theresa May will today demand world leaders help her force Facebook and other internet giants to stop terrorists spreading hate online.

ONE SNORT OF COCAINE CAN GET YOU HOOKED

One snort of cocaine could be enough to get someone hooked, latest research claims.The Telegraph

CORBYN: UK WARS TO BLAME FOR TERROR

Jeremy Corbyn will today link Britain's involvement in military action abroad to terrorist attacks such as the Manchester suicide bomb.

ATTACKER'S LAIR PROMPTS FEARS OF SECOND BOMB

The Manchester suicide bomber may have built a second device which is now in the hands of fellow jihadists, police fear.

TRUMP SHAMES NATO LEADERS OVER DEFENCE

Donald Trump yesterday used his first Nato summit to demand European countries pay more towards their defence.

The Mirror

BANK HOLIDAY BOMB ALERT

The NHS is on high alert amid fears of a further terror strike over the bank holiday.

'TROUBLED' TRUMP: I'LL FIND LEAKER OF UK BOMB SECRETS

Donald Trump has vowed to hunt down and prosecute officials who leaked pictures of the Manchester bomb scene to the US media.

THE BAKE HOLIDAY

If you enjoyed the hottest day of the year yesterday, get ready for things to turn up a notch today.

Daily Mail

CURB WEB GIANTS THAT GIVE TERROR A VOICE

Theresa May will today urge world leaders to crack down on social media giants that refuse to co-operate on terror.

THE LATEST FITNESS TREND: GOAT YOGA - NO KIDDING!

Forget the downward dog and the cat stretch, this is the latest yoga craze - the trampling goat.

KILLER 'SPENT HIS GAP YEAR AFTER COLLEGE FIGHTING WITH LIBYA JIHADIS'

Bomber Salman Abedi was hospitalised fighting alongside jihadis in Libya on his gap year, it was claimed last night.

The Financial Times

OPEC STRIKES DEAL TO EXTEND SUPPLY SQUEEZE INTO 2018

Opec has signed a deal to extend its production cuts into next year, as the oil cartel and its allies step up their attempts to end a three-year supply glut that has savaged crude prices and the global energy industry.

TRUMP 'TROUBLED' BY LEAKS OVER MANCHESTER INVESTIGATION

Donald Trump said the alleged US leaks of highly sensitive material relating to the Manchester terrorist attack were "deeply troubling" and pledged to prosecute any US officials involved, ahead of meeting Theresa May in Brussels.

'DIEHARD' RBS INVESTORS HOLD OUT TO SEE DISGRACED GOODWIN'S DAY IN COURT

Diehard Royal Bank of Scotland shareholders intent on seeing the bank's former chief executive Fred Goodwin in court are leading resistance to settlement with the state-backed lender in a £700m lawsuit.

Express

BOMBING WAS 'VERY WICKED'

The Queen comforted young survivors of the Manchester bombing yesterday and condemned the "very wicked" attack that killed 22 and left 119 wounded.

FLYING SHRAPNEL HIT MOTHER'S MOBILE PHONE SAVING HER LIFE

A mother was saved by her mobile phone when it deflected shrapnel from the bomb flying towards her head.

EAST EUROPEAN MIGRATION TUMBLES

Net migration to the UK has fallen to below a quarter of a million for the first time in nearly three years.

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