The papers report that Theresa May faced fury yesterday over the £24.3billion cost of her deal with the DUP to stay in power.

Elsewhere, the Queen is to receive an 8 per cent increase in her official funding after a record-breaking performance by the crown estate.

Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on people from six Muslim countries has partly been approved by judges, say the papers.

The Times

MAY BUYS DUP SUPPORT WITH £1BILLION 'BUNG'

Theresa May was accused last night of paying a "bung" to stay in office as she unveiled a £1billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party which will mean English voters footing the bill.

BUMPER YEAR GIVES QUEEN £6M BOOST

The Queen is to receive an 8 per cent increase in her official funding after a record-breaking performance by the crown estate.

SIKH COUPLE TOLD THEY WERE WRONG CULTURE TO ADOPT A WHITE CHILD

A Sikh husband and wife have begun legal action after claiming that they were refused permission to adopt a white child because of their "cultural heritage".

The Guardian

MAY HANDS £1BN BONANZA TO DUP TO CLING ON AT NO 10

Theresa May faced a fierce backlash from politicians in Scotland, Wales and parts of England on Monday after completing a £1bn deal with the Democratic Unionist party to prop up her Conservative minority government.

TRUMP HAILS GO-AHEAD FROM COURT FOR TRAVEL BAN

Donald Trump has hailed a US Supreme Court ruling allowing the partial reinstatement of his controversial travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries as a "victory for our national security".

UK'S NEW AIRCRAFT CARRIER SAILS INTO CYBER SQUALL

Britain's new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, which left the Rosyth dockyard for the open sea yesterday, could be vulnerable to a cyber-attack as it appears to be using the same outdated software that left the NHS exposed.

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The Sun

LESBIAN ROMP BEHIND BRAS

A lesbian jailbird told yesterday how she and a woman prison guard kissed and groped each other in her cell.

SPENDING'S UP AND DUP

Theresa May faced fury yesterday over the £24.3billion cost of her deal with the DUP to stay in power.

BECKERING WITH THE OTHER HALF

David and Victoria Beckham's first Glastonbury was marred by a backstage row - because she was furious at him leaving her on her own.The Telegraph

£1BN FOR DUP IS 'JUST THE START'

The Democratic Unionist Party's £1 billion deal to prop up the Conservative Government may come at an even greater cost because the DUP will be "back for more", it was claimed last night.

HUNT STAYED SILENT OVER 700,000 LOST LETTERS TO PATIENTS

Jeremy Hunt kept quiet for months about a "major blunder" that resulted in more than 700,000 letters to NHS patients being mislaid, some of which contained cancer diagnosis, treatment plans and blood tests.

TOWER FIRE TESTS IGNORE 'COMBUSTIBLE' INSULATION

Tower blocks around the country might be fitted with the same insulation that fuelled the Grenfell inferno, but it is not included in the current Government tests, it has emerged.

The Mirror

MAY'S £1BN BRIBE TO CRACKPOTS

Theresa May yesterday blew £1billion of taxpayers' money on a pact with the DUP to keep her in power.

TRUMP FINALLY GETS HIS TRAVEL BAN

Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on people from six Muslim countries has partly been approved by judges.

POWER AT ALL COSTS

After years of insisting there is no money for public services, health and schools Theresa May yesterday found cash galore in order to buy herself more time in Number 10.

Daily Mail

SCHOOLS' BID TO SWAY ELECTION

Headmasters stand accused of trying to sway the general election by attacking Tory policies.

DOCTORS' UNION CLAIMS HOSPITALS CRISIS IS TORY PLOT TO PRIVATISE NHS

The new head of the doctors' union claims ministers have deliberately engineered a hospital crisis to pave the way for privatisation.

STAFF STUCK AT DESKS SIT DOWN EVEN MORE THAN THE OVER-75S

Aching joints and failing mobility can force many of us into a more sedentary existence as time rolls by.

The Financial Times

MAY ACCUSED OF 'GRUBBY' £1BN DEAL TO WIN BACKING FROM DUP

Theresa May was accused of writing a blank cheque to Northern Ireland in a "grubby" deal to stay in power, after she promised an initial £1bn payment to win the backing of 10 Democratic Unionist party MPs.

PHARMA REBEL SHKRELI ON TRIAL FOR FRAUD

Martin Shkreli, the former Turing Pharmaceuticals chief executive, arrives for the first day of jury selection in his federal securities fraud trial yesterday in Brooklyn, New York.

US MAKER OF GRENFELL CLADDING TO HALT SALE OF FLAMMABLE VERSION FOR HIGH RISES

Arconic, the US engineering group that produced the cladding panels fitted to London's Grenfell Tower, has announced it would no longer sell the flammable version for use in high rise buildings.

Express

NEW WAY TO BEAT DIABETES

A new simple stomach operation could cure diabetes for millions of overweight Britons.

DOCTORS' EXODUS PUSHES SURGERIES 'TO THE BRINK'

GP services are on the verge of collapse and desperately need more investment, one of the country's leading doctors warned last night.

SIX DEAD, 16 MISSING IN FERRY HORROR

At least six people died and 16 were still missing yesterday after a tourist boat sank in Colombia.

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