Today’s newspapers

‘Loneliest birthday’

A round-up of the headlines from the UK front pages

The Sun says that Prince William and Harry were “united in grief” as the estranged brothers spoke for two hours after their grandfather’s funeral on Saturday. The Daily Mail says the Queen will have the “loneliest birthday” as she turns 95 on Wednesday.

Football hits the front pages today with plans for a European football Super League prompting an intervention from Downing Street. Boris Johnson has urged the six English clubs who have signed up to the plan not to progress any further, notes The Times.

Meanwhile, The Guardian quotes a retiring chief constable who says the best way to reduce crime is to cut poverty and inequality. Andy Cooke tells the paper that if he were given £5bn to slash crime, he would use £4bn to tackle poverty.

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