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What the papers say – July 3

  What the papers say – July 3 Prime Minister’s Brexit woes, England’s World Cup chance and Thailand cave rescue make the Tuesday front pages.The Times says Theresa May’s attempt to establish a Cabinet ceasefire over Brexit was plunged into chaos amid infighting and suspicions over a compromise on the customs union.

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A rescue operation to return 12 Thai boys from a flooded cave, the death of a woman exposed to Novichok in Wiltshire and the latest on Brexit are at the top of the agenda for Monday’s papers.

Police launched a murder inquiry after Dawn Sturgess died 10 days after she was exposed to the nerve agent in Salisbury, the Daily Mail reports.

The Daily Mirror also leads with the death of Ms Sturgess, a 44-year-old mother-of-three.

Jacob Rees-Mogg, who leads an influential group of Eurosceptic MPs, has written in the Daily Telegraph saying he will vote against the Prime Minister’s Brexit plans.

The Independent reports that Theresa May faces a leadership challenge amid anger from some MPs over the strategy agreed by Cabinet.

In a later edition, The Times leads with David Davis’s resignation, saying his departure has sparked a Cabinet “crisis”.

What the papers say – July 2

  What the papers say – July 2 Brexit, high street woes and a seaside tragedy lead the Monday papers.The Times leads with a report that Theresa May’s chief Brexit negotiator, Oliver Robbins, has told ministers that they will not strike a bespoke trade deal with the EU.

What The Papers Say was a British radio, and formerly television, series. It consisted of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors.

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Meanwhile before the turmoil, The Daily Express said Theresa May had called on the EU to start negotiating seriously on a deal.

The Metro says rising water levels forced Thai authorities to launch the perilous rescue mission, which also makes the front of the Financial Times.

The i and Guardian report on the joy and relief as the first four boys emerged from the cave.

And The Sun has spoken to Sir Geoff Hurst ahead of England’s World Cup semi-final clash with Croatia.

'I Love You Mom, I Love You Dad.' Trapped Thai Soccer Team Sends Handwritten Notes From the Cave .
Handwritten messages from the 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for almost two weeks have made the long journey from their cavern confines to the world waiting anxiously for them outside. “The kids said ‘don’t worry,’ everyone is strong, they have a long list of food they want to eat when they get outside,” a Thai Navy SEAL wrote on the first of a small collection of mud-stained papers delivered by a diver. “They ask that their teachers won’t give them much homework when they come back.

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