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LEUS CHANGE
The Sunday Times exposé of banker Dmitry Leus's bid to enter the British establishment is far less flattering than the fawning in its sister paper, the Times.

TRUST ISSUES
Catastrophic miscalculations by Guardian bosses, which have led to the needless loss of 10 percent of the staff, now threaten to provoke a strike.

JEREMY BILE
As Jeremy Kyle signs up with TalkRadio (prop: R Murdoch), the Sun's treatment of him has turns from the vicious to positively gushing. Fancy!

BROKEN RECORD
Oops! After the Daily Record unearths "hate tweets" from contributors to a podcast about Rangers FC, fans dig up old offensive tweets from Record hacks.

FOOTIE BALLS
An own-goal from Evening Standard editor Emily Sheffield as she pays tribute to a late friend – but can't tell her Fifa from her FA.

ARMS LENGTHS
Perhaps worried too few will attend, the biennial London weapons fair DSEI twice invites Private Eye's hack to apply for a press pass – then excludes them!

LAME, SET & MATCH
After Emma Raducanu's victorious run in the US Open UK, headline writers leave no Big Apple cliché unturned – but they weren't the only winners.

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Prince Andrew to officially open a number of cupboards in which to hide – Court Circular exclusive… Panic buying starts as government promises there will be no October lockdown… Senior ministers vent fury at PM's national insurance rise by voting for it and not resigning… 'This is now the party for me,' says Jeremy Corbyn as tax-and-spend Tories fall behind in the polls… Raducanu victory on Amazon Prime and C4 signals end of the BBC… Relief as British weaponry left behind for Taliban turns out not to work… Keir Starmer unveils snappy 14,000- word Labour election slogan… Widespread joy as offices reopen and rush-hour traffic jams resume… Miriam Margolyes' Diary, as told to Craig Brown

Laughing stocks
Big Tory donors unfazed by the NI hike

Profits of doom
More rich pickings for Covid entrepreneurs

Teen vaccination
MD on the arguments for and against

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