Monday’s National Newspaper Front Pages – Sky News
THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES
:: i, The Guardian
Rebels in the Conservative Party are angry with Prime Minister David Cameron for his handling of the EU referendum campaign and are said to have circulated a letter of no confidence with the aim of toppling him after the vote.
:: Financial Times
RIT Capital Partners, the 55-year-old investment trust chaired by Lord Rothschild has approached its rival Alliance Trust about a takeover to create a publicly-listed company with a market value of more than Â£5bn.
:: The Daily Telegraph
The provost of Eton College has threatened to resign from the Conservative Party over government plans to make employers ask candidates whether they attended an independent school, in an effort to stop the poor missing out due to lack of “polish”.
:: The Times
The panel of experts that cut the recommended weekly safe drinking limit from 21 to 14 units for men, and warned women that every glass of wine raised their risk of breast cancer, contained several anti-alcohol lobbyists.
:: Daily Mirror
A four-year-old boy has survived falling into a gorilla enclosure at an American zoo, a mishap that resulted in the 30-stone animal being shot.
:: Daily Star
Actor Johnny Depp is “haunted” by his wife Amber Heard’s romantic past and topless photos with her lesbian ex.
:: Daily Express
People smugglers are targeting the UK as more than 700 more asylum seekers drown crossing the Mediterranean in recent days.
:: Daily Mail
Experts have criticised Britain’s border policy, after 20 people were rescued from the English Channel at Dymchurch in Kent, saying thatÂ there are only three Border Force boats patrolling Britainâs entire 7,700 mile coastline.
:: The Sun
Followers of Islamic State’s Salah Abdeslam are plotting to bomb fans of the English football team when they play Russia on 11 June at Euro 2016,Â
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