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Theresa May’s former right-hand man Nick Timothy tells the Daily Telegraph what went wrong in the general election campaign and what he believes the Conservatives must do to avoid defeat in five years’ time. He says the Tories lost their majority because they abandoned Mrs May’s promise of change in favour of a “continuity” message.

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The Times reports that British holidaymakers have been warned that a Spanish anarchist group has vowed direct action after accusing the travel industry of “destroying” Barcelona and the Balearic Islands.

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The i newspaper says there will be no compensation for British tourists if they miss flights home from the EU – even if it is the airport’s fault – and passengers have been told to arrive early and expect lengthy queues as 10 million people prepare to fly this weekend.

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The Daily Express says an MP has said that British tourists are facing travel chaos across Europe because of a “flawed” EU policy. Several airlines have warned travellers to expect longer than normal delays because of “enhanced immigration checks”.

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The Sun pictures Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle on its front page, on their way to holiday in Africa to celebrate his 36th birthday.

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The Guardian says a member of the medical team that helped treat Charlie Gard has condemned ill-informed politicians and religious leaders for stoking abuse of Great Ormond Street Hospital and undermining confidence in the treatment of its young patients.

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The Daily Mail declares “mutiny at the National Trust”. The paper reports that volunteers have accused the organisation of trampling on their rights by making them wear gay pride badges.

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The Daily Mirror reports that a chauffeur who had driven the car involved in the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, says he repeatedly warned bosses of serious steering faults.

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The FT Weekend says, according to people familiar with its search for a new boss, Uber’s former chief executive Travis Kalanick wants to stay closely involved in strategic and operational decision-making at the crisis-hit car-hailing company.

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