What the papers say – July 31
Brexit and Love Island are on the fronts.
Tough talk on Brexit, betrayal by the Manchester Arena bomber and MPs’ criticism of charities over sex abuse top the agenda for Tuesday’s papers.
Several front pages also feature images of Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham after the couple won ITV’s Love Island.
On Brexit, The Times says Britain has warned the EU it must agree to a trade deal for the City of London or put thousands of European investment funds at risk.
The Financial Times reports the EU has grown more accepting of Theresa May’s Brexit proposals after a clarification on financial services suggested Brussels will retain ultimate control over UK access to the single market.
Meanwhile the Daily Express places reaction to comments about Leave voters by Lord Mandelson on its front page.
Salman Abedi, the Manchester Arena bomber who killed 22 people, was rescued by the Royal Navy while on a gap year in Libya in 2014, the Daily Mail says.
The Guardian leads with a report by MPs that has accused charities of showing “complacency verging on complicity” in responding to endemic sexual abuse in the sector.
The report, which also criticised charities for being more concerned with repairing their reputations than addressing the scandal, is also on the Metro’s front page.
In other news, rail Delivery Group chief Robert Nisbet has apologised after he said many countries in Western Europe could “only dream” about levels of punctuality and performance seen in the UK, the Daily Telegraph reports.
The i leads with a Supreme Court ruling on end-of-life care that will allow people to die without their families having to go to court.
A teenage boy attempted suicide after growing obsessed with the video game Fortnite, the Daily Mirror reports.
The Sun says a group of teenagers suspected of covering a vulnerable woman with eggs and flour have been given protection by police.
Tomorrow's front page: Teenagers accused of pelting a vulnerable woman with flour and eggs then posing for a photo are getting police protection - in case they are attacked. https://t.co/uJRTOdtUzp pic.twitter.com/BceYAltYaz— The Sun (@TheSun) July 30, 2018