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    Headlines: work on 'war' and PM 's" blueprint for Britain"
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    Monday papers of labour infighting after the election, and the PM's plan for the government.
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    In Monday's paper, the battle for The Heart and soul of the Labour Party is the main story for The Guardian .

    It says, The Party has shows about whether or not his Leaving was position and its leadership, especially the blame for his disastrous in The General election.

    It indicates that The Party is not due to elect a new leader by the end of March, Jeremy Corbyn continue to Boris Johnson in The Commons for More Than three months.

    The power that erupted in The Party after the election, the leadership for The Daily Telegraph fights.

    The Paper focuses on the line, Emily Thornberry , she has denied vehemently, a claim which they called the voters in a leave-voting constituency "stupid".

    Mr. Johnson has been reset, the control Britain's borders, the improvement of the NHS and investment in the North of England, according to the Daily Mail .

    he says He is, taking into account the division of the Home Office to create a new Department for borders and immigration, to his promise to introduce a points-based immigration system.

    The Times reported that the Prime Minister 's most senior aide, Dominic Cummings , is the overhaul of the Way in a move expected to alert military leaders and officials.

    The Paper says that he expects that the audit-recent purchases of military equipment, after you previously described the MoD's procurement process as "catastrophic".

    in addition to the MoD, The Paper says, the operations of the Federal foreign office and security services are subject to intense scrutiny.

    The UK's Sedwill most senior official, Cabinet chief, Mark, is to stay to monitor you on in Downing Street, a "far-reaching shake-up" of the government machine, according to the Financial Times.

    It says Mr Johnson wants to help develop a post-Brexit economy focuses on the promotion of Northern England.

    The FT leads with the failure of the UN climate talks to agree new rules for emissions trading.

    The Paper says the negotiations in Madrid broke out in the bitterness left behind international efforts to address Global Warming in the balance.

    About two pages, I produced the newspaper, which it calls "Conservative Party -check-list".

    It offers More Than forty-election commitments, so that the reader tick, which are fulfilled or will be overlooked in the course of the next Parliament.

    The Daily Express splashes with what he calls Boris. He says the relationship with the channel were to the extreme excited during the election, after concerns about The Corporation in the reporting of The Campaign .

    The Sun is The main story of the theft of the London home of Bernie Ecclestone 's daughter Tamara.

    It is said that three burglars broke into the property, bypassing the 24-hour security, and lasted only 50 minutes to steal every piece of jewelry from safes hidden in your bedroom.

    Most of the papers carry a photograph of a smiling, Ben Stokes , after he was awarded won the BBC sports personality of the year.

    Meanwhile, confirmed researchers at the University of Reading that the old adage, an Apple A Day keeps The Doctor Away - is almost correct.

    According to The Times , they found that two apples and not one eaten Every Day and reduce The Risk of heart disease.

    One of the researchers said, the study shows how a simple and easy change to our diet has a crucial impact on our health.

    And finally, a new exhibition at The British Museum shows that the single use disposable Cup is Nothing New .

    The Minoans were busy, they made of clay, three and a half thousand years ago, and used them for the drinking of wine.

    A curator at The Museum tells The Times have been manufactured the vessels, for the rich that like to flaunt their wealth by throwing parties. And, like today, she says, nobody wanted to do the dishes.

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