What the papers say - June 1

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US president Donald Trump's decision to impose massive tariffs on EU steel imports leads many of the papers on Friday.

The Guardian and the i report that America and its traditional allies are on the brink of a full-scale trade war, with European and Canadian leaders reacting angrily to Mr Trump's decision.

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The Financial Times reports that a round of "tit-for-tat retaliation" is likely, while the Metro questions what happened to the supposed "special relationship" between Britain and the US.

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Britain is urging Brussels to step back from a trade war with the US, The Times reports.

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the UK had not ruled out countermeasures, but urged calm on all sides, the paper adds.

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Thousands of jobs are are at risk by the move, the Independent reports.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mail leads on an upcoming speech by the head of Ofsted, who will warn that some children are starting school unable to communicate properly or use the toilet.

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And the Daily Telegraph says scientists claim a new blood test could detect 10 types of cancer years before a person falls ill.

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The Sun reports that Roman Abramovich has scrapped Chelsea's £1 billion stadium revamp and ditched his UK visa application.

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And the Daily Mirror claims the Tories accepted a Russian donor's cash on the day she blamed the Skripal attack on Moscow.

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