What the papers say - June 28

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Germany's shock exit from the World Cup dominates the fronts of many Thursday papers, while the fire on Saddleworth Moor and Brexit also feature.

The Times carries a picture of a sombre-looking German football fan, alongside a story reporting that Chinese railway companies are the "frontrunners" to operate trains on Britain's new high-speed rail line HS2.

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The Daily Telegraph carries a column from Theresa May's former chief of staff Nick Timothy in which he claims Britain risks signing up to the "worst possible Brexit deal".

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The Guardian runs with a picture of Saddleworth Moor where the Army has been called in to help tackle the blaze, alongside a report claiming Theresa May will look to "paper over the cracks" in her Cabinet as she updates EU leaders on Brexit progress.

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The Financial Times carries the latest from John Lewis, which has reported its half-year profits would be "close to zero".

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The Metro has the headline "Out Wiedersehen" as Die Mannschaft lost 2-0 to South Korea and exited the tournament in what the paper calls "one of the biggest upsets in the tournament's history".

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The i leads on a "prisons revolution", with the paper reporting the Government plans to cut inmate numbers.

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The Independent says that EU countries should prepare for the "worst case scenario" as European Council president Donald Tusk expects relations with Donald Trump and the United States to deteriorate.

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The Daily Mirror has the latest from the moorland fires, with the Army called in to stop the blaze.

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The Sun gives its readers a brief German lesson after the country's World Cup exit.

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The Daily Mail claims the era of free banking is over, as the Financial Conduct Authority said banks profit from nine out of 10 customers.

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The Daily Express says Tony Blair airing his views on Brexit has caused fury.

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While the Daily Star has the latest from ITV2's hit show Love Island.

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