What the papers say - July 4

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England's celebrations after winning a dramatic penalty shootout to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup dominate the papers on Wednesday.

The Daily Mail calls it a "miracle" after England ended their penalty curse to advance in the competition in Russia.

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The i runs with the headline "history boys" after the team's first-ever World Cup penalty shootout victory.

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Meanwhile the Daily Mirror simply declares "At last!" as it looks ahead to England's next crunch match against Sweden.

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The Metro and Daily Express declare the win over Colombia was "Never in doubt".

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The Sun singles out Jordan Pickford, under the headline "Hand of Jord" after the goalkeeper's one-handed save helped put England into the last eight.

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And the Daily Star signs off with the headline "Spot on".

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Away from football, and the Guardian reports on DNA tests are due to be offered by the NHS "on an unprecedented scale" as the health service starts genomic medicine.

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The Times leads on the arrest of a female healthcare worker on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of another six after an investigation at Countess of Chester Hospital.

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The Daily Telegraph says the Prime Minister is facing an "almighty" row with Cabinet Brexiteers ahead of a meeting at Chequers.

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And the Financial Times says the Home Office has admitted to forcing some immigration applicants to take DNA tests.

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