What the papers say – June 7

Commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings fill Friday’s front pages.

One image in particular, of a six-year-old boy and his great uncle, features on the front of the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Daily Express, the i and the Metro.

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The Daily Telegraph leads with a poll that suggests Boris Johnson is best placed to win back voters from the Brexit Party.

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The Times reports on concerns that the Queen may be pulled into the political quagmire surrounding Brexit.

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Theresa May, who resigns as Prime Minister on Friday, and Chancellor Philip Hammond are locked in a dispute over how much she can spend on pledges for her social legacy, the Financial Times reports.

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The Guardian leads with falling numbers of women and people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds being given roles running NHS trusts.

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And The Sun reports on a contested scratch card win.

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