What the papers say – July 15

Sporting success in two corners of London make headlines in Monday’s papers, while Boris Johnson’s campaign to be Conservative leader also features.

The Times features a picture of a victorious Novak Djokovic on its front, alongside a story about Mr Johnson seeking to “reset relations” with Donald Trump should he become prime minister.

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The Guardian also features a story about Mr Johnson, reporting that a journalist who the Tory leadership frontrunner discussed helping a friend to have beaten up has called for an apology.

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The Daily Telegraph leads on England’s cricketing success after the side defeated New Zealand in dramatic fashion.

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The Daily Mail leads with a picture of Ben Stokes kissing his partner Clare.

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The Metro carries a picture of the team celebrating with the trophy, while the i runs with the simple headline “World champions”.

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The Independent features a picture of the victorious side alongside a story on the Home Office outsourcing parts of the immigration service.

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The Financial Times leads with a report suggesting Carrie Lam offered to resign as chief executive of Hong Kong but was turned down by Beijing.

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The Daily Mirror leads with a campaign to ban trophy imports.

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The Daily Express says half a million carers claim to be trained care workers but have no training or qualifications.

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And the Daily Star reports remakes of Dad’s Army episodes will contain anti-German jokes.

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