What the papers say – July 20

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The front pages are filled with naval concerns at the start of the weekend.

Iran “seizes” a British ship, according to The Times, while the Daily Mail says it was a “hijack”.

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The Guardian says Tehran’s actions have stoked tensions in the Gulf, with The Independent also reporting on the incident.

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The situation also makes the front of The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mirror says the Government is in “crisis talks”, which the Financial Times describes it as a “sharp escalation”.

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Scamming pensioners costs British savers £4 billion, The Times reports, along with the tensions in the Strait of Hormuz.

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The Sun says Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson is planning to move his partner Carrie Symonds into Downing Street if he becomes prime minister.

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Meanwhile, Conservative leadership is essential to delivering Brexit, Theresa May has told the Daily Express.

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