What the papers say – January 7

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The arrest of Wayne Rooney for public intoxication features on many Monday papers, along with the launch of a new 10-year plan for the NHS.

The Times leads with a “budget boost” for the NHS, with a series of commitments on cancer, mental health and heart disease set to be unveiled.

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The DailyTelegraph carries a similar story, focusing on genetic tests being offered to children with cancer and adults as part of plans to save 487,000 lives by 2028.

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The Guardian carries a story about Brexit on the front page, reporting that Theresa May will “plea” for EU leaders to offer a concession on the Irish border backstop.

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The FinancialTimes runs with a meeting between the US and China who are both under pressure to end their tariff war.

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The Metro leads with the booking picture of Rooney who was fined for an “airport outburst”, according to the paper.

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The Daily Mirror also reports on the arrest of Rooney, calling it a “booze shame”.

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The Sun refers to the DC United striker as “Boozy Roo”.

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While the DailyStar also carries the same story.

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The DailyMail reports on the NHS plans, carrying a warning from Chancellor Philip Hammond that extra money isn’t wasted.

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The DailyExpress also carries the NHS funding announcement, saying there will be “improved maternity care” and “life-changing stroke therapy”.

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