Newspaper headlines: Armed police, flat evacuations and Brexit

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According to the Daily Mirror, fridge-freezers similar to the one that's thought to have sparked the Grenfell Tower blaze can burst into flames in as little as 90 seconds.

The Daily Telegraph highlights urgent fire tests taking place at hospitals. It says research has found that £561m of taxpayers money has been spent since 2014 on public sector contracts that contain references to cladding.

The Times said it has learnt that the Manchester suicide bomber used videos from YouTube and other websites to help build the device that killed 22 people.

According to The Daily Express, Theresa May is "standing up" to European Union attempts to "bully" Britain over the rights of EU citizens living in the UK.

The Daily Mail said European leaders lined up to dismiss what the paper sees as her "eminently reasonable" offer.

The Guardian thinks Mrs May was "humiliated" in Brussels. It calls her the "empress with no clothes".

The Daily Telegraph calls her offer "perfectly sensible" - but says it was rebuffed by European leaders who can sense the British government's weakness.

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Image caption Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper have both been spotted in Glastonbury queuing for showers

The Daily Mail's front page concentrates on the serialising of a new book by the royal author, Penny Junor - which apparently "lifts the lid on the love affair between Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles".

Meanwhile, several papers have a picture of "the great unwashed" queuing up for the showers at the Glastonbury Festival yesterday. Among them are Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper.

The Guardian says crowds have been chanting for Jeremy Corbyn, who'll make a speech there today. The Mail calls it "Glasto's Labour love in" - and reports that the BBC, in part, is to blame.

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