The i leads on demands by the triumphant Lionesses for equal access to football in schools for girls.
With more hot weather forecast for next week, millions of households could face hosepipe bans, according to The Times.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy received death threats during the infamous Wagatha Christie dispute, The Sun writes.
According to an investigation conducted by The Guardian, a “far-right ecosystem” is targetting children online to radicalise them.
The Attorney General has ditched diversity training courses in her department, the Daily Mail writes.
According to the Daily Express, there are fears that rising gas prices will push the inflation rate to 15%.
According to The Independent, Liz Truss is facing questions over why she didn’t declare thousands of pounds spent on a party with Tory MPs in the run to her bid for Number 10.
The Metro leads on the hosepipe ban, with South East Water – which services 2.2 million properties in Sussex and Kent – imposing a banning order.
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A major desalination plant opened by Prince Philip in 2010 will not work until next year, according to The Daily Telegraph.
With parts of the country imposing hosepipe bans, water companies have asked people to tell authorities if neighbours breach the ban, the Daily Star writes.
According to the Daily Mirror, Adam Peaty has called for more government investment into sports facilities.
SoftBank has raised almost $22bn (£18bn) in cash for deals that would reduce it stake in ecommerce giant Alibaba, the Financial Times writes.