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The Metro focuses on the Queen looking “deep in thought” as she left a Sunday church service prior to the royal summit at Sandringham.

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Meanwhile The Daily Telegraph, The Sun and the Daily Mirror report that there are fears among some in the Palace that Harry and Meghan could use the threat of a “tell-all interview” as leverage in the royal family’s crisis meetings.

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Moving away from the royals, The Guardian leads with a second day of protests in Tehran over the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger jet by the Iranian military.

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More than half of the British public want the UK to reach net-zero carbon emissions in the next 10 years, according to The Independent.

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The Financial Times reports on MI5’s chief downplaying fears that adopting Huawei technology would hurt intelligence sharing, as well as a new chapter in the downfall of former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn.

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And the Daily Star leads with a story on “snowflakes” accusing the British Museum of racism over exhibits “glorifying colonialism”.

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