'Surprise surge' for France's left, and Reeves to unveil housing plans

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The Guardian leads on Sunday's French parliamentary elections, which saw a surprise surge for France's left-wing alliance as it pushes the country's far right into third place. The paper pictures crowds celebrating in Nantes after exit polls suggest no single political group won an absolute majority. [BBC]
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The Daily Mirror pictures Ms Reeves as it also looks ahead to the new chancellor's speech where she will vow to "urgently deliver an economy that improves all our lives". The paper says she will claim the Tories left public services £58bn short "by failing to boost growth". [BBC]
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In its front page, the Metro leads on Rob Burrow's "hero's send-off" after crowds of mourners gathered to say their final goodbye to the rugby star and motor neurone disease campaigner. His funeral took place on Sunday, after the former Leeds Rhinos star died on 2 June, aged 41. [BBC]
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"Drink'll shrinkle winkle" is the Daily Star's lead as it carries a report warning men to "lay off the holiday beer to stop their winkles shrinking". [BBC]
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