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The Times says thousands of European criminals will face deportation after Brexit, because they won’t be eligible to be granted “settled status” allowing them to stay in the UK.

The inability to expel such criminals “has long enraged ministers”, according to the paper, which says those affected are likely to include people convicted of violence, and sex and drug offenders.

The Daily Telegraph reports that British tourists will continue to have free health treatment when they go on holiday to the European Union after Brexit.

Whitehall sources have apparently confirmed comments by the Brexit Secretary David Davis, made on the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.

The Daily Mail leads on “outrage” at the shadow chancellor’s claim that those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire were “murdered by political decisions that were taken over recent decades”.

The paper quotes the Conservative MP Nadine Dorries, who accuses John McDonnell of playing politics with people’s lives.

“It would have been nice if he let the dust settle, bodies be identified, and given people people time to grieve before he played politics with the lives of those who suffered,” the MP tells the Mail.

The i newspaper reports the latest developments in the investigation into the fire at Grenfell Tower, and the proportion of high-rise blocks failing safety checks so far, with the headline “100% unsafe”.

A shark glides through shallow water at a crowded beach – as holidaymakers flee in terror – in photos on the front page of The Sun and The Daily Mirror.

Pictures of an 8ft-long blue shark were taken in the Majorcan resort of Illetas near Maguluf by a British tourist.

The Sun says the scenes echoed the hit film “Jaws” and it could not resist the headline “Ma-JAW-ca”.

The shark, which was already injured, was brought ashore and killed.

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