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There’s an air of foreboding in some quarters ahead of his Helsinki meeting with President Putin. The Financial Times says the Russian leader must have watched his US counterpart’s destructive progress through Brussels and London last week with his trademark mirthless smirk. The Daily Telegraph reserves its criticism for Mr Putin. It is surprised that Mr Trump is prepared to sup with him, and advises him to carry a very long spoon. The lead in the Daily Mail says a survey suggests a majority of the public believe the police have “lost control of the streets”. The paper talks of “skyrocketing levels of crime” with a quarter saying they don’t feel safe in their local area at night. A major factor, apparently, is a lack of “bobbies on the beat”. In an editorial, the paper says offenders are “utterly unafraid of the justice system” and regrettably, there is no sign that ministers have woken up to this growing menace. Get news from the BBC in your inbox, each weekday morning There are many pictures of the French celebrating their football prowess. The Times shows President Macron leaping to his feet and punching the air while watching the World Cup final at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. The Sun devotes its front page to a picture of the England football squad after its low key return to Birmingham.

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