News Daily: May pushes Trump over bomb photo leaks
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May to press Trump over Manchester bomb photos leak
How did pictures appearing to show debris from the Manchester bombing - in other words, possible evidence - find their way into the US media? Theresa May will ask US President Donald Trump that question when they meet at a Nato summit in Brussels later.
BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera says UK officials, described as being furious about the leaks, believe US law enforcement, rather than the White House, is responsible.
Meanwhile, police are continuing to investigate an alleged "network" connected to suicide bomber Salman Abedi. Eight men are in custody following a series of raids across Manchester, Wigan and Nuneaton. Abedi's father and a younger brother have been detained in Libya.
'Tough' talks over Nato's future
Donald Trump has often criticised some Nato members for not paying their way, although he appears to have pulled back from previous comments about the military alliance being "obsolete". His team is promising "tough" discussions at the summit in Brussels, with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson saying to European countries: "You need to make sure you're doing your share."
Analysis: What future for Trump and Nato?
By Jonathan Marcus, diplomatic correspondent
He may now have reversed his position on Nato's obsolescence, but he tends to see things in transactional terms and it's clear that he still wonders if the US is getting a good deal from its Nato partners.
Free breakfast costs 'could treble'
The Conservatives have promised a free school breakfast for every primary pupil in England, setting aside £60m a year to pay for this. But educational researchers say the cost could between £180m and £400m, depending on how many parents take up the offer, which replaces universal free school lunches for infant pupils. The Conservatives say the estimated cost of the breakfasts is based on a 25% take-up rate.
Manchester United win Europa League
On an understandably emotional night, Manchester United defeated Dutch side Ajax 2-0 to win the Europa League. As the final whistle sounded and United's celebrations began, chants of "Manchester" rang around Stockholm's Friends Arena, in tribute to those who died on Monday.
What the papers say
As the investigation into the Manchester bombing continues, the Times reports that one of Salman Abedi's relatives had warned the authorities he was "dangerous". And the Daily Telegraph says there were missed chances to stop the attack, while the Guardian leads on Theresa May planning to confront Donald Trump at the Nato summit about the leaks of photos from the blast scene.
Shower scalding death Edinburgh hotel pays Indian woman's family compensation
Naval challenge US warships pass close to Chinese-built artificial reef
Brazil protests Ministerial building set on fire
The big change Blue whales only got this massive recently, say scientists
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Today The Prince of Wales officially launches the International Cricket Council's Champions Trophy at the Oval. The event starts next week.
On this day
1961 US President John F Kennedy sets a goal of getting a man to walk on the Moon by the end of the decade - achieved in 1969.
1967 Celtic become the first UK team to win the European Cup, beating favourites Inter Milan 2-1.