Paper Round (14 June) - Nationals focus on England's calamity keeper

Today's papers all offer different lead stories but all pick over the remains of Saturday's England World Cup match.

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Pictures of England goalkeeper Robert Green feature on several front pages after his gaffe on Saturday during England's first World Cup game. The Guardian calls it his "goalkeeping howler", while other papers picture him playing golf at the weekend.

Health fears raise their head in The Guardian, which reports on disparities in NHS death rates, and The Daily Express, which headlines "cancer link to ‘wonder' drug".

The Times reports on "new expenses chaos as MPs clash with watchdog" as the standards chief complains to whips, while the Daily Mail headlines "Top Tory: don't send as many criminals to prison".

The Independent writes "crunch time for BP as deadline passes" and The Daily Telegraph reports "Afghanistan: beginning of the end" as signals point to a fresh strategy.

The Sun highlights its new football columnist, former player Alan Shearer, and the Daily Mail pushes its "£1m World Cup game".

The Daily Express offers free entry to ‘top UK attractions' while NatWest advertises with The Independent and The Daily Telegraph, pushing its "helpful banking" strapline.

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