Paper Round (16 June) - Bloody Sunday inquiry and ITV's woes hit headlines

Families of the victims of Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday killings react to the publication of findings by the long-running inquiry into the event across today's papers while ITV is embroiled in fresh World Cup controversy.

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The Guardian covers the Saville Report with the headline "38 years on, justice at last".

Prime minister David Cameron is on the cover of The Sun, The Times and The Daily Telegraph, apologising on behalf of the government for the killings. The Independent continues its coverage of the enquiry with ten pages of analysis.

ITV have sacked soccer pundit Robbie Earle after tickets allocated for his family and friends were used by a beer company in an ambush marketing stunt during the Holland vs Denmark game, report The Sun, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express.

The Daily Mail tells the story of two soldiers recently killed in Afghanistan who also served in Northern Ireland, headlining "true face of our soldiers".

The Bank of England will cap mortgages in an attempt to prevent another financial crisis reports The Daily Telegraph.

Britain could face a hosepipe ban after The Met Office reveals the year is so far the "driest for almost half a century" claims the Daily Express.

The Zip ‘hydro tap' is advertised on the cover of The Daily Telegraph, claiming it will "provide boiling and chilled water instantly".

The Daily Express is giving away iPads to readers. The Daily Star continues its offer of a free £5 Ascot bet with Blue Square and The Sun its £1 offer with Ladbrokes.

The Times includes its fashion pullout and the Daily Mirror has an 8-page Ascot pullout.

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