Paper Round (28 June) - Sport remains on the covers as England exit World Cup

England's World Cup defeat, Glastonbury favourites, and coalition policy are the big stories of the day.

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The Guardian leads with the government's latest 'crackdown' on welfare benefits. The Times reports 'Millions to loose benefits under incapacity reform". The Daily Express hails the end for 'benefit cheats'.

The Sun is direct, giving England players the message 'You let your country down". The Daily Mirror reports on England’s 'limp out of Cup', but predicts the summer heat will cheer up readers. The Independent writes that despite a disallowed England goal, Germany deserved to win on performance, while the Daily Star targets the 'dopey linesman'.

The Daily Mail reports IVF treatment could be available on the NHS for women aged over 40, while The Daily Telegraph claims some frontline health services will be axed.

The Guardian includes a special Glastonbury G2 issue, while Sandals, the holiday operator, advertises on the paper’s cover.

The Daily Mail includes a voucher for its continuing offer for a free digital photo album, while Breitling, the watch brand, and Bentley, join forces for an ad with The Daily Telegraph.