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Image caption The Daily Mail leads on Michael Gove's "confession" that he took cocaine on "several social occasions" as a young journalist more than 20 years ago. The environment secretary tells the paper he "deeply regrets" his actions. Image caption The Sun jumps on its fellow tabloid's lead story to report Mr Gove's "bombshell". The paper describes Mr Gove as a "wannabe" and "would-be" prime minister, but hastens to add his belief that the story should not affect his chances in the Tory leadership contest Image caption Several other papers opt to lead with stories behind the Queen's Birthday Honours. The Daily Telegraph focuses on a damehood given to Carolyn Fairbairn, who the paper br... Full story

7 June