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Virtually all the front pages feature a picture of 1966 World Cup winner Jack Charlton, who has died aged 85. “Forever a hero”, declares the Sunday Telegraph, which describes the former Leeds defender and Republic of Ireland manager as “one of the giants of English football”. Meanwhile, the paper’s lead story reports that taxes and red tape will be slashed in towns and cities across the country next year, under plans for a post-Brexit and post-coronavirus “economic revolution”.