Sunday’s front pages are filled with concerns over Iran and Boris Johnson’s moves.
A range of political tales make the front pages on Tuesday, alongside celebrations of England’s Cricket World Cup triumph.
Sporting success in two corners of London make headlines in Monday’s papers, while Boris Johnson’s campaign to be Conservative leader also features.
Political opportunism and Labour’s tribulations fill the front pages.
Politics takes centre stage in many of Sunday’s papers with the latest moves surrounding Brexit and next week’s European elections being discussed.
A range of stories make headlines in Sunday’s papers, including the annual publication of the Sunday Times Rich List, political machinations and the new royal baby.
With the news that Dundee is the number one place to live in Scotland, we asked our readers what makes the city special to them.
BBC Radio 4 presenter Eddie Mair has revealed that he was attacked by a gang on a bus in London last year but felt too ashamed to report the incident to police.
PICTURES: Dundonians reveal the many reasons why their city has been ranked the best to live in Scotland
Between its creative industries, the unmistakable accent and the famous breakfast peh, Dundee has a lot to offer.
Dundee has been named among the top 12 places to live in Scotland, according to a prestigious guide.