The front pages are filled with differing views on Brexit, Britain’s declining use of plastic bags and how the Army will tackle cyber threats from Russia.
The Daily Telegraph
The front pages are filled with leaders disagreements over Brexit and the Duke of Sussex’s plans for the future.
Anonymity for a teenage terrorist, Brexit and a chicken-suited man’s rise up the political pecking order lead Tuesday’s papers.
A range of stories make the front of the papers at the start of the working week, from the latest thinking on Brexit through to trouble in a holiday destination favoured by Britons.
Travel misery and pledges from new Prime Minister Boris Johnson make the headlines on Saturday.
Heat – in Westminster and the wider country – is a dominant theme in Friday’s papers.
The beginning of Boris Johnson’s premiership makes the majority of front pages on Thursday, with the recent hot spell also making an appearance.
Boris Johnson may be pleased with dominating today’s front pages, though possibly less pleased with the note of caution in some of the lead stories.
The conviction of Carl Beech for falsifying a lurid story of a murderous paedophile ring are on the front of many of the papers on Tuesday.
As Theresa May’s prime ministership enters its final hours, Brexit dominates the headlines and some front pages also feature a picture of Prince George wearing an England jersey, as well as a nefarious act by a seagull.
The front pages are filled with naval concerns at the start of the weekend.
The papers open with moves to negate a no-deal exit from the European Union and the costs of care for people diagnosed with dementia also makes the fronts on Friday.
Boris Johnson’s comments on the burka and the death of seven-year-old Joel Urhie in an arson attack are among the stories making the front pages of Wednesday’s papers.
The trial of England cricketer Ben Stokes features on the front of many Tuesday papers, alongside an extradition request for the Salisbury attack suspects and global warming fears.
The ongoing crisis over Syria and Sir Cliff Richard’s legal battle against the BBC top the headlines on Friday.