Tales from the world of politics make the front pages of many papers on Monday.
Saturday’s papers are filled with the death of a policeman and more machinations before Brexit.
Crime stories feature prominently on the front pages on Friday, from a stabbing outside the Home Office to another knife attack in the North East.
An opposition-led move to stop Britain leaving the EU without a deal and holidaying Harry fill the front pages.
The Brexit blame game continues to make headlines in Thursday’s papers, with space also given to creatures who may be living on the Moon.
The Brexit blame game is making headlines in Wednesday’s papers, as does a “miracle flab jab”.
The Prime Minister’s Brexit strategy and a plea from Barbara Windsor on dementia care make headlines in Monday’s papers.
A teenager arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, Brexit and mass shootings in America dominate Monday’s headlines.
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.