A £1 million scratchcard win, a so-called jobs boom and a tragic turn of events in the case of a teenager who went missing in Malaysia make the front pages on Wednesday.
Calls to ban hands-free phone calls while driving and a US pledge on post-Brexit trade deals make the front pages on Tuesday.
Pledges from the Prime Minister and under-pressure GPs make headlines in Monday’s papers.
Boris Johnson’s plan to shore up the UK’s economy and a crisis in army recruitment make headlines in Saturday’s papers.
A variety of stories make the front pages on Saturday, from an interview with new Home Secretary Priti Patel to the fallout from a by-election blow for Boris Johnson.
The front pages are filled with stories from the town of Whaley Bridge, where thousands of residents were evacuated amid fears a dam could collapse.
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 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.
Boris Johnson continues to feature prominently on the front pages on Sunday.
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.