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.
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.
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 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.