American Bubba Watson takes a one-shot lead into the final round of the Genesis Open after carding a six-under round of 65 on Saturday.
Lizzy Yarnold’s success in South Korea at the Winter Olympics is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit.
High animal welfare, environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture.
High interest rates on student loans are “questionable”, according to MPs, who have called for a major review of university funding to examine the issue.
Tenants and homeowners are to be consulted on how to improve the housing complaints system.
NHS boards spent more than £38,000 a day on consultants’ overtime in the past three years, according to figures collated by the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
The SNP has planned a national “day of action” as part of a campaign to prevent RBS branch closures.
Scotland ranks third in the world for political empowerment for women, according to new analysis.
MPs have called on the Home Secretary to issue a medical cannabis licence to a six-year-old boy whose rare form of epilepsy improves after taking the drug.
A former lord chief justice of England and Wales said he feared conditions in British prisons were among the worst in a generation – and compared it to the state of jails before the notorious Manchester Strangeways riot of 1990.
George Groves produced one of the finest displays of his career to advance to the World Boxing Super Series super middleweight final by beating fellow Briton Chris Eubank Jr on a unanimous points decision.
All new school buildings would be fitted with sprinklers under a £14 billion Labour plan to ensure safe classrooms.
Cesc Fabregas has warned Chelsea to beware his old friend Andres Iniesta’s timeless “intelligence” ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash withBarcelona.
Antonio Conte has spent the last month dissecting the defensive “weakness” he believes Chelsea must exploit to dump Barcelona out of the Champions League.
The widower of murdered MP Jo Cox has quit two charities set up in her memory after sexual assault allegations from his past resurfaced.
Jack Nowell is finally shedding the weight gained while recovering from a fractured eye socket on orders of England head coach Eddie Jones.
Driving instructors who have relationships with their young students risk being struck off the register.
Warren Gatland will clock up a Test match century next weekend – but Wales hooker Ken Owens does not believe he gets enough credit.
Thousands of angry students, parents and residents have demanded stricter gun control laws, as new details were revealed about the suspect accused of killing 17 people in a Florida high school.
Jose Mourinho was bemused by the video assistant referee’s controversial intervention as Manchester United secured safe passage to the FA Cup quarter-finals at Huddersfield.