A range of tales make headlines in the Sunday papers, from the latest political movements ahead of next week’s Brexit vote through to a royal sorry to the victim of a car crash.
Emily Blunt will go head to head with Olivia Colman when the Screen Actors Guild Awards are handed out today.
A Star Is Born leads the way in nominations at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
This week sees the 20th anniversary of a major milestone for the Duchess of Cornwall.
Bob Dylan had a big influence on every major British popular songwriter of the 1960s – apart from The Kinks’ Ray Davies, a new book suggests.
One in 20 UK adults does not believe the Holocaust took place, a survey suggests, while one in 12 believes its scale has been exaggerated.
The Scottish Greens have warned they cannot support the Government’s proposed budget as it stands, saying it would be “damaging” for local services across the country.
The SNP is to call for the clock to be stopped on Brexit when it lodges an amendment to the Prime Minister’s blueprint.
The Duke of Edinburgh has told a mother-of-two who was injured in a car crash he was involved in that he is “deeply sorry”.
Sir James Dyson, Mike Ashley and the Beckham family have been named among those who paid the most tax in the UK last year.