Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit dealings on his trip to France make headlines in Friday’s newspapers, as does Will and Kate’s budget travel plans.
Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith is to advise a Government review into hospital food following the deaths of six people due to a listeria outbreak.
“Systematic failures” in public health led to the deaths of nearly 20 people including five linked to an outbreak of listeria, according to a former health chief.
The Irish Government’s decision to meet Gerry Adams after the IRA ceasefire showed “indecent haste”, British government officials said.
Pensioners are more likely than 18-24-year-olds to believe both partners enjoy sex, a YouGov survey into heterosexual relationships has suggested.
More than 1,000 children were caught carrying knives in schools last year – with the youngest aged just four, figures show.
More than 17,500 of Prince Albert’s photographs, prints and private and official papers have been published online on a new website dedicated to Queen Victoria’s husband.
Brenda Blethyn will star in a new sitcom about a working-class cafe owner who strikes up a friendship with an asylum-seeking African doctor.
An 18th century corn-grinding windmill has been fitted with four new sails as part of a £250,000 conservation project.
Jerry Springer will discuss the media’s role in politics at the Edinburgh TV Festival.