Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has taken a stance “so completely at odds with the will of members” by saying the party would continue with Brexit should they win a snap election, a critic has said.
A tsunami apparently caused by the eruption of an island volcano has killed at least 168 people around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait.
The latest on the drones in Gatwick, Brexit and the death of a political giant all make headlines in Sunday’s papers.
Anthony Joshua has told Dillian Whyte he is prepared to make the next defence of his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles in a rematch against him — if Deontay Wilder cannot be tempted to abandon plans to again fight Tyson Fury.
Josh Warrington upset the odds once again as he retained his IBF featherweight title after getting the better of Carl Frampton in a bruising 12-round battle.
Dillian Whyte has moved into contention for a rematch with Anthony Joshua after winning his grudge match with Dereck Chisora by devastatingly stopping his rival in the 11th round.
Thomas Tuchel was eager to pay tribute to his players after Paris St Germain beat Nantes 1-0 at the Parc des Princes and went 13 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.
Alan Carr has spoken out against LGBT calls for representation on screen saying “I don’t represent gays, I represent myself”.
Ruth Bradley has said she felt “huge pressure” portraying Agatha Christie in a new period drama and it was difficult to switch off during filming.
The Open golf tournament at Carnoustie boosted the Scottish economy by £120 million this year.