The next government must focus on avoiding a no-deal Brexit and bring back much-needed confidence to businesses desperate for clarity, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has said.
Boris Johnson insisted that he will not delay Brexit, despite his lawyers saying he will comply with a law calling for the October 31 exit date to be postponed if there is no deal.
A mixed bag of topics covers the front pages of the Sunday newspapers, including the deaths of 39 people in a refrigerated container in Essex, more Brexit machinations, and England’s progress to the Rugby World Cup final.
Clive James penned his own obituary before he died aged 80, saying it would “serve as a cheaper obituary than anything most newspapers are likely to have in the freezer”.
Jo Swinson has welcomed outspoken anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray becoming a General Election candidate for the Liberal Democrats in Wales.
Serial killer Stephen Port’s ex-drug dealer has been jailed for at least 31 years for the “wicked and callous” murder of a former Bond film actor.
Classic hot hatches are still in hot demand and despite their increased popularity, there are still bargains to be had.
The BMW X5 transformed the luxury SUV sector when it was launched 20 years ago.
Scientists say they have developed the first simple saliva test to detect if a person has recently taken the psychoactive drug Spice.
Harry Redknapp feels England’s 2-1 defeat by the Czech Republic in their Euro 2020 qualifier was a wake-up call.