The front page headlines on Sunday range from despair to delight that the UK is still part of the EU.
Here is the full text of the letter sent by Boris Johnson to European Council President Donald Tusk to meet the requirements of the Benn Act:
Jeremy Corbyn told supporters he would challenge the Government “all the way” over Europe, and the answer to the country’s problems was socialism.
Sir David Attenborough has attributed environmental activist Greta Thunberg’s prominence to her “passion, insight and concern about the future”.
Paddy McGuinness has revealed he has a database of his Take Me Out phrases.
Economic volatility in 2019 has seen the number of profit warnings by UK-listed firms surge to its highest since the financial crisis.
The Duke of Cambridge has spoken about his “passion” for farming and revealed that his children are already playing on tractors as he prepares to one day inherit the Duchy of Cornwall from his father.
The IRA had planned to knock out the power supply to the south east of England in the final years of its terror campaign, a former member has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were given friendship bracelets on an unexpected second visit to an orphanage in Pakistan.
Zinedine Zidane complained of Real Madrid’s inconsistency after his side lost their unbeaten LaLiga record to Real Mallorca and top spot to Barcelona.