Saturday’s papers present a mixed bag, with Brexit making the front pages alongside advice on the use of technology, a Church-led rescue effort for Wonga and a lottery win.
Theresa May’s 27 European counterparts will consider the next stage of the Brexit process after she told them her Chequers plan was the only credible route to a deal.
A major fire has engulfed a Primark store in the centre of Belfast. The blaze at the historic five-storey Bank Buildings saw dozens of firefighters attending and a pall of smoke covering the city centre. Shoppers and staff were evacuated at around 11am on Tuesday as flames tore through the structure.
A Kirkcaldy family centre will lose vital funding after its textile collection bin was targeted by vandals and thieves.
Car firms are always looking to spike sales with new, exciting products.
Although today Bond is usually linked to James, of 007 fame, for years Bonds and Reliants enjoyed a special niche in the UK car market.
The XC40 is the third and smallest in Volvo’s burgeoning SUV range.
Marco Silva insists the independent investigation into Everton’s alleged tapping-up of him when he was Watford manager is “not important”.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has denied writing an anonymous New York Times opinion piece which claimed an internal “resistance” is working to thwart some of President Donald Trump’s efforts.
A woman has died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff in Storm Ali, which has brought gusts of more than 90mph.