US president Donald Trump has said Britain and other European allies should “take back” more than 800 Islamic State fighters captured in Syria.
Sunday’s papers bring a mixed bag, with Brexit, jihadis in Syria and migration all featuring on the fronts.
Matt LeBlanc returns to Top Gear tonight for his final run as lead presenter before being replaced by Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff.
Heather Nauert, picked by president Donald Trump to be the next US ambassador to the United Nations, has withdrawn, the State Department said.
Former Labour vice chairman Michael Dugher has said he is intending to leave the party, saying he now regards it as “institutionally anti-Semitic”.
Prolific writer Ann Cleeves has said the murder-and-punishment structure of crime fiction is reassuring in a time of political chaos.
Theresa May has issued a desperate plea to Conservative MPs to unite and deliver on Brexit, urging her party to “move beyond what divides us” and sacrifice “personal preferences” for the national interest.
Brexit has been blamed for the collapse of a British airline, which has seen flights cancelled for hundreds of shocked passengers.
Gerard Pique fears Barcelona risk defeat in the Champions League at Lyon on Tuesday if they do not improve on the performance produced in their 1-0 victory over Real Valladolid.
The 17-year-old daughter of Boyzone singer Ronan Keating has failed to pass the audition stage of The Voice.