Melissa McCarthy has said it would be “torture” if she never worked with Richard E Grant again.
Chris O’Dowd has predicted “a lot of British people” will be looking for Irish passports after Brexit.
The so-called Big Four supermarkets have slumped to the bottom of an annual ranking after disappointing customers with the quality of their food and ability to keep up with online rivals.
A variety of stories lead the papers on Friday, with Brexit and political divisions making headlines, as well as the murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail.
Rory McIlroy took pole position at the WGC-Mexico Championship after an impressive opening round.
On The Basis Of Sex star Felicity Jones has said she wants “transparency” when it comes to equal pay in Hollywood.
Jose Mourinho has described his old rival Arsene Wenger as a “sweet enemy” and insisted he regarded a man he once mocked as “one of the best football managers in the history of football”.
Fresh Brexit talks have been scheduled for early next week as Theresa May heads towards another Commons showdown on her EU withdrawal stance.
A major new study is to assess the impact of tourism on Skye, which attracts more than 500,000 visitors a year.
Fresh funding has been announced by the Scottish Government in a bid to shorten waiting times for people receiving medical procedures.