Developments on Brexit dominate several of the nation’s newspapers on Tuesday.
Louis Theroux and Jerry Springer are among the stars set to speak at the Edinburgh Television Festival.
US president Donald Trump has posted a light-hearted tweet likely to further inflame sensitivities over his comments about buying Greenland, photo-shopping a picture of his glitzy Las Vegas hotel towering over a small town in the territory.
US president Donald Trump has spoken about how Washington and London can move “rapidly” on a post-Brexit free trade deal.
A young rape victim who was suspected of having an abortion and charged with homicide has been acquitted by a judge at a retrial in a case that has attracted international attention to El Salvador’s strict laws.
Britain’s sports minister Nigel Adams has condemned England cricket fans who have been booing Australian batsman Steve Smith, calling their behaviour “distasteful” and saying it is time for the jeering to stop.
Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he killed himself in the Manhattan federal jail, new court records show, opening a new legal front in what could be a years-long battle over the financier’s fortune.
Jamie Carragher believes the decision by the video assistant referee to disallow Gabriel Jesus’ late winner for Manchester City against Tottenham was “VAR at its best”.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not believe Manchester United’s spot-kick situation needs addressing despite Paul Pogba’s penalty miss costing his side victory at Wolves.
Kevin McCloud claims he was turned down by celebrity Grand Designs fan Meryl Streep.