Detectives are probing whether a quadruple stabbing that left four men in hospital in north London is linked to a shooting nearby.
The sporting weekend featured notable wins for England’s footballers and cricketers and the Ireland rugby union team. Here, Press Association Sport takes a pictorial look at those and the rest of the weekend’s notable fixtures.
Martin O’Neill will send the Republic of Ireland out against Denmark on Monday evening hoping a little of the magic their rugby counterparts produced against the All Blacks rubs off on them.
Corry Evans believes Northern Ireland can take confidence from their Nations League campaign even if results went against them right up to the final seconds of the competition.
England even surpassed Gareth Southgate’s expectations in a memorable year that ended with a stirring comeback against World Cup semi-final foes Croatia and progress to the inaugural Nations League Finals.
LeBron James finished with 51 points as his Los Angeles Lakers side beat his former club the Miami Heat 113-97.
Nicola Sturgeon will reiterate her call for the UK to remain part of the single market and customs union when she addresses an economic forum later.
At the opening of a “critical” week for the country and the Prime Minister, Brexit is at the top of the agenda for most of Monday’s papers.
Taron Egerton has said he found it “liberating” to shave his head after he split up with his girlfriend.
Taron Egerton plans to return to his role in the Kingsman films after taking a break for the third instalment, when he hopes the franchise returns to its British roots.