Lizzy Yarnold’s success in South Korea at the Winter Olympics is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit.
Sunday’s papers serve up a mixture of headlines – from the latest on Brexit to the continuing fallout from allegations against Oxfam workers.
Growing unrest in the Conservative Party over Theresa May’s leadership and her handling of Brexit leads the broadsheets on Sunday.
A mixed bag of news features on the front of the Sunday newspapers – from a ‘cash crisis’ in academy schools to tensions in the Tory party.
Brexit, businesses, Boris Johnson and Big Brother make headlines in various guises on Sunday.
Developments in the row over serial rapist John Worboys’ release from prison are among the lead stories in Sunday’s papers.
Political figures both at home and abroad feature prominently on the front of Sunday’s papers.
Help in the fight against terrorism or face higher taxes, internet giants have been warned by a Government minister in one Sunday paper.
British politics is never far from the top of the news agenda, and features prominently on the front pages for Christmas Eve.
Politics is back at the top of the news agenda this weekend, with Theresa May featuring on the front of several Sunday papers.