The Brexit latest, free fruit for employees and a fireworks display marred by injuries to children all lead the papers on Sunday.
A helicopter crash outside Leicester’s King Power Stadium and an interview with Sir Philip Green make the front pages on Sunday.
Brexit tensions reaching boiling point make headlines across many of the Sunday papers.
Politics tops the agenda on Sunday with several papers leading on Brexit, while the official photos from Princess Eugenie’s wedding also feature prominently.
Grand Tour presenter Jeremy Clarkson has warned of a ‘terrifying’ future for petrolheads, with the current trend towards driverless cars, ownership schemes and electric vehicles a death knell for the traditional car enthusiast.
Sunday’s papers carry an array of stories, with Brexit and tensions with Moscow among the tales on the front pages.
Labour moves towards a second vote on leaving the EU are among a range of Brexit stories to top the Sunday papers.
A variety of stories make the front pages on Sunday – from calls for a second Brexit referendum to an interview with the leader of the Scottish Conservative Party.
Boris Johnson and talk of plots in the Conservative party make the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while Brexit also features.
The latest political machinations in the Labour and Conservative parties make the headlines on Sunday – along with Theresa May vowing there will be no second Brexit referendum.