Rail fares, Bank Holiday heat and the Brexit latest make the front pages at the start of the working week.
Brexit is never far from the front pages, and Bank Holiday Monday is no exception, while supportive messages for Sir Alex Ferguson also make headlines.
Warnings on breast cancer screenings, the Brexit latest and the local elections all feature on the Friday fronts.
A breast cancer screening error affecting 450,000 women leads the majority of Thursday’s papers, while the shutting down of Cambridge Analytica also makes the fronts.
Brexit, tax havens and car safety all appear on the fronts of Wednesday’s papers, while pictures of revellers celebrating May 1 are also featured.
The fallout from the resignation of Amber Rudd as Home Secretary features on many of the morning papers, along with the Iran nuclear deal and the merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda.
The departure of the Home Secretary late on Sunday evening was just in time for a number of Monday’s papers, with the potential merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda also featured.
The Home Secretary on the brink, history made on the Korean border and the return of Abba are the big stories for Saturday’s papers.
The Home Secretary under fire over Brexit and the Windrush row, Donald Trump’s UK visit and Bill Cosby’s sex assault conviction lead the papers on Friday.
Wednesday’s front pages lead with a range of stories including the latest on the Windrush row, a crackdown on junk food offers and “plans” for Britain’s own satellite system.