Moves against migrants arriving in the UK by boat, and Britain’s scorching temperatures are among a variety of topics on the front pages on Saturday.
Almost 500,000 premises across the UK have been connected to gigabit-capable broadband in the last two years, the Government has said, as it urged people to take up subsidies on offer to get access to high-speed connections.
Local councils want more powers to shut down pubs that fail to comply with social distancing guideline,s after images of crowded venues shared on social media sparked outrage.
Emergency Covid-19 funding for bus and tram operators in England is being extended ahead of expected increases in demand next month, the Government has announced.
Households mixing in pubs and houses has been blamed for a rise in coronavirus cases in Preston as the city became the latest area to have local lockdown restrictions imposed.
Parts of the UK could see record-breaking overnight temperatures this weekend as the mini heatwave continues.
Holidaymakers travelling from the UK are typically taking more money with them than they did before the coronavirus lockdown started, analysis from Post Office Travel Money suggests.
Motorists in the UK will take 45 million day trips in August as people avoid travelling abroad because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and his leadership team have accused their party officials of trying to sabotage the 2017 election out of hostility towards him, reports say.
A special flight carrying evacuees to India who had been stranded abroad because of coronavirus skidded off a runway and split in two while landing in heavy rain, killing at least 16 passengers and injuring 123 more, police said.