After Thursday’s papers were dominated by the latest turns in the Brexit debate, Friday’s offerings are a slightly more mixed bag – with the Disney/21st Century Fox deal, the Grenfell memorial service and a church inquiry all making the front pages.
“Youthquake” has been named as Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year following in the footsteps of “omnishambles”, “post-truth” and “selfie” to have been awarded the accolade.
Scientists analysing a huge cigar-shaped object in space have said initial scans suggest it is not an alien craft.
Britain has retained its crown as the world’s leading financial centre in 2017, but a leading City lobby group says the UK’s position should not be taken for granted in light of emerging Brexit risks.
This year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing is officially the most popular in the programme’s 14 years on screen.
I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! star Rebekah Vardy broke down in tears after discovering that she had been accused of bullying in the jungle.
Action film star Jean-Claude Van Damme has revealed he expects his upcoming TV series to be as groundbreaking as Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.
A hot cup of tea a day is linked to a lowering of the risk of developing glaucoma, new research suggests.
The executive producer of comedy cartoon The Simpsons has joked about the show’s prediction that Disney would purchase a proportion of 21st Century Fox.
Gemma Collins’ famous fall through the floor during the Radio 1 Teen Awards has been named “best celebrity fall of the year”.
A Milwaukee reporter received a snowy surprise just before she went live on air on Thursday, and fortunately for us, it was captured on video.
Women will battle against men in a gruelling new reality show set under the sizzling sun of the South African savannah.
The UK needs a government-led national strategy to combat loneliness, according to a commission set up by MP Jo Cox before she was murdered.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday to repeal net neutrality regulations.
Singer Sam Smith has promised his fans a “happy and joyous” third album.
Emmerdale viewers have been left stunned as Emma Barton’s killer was finally unmasked.
John Boyega has told how he feared he may not return in the latest Star Wars movie after his character’s dramatic fight scene in episode seven.
Emmerdale’s Emma Barton had the last laugh when she fell to her death from an aqueduct, her killer has said.
Rupert Murdoch said Sky is the asset he is parting with most reluctantly after Walt Disney launched a 52.4 billion US dollar (£39 billion) takeover of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets.
Former Strictly Come Dancing star Louise Redknapp delighted fans with a revival of her 2000 hit 2 Faced on live television.