The killing of a man on a train in front of his 14-year-old son is among a variety of headline stories on Saturday.
The Daily Telegraph leads on the suspected murder on a train travelling through the Surrey commuter belt.
The 51-year-old’s stabbing also leads the Daily Express, which says the knifeman fled the scene when the train arrived at the next station.
In other news, The Sun splashes with £115 million EuroMillions winners Frances and Patrick Connolly, from Moira in Northern Ireland.
The Daily Mirror reports the Duke of Sussex will play a role in major military exercises due to be a show of strength to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Greater Manchester’s decision to ban fracking, involving 10 local authorities, leads The Guardian.
The Daily Mail leads with Government reaction to outrage over the legal aid given to fugitive “speedboat killer” Jack Shepherd.
The Independent reports on the arrest of a UK citizen in Russia over spying allegations.
Nearly 30 universities are paying for police officers to protect students from criminals, The Times reports.
And the Financial Time leads with US reaction to unrest in global stock markets.