From the first editions
ALIVE IN THE RUBBLE?
At least eight people were killed and dozens more injured when a police helicopter crashed into a Glasgow pub, plunging through the roof on to more than 100 people gathered below.
PUBLIC REVOLT OVER HS2
David Cameron is facing a public revolt over his support for the HS2 rail project, a poll shows today, as the extent of the line's impact on England's rural landscape is disclosed.
WOMAN HAS CHILD TAKEN FROM HER WOMB BY SOCIAL SERVICES
A pregnant woman has had her baby forcibly removed by caesarean section by social workers.
UK GROWTH UPGRADE HITS RECORD
Britain's growth prospects will be upgraded by the largest margin in more than a decade this week, as the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement against the brightest economic backdrop since the Coalition took power in 2010.
LIDL PLANS EXPANSION
Discount food retailer Lidl is plotting an ambitious expansion drive that will result in it more than doubling in size in Britain, with its UK managing director claiming that grocery shopping in the country is entering a "new era".
UK SCHOOLS STUCK AT BACK OF THE CLASS
Britain's pupils are lagging far behind key international competitors despite the billions of pounds being spent to improve their educational performance.
HUMAN CHAIN PULLED INJURED FROM PUB
Eight people are now known to have died and 14 remain seriously injured after a police helicopter crashed into a busy pub in Glasgow city centre.
THERE'S SEMTEX IN MY SMOOTHIE
The world's most wanted female terrorist suspect - the widow of one of the July 7 bombers - was making plans to open a juice and frozen yoghurt bar as she allegedly plotted to kill British tourists in Kenya.
OSBORNE - GROWTH SET TO DOUBLE
Britain's growth rate has doubled and will improve again next year, official forecasts published with the autumn statement this week will say - but George Osborne will reject calls to ease austerity.
RBS STOKES PAY ROW WITH £500m BONUS SEASON
Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to pay its bankers an estimated £500m in bonuses this year, in spite of the string of scandals engulfing the taxpayer-backed lender.
HEROISM AMID THE HORROR
The death toll in the police helicopter tragedy reached eight last night while 14 people were fighting for their lives after being plucked from the rubble in a heroic rescue operation.
HEAD'S £21,000 TERM-TIME FACT FINDING TRIP TO SUNNY GRAN CANARIA
A headteacher took four members of staff to the Canary Islands during term time to take part in a project which studies how children play and learn.
PARTY ACTIVISTS REJECT TORY YEO
Conservative MP Tim Yeo is fighting for his political career after his local party refused to re-adopt him as its candidate for the next general election.
I WON'T WALK
Fulham boss Martin Jol refused to quit last night despite his own prediction that a pointless trip to West Ham yesterday could cost him his job.
LUKAKU: I'D LIKE TO STAY AT EVERTON
Romelu Lukaku revved up his war of words with Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho before scoring his eighth goal for Everton this season.
MAIL ON SUNDAY:
MURDOCH WIFE - MY CRUSH ON BLAIR
A sensational note written by Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife Wendi Deng that reveals she had a 'crush' on Tony Blair has been found, it was revealed last night.
OSBORNE GIVES £1,000 TO ALL HOME-BUYERS
David Cameron will today try to bring an end to weeks of wrangling over energy prices by promising handouts of £1,000 to new home-buyers.
STOPPARD IN LOVE...BRITAIN'S TOP PLAYWRIGHT, 76, IS TO MARRY CHARLES'S EX SABRINA GUINNESS
He won an Oscar for writing about Shakespeare in Love - and now Sir Tom Stoppard is in the same situation himself.
Arsene Wenger admitted he never thought Arsenal would be seven points clear at the top of the Premier League heading into December.
JOL ON THE BRINK AFTER FULHAM'S DISMAL DISPLAY
Martin Jol admitted his fate is no longer in his hands after Fulham slumped to their fifth successive Premier League defeat.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
JUNGLE AMY'S SECRET LOVE
I'm a Celebrity babe Amy Willerton is hiding a secret from her campmates - a boyfriend they know nothing about.
'COPTER TOlL RISES TO EIGHT
Eight people were killed, including a Gulf War veteran pilot, when a police helicopter plummeted into a packed Glasgow pub.
DI SAS MAN A LOOTER
The SAS soldier who claimed Diana had been killed by the regiment is being probed by police over claims he brought a fortune in stolen cash home from fighting in Afghanistan.
STRIKE IT RICH WENG
Arsene Wenger is on full alert to splash the cash after Manchester City defender Micah Richards revealed that he is considering his Etihad future.
IT'S RAMBO TWO!
Arsene Wenger hailed sensation Aaron Ramsey after his double in Cardiff blasted Arsenal seven points clear at the top.
SCOTLAND MOURNS ITS DEAD AS INQUEST STARTS INTO CAUSE OF HELICOPTER DISASTER
A painstaking operation to recover the remains of at least eight people killed when a police helicopter crash-landed on a busy pub in Glasgow continued last night, with a final figure for the dead yet to emerge.
SHOCK FOUR-COUNTRY POLL REVEALS THE WIDENING GULF BETWEEN UK AND EU
A powerful cross-party alliance including former Tory foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg is calling for an urgent fightback against spiralling anti-European sentiment as a new four-nation poll suggests the UK could be heading out of the EU.
ETHICAL COSMETICS COMPANY LUSH LAUNCHES LANDMARK COURT BATTLE WITH 'BULLYING' AMAZON
In the cut-through world of retail, it is a David-versus-Goliath battle.
MORE FESTIVE CHEER AND LESS BAH HUMBUG AT RYANAIR
Passengers checking in on Ryanair flights today will be the first to experience a modern-day seasonal redemption.
OUT OF THE LAB, OFF TO MARKET: A HI-TECH BLUEPRINT FOR UK RECOVERY
When the 2011 tsunami hit Japan's Fukushima plant, causing one of the world's worst nuclear disasters, it set off a chain reaction of research into nuclear safety on the other side of the world.