From the first editions:
CABINET ROW: GOVE FORCED TO APOLOGISE
Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, was forced to apologise to David Cameron last night, after an extraordinary public row with the Home Secretary over Islamic extremism in state schools.
OBESITY LINKED TO ONE IN 10 DEATHS
Soaring obesity levels mean one in 10 deaths in England and Wales is now caused by excess weight, the chief medical officer has warned.
INHERITANCE TAX REFORMS CURB FAMILY TRUST FUNDS
Plans to reform inheritance tax will hit thousands of parents and grandparents who want to pass on assets in the form of family trusts.
LLOYDS PRICES TSB `TO GO' AT LOSS LEADING AT £1.4BN FOR FLOTATION
Lloyds Banking Group is to value TSB at as much as £1.4bn when it floats on the stock market at the end of this month, some 10% below its book value in order to act as a loss-leader for future share sales.
EE 'TO END LINKS WITH CARPHONE'
EE is poised to pull out of its relationship with Carphone Warehouse in a move that threatens the retailer's £3.6bn merger with Dixons, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.
GAS DEAL TURNS HEAT ON WORLD CUP
The secrets of how Qatar's top football chief exploited its vast wealth to help win crucial votes for its World Cup bid are revealed in explosive documents leaked to The Sunday Times.
TEXTS WORSE THAN DRINK-DRIVING
Tougher penalties for using In the coming weeks he is mobile phones while driving are being considered by the G overnment after research showed that it slowed a driver's reactions more than drink or drugs.
MAY AIDE QUITS IN GOVE ROW
David Cameron moved to assert his authority over warring C abinet ministers last night, forcing Theresa May to jettison her closest adviser and ordering Michael Gove to apologise for sparking an extraordinary row over Muslim extremists.
BRITAIN £70BN BETTER OFF - THANKS TO BOMBS AND BOFFINS
Britain's economy is up to £70bn bigger than previously thought, according to revised official estimates to be published this week.
BARCLAYS FACES £300M CLAIM OVER QATAR `FEES'
Barclays is to be hit with a £300m high court lawsuit from Amanda Staveley, the dealmaker who helped the bank secure a financial lifeline from a consortium of Middle Eastern investors six years ago.
SICK TRADE IN YOUR FAMILY PHOTOS
Paedophiles are raiding social networking sites for pictures of children on family days out.
ROSEMARY CONLEY: I BECAME A HATE FIGURE
Diet guru Rosemary Conley has spoken for the first time about becoming a hate figure after the collapse of her slimming empire.
HOPE OF BLOOD TEST FOR BREAST CANCER
A blood test that can detect breast cancer in just three hours is to be launched in Britain within months.
ROO: JUST LET ME PLAY
Wayne Rooney believes he will finally deliver on the biggest stage of all - the World Cup finals in Brazil.
GARY HOPES IT'S THIRD TIME LUCKY AFTER THE HEARTACHE
Gary Cahill could be excused for buying up every lucky charm he can lay his hands on to make certain he's on the plane to Rio de Janeiro.
STAR ON SUNDAY:
COWELL'S BGT QUIT SHOCK
Britain's Got Talent was plunged into crisis last night after judge Alesha Dixon revealed Simon Cowell is set to quit the panel.
JUDGE BACKS OUR FIGHT FOR MP FILE
A judge has ordered the release of files on paedophile politician Cyril Smith after a court battle by the Daily Star Sunday.
WEAVIN' PRESSIE FOR DAD
Demand for £6,000 hair transplants has surged in the run-up to Father's Day.
£60M THAT IS WHAT JUVE DEMAND MAN UNITED PAY TO GET BACK POGBA WHO LEFT ON A FREE TRANSFER
Man United have been quoted a MASSIVE £60million for Paul Pogba - a player they lost for NOTHING.
SHILTON: ROONEY TO START
England legend Peter Shilton has urged Roy Hodgson to stick with Wayne Rooney - but make him part of a five-strong midfield.
SCHOOLS MUST BE ALLOWED TO RESPECT MUSLIM FAITH, SAY MPS AND BISHOP
A coalition of religious leaders and senior politicians is joining forces to defend the right of Muslim children to an education that respects their faith, amid growing concerns over the government's response to the alleged infiltration of Birmingham's schools by Islamic extremists.
CAMERON IN NEW BID TO STOP JUNCKER
David Cameron will hold crisis talks in Sweden tomorrow with Angela Merkel in a further high-risk bid to persuade the German chancellor to drop support for the federalist Jean-Claude Juncker as the next European commission president.
ASHAMED, ANGRY: TRAGIC TESTIMONY OF RWANDA'S CHILDREN OF RAPE
When Josiane Nizomfura was 12, she wanted to get a glimpse of her father, so she sneaked out of school and went to the public trial where her mother was testifying against him for rape.
LIVERPOOL REOPENS FOR BUSINESS AS THE GLOBAL DEALMAKERS ARRIVE
Max Steinberg remembers that it was a struggle to get a single busload of investors to come to Liverpool in 1981.
BIG THREE GULF AIRLINES BRUSH ASIDE OBSTACLES IN PURSUIT OF DOMINANCE
The blazing June heat meant that the only people walking outside in Doha were migrant workers, mainly from the Indian subcontinent, in hard hats and high-vis jackets, labouring to construct the ever-growing Qatari capital.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
'IT'S TRUE THAT WE RAPED HERE. WE FOUND WOMEN BECAUSE THEY CAN'T ESCAPE ... YOU SEE HER, CATCH HER, SOMETIMES YOU KILL HER. WHEN WE RAPE, WE FEEL FREE'
The Congolese soldiers march through the night, but not towards battle. In the dark, they are hunting for women who have fled their homes in Minova to hide in the bushes.
STUDENTS' SEXUAL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES HIT BY CUTS
Students and doctors have warned the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, that he risks "failing an entire generation", as university GP practices attempt to cope with funding cuts which they say threaten to shut down surgeries and wipe out vital sexual and mental health services for students.
WITH TWEETS, THE CIA IS IN GOOD COMPANY
When the CIA launched its Twitter account on Friday, the entire Twitterverse was shocked.
BEWARE A GLUT OF OVER-PRICED ID THEFT COVER
Brits were issued a stark warning this week about a powerful computer virus that can steal personal and financial data.
AFTER THE GOLD RUSH: IS BULLION STILL A SAFE HAVEN FOR INVESTORS?
Buying gold bars or coins is said to be a safe bet for investors - hence the gold rush that followed the global financial crisis in 2008.
MAIL ON SUNDAY:
TORY BLOODBATH OVER MUSLIM SCHOOLS FIASCO
David Cameron's Government was in crisis last night after Michael Gove was forced to make a grovelling apology to the Prime Minister for undermining Theresa May - and her spin doctor had to quit for attacking Mr Gove.
TORY LAUNCHES FURIOUS HS2 ATTACK ON BERCOW, THE 'BIASED CRY BABY'
A former Tory Rail Minister last night called Commons Speaker John Bercow a 'cry baby' for objecting to the HS2 high-speed rail line - because building works will cause traffic jams near his home.
NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON'T!
This could be the most lucrative 'light-bulb moment' ever. An artwork which consists of nothing more than lights turning on and off in an empty room is expected to fetch up to £70,000 when it is auctioned by Christie's next month.
WIN OR BUST!
Roy Hodgson and Steven Gerrard insist England will go for victory against Italy in their World Cup opener on Saturday night rather than settle for the draw that could suit both teams.
ROBSHAW AIMING FOR MUCH MORE
Glorious failure was England's shattering fate at Eden Park yesterday, but their dejected, defiant response told its own story of rising standards and ambitions.