What the Sunday papers say
BBC REVIEW AIRS END OF LICENCE FEE
Members of a panel reviewing the future of the BBC have suggested that it scrap the licence fee and switch to a subscription service from 2020.
SET US FREE, PLEAD SAUDI PRINCESSES
Two daughters of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia claim that they and their sisters have been held against their will for the past 13 years in the royal palace compound in Jeddah.
PASSPORTS RIDDLE AS 239 DIE IN CRASH
An investigation into the disappearance yesterday of a Boeing 777 with 239 people on board over the South China Sea is expected to focus on reports that two of the passengers were travelling on stolen passports.
MORRISONS CHIEF DECLARES PRICE WAR ON ALDI
WM Morrison is poised to unveil aggressive price cuts and £500m of property sales this week as it struggles to fend off discount rivals and placate anxious shareholders
BONUS ROW FLARES AS BARCLAYS BOSS POCKETS £5M
Barclays is set to stoke the controversy over bankers' pay as it prepares to hand a share award of almost £5m to its chief executive.
WERE TERRORISTS BEHIND PLANE TRAGEDY IN SEA?
Air safety experts were investigating last night whether an airliner that went missing in the Far East could have been the target of a terrorist attack.
MINISTERS CLEAR PATH FOR ASSISTED SUICIDE TO BE LEGAL
The legislation assisted suicide has moved a significant step closer after the Government made clear that it would not stand in the way of a change in the law.
HUGE RISE IN POTHOLE CLAIMS BUT COUNCIL PAYOUTS FALL
At least 10,000 drivers claimed compensation from councils for damage caused by potholes last year, an analysis by The Sunday Telegraph indicates today.
DRUGS FIRMS LIFTED BY 'FAST MEDICINES' DEAL
Britain's pharmaceutical industry is to be given a major boost by "revolutionary" government plans to fast-track breakthrough drugs to seriously ill patients.
BANK TO LAUNCH INQUIRY OVER FOREX FIXING CLAIMS
The Bank of England is to launch an independent inquiry into allegations it allowed manipulation of the foreign exchange market.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
LAWRENCE POLICE: PROOF OF LINK TO SECOND MURDER CASE
Explosive new evidence linking the two darkest chapters in Scotland Yard's modern history can be revealed today by the Independent on Sunday, heaping fresh pressure on the position of the current Met commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
SOCIAL MEDIA IS NEW WEAPON IN WAR ON BRITISH JIHADIS
Diplomats have quietly opened a new front in efforts to stem the flow of Britons travelling to fight in Syria by spending nearly £200,000 on "social media activity" to deter would-be jihadis from leaving the UK, the Independent on Sunday can reveal.
'FREE CHILDCARE FROM 12 MONTHS SHOULD BE OUR AIM'
All parties should consider pledging free childcare for one-year-olds in their general election manifestos to encourage women to resume their careers, the minister for employment has said.
THE RISKS WE NOW TAKE ON THE ROAD TO RETIREMENT
It's been five years at record low interest rates of 0.5% and don't savers known it.
COLLECTIVE ENERGY SWITCHING PLANS TO GO PUBLIC THIS YEAR
If you needed any reminder of the parlous state of the energy industry, then the crisis in Ukraine brings it all home.
NEW CO-OP STORM AS BOARD AWARDS BOSSES HUGE PAY AND BONUS DEALS
The embattled Co-operative Group, still reeling from a banking scandal and preparing to lay off up to 5,000 employees, faces a new storm over plans to pay its chief executive more than £3.5m in his first year in the job, while massively boosting the salaries and bonuses of other senior staff.
YARD IN NEW UNDERCOVER POLICE ROW
Scotland Yard stands accused of covering up "institutionalised sexism" within the police in trying to block civil claims launched by women allegedly deceived into sexual relationships with undercover officers.
OIL SLICKS SPOTTED IN SEA AS PLACE DISAPPEARS WITH 239 FEARED DEAD
Hundreds are feared dead after a Malaysia Airlines flight vanished in the early hours of Saturday, with Vietnamese officials reporting oil slicks in the sea that could be connected to the missing plane.
UK IN POLE POSITION TO BENEFIT FROM F1 ENGINEERING SKILLS
As the Formula One circus gets back on the track in Melbourne for the first race of the 2014 season next Sunday, nerves will be tauter than ever.
MORRISONS REACHES MILESTONE IN GRIM MOOD
It's ten years this weekend since Sir Ken Morrison's peerless effort at rallying Safeway's troops, following his eponymous supermarket chain's takeover of its rival.
EU THREAT TO OUR GARDENS
Gardeners face having their flower beds dug up in a bid to destroy some of Britain's best loved plants.
41 EVIDENCE BOXES KEPT SECRET FROM LAWRENCE INQUIRY
Boxes of secret files on the Stephen Lawrence case were not made available to the barrister whose damning report prompted Home Secretary Theresa May to order a public inquiry into undercover policing methods.
£140m POURED INTO POTHOLES
Ministers last night pledged to tackle a major scourge of the British motorist by pumping an extra £140million into fixing the country's potholes.
WE'RE READY TO RUMBLE
England have vowed to win the Triple Crown at Twickenham today - by matching the Welsh for raw power and physicality.
WENGER: I LIKE THIS DIRTY OZIL
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praised "dirty" Mesut Ozil - believing the German has learned his lesson after recent criticism.
MAIL ON SUNDAY:
HIGH COURT JUDGE AND THE CHILD SEX RING
One of Britain's most senior judges actively campaigned to support a vile paedophile group that tried to legalise sex with children, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
CAMILLA'S BROTHER: I'M MORE LIKELY TO HAVE AN AFFAIR WITH A RIPE POMEGRANATE THAN DATE NANCY
Her former loves have included an ex-England football manager and one of our greatest theatre directors - but if Nancy Dell'Olio had hoped to add aristocratic adventurer to the list , she is about to be disappointed.
A BLUNDER BEYOND BELIEF
The family of a cancer patient was told in a phone call by hospital staff she had died suddenly - only to discover she was still alive after rushing to her bedside.
MOYES BACKS HIS £15M SCAPEGOAT
Manchester United are ready to give Tom Cleverley - the target of scathing criticism from fans of both the club and England - a new five-year deal worth £15million.
SIX NATIONS JACKPOT UP FOR GRABS
England and Wales could be competing for £2million as well as national pride at Twickenham today.
SEX TRIAL BILL: COPS MUST SAY SORRY
Bill Roache is demanding an apology from police over his rape and sex abuse trial.
KYLIE: I CAN'T GET TWO INTO MY BED
Unlucky in love Kylie Minogue has admitted her greatest fear is "loneliness" and that she suffers from anxiety late at night.
LE VELL GIVEN THREE MONTHS TO SAVE HIS CAREER
Troubled Michael Le Vell has three months to save his job on Corrie after ITV bosses warned him to clean up his act.
Robin van Persie is ready to quit Manchester United.
Tim Sherwood slammed his Tottenham players after they fell apart at Stamford Bridge.
SUN ON SUNDAY:
ABDUCTED SCHOOLGIRL FALLS FOR ANOTHER TEACHER
The schoolgirl lover of jailed maths teacher Jeremy Forrest has dumped him for another teacher.
HELEN'S CHA CHA CHARMS
Strictly Come Dancing bosses want to give the show a lift by signing Helen Flanagan.
BEER WE GO
Footie fans will get extra pub time at the World Cup - to watch England in dreaded penalty shoot-outs
VER MAN FOR MOYES
David Moyes has targeted Arsenal misfit Thomas Vermaelen to replace Manchester united hero Nemanja Vidic.
Tim Sherwood branded Spurs "gutless" in an amazing rant.
LIZ AND RUSSIAN TYCOON
Liz Hurley is forging a close friendship with a super-rich Russian tycoon 15 years her junior.
ABUSE PLEA BY NIGELLA
Assault victim Nigella Lawson is using her high public profile to back a domestic violence charity.
AND SHE'S OFF
Nicole Scherzinger is revving her engine for a year of romance with race ace boyfriend Lewis Hamilton.
THE ODD VAN OUT
David Moyes will sell Robin van Persie in the summer if he can sign Edinson Cavani.
ARSENE EYES GUN CONTROL BEFORE DEAL
Arsene Wenger wants the final say on transfers at Arsenal before signing his new contract.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
HATE MOB DROVE ME FROM HOME
Danniella Westbrook has had to flee her home after a vindictive hate campaign saw it ransacked three times.
COOLER'S TOO HOT FOR CONVICTS
Death Row prisoners at one of America's toughest jails are getting air conditioning after taking legal action over their hot cells.
NEXT LEFT FOR THE PALACE, NANNY
Prince George has been spotted bonding with his new nanny while his parents enjoy their first holiday together without him.
IT'S WIZARD OZ!
Arsene Wenger yesterday hailed the "dirty work" of a back-to-form Mesut Ozil.
NO-GO LOW FOR UNITED
Germany coach Jogi Low insists he would NOT be interested in taking over from Manchester United boss David Moyes.