Newspaper headlines: Barcelona shooting, and Bake Off returns
- 22 August 2017
The revamped Great British Bake Off is back next week and a press preview makes headlines across Tuesday's newspapers.
The Sun's lead story complains that it will be packed more tightly with ads than any show in Channel 4's history.
According to the newspaper, there will be four breaks lasting nearly 17 minutes. But Prue Leith - who replaces Mary Berry as one of the judges - has caused a stir after advising viewers on how to avoid the interruptions.
The Daily Telegraph says that when she appeared before the media on Monday, she cheerfully torpedoed Channel 4's hopes of persuading as many viewers as possible to tune in to Bake Off at 20:00 BST next Tuesday.
Instead, she advised fans to record the show and watch it later, fast-forwarding through the advertising.
Newspaper headlines: Tributes to 'cheeky' boy killed in Barcelona
- 21 August 2017
Several of the front pages show Julian Cadman - the seven year old who died in the Barcelona attack.
"Our Beloved Cheeky Julian" is the headline for the Mirror, quoting his family's tribute to their "much loved and adored" boy.
Newspaper headlines: 'Queen won't stand down' and 'lost' British boy
- 20 August 2017
The Barcelona attack continues to dominate the papers.
"We pay homage to Catalonia," says the Sunday Times.
Newspaper headlines: 'Didn't he do well' - Sir Bruce mourned
- 19 August 2017
Saturday morning's papers are full of tributes to Sir Bruce Forsyth.
The headlines, as expected, make full use of a couple of his most famous catchphrases - "nice to see you" and "didn't he do well".
Newspaper headlines: 'Terror strikes the heart of Barcelona'
- 18 August 2017
The papers are dominated by the Barcelona van attack in which 13 people died.
The Daily Mail, the Sun and the Daily Telegraph all use the same image on their front pages - of an injured man, holding his head and being helped by police officers.
Newspaper headlines: Brexit 'backdoor' and new aircraft carrier
- 17 August 2017
The Daily Mail calls the government's proposals to create a "frictionless" border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic "an eminently workable solution".
It doubts would-be migrants will try to use this route, as it says they will "lose the automatic right to work and claim benefits".
Newspaper headlines: Rail fares and Big Ben bong!
- 16 August 2017
The 3.6% rise in rail fares was met with "fury", according to the Daily Express.
The Times says Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is being urged to change the way fares are calculated.
Newspaper headlines: Big Ben backlash and Brexit plan published
- 15 August 2017
The government's decision to try to negotiate a temporary customs relationship with the EU after Brexit is widely discussed.
The Daily Mail says "an eminently workable" Brexit strategy is taking shape.
Newspaper headlines: Trump 'swamped' and Jeremy Hunt's toilet
- 14 August 2017
The violence in Charlottesville is considered in the editorial columns.
Much of the focus is on President Donald Trump's failure to single out for blame the white supremacists who rallied there.
Newspaper headlines: 'Theresa's mea culpa' and no 'back door' Brexit
- 13 August 2017
According to the Mail on Sunday, Theresa May will make a grovelling apology at the Conservative Party conference for the loss of the government's majority, to try to head off a threat to sack her as prime minister.
The paper calls it her "mea culpa".