Newspaper headlines: 'Freedom at a price' as Queen seals 'hard Megxit'
- 19 January 2020
The Sunday Telegraph believes there are no winners as a result of what many of the front pages are calling "Megxit" - the exit of the Duke an Duchess of Sussex as front-line royals.
There is a comment piece on the front, which expresses broad support for the Queen's decision - which the paper says was not to let Harry and Meghan "have their cake and eat it".
But it suggests that some might find the idea of stripping Prince Harry of his military appointments "overly punitive". And it argues the Queen and the Royal Family have lost one of their most popular figures.
Under the headline "can't have the chateau and the gateau", the Sunday Mirror welcomes the fact that Harry and Meghan will no longer be allowed to use their HRH titles.
"Only those who do the work of Royal Highnesses should be allowed to call themselves such," it says. It goes on to commend the way the Queen has handled the situation, concluding that she has "acted decisively but compassionately".
Newspaper headlines: 'Alarm' over school isolation booths and 'Mugxit'
- 18 January 2020
It describes Sajid Javid as "firing an early salvo" in what's likely to be a "fractious year", as London and Brussels attempt to agree their future relationship.
Newspaper headlines: Harry's 'farewell' and social media firm 'payback'
- 17 January 2020
The Daily Telegraph leads with what it calls the "Big Ben Brexit bongs row" - which the paper says has descended into farce.
The House of Commons authorities have raised concerns about the prime minister's idea of using public donations to get the clock chiming on 31 January to mark the UK's departure from the EU.
Newspaper headlines: Kate the 'dazzling duchess' and Putin's Kremlin revamp
- 16 January 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Bradford on Wednesday - their first public engagement since Prince Harry and Meghan announced they would step back as full-time royals - makes the front of the Metro and Daily Telegraph. The Daily Mail's front page dubs Kate the "dazzling duchess".
Elsewhere, there is much analysis of Russian President Vladimir Putin's proposed constitutional changes - or as the Daily Mail puts it the "shock plan that could see him in charge for life".
Newspaper headlines: 'Markle vs Markle' and PM targets crime gangs
- 15 January 2020
The Daily Mail calls it the "courtroom showdown the Royals will be dreading" - saying there is the prospect of Meghan's father testifying against her in the action she has brought against its sister newspaper for publishing one of her letters to him.
Newspaper headlines: The Queen's 'reluctant farewell' and 'Orf you go'
- 14 January 2020
The front pages are dominated by the royals.
Newspaper headlines: Harry 'in turmoil' and 'royal soap Oprah'
- 13 January 2020
Many of the papers look ahead to the Royal Family's meeting about the future roles of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Daily Mirror says one may only imagine the anguish the Queen is facing at having to host the summit. The Guardian thinks the talks will have implications not just for the couple, but also for other members of the Royal Family.
Newspaper headlines: William's 'sadness' as Queen calls royal 'summit'
- 12 January 2020
The front pages are dominated by the fallout from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to step back from royal duties.
The Sunday Telegraph describes Monday's meeting involving the Queen, other senior members of the royal family and Prince Harry, as a "showdown".
Newspaper headlines: Queen gives '72-hour deadline to resolve rift'
- 11 January 2020
There is continued speculation and comment about what the Guardian calls a right royal mess.
It says the decision by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to step back from their frontline duties raises complex questions ranging from taxpayers' support for the royals to the future of the institution.
Newspaper headlines: Royal Family 'crisis talks' and jet 'hit by missile'
- 10 January 2020
The reverberations of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to step back from their royal duties dominate both the front and inside pages.
The news that the duchess has left the UK is the main story for the Daily Mail - with the headline "Meghan flees to Canada".