Newspaper headlines: 'Families hail Hillsborough decision'
- 29 June 2017
The news that six men are to face criminal charges over the Hillsborough disaster dominates many of the front pages.
Most of the headlines reflect the long passage of time since the tragedy.
"Twenty-eight years on, six face trial," is the headline in the Guardian.
The Daily Telegraph's headline quotes the chairwoman of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, Margaret Aspinall, as describing the announcement as "the beginning of the end".
The Daily Mirror's is "95 manslaughter charges", with the nine and the five figures made up of pictures of the Liverpool fans who died in April 1989.
Newspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'
- 28 June 2017
The Times leads with claims which appear in several papers that Theresa May's "top team" are split over Brexit.
It says the prime minister appears to be struggling to contain differences between Brexit Secretary David Davis and Chancellor Philip Hammond.
Newspaper headlines: DUP deal dominates front pages
- 27 June 2017
Many of the papers feature pictures of Theresa May and Arlene Foster after the DUP leader reached an agreement to support a minority Conservative government.
"Thanks a billion," is the i's headline, referring to the financial benefits that Northern Ireland will receive in the deal.
Newspaper headlines: Jeremy Corbyn says he will be 'PM in six months'
- 26 June 2017
The Times says thousands of European criminals will face deportation after Brexit, because they won't be eligible to be granted "settled status" allowing them to stay in the UK.
The inability to expel such criminals "has long enraged ministers", according to the paper, which says those affected are likely to include people convicted of violence, and sex and drug offenders.
Newspaper headlines: 'I wanted out' says Prince Harry
- 25 June 2017
The Mail on Sunday says Prince Harry once "wanted out" of the Royal Family, and considered living an "ordinary" life.
In an interview, Harry says that when he was at Eton he just wanted to be a "bad boy" - and after he left the army he didn't want to grow up.
Newspaper headlines: Armed police, flat evacuations and Brexit
- 24 June 2017
According to the Daily Mirror, fridge-freezers similar to the one that's thought to have sparked the Grenfell Tower blaze can burst into flames in as little as 90 seconds.
The Daily Telegraph highlights urgent fire tests taking place at hospitals. It says research has found that £561m of taxpayers money has been spent since 2014 on public sector contracts that contain references to cladding.
Newspaper headlines: Tower 'death traps' and EU migrant rights
- 23 June 2017
The Financial Times says Theresa May's offer to Brussels to allow three million EU citizens to stay in the UK shows a "weakened" prime minister, trying to regain the initiative on Brexit.
According to the FT, diplomats are privately raising the prospect of her proving unable to deliver Brexit with a hung Parliament and a divided cabinet.
Newspaper headlines: Brexit 'crisis' and Prince Harry's claim
- 22 June 2017
There is plenty of analysis of a Queen's Speech which, according to the Guardian, amounted to an "empty programme" from a government that lacks authority.
It was so short, says the Daily Mirror, that asking the Queen to delay Ascot to read it felt almost cruel. After all the red pen, Theresa May had barely enough left for a tweet.