Newspaper review: Moors Murder mother 'final victim'
The Sunday Express carries a photo of Winnie Johnson holding a picture of her son, Moors Murder victim Keith Bennett.
She died without knowing where he was buried, taunted to her grave by Ian Brady's psychological games, it says.
The Sun on Sunday prints what it says was Mrs Johnson's "final deathbed interview". She apparently told the paper that if she ever saw Brady she would "stab him from top to bottom".Planning backlash
Chancellor George Osborne is facing a mass revolt of Tory and Liberal Democrat MPs because of soaring rail fares, according to the Observer.
It says Mr Osborne will be pressured to perform "yet another U-turn" amid warnings that increases will destroy coalition support from commuters.
There could be more rebellion.
The Mail on Sunday is among papers to report that the PM is facing a backlash from Tory MPs unhappy about moves to ease planning laws to boost the economy.Cold water
The same paper says Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has "lashed out" at BBC News economics editor Stephanie Flanders.
He accuses her of "pouring cold water" on improved employment figures released on Wednesday and of "peeing all over British business".
The BBC tells the paper the coverage was fair and balanced.
It says she echoed questions raised by experts and says he was asked about the figures on several BBC outlets.Leaving speech
Finally, the Sunday Telegraph tells how staff at a pub in Baldock, Herts, found notes for a wedding speech written by the father-of-the-bride which had been left behind by a customer.
Using clues in the text, and helped by people on Twitter and Facebook, they found him and reunited him with his speech hours before the ceremony.
The relief was short-lived however.
He went on to leave the notes behind yet again at his daughter's house and ended up having to improvise anyway.