Philip Hammond and Liam Fox will announce today that Britain will completely leave the EU after 2019, says the Sunday Telegraph, while Theresa May will make a public plea to Tories to save her job, according to The Mail on Sunday..
Elsewhere, it is noted that learner drivers will soon be allowed to undertake lessons on motorways, while the 'health gap' between rich and poor is growing, according to new figures.
In other news, it is reported that two-thirds of Britain do not believe Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall should become Queen.
SCHOOLS FEAR CHAOS OVER 'TOUGH' A-LEVELS
The marks required to secure top grades in the first tougher new GCSE and A-level examinations have been lowered to avert a dramatic fall in results this summer, the Sunday Times can reveal.
POLICE SLAM UBER OVER SEX ATTACK DRIVERS
Uber has been accused by police of failing to report sex attacks and other "serious crimes" committed by its drivers, and of obstructing officers trying to investigate them.
TOFF TORY REES-MOGG TOYS WITH LEADERSHIP
Jacob Rees-Mogg is "sounding out" friends about whether he should enter the race to succeed Theresa May. The Old Etonian, who previously said he did not see himself as a "serious" candidate, is giving "careful consideration" to his political career, friends say.
DAVID MILIBAND: WE NEED A SECOND VOTE ON BREXIT DEAL
David Miliband makes a dramatic entry into the debate about Britain's exit from the EU today with an impassioned call for politicians from all parties to work together to avoid the Tory high command driving the country "off a cliff".
HEALTH INEQUALITY GAP IS GROWING
The health gap between rich and poor is growing in England, according to shocking figures compiled by the Department of Health.
WHY A GLOBAL OBSESSION WITH HARRY POTTER (AND FRIENDS) IS BAD NEWS FOR ASIA'S OWLS
The Harry Potter phenomenon has broken publishing and cinema box-office records and spawned a series of lucrative theme parks.
I WILL DESTROY YOU, AMIR
Boxer Amir Khan's estranged wife threatened to "destroy him" as their marriage collapsed.
CAN'T REMOAN IN MY CABINET
Theresa May has been urged to clear out the Brexit-bashers in a mini-reshuffle.
KIRSTY DRINK DRIVE ARREST
Telly presenter Kirsty Gallacher was yesterday arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.
BRITAIN WILL NOT STAY IN EU BY THE BACK DOOR, PLEDGES CABINET
Britain will leave the single market and customs union entirely after Brexit in 2019, and will not stay in the European Union by the "back door", Philip Hammond and Liam Fox declare today.
TAXMAN HOUNDS A MILLION INNOCENT WORKERS
Tax inspectors have been trying to fine up to one million innocent people hundreds of pounds each for late tax returns, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.
GROOMING TREND MAKES DOGS WANT TO CURL UP AND DYE
It's a dog's life to be the butt of their owner's jokes.
MEL B COURT BATTLE BOMBSHELL
Mel B's ex-nanny has revealed the full extent of her bizarre relationship with the star and her husband.
L ON M
Learner drivers will be allowed to have lessons on motorways in a bid to improve road safety.
MY BREAST PERFORMANCE
The topless woman who photo-boobed the BBC News at Ten can be revealed as True Blood star Anna Paquin.
THERESA'S MEA CULPA
Theresa May will try to head off a threat to sack her as Prime Minister by making a public plea to Tory supporters to give her another chance.
It was set to reveal an intriguing new insight into the tragic romance between Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed on the 20th anniversary of their deaths.
BRITAIN'S MOST PC PC FACES RIDICULE FOR WAR ON 'SEXIST' SHOP SIGNS
A police force was facing ridicule last night after a high-profile hate-crime officer warned High Street stores that 'feminine care' signs on women's sanitary products breached gender equality rules.
NATION SAYS NO TO QUEEN CAMILLA
Two thirds of the British people do not think Camilla should be Queen, revealing the damage done by coverage of the anniversary of Princess Diana's death.
MPs SHOCKED BY ABUSE FROM PUBLIC
MPs will debate the intimidation, bullying and harassment they suffered during the general election campaign as part of a crackdown led by the Leader of the Commons, Andrea Leadsom.
Five years after the last hangings took place in the UK, MPs voted to abolish capital punishment for murder – but not for four other crimes.
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