Today's papers report on the controversial post-mortem cryogenic freezing of a British teenager who died of cancer. The president of the facility, in Michigan USA, has admitted that it is a 'coin toss' as to whether revivification can be successful.
It is also rumoured that the leaders of the 27 remaining EU nations have decided to force Britain into a 'hard Brexit' as the only way to prevent further member states breaking away.
Many papers are reporting on the continued success of former Labour MP Ed Balls in the hit BBC series Strictly Come Dancing. Last night the former Shadow Chancellor danced to the rock n' roll classic Great Balls of Fire in week nine of the show.
QUEEN WILL INVITE TRUMP TO WINDSOR
Donald Trump is to be invited to meet the Queen as the Government deploys its "secret weapon" to cement close ties with the new American president.
CHILD OF 7 SIGNED UP FOR BODY FREEZING
Children as young as seven are being signed up to be frozen after their death by the organisation at the centre of the controversy over cryonics.
BLAIR: PM IS A LIGHTWEIGHT AND CORBYN'S A NUTTER SO I'M BACK
Tony Blair is positioning himself to play a pivotal role in shaping Britain's Brexit by scouting out a power base in Westminster, The Sunday Times has learnt.
EUROPE'S LEADERS TO FORCE UK INTO A 'HARD BREXIT'
European leaders have come to a 27-nation consensus that a "hard Brexit" is likely to be the only way to see off future populist insurgencies, which could lead to the break-up of the European Union.
NORTHERN CITY LEADERS DEMAND ACTION TO REVERSE BRAIN DRAIN TO THE SOUTH
The Tory architect of George Osborne's "northern powerhouse" strategy and leaders of Britain's largest northern cities today demand that the Government acts to reverse a major brain drain to the south of England, as new figures show that 310,000 graduates have left the north in the past decade.
'TOO OLD? NEVER!' JUPPE'S HOME CITY RALLIES TO THE HERO IT HOPES WILL CHALLENGE LE PEN
At a brasserie in Saint Pierre, the historic heart of Bordeaux, Alain Juppe's supporters are settling down for an evening in front of the television.
ENGLAND STARS AT STRIP CLUB
England aces Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson visited a strip club on the night Wayne Rooney boozed until 5am.
PHIL YER BOOTS
Philip Hammond is drawing up a £5 billion plan to help "fire up" Britain ahead of Brexit.
SYRIA BODY BAG CRISIS
Rescuers in Aleppo ran out of body bags yesterday after a "catastrophic day" of bombing by the Syrian government.
TAX RAID ON MIDDLE-CLASS SALARY PERKS
Philip Hammond will this week announce a raid on job perks enjoyed by millions of middle earners, including health checks, gym memberships and mobile phone contracts.
HOPES OF UK-TRUMP TRADE DEAL
Ministers want to sign a "statement of intent" deal with Donald Trump within months to work on reducing trade barriers between the US and UK, The Sunday Telegraph understands.
CRYOGENICS BOSS: IT'S A DICE ROLL
The president of an American cryogenic facility where a British teenager has been frozen after death has admitted patients may wake up as "clones" with no memories.
TV CHEF: MY TEARS OVER BABY'S CANCER BATTLE
Celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli today reveals his agony at seeing his baby son battle cancer.
2.5% VAT CUT ON THE CARDS
PhilIip Hammond is to pave the way for a £12 billion VAT cut in his mini-budget on Wednesday.
RUSSIA TO ASK TRUMP FOR HELP BOMBING SYRIA
Russia is to ask Donald Trump to give it the OK to carry on bombing Syria.
FERGIE: I WANT £25m FOR FAKE SHEIKH STING
The Duchess of York has launched an astounding lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch, demanding more than £25 million over the cash-for-access sting that destroyed her reputation.
MAY CLIPS CHANCELLOR'S WINGS - AND ORDERS HIM TO START SPENDING
Prime Minister Theresa May has won a power struggle with Chancellor Philip Hammond by ordering him to take a 'hands off' approach to other Ministers and stop trying to emulate his predecessor George Osborne.
GREAT BALLS OF FIRE! COULD THE INCREDIBLE HAPPEN?
He has - to everyone's surprise - lit up Strictly Come Dancing like no-one else before. And last night Ed Balls excelled himself as he continued the extraordinary run that has seen him delight viewers - but defy the harsh verdicts of the judges to remain in the competition.
SCANDAL OF HS2 SNOOPS
Rail chiefs wanted to snoop into the private lives of anyone who complained about the Government's controversial HS2 project.
QUEEN IN DANGER OF LOSING THE GUARD AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE
The Queen's elite Foot Guards are facing the worst manpower crisis in their history.
FIERY ED, A TONIC FOR THE NATION
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has backed former shadow chancellor Ed Balls to make the final of the show because his routines are "hysterical".