The Sunday papers report on Theresa May's attempts to woo young voters with a pledge to overhaul the tuition fees system.

Several papers write of the Prime Minister's plans ahead of the Conservative Party conference, with some stating her new policy moves represent her "battle for survival".

Elsewhere, former US president Barack Obama reportedly grilled Prince Harry on his relationship with the actress Meghan Markle.

 

The Sunday Times

QUEEN 'MISLED' BY BROKEN MAY

Buckingham Palace was left infuriated with Theresa May's behaviour after her general election disaster plunged the prime minister into a personal "crisis of confidence".

RESCUE FOR 100,000 TOURISTS AS MONARCH FACES COLLAPSE

Bosses at Monarch Airlines were given 24 hours to save the low-cost carrier yesterday as officials raced to put together a rescue plan for up to 100,000 holidaymakers who could be stranded overseas.

REVEALED: WAR PROSECUTOR'S LINK TO FRIEND OF THE GADAFFIS

A huge leak of documents has revealed that Luis Moreno Ocampo, the former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), passed sensitive information to a possible war crimes suspect who was secretly paying him for advice.

The ObserverMAY IN BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL AS TORIES SHARPEN KNIVES

An increasingly desperate Theresa May will try to shore up her flagging premiership today with a raft of new policies aimed at young voters, as another cabinet minister refused to endorse her staying in office until the next election.

SCOTLAND CALLS FOR HALT ON UNIVERSAL CREDIT

Ministers were under mounting pressure last night to slam the brakes on their radical welfare reform after the Scottish government called for a pause and their Northern Irish partners in parliament raised serious concerns.

CRAZE FOR ROYAL STYLE SEES THE BALLGOWN MOVE FROM RED CARPET TO HIGH STREET

A battle over ballgowns is coming to the high street. This year's must-have party dress features no sequins and no Lycra; instead intricate snowdrop embroidery on formal stiff jacquard is embellished with a traditional grosgrain bow and falls from a gathered waist into a voluminous ankle-length tiered skirt.

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The Sun

RITA TURNED X FACTOR JAMES INTO SEX ADDICT

Singer James Arthur says his secret fling with Rita Ora led to a wild sex addiction.

TALKIN' BOUT MY GENERATION

Theresa May will launch a massive pitch for young voters today with help for skint students and first time home-buyers.

COLD MEET

Cold Feet's John Thomson is looking for love on hook-up app Bumble.

The Sunday TelegraphMAY'S FEES REVOLUTION TO WIN OVER STUDENTS

Theresa May today pledges to overhaul the tuition fees system and spend £10 billion helping first-time buyers in an effort to win over young voters.

UK TO IGNORE SOME EU RULES IN TRANSITION

Britain could ignore some new EU rules and regulations during the Brexit transition phase, Theresa May has told this newspaper in a boost to Eurosceptics.

PASSENGERS' PLANS UP IN THE AIR AS MONARCH AIRLINES FACES FIGHT FOR FUTURE

Thousands of holidaymakers faced uncertainty last night as the UK's fifth largest airline was locked in emergency talks over its future.

The Sunday MirrorPRO-LIFE TORY PROFITS FROM ABORTION PILLS

Outspoken anti-abortion MP Jacob Rees-Mogg is profiting from a firm which makes a drug used to end pregnancies.

HARRY'S BARACK BANTER

Barack Obama couldn't resist asking Prince Harry about his love life as they met at the Invictus Games.

I WAS CHIZZY'S SACRIFICE. HER CAREER CAME FIRST, BEFORE ANYTHING... BEFORE ME

Strictly Come Dancing star Chizzy Akudolu's secret ex-husband today reveals how she "sacrificed" their marriage in her quest to find fame.

Daily Mail

PM GAMBLES ON TUITION FEE U-TURN TO HEAD OFF TORY COUP

Theresa May has performed a huge U-turn on university tuition fees in an attempt to avert any coup against her at this week's Tory Party Conference.

BRITAIN'S POSHEST HEDGE WAR

As they built up their multibillion-pound property empire, the Candy brothers made their fair share of enemies.

NOW SCHOOLS ARE DITCHING AD AND BC IN BID TO BE PC

Schools across the country have stopped using the terms BC and AD in religious education lessons for fear of offending non-Christians.

Sunday ExpressTHAT'S MORE LIKE IT MRS MAY

Theresa May launched a policy blitz aimed at young voters last night, including a freeze on tuition fees and £10billion to help first-time home buyers.

PILL THAT CAN HALT ARTHRITIS DAMAGE

A daily pill which halts the disabling bone loss caused by osteoarthritis is being hailed as a new dawn in the treatment of the disease.

HARRY'S GOING FROM BROODING TO BROODY

Prince Harry was looking broody ahead of the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games last night.

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