This weekend's newspapers are packed with stories from new details on the dramatic burglary attempt at Buckingham Palace to the sex life Arsenal's latest signing. Here's how the Press Association sees the world through the papers.
MINISTERS TO AXE FAILING BBC TRUST
The BBC Trust is facing the axe after the outbreak of "civil war" between its chairman, Lord Patten, and Mark Thompson, the former director-general, over excessive pay-offs to senior executives.
LOOK, IS THAT THE PALACE BURGLAR I SEE?
A suspected burglar who broke into Buckingham Palace is believed to have been targeting the priceless jewels on display to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation.
LABOUR AT WAR OVER UNION 'COVER-UP'
Labour was plunged into crisis yesterday amid toxic allegations of a cover-up over vote rigging in Falkirk.
PALACE BREAK-IN: TERRORIST WARNING
Scotland Yard was facing a major inquiry last night into the worst security breach at Buckingham Palace in 30 years.
NO ATTACK ON SYRIA, NO MATTER WHAT, SAY VOTERS
British voters oppose any military attack on Syria, even if it is proved beyond doubt that President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own people, an opinion poll reveals today.
'MR UNELECTABLE' IN LANDSLIDE WIN
Tony Abbot, Australia's conservative leader, confounded his numerous critics yesterday by leading the opposition to a sweeping election victory and ending six years of Labour Party rule.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
MOTHERS WILL DECIDE THE NEXT ELECTION
Everything Labour does between now and the 2015 election must be seen through the eyes of "Aldi Mum", one of the party's leading women said yesterday.
GOSPORT HOSPITAL DEATHS TO GET PUBLIC INQUIRY AT LAST
An independent inquiry into the deaths of dozens of elderly patients given "life-shortening" powerful painkillers at a Hampshire hospital will be announced by ministers within weeks.
MILIBAND'S UNION ATTACK ILL-INFORMED - BUT HE'S NOT SORRY
The row threatening Ed Miliband's relationship with the unions was triggered by complaints from just two families recruited to the Falkirk Labour Party.
TOP LIB DEM TO STEP DOWN IN DESPAIR AT CLEGG POLICIES
The prominent Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Teather - who shot to fame when she became the youngest member of parliament a decade ago - announces today that she is to quit the House of Commons because she no longer feels that Nick Clegg's party fights sufficiently for social justice and liberal values on immigration.
OBAMA ENVOY INSISTS SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH UK INTACT
The American ambassador to Britain has issued a strong defence of the "special relationship", denying it has been damaged by a vote in the Commons against the UK's participation in a military strike on Syria.
MILIBAND SET FOR TUC SHOWDOWN OVER LABOUR'S UNION LINKS
Ed Miliband is heading for his biggest confrontation yet with union leaders after vowing to press ahead this week with plans that will reduce their influence in the Labour party - despite the super-union Unite being officially cleared over allegations of vote-rigging in a parliamentary selection.
PRINCE ANDREW HELD AT GUNPOINT
Armed police pointed guns at Prince Andrew and ordered him: "Get on the ground!" after they mistook him for an intruder in the Buckingham Palace garden.
SYRIA SENDS JETS TO TAUNT CYPRUS
Tensions soared when two RAF Typhoon jets were scrambled after reports that Syrian ground attack fighters had entered Cypriot airspace.
A MILLION PATIENTS WAIT FOUR HOURS FOR A&E TREATMENT
Overwhelmed accident and emergency departments have suffered the worst summer in a decade, new figures show.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
UK SENT POISON GAS CHEMICALS TO ASSAD
British companies sold chemicals to Syria that could have been used to produce the deadly nerve agent that killed 1,400 people, The Mail on Sunday can reveal today.
HOW MOD 'LOST' £1.5BN OF YOUR MONEY...IN TWO YEARS
Buying the wrong bombs, mislaying anti-aircraft missile systems and gifting Germany a property portfolio have led the Ministry of Defence to rack up losses of £1.58billion in the past two years, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
QUEEN DITCHES HARRIS PORTRAIT
There have been more than 130 official portraits of the Queen since she ascended the throne - many by artists as eminent as Lucian Freud and Dame Laura Knight.
CORRIE KEN'S STAR WITNESSES
Corrie veteran Bill Roache wants to call co-stars Helen Flanagan and Anne Kirkbride as character witnesses in his sex abuse trial.
'BILL'S CO-STARS ARE AS SHOCKED AS HE IS ABOUT THESE CLAIMS'
Corrie star Bill Roache hopes several Street stars will be ready to stand up for him at his trial, a soap source has revealed.
TORTURED: BULLYING IN ARMED FORCES
A teenage soldier is pinned to a bed with his trousers pulled down - as comrades torture him for refusing to go out drinking.
SUN ON SUNDAY
LET ME SEE BABY BEFORE I DIE, ADELE
The estranged dad of pop superstar Adele has made a last-ditch plea to her: "Let me see your baby before I die of cancer."
RED LION PLOT TO CRIPPLE BRITAIN
Britain's biggest union has drawn up a secret masterplan to drag the country to its knees with a wave of strikes.
CHOW ABOUT IT, JEM
Womaniser Russell Brand has taken heiress Jemima Khan on a secret date - for a cut-price dinner at a budget Vietnamese restaurant.
RAF JETS IN SHOWDOWN WITH SYRIA
RAF Typhoon fighters won a mid-air showdown with two Syrian warplanes heading towards Britain's main base in Cyprus, the Sunday People can reveal.
STRICTLY BUM DANCING
Stunning Wag Abbey Clancy could be in hot water with Strictly bosses after a revealing shot of her in a tiny thong was posted online last night.
GARETH HIRES HIS OWN FIVE BALEYS
Football superstar Gareth Bale's postman best friend is moving to Spain with the £86million player to be his all-expenses-paid minder.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
I'VE GOT MY LIFE BACK IN ORDER
Bruce Jones last night said he'd beaten his demons - thanks to Celebrity Big Brother.
SEX-MAD OZIL HAS SCORED LOADS OF WINNERS
New Arsenal star Mesut Ozil will have no trouble adapting to a new country - he flew from Spain to Italy nearly every week to tackle a former Miss Venezuela.
PLAYING DIANA REDUCED ME TO TEARS
Naomi Watts has told how playing Princess Diana in a new film about her life was so tough she regularly wept on set.