Most of the Saturday editions of today's newspapers carry the story of how Britain was plunged into darkness after a National Grid failure.
The weekend edition of the I leads on power cut chaos after much of Britain was plunged into darkness by a National Grid failure.
Ofgem is now demanding a report into how the blackout happened.
The Telegraph takes the same top line, leading on the blackout across homes in the UK.
The Independent reports calls from Ofgem for a report into how the power cut happened.
The Guardian leads with a crisis in front line recruitment for the Army, saying hiring for roles has all but collapsed.
The Daily Mail leads on an investigation into a tycoon's £100,000 deal with members of the Royal family to give advice and contacts to a Hong Kong businessman.
The Times leads on a new fund to "bailout" businesses affected by Brexit.
The Financial Times looks at the reverse of Britain's economy after new government figures showed it is in decline.