Boris Johnson's demand for a snap election is on many of the front pages.
It is Brexit and Boris Johnson’s chances at this week’s EU forum that lead the papers.
Aside from Brexit, the papers cover vaccinations, clean air and the return of Richard Ratcliffe's daughter from Iran.
The majority of Friday's newspapers splash on the "positive" talks between Johnson and Varadkar.
Allegations of sexual misbehaviour made against the prime minister and possible compulsory vaccinations dominate front pages today.
No dominant theme for the newspaper leads on Saturday.
Friday's newspapers are split between the latest Donald Trump claims and the fallout from Brexit.
Boris Johnson comes under fire in many of today's newspapers.
It was a slap in the face for democracy, cry some, while others argue the PM's days should be numbered.
The front pages range from dangerous international war of words, colourful political jibes and positive health stories.