What the papers say
Arsenal do not appear to be sweating over the prospect of losing Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, with interest coming in from clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester United and Chinese Super League clubs. According to the Mirror, the Gunners are confident they can convince the 27-year-old – who is in the last year of his current contract – to agree to a new deal at the Emirates.
Durham have signed ball-tampering Australian batsman Cameron Bancroft.
The Danish finance minister has echoed warnings that there is a 50% chance of the UK crashing out of the European Union without a deal.
Loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson has confirmed he was arrested.
Interserve has won a £105 million contract for two new facilities at Durham University.
Pep Guardiola described Raheem Sterling as “devastated” by a costly miss in Manchester City’s 1-1 Premier League draw at Burnley last season.
The best player in the world now belongs to “the strongest team in the world” after Juventus lured Cristiano Ronaldo to Turin – but should we believe the hype?
Chris Evans has revealed that Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts is the ninth celebrity to sign up for Strictly Come Dancing.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced that chief financial officer Ewen Stevenson will step down at the end of September.
One boy is in a critical condition and another is seriously ill after four teenagers were stabbed on a south London housing estate.
House of Fraser has apologised to customers after cancelling all orders placed online.
A dual carriageway was closed during the rush hour after several cows strayed onto the road and were hit by vehicles. Essex Police said on Twitter that people in the vehicles suffered “some minor injuries” on the A12 Witham bypass on Friday morning. Officers said the road would remain closed throughout rush hour.
Rescue workers have used helicopters and boats to evacuate hundreds of people stranded on rooftops following unprecedented flooding in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
Afghan president Ashraf Ghani is visiting the embattled city of Ghazni, a week after the Taliban in a surprise attack managed to infiltrate deep into the key provincial capital and capture several areas.
Milos Raonic and Pablo Carreno Busta progressed in the only third-round matches completed on a rain-hit day at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.
A derelict supermarket could be razed to the ground to make way for a new church.
A desperate plea has been made for volunteers to help shape the lives of troubled youngsters in the north-east.
Transport chiefs have been accused of “palming off” responsibility for major disruption caused by the 24-hour rail work in Aberdeen.
A north-east bus driver sacked for swearing during a row with a colleague has lost his legal challenge to claim unfair dismissal.
Doubts have been raised over the feasibility of a controversial tractor ban on the AWPR.