The so-called Big Four supermarkets have slumped to the bottom of an annual ranking after disappointing customers with the quality of their food and ability to keep up with online rivals.
A variety of stories lead the papers on Friday, with Brexit and political divisions making headlines, as well as the murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail.
A new decision by NHS Scotland has meant that people with a rare form of cancer have the chance to forego radiotherapy in favour of tablets.
New research from the charity Versus Arthritis has revealed the true affect of the condition on patients' relationships.
Fresh Brexit talks have been scheduled for early next week as Theresa May heads towards another Commons showdown on her EU withdrawal stance.
Teeth-whitening products available over the counter could potentially be damaging teeth, new research suggests.
A new collection of images from around the world demonstrates different cultural traditions for welcoming babies and protecting new mothers.
Chuka Umunna seems the “obvious” candidate to lead The Independent Group (TIG) in the Commons, former Tory MP Heidi Allen has indicated.
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum have written to the Home Secretary asking for his help to bring her newborn son to Britain.
One in 13 young people in the UK experiences post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) before the age of 18, the first study of its kind suggests.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay’s Brussels talks have been hailed by the Government as “productive” after European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker delivered a pessimistic take on the EU withdrawal situation.
The SDLP and Fianna Fail have issued a joint statement urging pro-remain parties across Ireland to form an alliance.
The Duchess of Sussex did not open her baby shower gifts in front of her celebrity friends as she wanted to share the moment with Harry, a guest has revealed.
A company is being prosecuted after a woman was killed by a piece of timber during Storm Doris.
A wrecking spree at a brewery occupied by a 100-strong group of Travellers brought an “unpleasant end” to 200 years of production at the site, a judge has said.
A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a policeman was stabbed in the back near a children’s playground in a drugs-related incident.
The mother of a three-year-old boy allegedly crushed by a car seat is facing years behind bars for child cruelty.
A no-deal Brexit threatens to push Ireland into a budgetary deficit, Ireland’s deputy premier has warned.
A murder investigation is under way after a 16-year-old boy became the second teenager in a week to be stabbed to death in Birmingham.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said the Labour leadership is ready to address issues which have led eight of the party’s MPs to switch to the new Independent Group in Parliament.
A dangerous driver has been jailed for nine years for killing a Police Community Support Officer during a 105mph chase after smoking cocaine.
The Prince of Wales has praised the bravery of competitors of a unique speaking competition as he celebrated his 30-year involvement with the event.
The mother of a three-year-old boy allegedly crushed by a car seat has been found guilty of child cruelty.
Theresa May could be propped up by the Independent Group if she agrees to a second Brexit referendum, one of the breakaway MPs said.
A factory worker climbed a tower of the M48 Severn Bridge in an attempt to fly his drone from it, a court heard.
A man labelled “a danger to women”, who has admitted murdering his partner, had killed a previous lover more than 20 years ago, it has emerged.
Ireland’s main opposition party has called for more robust regulations after a drone sighting caused the suspension of flights at Dublin Airport.
Passengers caught up in delays at Dublin Airport say they were relieved when flights resumed after only a 30-minute suspension.
Almost 60% of children aged one to four did not see an NHS dentist last year, figures show.
Rural churches no longer have to hold a weekly Sunday service after the Church of England voted to a change to canon law.
Children discovered dinosaur bones and Roman sculptures by torchlight as Cambridge’s museums opened their doors after dark during half-term.
Patients are facing long waits for operations to be rescheduled after hospitals cancel them at the last minute, figures show.