The BBC's legal affairs correspondent on the ins and outs of the government's Supreme Court appeal.
Sunday's papers feature stories on Jose Mourinho's tax, Brexit and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
The boss of Barclaycard says the plastic credit card is being replaced with new technology, so soon we will need nothing to make a payment.
Nicola Sturgeon will visit the mosque that was attended by murdered Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah later.
A new law making it illegal to smoke in a car with anyone under the age of 18 will come into force in Scotland from midnight.
A drug that dramatically reduces the risk of being infected with HIV will now be given to patients by the NHS in England.
An artist who uses dirty vehicles as a canvas joins in the search effort for a missing RAF serviceman.
The tax affairs of football manager Jose Mourinho should be investigated by UK officials, an MP says.
England equal their record of 14 consecutive Test victories with a fourth win in a row against Australia at Twickenham.
Prince Harry explores the Iwokrama rainforest on the penultimate day of his Caribbean tour.
The Church of England joined the "middle-class bandwagon" in its response to Brexit, a bishop says.
A 14-year-old girl dies after being seriously injured when a car overturned and ended up submerged in a burn in Aberdeenshire.
A family who were evacuated from their home when a sinkhole opened up outside have finally returned 14 months later.
Chelsea FC apologise "profusely" to former youth team player Gary Johnson over sex abuse he suffered in 1970s
Labour will seek to amend any legislation on the Article 50 process to withdraw from the EU, Jeremy Corbyn reiterates.
A number of Hindu temples have banned new £5 notes after it emerged they contain animal fat.
A three-year old girl who helped save her mother's life has been praised by emergency services for her quick thinking.
A serving Metropolitan police officer is charged with attempted rape.
Manchester City footballer Yaya Toure is charged with drink driving, police confirm.
A couple who refused to switch off their baby's life support after her twin sister died prepare for her first Christmas.