Today's front pages
Papers highlight Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon's meeting – together with a controversial headline
The Daily Mail leads on yesterday's meeting between Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon, with a discussion about who has the better legs criticism on Twitter.
The Times runs with a story on civilians being able to apply for police chief jobs, alongside a photo of Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, who will today be questioned over links to Russia.
The Daily Mirror continues its coverage of the Westminster attack with details on how it happened.
Ahead of Article 50 being triggered tomorrow, The Guardian and the Daily Telegraph lead on the various sides putting pressure on the Prime Minister.
Front pages for the Independent and the i feature photos of May and Sturgeon at their tense meeting, which the i dubbed: "The Great British Stand-off".
The Sun has investigated utility price comparison service uSwitch and claims customers are being misled.
The Daily Express splashes on Iain Duncan Smith's claim that the EU owes the UK money.