What the papers say – March 2
An assortment of stories can be found on Saturday’s front pages.
Murder charges are expected to be brought against a number of Army veterans over the deaths of Bloody Sunday protesters within a fortnight, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is facing calls to resign over a fiasco that saw £33 million paid to settle a legal row over no-deal Brexit planning, The Guardian reports.
The Daily Mail says it has obtained figures that suggest criminal suspects are continuing to commit offences despite being under police investigation.
The Daily Mirror leads with an image of flowers being laid at the graves of the late wife and son of Salisbury nerve agent victim Sergei Skripal.
Holiday firms are offering “unprecedented” discounts on Easter holidays after Brexit uncertainty caused a slump in sales, The Times reports.
The Financial Times says MPs are demanding that the Prime Minister cracks down on opaque commercial practices in Crown dependencies like the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey.
The story of a young disease-sufferer once pictured with the Duke of Sussex leads the Daily Express.