Saturday's national newspaper front pages

WHAT'S IN THE PAPERS?

:: Daily Telegraph

The Tories are no longer seen as a low taxation party after the Chancellor's National Insurance hike for the self-employed, according to a Telegraph poll

:: Daily Mirror

Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, says the dead royal talks to him in his dreams.

:: Daily Mail

Families could be forced to take out expensive short-term loans to pay new probate fees when a family member dies.

:: The Guardian

Bernie Sanders, who lost out in the race to be the Democratic presidential nominee, tells the Guardian that President Trump is a pathological liar.

:: The Times

Grammar schools will be forced to offer lower entrance standards to poorer children to try to end accusations they favour the middle class.

:: Financial Times, The i

EU leaders are preparing for Theresa May to formally give notice of Brexit by triggering Article 50 as early as Tuesday.

:: Daily Star

OJ Simpson is being lined up to appear in Celebrity Big Brother.

:: Daily Express

The Express warns a surge in migrants coming to Europe could cause chaos at Britain's borders.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Saturday night's reviewers will be Times columnist Matthew Syed and writer Christina Patterson.