Saturday's national newspaper front pages


:: The Times

Government lawyers believe the UK can leave the European Union without paying a multi-billion pound "divorce settlement".

:: Daily Express

A House of Lords inquiry has concluded Britain could walk away from the EU without having to pay a penny.

:: Financial Times

Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to reveal a sharp rise in this year's economic forecasts in Wednesday's Budget.

:: The Daily Telegraph

Companies that use confusing and misleading small print will face a government crackdown as part of new measures in the Budget.

:: The Guardian

Some couriers face being charged £150 per day if they cannot find cover when they become ill.

:: i

UKIP donor Arron Banks has claimed party leader Paul Nuttall is weak.

:: Daily Mail

A judge has granted parents a month to prove their seriously ill baby can be kept alive against doctors' wishes.

:: Daily Star

Sir Rod Stewart has apologised for acting out a mock execution in the Abu Dhabi desert.

:: Daily Mirror

Friends of entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth say the NHS saved his life after he was in intensive care.

:: The Sun

Burglars raided John Terry's mansion while the Chelsea football star was on a family skiing holiday.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Saturday night's reviewers will be the director of Class, Faiza Shaheen, and Michael Binyon, foreign affairs writer at The Times.