A call for a pay freeze on Britain's six million public sector workers, to cover health and education, is the top story in The Observer.
The Sunday Times says two BBC bosses have racked up pensions worth more than £14m - the biggest in the public sector.
The Sunday Telegraph and Mail on Sunday claims the new head of MI6 has been left exposed after his wife put details of family holidays and friends on the social networking website Facebook.
The Sunday Telegraph also highlights a call by a senior Church of England bishop for gays to 'change and repent'.
The Independent on Sunday has an interview with an Indian doctor who describes her horrific ordeal when she was forced into getting married against her will.
The Sunday Mirror claims Michael Jackson will be buried without his brain and that he had a secret girlfriend named Grace.
The News of the World has pictures of the pop superstar with his ex' Debbie Rowe and their two children, saying it could 'destroy' claims she is a 'heartless surrogate'.
Metro says Metropolitan police have launched an investigation into a fire that ripped through a housing block in London, killing six people.
The Sun leads with the latest coverage on Big Brother housemate Sophie Reade.