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Newspaper headlines: May ‘will fall without Brexit deal’ and anger over Trump

Image caption The Guardian reports on Donald Trump‘s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and his plans to move the US Embassy there from Tel Aviv. The paper also looks at the growing pressure Theresa May is facing to strike a deal over Brexit.
Image caption The Daily Telegraph says European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker fears Theresa May’s government could collapse next week if Brexit talks do not progress.
Image caption The i also focuses on Brexit, reporting on the talks and David Davis who says the government has not yet looked at Brexit’s impact on the economy.
Image caption City AM says city chiefs are losing patience with the deadlocked Brexit negotiations.
Image caption The Metro says a bar in Parliament has been shut down after a brawl. A 57-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of affray and causing grievous bodily harm, the paper reports.
Image caption The Daily Mail leads on comments from Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, who says Britons who have fought for so-called Islamic State should not be allowed home.
Image caption The Times says a shortage of medicines is forcing some cancer patients and those with severe mental health issues to be turned away from pharmacies.
Image caption The Mirror reports on the court appearance of a man who is accused of urging jihadists to attack Prince George at school.
Image caption The Financial Times says Britain’s biggest shopping centre owners are in talks to create a £21bn pan-European real estate giant.
Image caption The Daily Express says Storm Caroline is on its way with 90mph gusts.
Image caption The Sun reports that police were called to defuse a row over Simon Cowell’s cars and parking.
Image caption The Daily Star reports that TV presenter Ant McPartlin and wife Lisa will spend Christmas together.

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