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Newspaper headlines: Labour on EU vote and ‘snap election plot’

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Observer leads with its interview with Labour deputy leader Tom Watson, who said the party should be ready to back another Brexit vote if party members want one….

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Newspaper headlines: ‘Defiant’ May gives Brexit ‘ultimatum’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Theresa May’s statement at Downing Street on Friday, calling for the EU to treat the UK with more respect in the Brexit negotiations, leads most of Saturday’s papers. The…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Your Brexit’s broken’ and ‘May humiliated’

By BBC News Staff Image caption There’s only one story in town for most papers on Friday: the rejection of Theresa May’s so-called Chequers plan by the EU. “Your Brexit’s broken” is the Mirror’s headline….


Newspaper headlines: ‘Off the Rails’ and May’s warning to EU

By BBC News Staff Image caption “Rail failings exposed by chaos over timetables” is the headline on the front page of the Times, which leads on a review of Britain’s railways. The report found that…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Russian model’s terror’ in Salisbury and dementia pollution link

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Daily Mail says a major study has suggested that air pollution could be responsible for 60,000 cases of dementia in the UK. It reports that scientists found people…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Warning of ‘darkest hour’ ahead over Brexit

By BBC News Staff Image caption Brexit continues to feature on the front pages, with the Financial Times reporting that Philip Hammond has backed an IMF warning about leaving the EU without a deal. It…


Newspaper headlines: Boris says Irish border Brexit plan ‘a disaster’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Former foreign secretary and current Daily Telegraph columnist Boris Johnson has repeated his vituperative criticism of Theresa May’s plan to resolve the Irish border problem post-Brexit. Writing in Monday’s…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Brexit vote needed’ and Ruth Davidson’s teenage self-harm

By BBC News Staff Image caption Sadiq Khan has called for a second referendum on Britain leaving the EU, the Observer reports. Writing in the paper, the mayor of London said the country only had…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Former Labour leader Foot was KGB agent’

By BBC News Staff Image caption British intelligence services believed former Labour leader Michael Foot had been a KGB informant at the height of the Cold War, the Times reports. A book by Times columnist…


Newspaper headlines: Russia’s ‘insult’ and Carney’s warning

By BBC News Staff Image caption Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov – the pair who the UK claim poisoned Sergei and Yulia Skripal – feature on many of Friday’s front pages after they were interviewed…


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