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Newspaper headlines: ‘May’s transition gambit draws fire’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Theresa May has found herself isolated from Tory MPs and her cabinet after she confirmed she was prepared to consider extending the transition period for the UK leaving the…

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Newspaper headlines: ‘Brextra time!” and ‘sex care scandal’

By BBC News Staff Image caption “Another year in Brexit limbo?” is the headline in the Daily Mail. It comes after a senior EU diplomat said Theresa May was ready to consider a plan to…


Newspaper headlines: ‘No-deal Brexit could lead to £36bn bill’

By BBC News Staff Image caption The chancellor has warned the UK will have to pay the EU £36bn if it fails to agree a trade deal, the Daily Telegraph reports. The paper says Philip…


Newspaper headlines: Call for Bercow to quit and Meghan baby news

By BBC News Staff Image caption A “damning” inquiry into the “toxic” work culture in the House of Commons is the front page story in the i. The paper says “disturbing” cases were covered up…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Brexit impasse’ and a ‘tussle in Brussels’

By BBC News Staff Image caption The UK and the EU have reached a “Brexit impasse”, according to the Financial Times, which says the Irish backstop “remains a sticking point” in the negotiations. The paper…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Cabinet mutiny’ and DUP pressure on May

By BBC News Staff Image caption Theresa May is facing a “cabinet mutiny”, according to the Sunday Times. The paper says former Brexit Secretary David Davis is calling for ministers to rebel against the PM…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Fergie time’ in Windsor and ‘that kiss’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Princess Eugenie married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle on Friday and a picture of them outside St George’s Chapel dominates the Daily Mail’s front page. While…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Tax cut’ confusion and a ‘welfare revolt’

By BBC News Staff Image caption The i paper says the government is facing a “revolt” from its own MPs over its flagship benefits reform programme, universal credit. Cabinet minister Esther McVey said some claimants…


Newspaper headlines: Ethnic pay gap, and DUP’s Brexit threat

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Times reports on plans by ministers to force employers in both the public and private sector to reveal their ethnicity pay gap. The proposals will oblige bosses to…


Newspaper headlines: Mental health checks for primary pupils

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Daily Mail reports that pupils in both primary and secondary schools will receive routine mental health checks, as part of a £1.9bn plan for mental health services in…


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