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US NewsWhat the papers say – March 15

08:35  15 march  2019
08:35  15 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – March 6

What the papers say – March 6 Knife crime and Brexit lead the papers.

Meanwhile nearly all the papers carry images of Prof Hawking, whose death aged 76 on Wednesday saw an outpouring of tributes from around the world. "Cold War II" reads the headline on the Daily Mirror's front page, the paper saying Britain is braced for Russian president Vladimir Putin to take

What The Papers Say was a British radio, and formerly television, series. It consisted of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors.

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Brexit features prominently on the front pages once again on Friday after MPs voted to delay Britain’s departure from the EU.

The Daily Telegraph runs with the headline: “One last roll of the dice”, and reports that pressure is being put on the DUP and Conservative Brexiteers to fall in behind Theresa May’s deal to avoid the risk of Article 50 having to be extended by up to two years.

The Guardian says another day of divisive votes exposed splits in the Prime Minister’s Cabinet, while Mrs May is now expected to bring her twice-defeated deal back to Parliament on Tuesday.

What the papers say – March 11

What the papers say – March 11 Brexit and the Ethiopia plane crash lead the papers.

Mar 15 th 2018 10:16PM. A joint statement by the leaders of Britain, the US, Germany and France blaming Russia for the Salisbury poison attack leads many papers on Friday. The four allies said it was "an assault on UK sovereignty" and a breach of international law that "threatens the security of us all".

Wednesday The Sun says David Pleat is ready to axe Dean Richards, the Express reports Fredi Kanoute is targeting a top four place, while the Tuesday The Independent says that Leeds keeper Paul Robinson will sign for Spurs at the end of the season, the Guardian links us with a move for

The PM must now ask Brussels for extra time to complete the necessary legislation, while EU leaders could demand Britain hold a second referendum as a condition for a longer extension, The Times reports.

Next week’s third vote could be foiled by hardline Brexiteers, according to the i, while the Daily Express brands MPs as “failures” and says the Brexit delay comes after “the most wretched 994 days of obfuscation and chaotic in-fighting”.

Meanwhile, The Metro says the PM secured precious breathing space for her Brexit deal, while the Financial Times reports that the vote for a delay boosts her hand in pushing through her plan.

In other news, The Sun reports that One Direction star Louis Tomlinson’s sister Felicite has died after a suspected heart attack.

The Daily Mail leads on former Liberal leader Lord David Steel being suspended from the Liberal Democrats.

Knife crime makes the front of the Daily Mirror, which says more than a third of criminals repeatedly charged with carrying blades are avoiding jail.

And the Daily Star reports that a TV star is on the hunt for a stranger to have a baby with.

What the papers say – March 22.
Brexit continues to make headlines.

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