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05:45  22 march  2019
05:45  22 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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© Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – March 22 (PA). The Times says Mrs May has been given “one last chance” after EU leaders granted her a “three-week lifeline” to come up with an alternative plan if her Brexit blueprint is voted down by MPs.

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Brexit features on many of the front pages at the end of the working week, after Theresa May was granted an extension to Britain’s departure from the European Union.

The Times says Mrs May has been given “one last chance” after EU leaders granted her a “three-week lifeline” to come up with an alternative plan if her Brexit blueprint is voted down by MPs.

The Daily Telegraph focuses on the reaction within the Conservative party to Mrs May’s handling of Britain’s departure, with Sir Graham Brady reportedly telling her MPs think she should step down.

The Guardian says that Mrs May’s appeal to EU leaders “falls flat” after she requested an extension until June 30.

The Financial Times says Mrs May is facing a “national emergency”, employing the words of the Trades Union Congress and the Confederation of British Industry.

The Metro opts not to lead on events in Brussels and instead writes about a “Brexit bunker” at the Ministry of Defence which has been prepared in case of a no deal.

The i says the EU has delayed Brexit until April 12, with the chief whip said to be despairing over Mrs May’s address to the nation in which she turned the blame on MPs.

The Independent questions whether Mrs May could claim to have taken back control after deadlines were imposed on Britain by EU leaders.

The Daily Mirror leads on the discovery of the body of missing student Libby Squire.

The Sun reports on the forthcoming release of former footballer Adam Johnson.

The Daily Mail carries a simple headline: “Brexit is delayed”.

The Daily Express writes that “emergency preparations for a no-deal Brexit are being “dramatically intensified”.

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