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09:25  18 october  2019
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What the papers say – October 9

  What the papers say – October 9 The latest turmoil around Brexit dominates Wednesday’s newspapers.The Daily Telegraph laments that a Brexit deal is now “essentially impossible”.

— The Sun (@TheSun) October 17, 2018. The Daily Telegraph says Mrs May was playing for time as she called on EU leaders to show “courage” and come But The Guardian says the PM “irritated” the leaders by offering no new ideas to solve the Irish border question, instead highlighting the progress

What The Papers Say is a British radio and television, series. It consists of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – October 18 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – October 18 (PA)

Britain moving a step closer to a departure deal with the European Union nearly has a clean sweep of Friday’s front pages.

Pictures of Boris Johnson in Brussels take centre stage while the lingering Commons vote on the agreement makes headlines.

The Times says the “final hurdle” is “in sight”, and reports that Mr Johnson will spend the next 24 hours “frantically trying to sell it to MPs”.

The Daily Telegraph says Mr Johnson will give Parliament an ultimatum saying it is his deal or no deal.

The Guardian reports the deal will be subject to a “knife-edge vote” and reports it will be a numbers game in the Commons after the DUP said it would not support the government.

The Financial Times refers to Mr Johnson’s moves on Brexit as a “gamble”, while Metro says the Government will need Labour rebels to get it into law.

What the papers say – October 21

  What the papers say – October 21 Brexit divisions and a supposed royal split lead Monday’s papers.The Financial Times says Boris Johnson will today make a new attempt to win Parliament’s backing for his Brexit deal, with the paper predicting he will win the vote but the “result is on a knife edge”.

Brexit, harm online and child protection lead the Tuesday papers .

© Andrew Matthews What the papers say today (PA). Brexit continues to make headlines in Wednesday’s papers , while pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Pakistan also feature on the fronts. The Times writes that Prime Minister Boris Johnson may see Brexit delayed until the New

The i reports the “tricky part” is still to come with the looming Commons vote on Saturday, and the Independent says rebels “hold the key to a final say” on the proposals.

The Daily Mirror suggests we are in a similar territory to before, saying the country is “on the brink of Brexit… once again”.

Both The Sun and the Daily Mail lead with messages to “dithering” MPs to get behind the deal Mr Johnson has struck.

While the Daily Express says the British public backs the “historic Brexit deal”.

The Daily Star focuses on the Extinction Rebellion protests in London, reporting activists were on the end of a “beating by irate commuters”.

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