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08:40  21 october  2019
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What the papers say – October 18

  What the papers say – October 18 The deal struck in Brussels leads many of Friday’s fronts.Pictures of Boris Johnson in Brussels take centre stage while the lingering Commons vote on the agreement makes headlines.

21 October 2018 at 3:09am. What the papers say – October 21 . Brexit tensions reaching boiling point make headlines across many of the Sunday papers . Conservative MP Johnny Mercer has written in The Sunday Times calling for fellow Tories to oust Theresa May, accusing her of an “abject failure

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

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The front pages are dominated by Brexit machinations and “Bad Blood Brothers” in the royal family.

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”.

Metro reports that the PM believes he has the numbers to get his agreement approved

State of emergency declared in Chile as demonstrations over transit costs turn violent

  State of emergency declared in Chile as demonstrations over transit costs turn violent Troops roamed the streets of Santiago, Chile after long protests turned violent Saturday, resulting in more than 150 injured police officers and more than 300 arrests, NBC News reported. Chilean President Sebastián Piñera declared a state of emergency in the capital Friday night in an effort to limit the demonstrations across the city as protesters clashed with police officers and law enforcement launched tear gas.

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— The Sunday Times (@thesundaytimes) October 20, 2018. The Mail on Sunday reports that the PM has been told she has one chance left to save her leadership, but needs to persuade Tory MPs she is right for the job at a meeting of the 1922 backbench committee on Wednesday.

But the Daily Express says Labour has a “New plot to hijack Brexit” as it plans to call for a public vote, which the Daily Mail and The Times also cover with accusations from Downing Street.

Attacks, however, may be coming for the PM on all sides, with The Daily Telegraph warning that a “Rebel alliance of MPs” including former Tory Cabinet Minister Sir Oliver Letwin is threatening to derail the withdrawal agreement.

What the papers say – October 22

  What the papers say – October 22 The front pages are dominated by the Prime Minister’s chances of achieving approval in the Commons for his Brexit deal.The Guardian notes the PM is seeking to win “two crucial votes” in today’s vote, with the i saying MPs are upset at having to vote for a “blind Brexit” which does not include the economic effects of leaving the bloc.

Monday October 21 . Reports and reaction from our excellent 3-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers at the Lane on Sunday. As well as Glenn's reaction, a few of the papers quote Robbie Keane, who netted two against Bolton to add to his Spurs opener at Ewood Park last time out against Blackburn.

Oct 21 st 2018 8:26PM. At the opening of a critical week for the Prime Minister and her Brexit plans the issue leads a number of papers . An attempted break-in at the Beckhams’ also makes headlines, along with a surge in cases of life-threatening knife attacks. Theresa May has told The Sun she will make

The Guardian also covers the “new alliance”, and features a quote from Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer: “if you want to work with us, our door is open”.

Labour will back a deal, according to the i, but only if a second referendum is included, which The Independent classes as a “Final Say” vote.

The Sun reports on a growing “rift” between William and Harry under the headline “Bad Blood Brothers”.

Workers at Amazon’s largest British facility, a depot in Essex, have told the Daily Mirror they have been “treated like slaves” as they attempt to meet their “gruelling targets”.

Britain faces searing temperatures and and “Halloween chiller” this week, according to the Daily Star.

What the papers say – October 30 .
The news of an election leads most of Wednesday’s papers.The Daily Mail takes a seasonal view on the coming election with a headline saying “Don’t let the Grinch steal your Christmas”, while the Daily Mirror offers something similar from the opposite perspective, but the i has a less strident take on the timing.

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