What the papers say – January 11
Many papers are covering the latest on Brexit on Friday.
The latest developments on Brexit have found their way on to the front of the papers on Friday, while job losses at Jaguar Land Rover and a plea to fugitive Jack Shepherd also feature.
The Times leads with Brexit, reporting that Theresa May has appealed to trade unions to support her Brexit plan.
The Times 11/1/2019— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) January 10, 2019
Theresa May walks with Major General Benjamin Bathurst before a meeting with Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe in Downing Street in London, January 10, 2019. Photo : Toby Melville/Reuters#thetimes #tomorrowspaperstoday #reuters #theresamay @thetimes pic.twitter.com/L2mVEKdnuS
The Daily Telegraph says that hospitals “routinely” allow patients born as male to share female wards if they identify as women.
The Guardian covers a review which claims eating more fibre will cut chances of heart disease and premature death.
Guardian front page, 11 January 2019: Blow to the low-carb diet as WHO report says fibre cuts early deaths pic.twitter.com/u5jjuMy7cf— The Guardian (@guardian) January 10, 2019
The Financial Times leads on reported job losses at Ford and Jaguar Land Rover amid warnings over a no-deal Brexit.
The Metro says Mrs May is looking to convince Labour MPs to support her Brexit blueprint.
The Independent carries a similar story, but reported that GMB leader Tim Roache told Mrs May that members would prefer a final say on Brexit.
The Daily Mirrorcovers allegations about the personal life of former foreign secretary Boris Johnson.
While the Sun has allegations about the personal life of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos.
The Daily Mailreports that Mrs May has urged so-called “speedboat killer” Jack Shepherd to give himself up.
The Daily Express covers the latest on the Brexit debate.
Friday’s @Daily_Express front page— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) January 10, 2019
- Michael Gove stuns Commons by perfectly summing up Labour’s non-existent #Brexit policy in one very naughty but apt word
- Police plea for amateur sleuths to solve crimes
- TV host at centre of £110bn divorce#tomrrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/zxs8X8dZUy
While the Daily Star speaks to the Rock about snowflakes of the non-meteorological kind.
In tomorrow's @Daily_Star— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) January 10, 2019
– @TheRock lays the smackdown on snowflakes
– @itvcorrie's Sean Ward opens up on his porn addiction
– Weather girl with hots for billionaire Amazon owner#tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/0wg3iHGx3J