What the papers say – January 20
The latest political movements make the front pages on Sunday
Brexit makes headlines in Sunday’s papers as the Prime Minister prepares to set out her Plan B on Britain’s departure from the European Union on Monday.
The Sunday Times carries the headline “May in Meltdown”, reporting that the Plan B to “woo” both the DUP and Dublin has sparked a “civil war” at 10 Downing Street.
The Sunday Telegraph carries a warning from International Trade Secretary Liam Fox that failing to deliver on Brexit would create a “yawning gap” between voters and Parliament.
The Observer also runs with politics, reporting that John Bercow has vowed to stay on as Speaker of the House of Commons, suggesting he has abandoned proposals to leave this summer.
The Independent reports that senior members of Labour have pushed the party towards supporting a second Brexit referendum.
The Sun on Sunday leads with an interview with Ant McPartlin, who says his new girlfriend has saved his life.
The Mail on Sunday reports that the Duke of Edinburgh has been warned by police after driving without a seatbelt.
The Sunday Express carries a warning from a “senior minister” that Remainers in the cabinet will “do everything they can to stop Brexit”.
While the Daily Star on Sunday carries a report from a court case in the Netherlands involving the wife of darts player Raymond van Barneveld.