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What the papers say – March 17

Brexit makes headlines on Sunday ahead of another critical week for the Prime Minister.


What the papers say – March 17

What the papers say – March 17

What the papers say – March 17

A variety of stories make the front pages on Sunday, from the mosque shootings in New Zealand to the latest on Brexit.

The Sunday Telegraph reports that the Prime Minister will appeal to MPs’ patriotism as she urges them to vote for her Brexit deal.

Theresa May is warning MPs they have just three days to back her deal or face Britain remaining under EU rule, the Sunday Express says.

The Sunday Times leads on the same story, reporting that the PM was warned that if her Brexit deal fails, Parliament would have the power to delay the UK’s departure indefinitely.

And The Observer claims the EU is “war-gaming” for the fall of Mrs May as confidence in the PM collapses following a chaotic week over Brexit.

Meanwhile, the Sunday Mirror carries a photo of three-year-old Mucad Ibrahim, said to be the youngest victim of the New Zealand terror attack.

The Daily Star on Sunday leads on the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis.

And the Mail on Sunday reports that the BBC was accused of allowing the Comic Relief TV appeal to become “an advert for Jeremy Corbyn”.