What the papers say – May 13
Brexit, Baftas and baby feet are on the fronts.
Brexit talks, TV Baftas and 10 tiny toes are on Monday’s front pages.
Many also feature Manchester City’s Premier League victory.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has told The Guardian that any cross-party Brexit deal would have to be linked to a second referendum in order to win MPs’ approval.
Guardian front page, Monday 13 May 2019: Second Brexit referendum key to deal, says Starmer pic.twitter.com/aDQ3c7KRF0— The Guardian (@guardian) May 12, 2019
However the Prime Minister has been urged by Cabinet ministers to quit Brexit talks with Labour, The Times reports.
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Jodie Comer picking up their BAFTA's for 'Killing Eve', London 12 May 2019. Photo : David Fisher/BAFTA/Rex#thetimes #tomorrowspaperstoday #bafta @thetimes pic.twitter.com/iovxSvqrLo
Theresa May herself is under pressure to stand down, the i reports.
Writing in the Daily Mail, Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis has called for internet giants to pay a sales tax to pay for high street shops.
Compensation payouts for NHS incidents that led to harm or death have doubled in the five years, the Daily Telegraph reports.
Heart, stroke and artery disease deaths have risen for the first time in 50 years, according to figures that lead the Daily Express.
The Daily Mirror leads with a report on the war in Yemen.
The Metro reports on the crash-landing of a light aircraft on the A40 in Monmouthshire.
The Financial Times reports on a possible face-to-face meeting for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping at the G20 in June.
And The Sun reports on the social media activities of a member of the Strictly Come Dancing production team.