What the newspapers say – January 13

What the newspapers say – January 13

Press Association

The latest machinations on the Brexit are among the stories that make the front pages of the Sunday newspapers.

The Sunday Times bears reports from former ministers who look at "hijacking the Brexit" in what the newspaper calls "a very British coup". There is also a column by former Prime Minister Sir John Major in which he writes that Great Britain "must take the time and article 50 must withdraw".

The Sunday Telegraaf it also runs with the Brexit, suggesting that the conservatives are on the verge of a historic break about the departure of Britain from the European Union when a parliamentary vote on Theresa May's mood is approaching.

The Observer looks at Brexit from the perspective of Labor and reports that the MPs of the party have been told to prepare for an immediate vote of no confidence if Ms. May loses the vote next week.

The Independent performs a poll suggesting that a final vote on Brexit is the most popular option if the government loses the Brexit vote.

Away from the politics of Brexit and the Sunday mirror leads with a glance at the leaders of the pro-Brexit yellow vestactivists.

What the newspapers say - January 13 (PA)

What the newspapers say – January 13 (PA)

The Sunday people reports that Levi Bellfield was "signed off" with the stress of his prison job after TV drama Manhunt.

The Mail on Sunday reports that Speaker John Bercow met with former Attorney General Dominic Grieve before accepting a controversial amendment in Westminster.

The Sunday Express also has the latest news about the Brexit, and Ms. May wrote in the paper that failure to meet the Brexit would be catastrophic for Britain and would destroy confidence in politics for decades & # 39 ;.

And the Daily Star on Sunday leads to the case of Carly Ann Harris, who died last year after he drowned in the bath.

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