Newspaper headlines: Brexit could be reversed – Farage


Newspaper headlines: Brexit could be reversed – Farage


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The Observer has interviewed former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who has told the paper Brexit may not go ahead while an organised Remain camp dominates the public debate.

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Brexit also makes the front page of the Sunday Express, as the paper says that a report has found a so-called no-deal outcome could cost the EU more than £500bn.

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The Sunday Times reports that Justice Secretary David Gauke is preparing to intervene in the case of black-cab rapist John Worboys, to halt his release from prison and challenge the decision of the Parole Board.

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The Mail on Sunday reports that Jo Marney – the girlfriend of UKIP leader Henry Bolton – has been suspended from the party after it was it revealed she made racist comments about Prince Harry’s wife-to-be Meghan Markle in a series of messages. Ms Marney has apologised for the language she used but added: “The opinions I expressed were deliberately exaggerated in order to make a point and have, to an extent, been taken out of context”.

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The Sunday Telegraph interviews the new Conservative party chairman Brandon Lewis, who announces his plans to step up the Tories’ digital war against Labour in a move, the paper says, that shows the significance the party has attached to “the gap in the online presence” between the two parties.

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And the Daily Star on Sunday reports claims from a former policeman who says the Queen was the subject of an assassination attempt, when she was shot at during a tour to New Zealand in 1981.

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