Royal bananas, screen time, organ donation and – of course – Brexit are on Saturday’ front pages.
The Daily Mail leads with guidelines being considered by the Chief Medical Officer on how children should use video games, television, mobile phones and tablets.
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Meanwhile the schools minister has called for a ban on mobile phones in schools, The Times says.
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The Sun leads with messages left on bananas for sex workers by the Duchess of Sussex.
— The Sun (@TheSun) February 1, 2019
The Daily Telegraph reports on the latest in legal wrangling with Sir Philip Green over allegations about his conduct towards employees.
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) February 1, 2019
The Daily Express says a row has broken out over the EU describing Gibraltar as a “British colony”.
Saturday’s @Daily_Express front page
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) February 1, 2019
The Daily Mirror leads with reforms to organ donation after they cleared the latest parliamentary hurdle.
— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) February 1, 2019
The Guardian reports that “putrefying stockpiles” of waste could build up in the event of a no-deal Brexit if export licences are made void.
The Guardian front page, Saturday 2 February 2019: Officials warn of putrefying piles of waste after Brexit pic.twitter.com/qADRcwLKUu
— The Guardian (@guardian) February 1, 2019
The Independent says senior civil servants are planning in case the UK stays in the EU customs union.
— The Independent (@Independent) February 1, 2019
And the Financial Times leads with tax warnings over people accessing their pensions early.