Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit plans makes some front pages on Saturday, but TV shows I’m A Celebrity and Only Fools And Horses also get a look in.
The Guardian says Mr Corbyn plans to be neutral on Brexit and that Boris Johnson is being attacked over his trustworthiness.
Guardian front page, Saturday 23 November 2019: Corbyn ‘neutral’ on Brexit as PM attacked on trust pic.twitter.com/71IEWZKFLN
— The Guardian (@guardian) November 22, 2019
The i leads with a story on Prince Andrew and calls him the “Duke of nothing”.
Front page of iweekend
— Hanna Tavner (@HannaTavner) November 22, 2019
According to TheTimes, Mr Corbyn has revealed for the first time his position on whether Britain should stay in or leave the European Union in a second Brexit referendum, which The Daily Telegraph characterises by saying Mr Corbyn “would refuse to back his own deal in Brexit vote”.
— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) November 22, 2019
Tomorrow’s @Telegraph front page:
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) November 22, 2019
The Daily Express says Britain will spearhead the hunt for a dementia cure by “doubling the funding for cutting edge research”.
— Helen Miller (@MsHelicat) November 22, 2019
The Daily Mail reports family doctors have voted to scrap home visits.
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) November 22, 2019
Meanwhile, the Financial Times has a story saying the new president of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, has issued a public spending plea.
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) November 22, 2019
The Independent says Britons could face the death penalty in the US under a new data sharing deal.
— The Independent (@Independent) November 22, 2019
The Sun says Cheryl Tweedy and fellow Girls Aloud stars plotted to get ex-bandmate Nadine Coyle to eat turkey testicles on I’m A Celebrity.
Tomorrow's front page: Cheryl Tweedy and fellow Girls Aloud stars plotted to get hated ex-bandmate Nadine Coyle eating turkey testicles on I'm A Celebrity https://t.co/ORAmNMFnhPpic.twitter.com/Hoz1COKJ4C
— The Sun (@TheSun) November 22, 2019
And fuming Del Boy fans have hit out at organisers of an Only Fools And Horses convention for charging up to £375 for a photo and autograph with the show’s star Sir David Jason – even if some of the cash will go to charity, according to the Daily Star.