What the papers say – February 10
Sir Philip Green, the Duke of Edinburgh, Jeremy Corbyn and Chris Grayling make headlines on Sunday.
The Sunday Telegraph prints a further allegation against retail tycoon Sir Philip, who has denied his behaviour was criminal or amounted to gross misconduct.
The Sunday Times leads with its investigation into dating app age limits, exposing how some adults exploit soft controls to commit crimes against children.
The Sunday Express says a headteachers’ union is backing a planned strike by pupils over climate change.
The Sunday Mirror has spoken to a woman who was injured when the Duke of Edinburgh’s Land Rover Freelander collided with another car last month, after it emerged the duke has voluntarily surrendered his driving licence.
The Observer leads with calls for Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to be sacked after the collapse of a controversial no-deal Brexit ferry contract.
The Independent highlights the countdown to Brexit. With 47 days until Britain leaves the EU, a poll by the paper shows 53% of voters back the March 29 deadline being postponed.
And the Mail On Sunday is serialising a new book by Tom Bower looking at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s professional and personal life.