What the papers say – March 3
Several Sunday papers feature a 17-year-old girl stabbed to death in an apparently random attack on their front pages.
The Mail on Sunday leads with the killing of Jodie Chesney, who was stabbed to death as she sat on a park bench with her boyfriend in east London.
The Sunday Express says she was stabbed in the back and died despite the desperate attempts of members of the public to save her.
The Sunday Times pictures Jodie alongside its lead story on Brexit which says a compromise between hardline Tories and the PM may be near.
The teenager is also on the front of the Sunday Telegraph, which says gagging orders that prevent people talking to the police will be banned.
The Observer says emails show senior Labour members opposed recommendations to suspend several party activists accused of anti-Semitism.
The Sunday Mirror carries a plea by the son of Salisbury nerve agent victim Dawn Sturgess for Russian president Vladimir Putin to hand over the men responsible for her death.
And the Sunday People reports on gangs delivering drugs while disguised as delivery drivers.