What the papers say – March 10
Politics features prominently on many of the front pages on Sunday ahead of another crucial week for the Prime Minister.
The Sunday Telegraph reports that a poll indicates support for a no-deal Brexit is growing in the face of the European Union’s refusal to help salvage Theresa May’s deal.
Jacob Rees-Mogg warned she was heading for a crushing defeat on her deal this week, branding her plan “rotten”, the Sunday Express says.
And the Sunday Times reports that the PM has been warned by Cabinet ministers that she may have to fall on her sword to save Brexit.
Meanwhile, The Observer leads on backlash against Sajid Javid following the death of Shamima Begum’s baby son.
The Home Secretary was accused of moral cowardice following the death of three-week-old Jarrah Begum, the paper says.
Elsewhere, the Mail on Sunday claims a nurse who worked for Stephen Hawking has been suspended.
And the Sunday Mirror says weapons branded with superhero logos are being sold online amid the recent surge in knife crime.