What the papers say – November 11
Armistice commemorations and Brexit are on the front pages.
Commemorations marking 100 years since the end of the First World War and Brexit lead the Sunday papers.
The Mail on Sunday, Sunday Express and Sun on Sunday dedicate their front pages to the Armistice centenary.
Beneath a photo of a silhouette of a Tommy projected on to Warwick Castle, the Sunday Telegraph reports that the Prime Minister is being warned her Brexit plan will not be approved by MPs in the Commons.
Former education secretary Justine Greening has attacked the Prime Minister’s plan, telling The Observer it would be the “biggest giveaway of sovereignty in modern times”.
Meanwhile the Sunday Times says EU officials have rejected a proposal aimed at breaking deadlock around the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.
In other news, the Sunday Mirror reports that John Cannan has written a letter in prison taunting police probing the 1986 disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh.
And the Sunday People says Government failures to hire psychologists to treat PTSD in the armed forces have been criticised.
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