What the papers say – March 11

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Brexit and the Ethiopian Airlines crash are top of the agenda for Monday’s papers.

Leading with the looming Commons vote on Theresa May’s deal, the Daily Mail carries a plea by Environment Secretary Michael Gove for rebel MPs to back the Prime Minister.

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According to The Guardian Mrs May could face an attack on her leadership by Eurosceptic Tories.

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The PM is facing “Brexit high noon” on Monday as the crunch week for Brexit gets off to a start, the Daily Express reports.

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However some senior Conservative MPs are urging the PM to postpone Tuesday’s meaningful vote, The Times reports.

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The Daily Telegraph says the European Union is preparing to impose punitive conditions if Britain seeks an extension to Article 50.

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Meanwhile lenders have been told by the Bank of England to ensure they have enough liquid assets to resist a market meltdown caused by Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal, the Financial Times reports.

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The Daily Mirror leads with the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people, including seven Britons.

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One of them, UN worker Joanna Toole, 36, from Devon, was a “very soft and loving” woman, her father said in a tribute reported by the i.

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In other news, The Sun, leads with a pitch invader’s attack on Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish.

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And the Metro leads with the case of runaway jihadi bride Shamima Begum.

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World News

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