Brexit is front and centre for many of Tuesday’s papers ahead of crunch Brexit votes on Tuesday night.
The Times leads with a suggestion that Theresa May will face a “fresh” defeat in the Commons as she whips Conservative MPs to vote for a demand to replace the Irish backstop with “alternative arrangements”.
The Daily Telegraph runs with Sir Philip Green being urged to drop so-called “gagging orders” against people who accused him of sexual harassment and racist abuse. The Arcadia boss denies any unlawful racist or sexist behaviour.
The Guardian leads on Brexit, warning of a “day of deadlock” in Westminster after Mrs May backed an alternative to the Irish backstop.
The Financial Times says the move is an attempt to “split” hardliners.
The Metro reports on concerns about the availability of fresh food in case of a no-deal Brexit.
The Independent also carries the report about potential food shortages.
As does the Daily Mirror after the warning from the British Retail Consortium.
While the i suggests that Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg have cut Mrs May’s “lifeline”.
The Sun urges MPs to not “let Labour ruin Brexit” with a front page editorial calling on MPs to “stop Labour-backed Remainers’ shameful bid to destroy Brexit”.
The Daily Mail swerves Brexit on its front page, focusing on the impact of “screen time” on children’s health.
The Daily Express leads on Brexit, reporting Mrs May called on Mr Johnson to back her plans.
And the Daily Star runs with Simon Webbe’s grief after the death of his brother.