Image caption The new government’s Brexit strategy features on many of the front pages. The Sunday Telegraph says that MPs have been told it is “too late” to stop the UK leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October. The paper says Dominic Cummings, the prime minister’s aide, has briefed MPs that the opposition has missed the chance to force an election before the deadline.
Image caption If the UK does leave the EU without a deal, the government fears “chaos” in schools, according to the Observer. It says a secret report by the Department for Education warns some schools may have to close, exams could be disrupted and fresh food for school meals could run out.
Image caption “Tory MPs ask for Farage’s mercy,” is the front page headline on the Sunday Express. The paper says that at least 10 Conservative MPs are preparing for a potential general election by asking influential Brexit donor Arron Banks to convince Nigel Farage not to stand Brexit Party candidates against them.
Image caption The Mail on Sunday says the UK is demanding that the EU reopen talks on the withdrawal deal, saying chief negotiator Michel Barnier has no mandate since a new European Parliament was elected in May. “Get new orders, Monsier Barnier,” the paper’s headline declares.
Image caption Doctors have created a “revolutionary procedure” which can delay the menopause by up to 20 years, reports the Sunday Times. The surgery – which is said to take as little as 30 minutes – could prevent serious health problems associated with menopause, such as osteoporosis and heart problems, the paper says. It also reports Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing an extra £2bn for the NHS to “woo female voters”.
Image caption The Sunday Mirror says a “race row” has broken out over the appointment of a black judge, Motsi Mabuse, to Strictly Come Dancing. The paper says ex-Dancing on Ice star Louie Spence branded her a “nobody” and said the BBC is “box ticking” for diversity.
Image caption Karen Matthews, who was jailed for staging her daughter Shannon’s disappearance in 2008, is criticised on the front page of the Sunday People for blaming the kidnap plot on her own mother. The paper says 76-year-old June Matthews called her daughter’s claims “a load of lies”.
Image caption And the Daily Star on Sunday devotes its front page to news of the death of singer and impressionist Joe Longthorne. The paper says the TV star, whose show drew audiences of 12 million in the 1980s and 1990s, died in the arms of his husband, Jamie Moran, on Saturday.

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