Newspaper headlines: Brexit could be reversed - Farage

Brexit makes a number of Sunday's front pages, including an interview with the former UKIP leader.

The Observer has interviewed former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who has told the paper Brexit may not go ahead while an organised Remain camp dominates the public debate.
Brexit also makes the front page of the Sunday Express, as the paper says that a report has found a so-called no-deal outcome could cost the EU more than £500bn.
The Sunday Times reports that Justice Secretary David Gauke is preparing to intervene in the case of black-cab rapist John Worboys, to halt his release from prison and challenge the decision of the Parole Board.
The Mail on Sunday reports that Jo Marney - the girlfriend of UKIP leader Henry Bolton - has been suspended from the party after it was it revealed she made racist comments about Prince Harry's wife-to-be Meghan Markle in a series of messages. Ms Marney has apologised for the language she used but added: "The opinions I expressed were deliberately exaggerated in order to make a point and have, to an extent, been taken out of context".
The Sunday Telegraph interviews the new Conservative party chairman Brandon Lewis, who announces his plans to step up the Tories' digital war against Labour in a move, the paper says, that shows the significance the party has attached to "the gap in the online presence" between the two parties.
And the Daily Star on Sunday reports claims from a former policeman who says the Queen was the subject of an assassination attempt, when she was shot at during a tour to New Zealand in 1981.

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Date: 13 January 2018 | Source: BBC

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