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Newspaper headlines: ‘Theresa’s mea culpa’ and no ‘back door’ Brexit – BBC News

Image caption The Mail on Sunday says Prime Minister Theresa May will make a “mea culpa” at the Conservative conference and apologise for the party’s general election performance in an attempt to “head off a threat to sack her”. It also carries an interview with British model Chloe Ayling after she was allegedly kidnapped in Italy.
Image caption Two leading ministers have told the Sunday Telegraph the UK will leave the single market and customs union after Brexit. Philip Hammond and Liam Fox vow Britain will not stay in the EU via the “back door”. The paper says they are bringing an end to Cabinet infighting over the issue.
Image caption Brexit also leads the Observer, with former Labour Foreign Secretary David Miliband telling the paper that leaving the EU is an “unparalleled act of economic self-harm”. He calls for a second vote on the government’s final Brexit deal.
Image caption The Sunday Times says the marks required to secure the top grades in this year’s tougher GCSE and A-level examinations have been lowered. The paper says this is to “avert a dramatic fall in results”.
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Image caption “Meghan’s royal seal of approval” is the headline on the Sunday People. It says Mike Tindall, husband of the Princess Royal’s daughter Zara, has said Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle will “fit right in” with the royal family.
Image caption The Sunday Mirror leads on the latest allegations to surface in the US surrounding the divorce between ex-Spice Girl Mel B and her husband.

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