It believes the Prime Minister 's chances depend in large part on how far he can win over Brexiteers who opposed Theresa May on three occasions. urges MPs to bring a swift end to a four-year drama with those same words "Just Do It".
But the argues that just because there's an appetite to get Brexit sorted, it doesn't mean it should be done at any price. argues that The Deal is worse than Theresa May 's and worse than what the UK has at the moment.
reports that Boris Johnson is hoping to frame tomorrow's House of Commons clash as a dramatic "New Deal or no Deal " moment - But EU leaders declined to come to his aid in Brussels, refusing to rule out any further delay to Brexit.
The reports that there is a fractious debate about the tactics being used by some campaigners.
Terrible burns penetrating deep into The Flesh of a 13-year-old boy add to a growing body of evidence that Turkey has used white phosphorus against Kurdish civilians, according to
The Paper admits that it is difficult to identify what caused such frightful burns, But one leading British expert, who was shown photographs taken by The Paper , believes phosphorus could have been The Cause .
The Times says the effect of the chemical is so terrible that it is banned for use on civilian targets by the Geneva and Chemical Weapons conventions.
"A real Halloween horror" is how the describes figures suggesting that two thousand tonnes of plastic waste - equivalent to 83 million bottles - Will be generated from throw-away Halloween clothing sold by leading retailers this year.
The environmental charity, Hubbub, found that 83% of The Material used was polluting oil-based plastic likely to go to landfill. Hubbub is urging People to buy from charity shops, re-use costumes or make their own from non-plastic materials.
Sainsbury's has become The First big British supermarket chain to stop selling fireworks, according to the.
The Company has made the decision amid concern for pets and older People - as well as frustration at antisocial behaviour. The Paper says Britons spend More Than £20m a year on fireworks, and other supermarkets have indicated they Will continue to sell them.480 million-year queue
When you're stuck in a queue it can sometimes feel never-ending.
So, says the, spare a thought for a patient trail of trilobites who have been waiting in line for 480 million years.
Fossils of the primitive sea creatures, forming what scientists believe to be The World 's first ever queue, were discovered in rocks in Morocco.
The trilobites, which were between 16 and 22mm long, were found in a line facing in the same direction.