Black Brexit future hole Papers PMs summit Category: World Today The Papers: Black hole, Brexit summit and PM’s future | CTlive.info - South Africa News #Black #Brexit #future #hole #Papers #PMs #summit By BBC News Staff Image caption With meetings still going on beyond midnight in Brussels, newspaper editors had to publish their early editions without a final update from the EU summit – which has led to some creative front pages. The Metro combines two of the day’s big stories: Brexit and the first ever image of a black hole. “What Brexit looks like from space,” the headline reads, alongside the scientists’ image. Rather suitably, the picture was unveiled in Brussels. Image caption The Times is one of many papers to focus on Theresa May’s future as leader. Downing Street sources have made clear that Mrs May’s pledge to step down as prime minister is conditional on her withdrawal deal being passed, the paper says. It also has the space story on its front page with the headline “… and here’s another inescapable black hole”. Image caption The Guardian also leads on speculation about Mrs May’s future, reporting that she will try to “cling to power” during the Brexit delay and stick by her pledge to see through the first phase of talks. It is difficult for her Conservative critics to remove her until December, after she won a vote of confidence last year, the paper adds. Image caption The main photo on the front of the i newspaper is of Mrs May sharing a joke with Germany’s Angela Merkel and European Council President Donald Tusk at the EU summit. The paper’s main story also focuses on Mrs May’s leadership, saying she is prepared to continue as prime minister and deliver Brexit. That prospect would “infuriate her growing band of Tory MPs”, the paper says. Image caption Meanwhile, ministers and senior Tory Brexiteers have said Mrs May must quit next month, the Daily Telegraph reports. It says more and more MPs believe the PM should step down after the local and potential European Parliament elections next month. The paper quotes one cabinet minister as saying: “The whole thing is humiliating… things will only get worse. She needs to go sooner than later.” Image caption The Daily Express says Mrs May is planning to “face down” the Tory MPs who want her to quit as prime minister immediately. She will make it clear she intends to stay as long as it takes to deliver Brexit, the paper says, adding that the move is certain to intensify Tory demands for her to set a date for her departure. Image caption The Financial Times leads with the Brexit talks between the government and Labour which are due to resume on Thursday. It comes amid “increased scepticism” over whether the two parties can strike a compromise and get Mrs May’s Brexit deal passed. Image caption The Daily Mirror leads with a story on MPs’ expenses for a second day in a row. The newspaper claims that 16 politicians are claiming expenses on their rent in London, while renting out their own houses which are also in the capital. Image caption Similarly, the Daily Star also splashes with a follow-up of a story it had on its front page yesterday – albeit a follow-up that doesn’t appear to add too much meat on the bone news-wise. After reporting 24 hours ago that Britain’s bacon is “under threat” as China “snaps up all our porkers”, the paper’s front page asks whether this “bacon crisis” could hit greasy spoon cafes. Image caption Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports on the extradition of Jack Shepherd who was found guilty of the manslaughter of a woman in a speedboat crash on the River Thames – and has now been flown home from eastern Europe to start his jail sentence and launch an appeal. The front page carries a picture of Shepherd in which, the paper says, he can’t hide his sneering defiance. Image caption Thursday’s Sun leads with the announcement from Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell, that she will step down from her role on the show. Although she has given a statement saying her departure is on good terms, the paper claims she quit “sensationally” because she was embarrassed by the show’s “sleazy” reputation, and that she had wanted a £40,000 pay rise. Get news from the BBC in your inbox, each weekday morning Follow Us Popular PostsMaimane: ‘Cyril clearly not in charge, simply the face of ANC’s campaign’ Amplats puts 270ha of land in new hands Social media reacts to innocent looking Vusi ‘Khekhe’ Mathibela PICS: Two people dead, two injured in Kempton Park crash Convicted racist Vicki Momberg’s appeal postponed to June Ex-DA member sticks to his guns over R600m kickback for party NZ mosque attack toll rises to 50, authorities to begin releasing bodies How climate change is sinking an Indian island.