Perspectives and views on the latest Brexit developments differ in Wednesday’s papers – with one calling it “Theresa’s Triumph” while others suggest the battle has just begun.
Theresa May has been given public backing from more than half of all Tory MPs ahead of the vote to decide on her fate.
MPs have warned the UK Government must not use “trickery” or “loopholes” to prevent the Commons from having its say on Brexit.
Britain’s City watchdog has said it supports a short Brexit transition period, warning that a cliff-edge withdrawal could spark market disruption and hit consumers.
A cross-party group of MPs has called for political parties to publish the number of women they put forward for election to end the “diversity deficit” in Parliament.
An influential group of MPs has hit out at the City’s “alpha-male culture” and called for clearer bonus criteria and senior men to take up flexible working in order to boost women’s prospects.
Major banks fail to sign the Women in Finance Charter and pledging to promote gender diversity across their businesses.