Newspaper headlines: Jeremy Corbyn’s prospects on front pages

Observer front page, 14/4/19
The Observer, however, leads on a warning from Labour’s leader in the European Parliament that the party will be “deserted by millions of anti-Brexit voters” if it fails to give clear backing to a further EU referendum.
Sunday Times front page, 14/4/19
Meanwhile, the Sunday Times reports what it says is a private admission from Mr Corbyn that evidence of anti-Semitism within the Labour party had been “mislaid, ignored or not used”. Labour has previously said it has strengthened disciplinary procedures and made the complaints procedure more robust.
Sunday Express front page, 14/4/19
Talks between Mr Corbyn’s senior colleagues and Conservative ministers continue in a bid to find agreement over a Brexit deal that can secure the backing of a majority of MPs. But the Sunday Express says some senior government figures believe there is “zero chance” of them succeeding and that “Brexit is dead”.
Mail on Sunday front page, 14/4/19
The Mail on Sunday reports that intelligence chiefs have briefed Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Secretary Sajid Javid about the “Jihadi bride” Shemima Begum. The teenager, who ran off to join the Islamic State group in 2015, is said to have sewed bombers into suicide vests.
Sunday People front page, 14/4/19
The Sunday People trumpets an exclusive interview with Laleh Shahravesh, who has returned to the UK after being jailed in Dubai for calling her ex-husband’s new wife a “horse”.
Sunday Mirror front page, 14/4/19
Meanwhile, the Sunday Mirror says police are investigating the alleged racist abuse of the children of former Liverpool footballer Djibril Cisse.
Daily Star Sunday
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Finally, the Daily Star Sunday suggests the Duchess of Sussex is planning a water birth. Meghan is planning a “relaxed” delivery of Prince Harry’s baby, the paper quotes a “pal” saying.