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What the papers say – February 13

What the papers say – February 13 Photo: PA

Tributes to England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks feature on most of Wednesday’s front pages.

Brexit is a focus for many, while there are also reports on university funding and Home Office deportations.

The Sun and the Daily Mirror carry front-page tributes to Banks, whose death at the age of 81 was announced on Tuesday.

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On to Brexit, and the head of MI6 could stay on for up to two years beyond his November retirement date to help handle changes after Britain leaves the EU, according to The Times.

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The Metro leads with Jeremy Corbyn’s accusation of Brexit “blackmail” against the Prime Minister after she delayed a key vote.

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Meanwhile Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has struck a positive tone on Britain’s post-Brexit prospects, saying it could herald a new order of international trade, the Daily Telegraph says.

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The Daily Express reports that the PM’s chief Brexit negotiator was overheard discussing how Britain might leave the EU in a Brussels bar.

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In other news, the Home Office has been criticised for expediting the deportation of asylum seekers to Zimbabwe, according to The Guardian.

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The Independent and the i report on university finances.

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And the Daily Mail leads with its Great British Spring Clean campaign.

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