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The PM's efforts to woo the DUP to back her Brexit deal feature on today's front pages

What the papers say on Monday, March 18. Credit: PA

Another crucial week for Theresa May tops the headlines on Monday.

The Guardian reports the Prime Minister will embark on a “final desperate scramble” to win the backing of the Democratic Unionist Party for her Brexit deal.

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The Times says Mrs May won support from some staunch Brexiteers after personally lobbying MPs, but still remained short of the number needed to win a vote this week.

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Boris Johnson writes in the Daily Telegraph to urge Eurosceptic MPs to reject the PM’s deal for a third time if it is put to a vote this week.

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The i says the PM has been told by Eurosceptic rebels that they will only support her Brexit blueprint if she sets out plans for her departure from Downing Street.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror leads on the terror attack in New Zealand, running with the headline: “We are one.”

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The Daily Mail reports on a tax scam.

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And the Daily Express says a pensions shake-up could boost retirement incomes by up to 7% a year.

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Elsewhere, The Sun leads on the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis.

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And the Financial Times reports that Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank have begun talks on a merger that would reshape Germany’s financial sector.

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