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Newspapers take a Brexit break with a variety of headlines

Wednesday's newspapers took a break from Brexit. Credit: Twitter/Metro/i

Most papers have chosen to take a break from Brexit on Wednesday.

With Parliament having begun its five-week suspension, most newspapers have welcomed the chance to have a non-Brexit front page on Wednesday.

The Times says two British-Australian women have been jailed in Iran, while also reporting on disquiet from domestic abuse victims over Geoffrey Boycott’s knighthood.

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The Metro says Boycott has brushed aside any grumblings.

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The Guardian leads with an article about retailers asking for more government help amid high street shop closures.

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The Daily Express carries a story about aged care homes evicting elderly residents.

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The Daily Mail says Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has a plan to drag the UK “back to the 70s” by boosting union power.

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The i leads with Prime Minister Boris Johnson intending to let foreign students stay in the UK for two years after graduation.

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The exceptions to the Brexit breather include The Independent, which leads with Labour deputy leader Tom Watson calling on his party to demand a second referendum before any general election.

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And The Daily Telegraph looks ahead to Mr Johnson’s possible next moves to solve the Brexit deadlock, including a regulatory border in the Irish Sea.

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Meanwhile, the Financial Times leads with US President Donald Trump firing John Bolton as national security adviser after tensions with North Korea.

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A fire brigade in Lincolnshire axing their mascot because it was “too male”, according to The Sun.

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And the Daily Mirror and Daily Star lead with a dispute between soap stars Jamie Lomas and Asan N’Jie.

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