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'Brexit is in purgatory': UK front pages react to last night's House of Commons votes

The EU will now consider what kind of extension to offer the UK.

AFTER PARLIAMENT ONCE again forced a re-think of Johnson’s Brexit strategy, UK newspapers are reacting to prospect of another Brexit extension. 

The Guardian says parliament has backed Johnson’s withdrawal bill but refused his attempt to “fast-track” legislation. 

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The Daily Mail says the House of Commons has put the UK at the “mercy of EU” over an extension to the October 31 deadline.

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The Daily Telegraph, which typically supports the prime minister, says “Brexit is in purgatory” following last night’s proceedings. 

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 The Sun summarises the situation as “Yeah but no but”. 

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The Daily Mirror goes with a Halloween theme, describing it as the “PM’s Brexit horror”.

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The Independent reports it is the “End of breakneck Brexit”.

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The Financial Times says Johnson won a “landmark” vote, but was “thwarted” on the timetable for this deal.

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While The Times say that Johnson is “frustrated”.

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