Monday's national newspaper front pages


:: The Daily Telegraph

Nicola Sturgeon could name the date she intends to hold a new independence referendum as early as this week, the paper claims.

:: Financial Times

Theresa May is on the brink of formally launching Britain's departure from the EU.

:: i

It claims the Tories are in turmoil ahead of the triggering of Article 50.

:: The Guardian

Britain's trade links with the European Union will be worse than those of any other major industrialised nation if it leaves without a deal in place.

:: The Times

The heads of 35 Oxford colleges are pleading with MPs to allow EU citizens the right to stay after Brexit.

:: Daily Express

MPs have been urged not to wreck Brexit by "tying Theresa May's hands" over crunch talks with the EU.

:: Metro

More than a million journeys will be affected by train strikes in March.

:: Daily Mirror

Police are hunting for a worker from the resort where Madeleine McCann vanished who they believe has clues about her disappearance.

:: Daily Mail

A Lords probe into peers who claim thousands of pounds in perks but allegedly do not do any work was dropped amid fears of a public backlash.

:: Daily Star

George Michael's burial plot is under round-the-clock guard to stop anyone invading his final resting place.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Monday night's reviewers will be Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor, Daily Mirror, and Andrew Pierce, Consultant Editor, Daily Mail.