rexit and potential shortages for Christmas are among the stories being covered on Thursday’s front pages.
Brussels proposing to scrap 80% of checks for food entering Northern Ireland leads The Guardian, but the European Union is bracing for the UK to reject the package, including the concession, aimed at easing post-Brexit border issues.
A similar story leads the Financial Times, adding some British officials have warned the devil will be in the details of the EU proposal.
The European Union “preparing for the worst” leads The Independent, the paper writing the UK wants talks to include the removal of European Court of Justice jurisdiction over the deal.
Shops facing delays in getting goods for Christmas leads the i, adding ministers were warned about the potential for backlogs at ports in December.
“Rush to Save Xmas” is the headline on the Daily Mirror, with the paper saying Brits have been told not to delay buying gifts due to the shortage of HGV drivers causing problems at ports.