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What the papers say – January 11

What the papers say – January 11 Photo: PA

The latest developments on Brexit have found their way on to the front of the papers on Friday, while job losses at Jaguar Land Rover and a plea to fugitive Jack Shepherd also feature.

The Times leads with Brexit, reporting that Theresa May has appealed to trade unions to support her Brexit plan.

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The Daily Telegraph says that hospitals “routinely” allow patients born as male to share female wards if they identify as women.

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The Guardian covers a review which claims eating more fibre will cut chances of heart disease and premature death.

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The Financial Times leads on reported job losses at Ford and Jaguar Land Rover amid warnings over a no-deal Brexit.

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The Metro says Mrs May is looking to convince Labour MPs to support her Brexit blueprint.

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The Independent carries a similar story, but reported that GMB leader Tim Roache told Mrs May that members would prefer a final say on Brexit.

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The Daily Mirrorcovers allegations about the personal life of former foreign secretary Boris Johnson.

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While the Sun has allegations about the personal life of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos.

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The Daily Mailreports that Mrs May has urged so-called “speedboat killer” Jack Shepherd to give himself up.

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The Daily Express covers the latest on the Brexit debate.

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While the Daily Star speaks to the Rock about snowflakes of the non-meteorological kind.

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