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What the papers say: Brexit and the Duke dominate front pages

What the papers say – January 18 Photo:

A car crash involving the Duke of Edinburgh and Brexit negotiations in Parliament make headlines on Friday.

Philip, 97, was driving a Land Rover when the accident involving a Kia happened near the Queen’s Sandringham Estate on Thursday afternoon.

The Daily Mirror reports comments that the Queen’s husband is “lucky to be alive”.

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The Daily Mail says Philip had a “miracle escape” as he was unhurt in the incident.

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A witness described the scene as “frightening”, The Sun says.

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The duke was breath tested for alcohol by police after the crash, the Metro reports.

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On to Brexit, and the Daily Telegraph says Theresa May faces mass Cabinet resignations unless she allows ministers to stop a no-deal Brexit.

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Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn could face a large shadow cabinet walkout if he backs a second referendum, The Guardian reports.

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The i says the Labour Party is divided over a ‘Plan B’ for Brexit.

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In other news, The Times says Commons Speaker John Bercow could be blocked from becoming a Lord due to allegations of bias over the Brexit debate.

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The Financial Times reports on Hitachi’s decision to suspend the building of a multibillion-pound nuclear power station in North Wales.

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