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Today's front pages: Brexit, the Duke and the Spice Girls

What the papers say – January 21 Photo: PA

As Theresa May heads to the Commons to update MPs on her Brexit plans, the issue leads several of the papers.

The Queen also features on a few of the fronts, with reports looking at the fallout from the Duke of Edinburgh’s car crash.

The Prime Minister halted cross-party talks to find a compromise on Sunday night, opting instead to go back to Brussels in a bid for more concessions, The Times reports.

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Mrs May’s decision to not lay out a substantive Plan B will put her on a collision course with Parliament, the Financial Times says.

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The i says backbenchers are hoping to wrest control of the process.

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International Trade Secretary and leading Brexiteer Liam Fox has warned Parliament has not got the right to “hijack” Britain’s EU departure, the Daily Express says.

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The Daily Telegraph says the Prime Minister could consider amending the Good Friday Agreement in order to break the deadlock over the Irish border.

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In other Brexit news, The Independent leads with warnings by charities that tens of thousands of EU nationals living in Britain could become “undocumented migrants”.

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The Daily Mirror leads with the latest on Philip’s crash, reporting that the Queen sent a message of concern to one of the women hurt in the incident, although there has been no apology from the duke.

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The Metro also leads with Philip’s handling of the incident.

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In other news, The Guardian has investigated the working conditions and pay of women in Bangladesh who make T-shirts for celebrity campaigns.

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The Daily Mail leads with warnings that embarrassment is stopping millions of women taking potentially life-saving smear tests for cervical cancer.

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And Ant McPartlin has told The Sun how presenting partner Declan Donnelly was angry at him following his drink-drive crash.

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