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Brexit, social media and Harry and Meghan make today's front pages

What the papers say on April 5. Credit: Press Association

A variety of stories make the front pages on Friday – from the latest on Brexit to a crackdown on social media platforms over harmful content.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Theresa May’s ministers have discussed the possibility of giving MPs a vote on a second referendum during Brexit talks with Jeremy Corbyn.

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The Times says Cabinet ministers are seeking to block the Prime Minister from agreeing a Brexit delay of up to a year.

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MPs were “bogged down again”, the Metro says, as it reports that proceedings in the House of Commons were dramatically called off due to a leak in the chamber’s ceiling.

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Meanwhile, The Guardian reports on leaked government plans which suggest social media executives could be held personally liable for harmful content on their platforms.

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The Daily Mail leads on what it calls a victory in its campaign against “insurance loyalty rip-offs”, reporting that company Saga would now offer policies with fixed prices for three years.

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And the i says more than 20 universities have been accused of using “unethical” admission practices that are “trapping” students into accepting higher education places.

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In other news, The Sun claims the Duke of Sussex took Meghan on a £33,000-a-night “babymoon”.

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The Daily Express reports that its campaign for life-saving cystic fibrosis drugs to be made available on the NHS has helped trigger a Commons debate.

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Barbara Windsor leads the Daily Mirror.

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And the Financial Times reports that Ethiopia has found that pilots of its flagship carrier were not to blame for a plane crash killing 157 people last month and called for Boeing to carry out a full investigation into the anti-stall system of its 737 Max aircraft.

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Elsewhere, the Daily Star leads on the start of the Grand National festival.

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