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Monday's newspapers split on Brexit vote but united in coverage of Harry and Meghan

Once again Brexit dominates the headlines. Credit: Twitter/Daily Express/i

The front pages are dominated by Brexit machinations and “Bad Blood Brothers” in the royal family.

The Financial Times says Boris Johnson will today make a new attempt to win Parliament’s backing for his Brexit deal, with the paper predicting he will win the vote but the “result is on a knife edge”.

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Metro reports that the PM believes he has the numbers to get his agreement approved.

But the Daily Express says Labour has a “New plot to hijack Brexit” as it plans to call for a public vote, which the Daily Mail and The Times also cover with accusations from Downing Street.

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Attacks, however, may be coming for the PM on all sides, with The Daily Telegraph warning that a “Rebel alliance of MPs” including former Tory Cabinet Minister Sir Oliver Letwin is threatening to derail the withdrawal agreement.

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The Guardian also covers the “new alliance”, and features a quote from Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer: “if you want to work with us, our door is open”.

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Labour will back a deal, according to the i, but only if a second referendum is included, which The Independent classes as a “Final Say” vote.

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The Sun reports on a growing “rift” between William and Harry under the headline “Bad Blood Brothers”.

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Workers at Amazon’s largest British facility, a depot in Essex, have told the Daily Mirror they have been “treated like slaves” as they attempt to meet their “gruelling targets”.

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Britain faces searing temperatures and and “Halloween chiller” this week, according to the Daily Star.

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