What the papers say - March 20

The news that Ant McPartlin is stepping down from his television commitments following his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving makes the front pages on Tuesday.

The Daily Mirror leads with a picture of the Saturday Night Takeaway star moments after his Mini was involved in a crash in London. It reports that the 42-year-old has checked back into rehab and that this week's episode of Saturday night Takeaway has been cancelled.

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The Daily Star and The Sun lead with the same story, with the latter reporting that Ant's presenting partner Declan Donnelly is said to be "gutted".

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A picture of Anna Campbell is featured on the front of The Times. The 26-year-old became the first British woman to die fighting with Kurdish forces in Syria.

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Ms Campbell is also pictured on the front of the Daily Telegraph, alongside a story that Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a backlash over "abject betrayal" of Britain's fisherman after an agreement was reached on a transition deal which will allow talks on the future trade relationship between the UK and the EU.

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Staying with Brexit, the Metro calls the agreement a "breakthrough", saying Britain and the EU have hailed the "decisive step".

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And the i called it a "big step" towards easing Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.

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The Guardian leads with allegations against data firm Cambridge Analytica, saying it "boasted of using honey traps, fake news, campaigns and operations with ex-spies to swing election campaigns around the world".

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Uber suspending its self-driving car tests after a vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian leads the Financial Times.

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And the Daily Mail reports on a potential cure by UK doctors for age-related macular degeneration, the most common cause of blindness.

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