What the papers say – January 4

Brexit, official screen time limits for children and concerns over Apple’s share price slump are on Friday’s front pages.

The Daily Telegraph says Theresa May’s hopes of getting her Brexit deal through Parliament have been rocked by a poll that showed more than half of Tory Party members would prefer no deal.

The Guardian reports on police planning for a no-deal Brexit.

A funding “crisis” facing universities amid pressures from falling student numbers and Brexit leads The Independent and the i.

The hunt for fugitive speedboat date “killer” Jack Shepherd leads the Daily Mail.

The Times leads with the first official guidance on how much screen time children should have.

Apple’s shock warning over its share price leads the Financial Times.

A type of blood pressure tablet is being recalled over fears they could cause cancer, the Daily Express says.

The Sun leads with claims that an England footballer was seen snorting cocaine in a nightclub toilet.

The Daily Mirror and the Metro lead with the charging of a son of radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza with firearms offences by police investigating the murder of a security guard at a New Year’s Eve party in London.