From the early paper edition of the Daily Star this morning:
Methinks they may have had a phone call or two as the on-line version has been changed…….
From an email corresponent who is knowledgeable on such matters it appears that the Daily Mail said a tyre blew on landing and which caused the U/C leg to collapse. The BBC website picture appears to show the prop blades rather shorter than normal, which will be expensive as the engine will have to be shock load tested, and may need a complete strip down. A new propeller will be getting on for 5 figures, alone – and no UK company makes them now. He assures me this is Rolls Royce’s example of the plane involved, a Photo Reconnaissance version, PS853. It has the larger Griffon engine and a FIVE blade prop: