What Is A Good Telescope For Viewing Jupiter?

I am looking into getting a telescope to view stuff like the moon and planets. I’d love to be able to view Jupiter’s moons and possibly see detail on Jupiter. My budget is between £50-£100. I know very little about telescopes.
Is it better to get a refractor or reflector?
What is more important; aperture size or magnification?
What are the filters used for?
Will I be able to view passing comets/asteroids?
Is it possible to view anything like nebulae or galaxies?
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