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BBC NewsUK
  • PM says Brexit plan to 'strengthen Union' ahead of Sturgeon meeting
  • Russia protests: Kremlin condemns 'provocation'
  • Hong Kong escalator malfunction: Two men arrested
  • London attack: Women hold hands to honour bridge victims
  • South West Trains: Hong Kong firm MTR to help run rail franchise
  • Is your child watching fake cartoons?
  • London attack: Man, 30, arrested in Birmingham
  • Syria fighters 'take control' of IS-held airbase near Raqqa
  • Term-time holidays: Where most children were absent
  • Former Adams family gang boss loses cash case appeal
IndependentUK
  • Donald Trump's fight against Planned Parenthood could 'close down' the US government
  • Michael Flynn may have turned on Donald Trump and become FBI informant, says security analyst
  • Half of £2bn NHS cash injection spent on outsourced private care providers labelled a 'disgrace'
  • Russian tourists' etiquette guide: Beware sweary Greeks, avoid talking royalty in Holland and don't be homophobic
  • Mötley Crüe's legendary The Dirt memoir getting Netflix biopic from Jackass director and Californication writer
  • Six things you should never buy at the supermarket, according to a savings expert
  • Brexit: Sir James Dyson might be optimistic but some of Britain's most important industries are very worried
  • London terror attacker Khalid Masood 'had sex with prostitutes and binged on Class A drugs'
  • Chelsea striker Diego Costa survives injury scare after Spain training session
  • US states introduce baby boxes to help combat infant mortality
SkynewsUK
  • Snatch squads hunt IS bombmaker in Mosul
  • Traumatised Mosul children behead mud doll
  • Airline 'sexist' for barring girls in leggings
  • Man arrested after girl dies in hit-and-run
  • Cyclone Debbie: Thousands evacuated in Australia
  • New high-tech £1 coin to edge out old pound
  • BT fined record £42m for delayed installations
  • South Western passengers to see 'improvements'
TelegraphUK
  • Canal jumper released on bail
  • Broadie has it all
  • Tony Abbott: ‘Change is imminent’
  • Samsung will no longer make Note7
  • Man’s five-day crime spree
  • Terror strikes in Munich
  • ‘It’s still a prison. I feel like an animal’
  • ‘Dam may spill’ as heavy rain hits
  • Train delays, evacuations in Sydney
  • Australian among 66 EgyptAir missing
GuardianUK
  • Tensions flare as Greece tells Turkey it is ready to answer any provocation
  • Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in court after arrest
  • Hong Kong shoppers injured after escalator reverses direction
  • Climate change: ‘human fingerprint’ found on global extreme weather
  • Theresa May to tell Nicola Sturgeon that united Britain is 'unstoppable force'
  • Shell-shocked Mosul survivors tell of intense airstrikes
  • Japan avalanche: eight high school climbers feared dead
  • New Zealand anger as pristine lakes tapped for bottled water market
  • United Airlines defends gate decision to bar girls wearing leggings from flight
  • Cyclone Debbie: 25,000 told to evacuate as Queensland storm forecast to be category four
Daily Mail UK
  • Westminster killer Khalid Massod's two daughters
  • Prince Harry wants to move Meghan Markle into new home
  • Cardiff Aunt raises 3 girls of her sister who was killed
  • Clarifications and corrections 
  • George Osborne's stamp duty rise hits London house prices
  • Loyal Manchester United steward is forced out by hostess
  • Westminster killer was flagged as a potential extremist
  • Neighbours 10-year 'bullying' campaign to grab extra land
  • Pensioner racks up £500 bill calling directory inquiries
  • Healthcare assistant told she has just days to live
Mirror UK
  • Alan Shearer: Jermain Defoe deserved his recall but it's an embarrassment England had to call him up
  • Nurse who killed herself on Christmas Eve had been receiving 'threatening messages' on Facebook
  • Cheryl and Liam Payne's relationship timeline: From X Factor flirting to having a son together, how Chiam came to be
  • Cheryl 'moves mum Joan Callaghan into home she shares with Liam Payne' as they adjust to new parenthood
  • First words of son who 'butchered millionaire parents and brother' in axe attack bloodbath
  • Theresa May's personality could jeopardise a good Brexit deal, says Labour's Sir Keir Starmer
  • White House denies Donald Trump gave Angela Merkel a £300bn 'bill' for Nato
  • Baby boy found dead in his bed at seven months old by his heartbroken mother
  • Eden Hazard to boost Chelsea by winning fitness battle to face Crystal Palace after missing Belgium international
  • Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum hails ex-Man United boss Louis van Gaal after Holland sack Danny Blind
Evening Standard UK
  • Heavily armed police on guard as Carriage Gates reopen after London terror attack
  • London attack: Family visit spot where Pc Keith Palmer was killed
  • London council tax bands: find out whether your borough is increasing tax - and by how much
  • Queen hiring cushion and curtain maker for £22,000-a-year
  • Producer faces jail for stealing from video firm to fund luxury breaks around the world
  • EU chief leading Brexit talks issues stark warning ahead of negotiations
  • Hero MP Tobias Ellwood pays tribute to victims of London terror attack
  • Companies which 'court chaos' over cyber attacks could lose government contracts
  • Ex crime boss Terry Adams ordered to pay £700,000
  • Job applications soar at London hospital trust after TV cameras let in
Daily StarUK
  • Westminster killer Khalid Masood 'tried to run somebody over before' terror attack
  • Ivanka Trump sparks fury with shock White House pic
  • Incredible mystery crop circles appear overnight – leaving scientists BAFFLED
  • Builder injured on site leaves doctors with world's biggest NECK
  • WWE champ Goldberg reveals BANNED words: ‘There is a list, I didn't make it up'
  • ISIS sickos praise Westminster attacker as wave of violent propaganda vids flood YouTube
  • What the hell is this? Biker knocked over by mysterious humanoid being
  • London terrorist had 'EXTREME body odour' according to parents at his school
  • North Korea pledges nuke strike ‘WITHOUT WARNING’ over US commando plot to kill Kim
  • Lotto teen winner Jane Park in Snapchat hell after 'hacker offers stolen pics for £1,000'
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • North Wales sees biggest rise in recorded crime by children aged 10 and under
  • UK set for real-life Jurassic Park due to open its gates later this year
  • Iceland supermarket named top for online shopping experience
  • First pictures of Conwy Valley luxury lodge development
  • New 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation on Tuesday
  • Firefighters sent back to Llangollen gorse fire after it re-ignites
  • The morning news headlines: Theresa May vows to build a more united nation after Brexit; BT fined record £42 million over 'serious breach' of Ofcom rules
  • Arsonists strike in Wrexham again
  • Pub landlord chased armed robbers after Denbighshire shop raid
  • Firefighters tackling huge gorse blaze near Llangollen
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Oops! Presenter Dan Walker loses new £1 coin down back of BBC Breakfast sofa
  • Chelsee Healey shares the first photo of her unborn baby
  • 17 TV shows to look forward to in 2017 - including all the BBC dramas
  • How to get tickets for Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
  • When to see the International Space Station over Greater Manchester in the next few weeks
  • Where to buy gin Easter eggs in 2017
  • When is the red iPhone 7 out and how much will it cost?
  • New 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation on Tuesday
  • Rio Ferdinand tells how his children finally started coming to terms with the loss of their mum
  • The young soldier whose life was tragically cut short in the Battle of Passchendaele
Daily ExpressUK
  • 'She's as frosty as a storm' Trump puts screws on Angela Merkel with '£300BN Nato bill'
  • Sweden gives Brexit divorce ultimatum and demands £52 billion to 'pay for the goodies'
  • Spain's EU exit on horizon as ‘only a miracle’ can save nation from debt bubble BURSTING
  • Scottish independence BOMBSHELL: Sturgeon would need to find £1BN A YEAR for EU membership
  • 'Foreign affairs is not his job!' Sadiq Khan slammed for 'not putting London first'
  • ‘Mother’s Day was RUINED’ Flower companies savaged as customers slate ‘appalling’ service
  • Search on for Essex schoolboy Patrick Casey, 13, who went missing NINE days ago
  • Woman kills son’s Yorkshire terrier by putting him into a tumble dryer
  • London terror attack: Football fans fall silent at Wembley in tribute to victims
  • Qatar Investment Authority looks to pump money into British business post-Brexit
Herald ScotlandUK
  • May to try to head off support for independence vote as she meets Sturgeon
  • Scots shell companies used to launder £4 billion out of Russia
  • Poll: Support for Union 'strengthened' among over-65s since 2014
  • David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality
  • National Museum of Scotland tops visitor attractions in Scotland as nation outperforms UK
  • Scottish mother-of-one sets foot on the catwalk at 33
  • Lung cancer couple 'badly let down' by council care failures
  • Glasgow University medical students forced to resit exam after 'collusion uncovered'
  • Tributes paid to Scots Thai boxer, 20, found dead in Thailand after failing to return to hotel
  • Polish infant in legal limbo as sheriff blocks children's panel referrals
ScotsmanUK
  • ‘Unicorns’ are alive and well in Galloway
  • Scottish seaweed industry prepares for commercial future
  • Just over 50 per cent of North Lanarkshire schools reach exam benchmark
  • Glasgow medical students to re-sit exam amid cheating fears
  • New 12-sided £1 coin set to arrive
  • Shetland oil find ‘could be biggest of the century’
  • Stephen Hay: Tax rise alone won’t cut Scottish deficit
  • Still in the dark over post-Brexit agriculture policy
  • Edinburgh City Deal delayed until after May elections
  • BT fined record £42m over ‘serious’ rules breach
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Watchdog logs more than 2000 claims of abuse against vulnerable people in care
  • Would you buy a gig ticket for an asylum seeker or homeless person?
  • 'Bring on England' says James Forrest after dramatic Scotland victory
  • Glasgow University medical students forced to resit exam after 'collusion uncovered'
  • Myles Beerman chasing his dream at Rangers via Malta and Manchester
  • New college hair salon making waves in Glasgow
  • Staff launch day centre after council funding cut setback
  • New community shop bids to solve Govanhill problems
  • Glasgow's 6 Music fest sweeps fans off their feet
  • Tributes paid to dedicated hospice worker who died in centre she worked
Northwales PioneerUK
    • Arch at Bodnant Garden to take centre stage
    • Conwy monthly bin collections under debate at Senedd
    • Journal and Pioneer review of Ed Sheeran’s “Divide”
    • Missing Abergele schoolgirl found in Colwyn Bay
    • Legally Blonde staring EastEnders actress set to visit Rhyl on UK tour
    • Llandudno schoolgirl with rare condition looking to fund first ever bike
    • More police officers will be patrolling streets in North Wales as force respond to London attack
    • Prestatyn biker's devastating injuries after pensioner pulled out in front of him
    • Cardiff television runner returns to his roots in Llandudno school as an ambassador
    • Flooding in St Asaph, Conwy and Towyn to be highlighted in conference
Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • May to try to head off support for independence vote as she meets Sturgeon
  • Scots shell companies used to launder £4 billion out of Russia
  • Poll: Support for Union 'strengthened' among over-65s since 2014
  • David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality
  • National Museum of Scotland tops visitor attractions in Scotland as nation outperforms UK
  • Scottish mother-of-one sets foot on the catwalk at 33
  • Lung cancer couple 'badly let down' by council care failures
  • Glasgow University medical students forced to resit exam after 'collusion uncovered'
  • Tributes paid to Scots Thai boxer, 20, found dead in Thailand after failing to return to hotel
  • Polish infant in legal limbo as sheriff blocks children's panel referrals
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Stormont crisis: Monday Assembly sitting suspended after talks breakdown
  • Man arrested after woman found dead at house
  • Ian Paisley left £650k in his will, including an apartment by the sea
  • UUP 'yet to decide on future Executive role'
  • Belfast Zoo confident of accreditation after work to tackle concerns
  • Watchdog to probe rising £9.5m costs of Gobbins cliff path
  • Latest phase of Greenway open as £40m project back on track after bonfire row
  • How Adams milked the funeral of Martin McGuinness
  • Alex Kane: Gerry Adams playing high-risk game that could bring final collapse of Stormont
  • Ruth Dudley Edwards: McGuinness asked how I'd deal with the Northern Ireland situation: 'I'd intern you and Adams,' I said
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
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Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • LIVE BLOG: NI power sharing talks
  • 'Rot in hell Marty' sign removed from Moygashel wall
  • Poll: Have your say on power-sharing at Stormont
  • Member of public helps police collar drink driver in Coalisland
  • Several people injured in multi-vehicle crash
  • Cars damaged as burglary suspects flee
  • Investigations launched after death of Magilligan prisoner
  • ‘Neighbours tried to save fire victim’
  • Burglary tips from police as clocks go forward
  • Man dies in house fire
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Man arrested after woman's body discovered in Cork
  • Stormont meeting postponed as deal appears unlikely
  • Search for missing Rescue 116 crew enters 13th day
  • Bus Éireann board to consider 'survival plan'
  • Garda breathalyser figure discrepancies 'staggering'
  • May to see Sturgeon as Brexit, independence issues loom
  • Eight schools suspend religious segregation of children
  • Seven people killed on roads over three-day period
  • Iraq forces launch renewed attack on Mosul's Old City
  • Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on Australia
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Undocumented Irish in US make video to highlight plight
  • Climate council calls for change to draft plan
  • Leave all doors open in search for solutions
  • Looking at all means of getting more houses
  • Housing strategy: The Government's five pillars to tackle the crisis
  • Families need Government to build a workable solution to housing crisis
  • Public faces fourth day of travel disruption
IndependentIreland
  • Man arrested after woman (30s) found dead in Cork apartment
  • 'We must tackle compensation culture' - City councils pay out €63m in five years
  • From homeless and expecting at 15 to a lecturer at Trinity College
  • Now laptop, iPad and PC users will have to buy a TV licence
  • Post-mortem due today to determine identity of 'young Asian woman' who washed up in suitcase in Italy
  • Hutch associate shot after being rammed off bicycle by hitman's car
  • Thousands of passengers facing chaos as strikers get support from Dublin Bus and Irish Rail drivers
  • Tragic teenage sweethearts were on a weekend break when car collided with truck
  • 'I'm a wife!' - Lottie Ryan reveals she wed her long-term love in a low-key ceremony at the weekend
  • 'Dapper Don' Kinahan puts gang war on hold for lavish 60th birthday party in Dubai
Irish TimesIreland
  • Sinn Féin to publish no confidence motion in Garda Commissioner
  • Tributes paid after teenage couple dies in Limerick crash
  • School stress: how teachers are helping children cope with anxiety
  • Man arrested after woman’s body found in Cork apartment
  • Rescue 116: searchers aim to partially raise helicopter wreckage
  • Five things you need to know today
  • Irish Rail services operating as normal as Bus Éireann strike continues
  • Pupil violence: Tusla asks to meet school with most suspensions
  • ‘I’d love to say to an abuser: You’re going to get caught’
  • Defence given permission to question girl (14) about sexual history

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