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BBC NewsUK
  • NHS 'haemorrhaging' nurses as 33,000 leave each year
  • Why are so many nurses quitting the NHS?
  • Drivers stranded overnight on M74 as snow sweeps Scotland
  • Bayeux Tapestry to be displayed in UK for the first time
  • Ex-CIA officer Jerry Chun Shing Lee held 'in China spying case'
  • Trump's cognitive ability is normal, says White House doctor
  • YouTube toughens advert payment rules
  • Carillion: Government 'inept' over crisis, says GMB boss
  • Trump Russia: Steve Bannon refuses to answer at Congress hearing
  • Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away actress has died, hospital says
IndependentUK
  • Mother shares reality of post-childbirth bodies in honest Instagram post
  • ASOS criticised for selling 'offensive' choker with 'suicide imagery'
  • Two thirds of gender pay gap 'unexplained', says ONS
  • Ancient 'frozen' tomb of Scythian Prince found in Siberia
  • Confronting others over racist remarks has positive impact on mental health, experts suggest
  • Fitness doubts for Australia ahead of second ODI against England
  • Matt Smith in talks to play Charles Manson in movie from American Psycho director
  • Eddie Jones signs new two-year England contract extension to increase stay beyond 2019 Rugby World Cup
  • Lake District: Where to eat, drink and stay in the North West's Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Democrats win special election for Wisconsin state Senate seat held by Republicans for past 17 years
SkynewsUK
  • Catalan parliament meets in wake of secession bid
  • Bayeux Tapestry 'to go on display in the UK'
  • Interserve falls 15% as Govt 'monitors' health
  • Captive siblings: Police reveal how girl escaped
  • The normal house that hid a horrible secret
  • History made with first video review goal
  • Home and Away actress dies after car crash
  • Prosecutors to review Poppi Worthington case
  • Trump's mental health given thumbs up by doctor
  • MP sorry for 'vasectomies for unemployed' posts
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
  • Steve Bannon refuses lawmakers' questions, following 'White House instructions'
  • Yemen war: 5,000 children dead or hurt and 400,000 malnourished, UN says
  • Emmanuel Macron 'agrees to loan Bayeux Tapestry to Britain'
  • World's longest underwater cave system discovered in Mexico by divers
  • UN chief and rights groups raise concerns over Rohingya deal
  • North Korea to send cheerleaders to Winter Olympics 'peace games'
  • Australian film-maker accused of spying in Cambodia says journalism 'not a crime'
  • Turpin parents accused of 'torturing' 13 children faced no oversight for 'home school'
  • New Zealand fisheries want grisly images of dead penguins caught in nets censored
  • Woman sues man acquitted of rape in Scottish court trial
Daily Mail UK
  • Parole chief admits rapist John Worboys COULD pose risk
  • Teacher quits the profession because of energy drinks
  • Bayeux Tapestry is to be displayed in BRITAIN
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg elected head of Tory backbench Eurosceptic
  • Nadine Loveman killed son with insulin shot
  • Murder probe after Peter Farquhar died
  • Manchester woman spared ban over dead partner's speeding
  • Scottish Power broke in and changed our locks over bill
  • Family of 'The General' ordered to pay back £13million
  • Backyard of the Turpin household in California is seen
Mirror UK
  • Cristiano Ronaldo's 'staggering wage demands could to lead to Real Madrid exit'
  • Family's home so infested with mould there are mushrooms growing out of the walls
  • Scientists discover world's longest underwater cave in Mayan heartland packed with remains of early humans
  • Grieving mum hauled into court over speeding offences clocked up by her boyfriend just days before his death
  • Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United, City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea latest from the January window
  • Mysterious object spotted on Google Earth could be US hypersonic spy plane, say conspiracy theorists
  • Why Alexis Sanchez had doubts about Manchester City transfer
  • More than 120 measles cases in UK confirmed as infectious disease spreads to five areas
  • "She's earned her sparkly pink angel wings": Brave five-year-old captured in heartbreaking photo with distraught granddad dies from cancer
  • Stalin's 'ice palace' built during Cold War is MELTING thanks to global warming
Evening Standard UK
  • Plans resubmitted for axed Margaret Thatcher statue in Parliament Square
  • eBayers cash in on 'racist' H&M hoodie row with bids for the jumper hitting £1,400
  • Tech companies urged to 'strain every muscle' to remove extremist material from sites
  • TfL accused of failing to tell passengers about 'second Northern line' run by rival firm
  • Traffic banned from City street for construction of 'Can of Ham' tower
  • Youth workers could be sent to regional hospitals after hike in gang violence linked to 'county lines' drug wars
  • Revealed: full details of Donald Trump's medical report... as #GirtherMovement Twitter campaign calls for Trump to step on the scales
  • Meteor over Detroit: Incredible dashcam footage shows giant fireball hurtling towards ground before sparking 2.0 magnitude earthquake
  • Bitcoin price continues to fall... as Vladimir Putin says legal regulation of cryptocurrency is 'definitely required'
  • Turpin family: California 'House of Horrors' children 'forced on military-style night marches', neighbours reveal
Daily StarUK
  • BREAKING: Travel CHAOS as major London train station CLOSED
  • Weather LIVE: Hundreds stranded and schools shut as THUNDERSNOW and Storm Fionn batter UK
  • WWE champ ARRESTED for 'drink-driving' and could face severe punishment
  • UK braced for SECOND named storm TONIGHT after 80mph Fionn and FOOT of snow wreak havoc
  • Alexis Sanchez transfer: Girlfriend in CRYPTIC message on Instagram amid Man Utd rumours
  • WW3: Is this the final straw? Satellite images show 'North Korea on brink of ANOTHER test'
  • Magaluf mayor vows to 'ELIMINATE drunken' Brits in 2018 crackdown
  • ‘NONSENSE’ Experts question if Sex Robot Samantha 'will orgasm more for nice men'
  • Kate Middleton drops HUGE hint on sex of royal baby
  • REVEALED: Donald Trump’s hair loss drug’s shocking side effects
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • Aussie flu strain found in 37% of influenza cases in North Wales as 52 people currently in hospital battling illness
  • Almost 80 speeding drivers a DAY 'putting lives at risk' on North Wales roads
  • Thundersnow risk as wintry Storm Fionn grips North Wales
  • New Express Motors to bid for licence to operate Gwynedd bus services
  • 'Our hearts are broken' say band mates of musician whose body was found in Snowdonia
  • Ryanair has changed its baggage rules - here's how to make sure you don't get caught out
  • Alps coach crash survivor Catrin Pugh proudly shows off her scars for new campaign
  • Man told he can't demolish his £2m Abersoch home and replace it with bold clifftop property
  • Man thought alleged robbery was 'a joke' court hears
  • Johnny Dough's in Trip Advisor row over 'bigoted' review
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Carer pulled Huntington's Disease sufferer 'like rag doll' and put her outside to get sunburned, court hears
  • Measles outbreak feared as cases confirmed in Greater Manchester
  • Police searching for pensioner who went missing without coat during snow storm
  • Elderly man dies after being hit by car on Chester Road
  • More snow and wintry showers could be on way as warning of strong winds is issued
  • List of First and Stagecoach bus service changes due to overnight snow
  • LIVE: Roads and schools closed as snow causes travel disruption
  • Live: Manchester breaking news - Metrolink delays to Rochdale via Oldham services due to signalling problem
  • What are your rights if you can't get into work due to the snow?
  • Top surgeon calls for inquiry into Royal Manchester Children's Hospital and says warnings were 'ignored'
Daily ExpressUK
  • ‘Brexit is CATASTROPHIC!’ Juncker finally admits British ‘never felt comfortable in EU’
  • Labour now ‘completely taken over’ by Corbyn’s ‘leftist clique’, warns Sir Tony Robinson
  • Brussels SHOCK: Switzerland preparing to END EU free movement with Brexit-style referendum
  • UK weather latest: Snow storms hit - Met Office issues AMBER weather warning - travel news
  • Prince Charles' 'true side' to be revealed in 'explosive' unauthorised biography
  • ‘Is this going to happen?’ - Evan Davis SHOCKED as new Brexit referendum claims spread
  • Farage reveals the ONE thing which shows Barnier is working with Remoaners to KILL Brexit
  • 'If you voted to leave' Redwood's BRILLIANT point SHUTS DOWN Scottish MP's Brexit argument
  • Let them leave! Austrian MEP blasts EU leaders for attempts to lure UK back to Brussels
  • Tropical Cyclone Berguitta PATH LIVE: Latest track towards Mauritius and La Réunion
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Councils have already spent entire winter roads budget
  • Scottish Labour accused of hypocrisy over Carillion lobbyist
  • Iain Macwhirter: A heavy price will have to be paid for this failure of privatisation
  • LIVE UPDATES: Heavy snow brings travel chaos to Scotland
  • Matthew Lindsay: Sudden outbreak of common sense at Ibrox augurs well for Rangers' future prospects
  • National Museum of Scotland in colonialism row after 'unsettling' exhibition
  • New misconduct referral against Chief Constable
  • Doctor warns minimum pricing may trigger shift from alcohol to painkiller abuse
  • Novel way to store books leads to spineless abuse
  • Legal aid crisis deepens in run up to new police duty regime
ScotsmanUK
  • Scottish economy grows but still trails UK
  • Support for Labour and SNP down in Scotland - poll
  • Scottish Labour calls for no confidence vote on Holyrood budget
  • Three SNP MPs seek to strengthen parental bereavement bill
  • RBS criticised for ‘discriminating’ against rural Scottish communities
  • Scotland’s weather: 80mph gales and three more days of snow
  • Heavy snow causes closure of all schools in Scottish borders
  • Drivers stranded on M74 overnight as heavy snow hits Scotland
  • Richard Meade: Who cares for the carers in their time of need?
  • Obituary: Dolores O’Riordan, troubled lead singer for Irish rock band The Cranberries
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • LIVE UPDATES: Drivers urged to 'be prepared' as heavy snowfall overnight brings roads to gridlock
  • Shocking moment runaway lorry causes carnage in icy conditions near Airdrie
  • A sudden outbreak of common sense in the recruitment policy at Ibrox augurs well for Rangers' future prospects
  • First Bus makes U-turn on steep fares hike for unemployed
  • Misery on the M74: Six-mile tailbacks as mountain rescue rush to aid of overnight drivers
  • Strong contender for Glasgow's worst pothole in Evening Times #spothole campaign
  • Ex-Rangers star Nacho Novo leaves Berlin hospital and is set to return to Glasgow after heart attack
  • Former Celtic star Kris Commons tips 'not the brightest' Jason Cummings to handle life at Rangers
  • Councillors in crunch vote on equal pay ruling
  • Closure of elderly care hospital prompts fears over jobs and bed shortages
Northwales PioneerUK
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Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Councils have already spent entire winter roads budget
  • Scottish Labour accused of hypocrisy over Carillion lobbyist
  • Iain Macwhirter: A heavy price will have to be paid for this failure of privatisation
  • LIVE UPDATES: Heavy snow brings travel chaos to Scotland
  • Matthew Lindsay: Sudden outbreak of common sense at Ibrox augurs well for Rangers' future prospects
  • National Museum of Scotland in colonialism row after 'unsettling' exhibition
  • New misconduct referral against Chief Constable
  • Doctor warns minimum pricing may trigger shift from alcohol to painkiller abuse
  • Novel way to store books leads to spineless abuse
  • Legal aid crisis deepens in run up to new police duty regime
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Weather: Northern Ireland paralysed as snow chaos hits transport, schools and power supplies
  • Snow chaos gave Translink 'no option' but to suspend Northern Ireland Metro and Ulsterbus services
  • Park rape claim Belfast boy feared for his life, court is told
  • Come home: Missing Belfast man Michael Cullen's sister in emotional plea as search enters second week
  • Northern Ireland nurses 'face £1k costs for returning to profession'
  • Joe Brolly: Catholics have lost faith in Northern Ireland’s shared society
  • Former 'Sam's Yer Man' building on market for £575,000
  • 'Lifeline' for Carillion to continue some work in Northern Ireland
  • IPSO ruling
  • Battle is on to stop NI Water from knocking down 'historic' barracks
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
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Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • TRAFFIC & TRAVEL: The latest on road conditions and public transport
  • Shankill bomb victim brands West Tyrone agreed candidate idea ‘toxic’
  • Omagh bomb victim: I’ll take on Sinn Fein in McElduff’s old seat
  • Twenty-five crashes by rush hour as NI braces for more snow
  • Countdown to local beef event
  • Craigavon Emergency Department ‘worst yet’ amid calls for immediate action
  • Touch of Tartan to support BHF
  • McElduff resignation: Omagh campaigner hails ‘imaginative idea’ of victims’ candidate
  • TRAFFIC ALERT: Road closed after one-vehicle crash
  • Up to four inches of snow expected in parts of Northern Ireland
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • EU at a decisive point in its future - Varadkar
  • Treatment Abroad Scheme 'too complex' for patients
  • Caution urged as Storm Fionn brings high winds, snow
  • What is the Treatment Abroad Scheme?
  • Ex-garda warns against 'witch hunt' over Kerry Babies
  • Could you pass the cognitive test Donald Trump took?
  • Dáil to debate report on Eighth Amendment
  • Nations consider tougher North Korea sanctions
  • France set to loan Bayeux Tapestry to UK
  • One story: Experience of the Treatment Abroad Scheme
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Lack of birth-defects register a threat to health
  • Secondary principals welcome restoration of middle-management posts
  • Inmates fear gangs in Mountjoy Prison
  • Liverpool roll out the Red carpet for super fan Richy
  • €900k for family of cyclist killed after he was struck by car
  • President urged to clarify if he plans to seek second term
  • British soldiers’ admiration for Irish recruitment videos
IndependentIreland
  • Gardaí to seek DNA samples from locals in hunt for Kerry baby killer
  • Dolores O'Riordan post-mortem results now due for release tomorrow
  • Who is Dr Ronny L Jackson? The White House doctor behind Trump's medical test
  • Storm Fionn aftermath: Thousands of people without power, snow and strong winds forecast
  • Mother would require €120k salary to make amount she receives in State benefits - court hears
  • 'It's everything we hoped for and more'- Taoiseach reaffirms Ireland's commitment to membership of EU
  • Inside the daily life of the California couple who 'chained starving children to beds'
  • Donald Trump 'did exceedingly well' on cognitive exam - could you pass the test?
  • 'Second chances shouldn't apply to sport' - Luke Fitzgerald weighs in on Gerbrandt Grobler doping debate
  • Family's fears mount after 'keen cyclist' vanishes in Israeli desert
Irish TimesIreland
  • War on plastics: Brussels plans series of measures ahead of 2030 target
  • Dublin Zoo monkeys staged daring escape during Storm Ophelia
  • Iceland becomes first supermarket to vow to eliminate plastic packaging
  • Heavy snowfall and ice give way to alerts for high winds and flooding
  • Hillwalkers appeal High Court decision on Wicklow walking route
  • New agency will assemble large banks of State land for housing
  • Scientology rehab centre has no basis in science, says department
  • Garda association leaders to face pressure over scathing report
  • Award-winning Asperger blogger raising funds to tag raptors
  • CAO Countdown: Will I get a grant to cut my education costs?

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