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BBC NewsUK
  • England make World Cup history
  • World Cup 2018: England 6-1 Panama highlights
  • Turkey election: Erdogan leads in early results
  • Prince William makes historic visit to Middle East
  • Thomas Markle's royal wedding suit worn to Ascot
  • Jacinda Ardern baby: PM reveals daughter's name
  • Business Brexit 'threats' are 'inappropriate' says Hunt
  • Kilauea volcano lava creeps closer to Hawaii homes
  • Child obesity plan targets sweets at checkouts
  • SNP MPs 'may not back Heathrow expansion'
IndependentUK
  • French Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel handed penalty for first-lap collision
  • Was George Orwell secretly a reactionary snitch? How the author became an internet meme and target of the hard left
  • World Cup 2018: England will not play for second place in Group G insists Gareth Southgate
  • 'Everything is an adventure now': Saudi women celebrate new driving freedoms as ban is lifted
  • East Coast Main Line returns to public ownership after 'total failure of privatisation'
  • Poland vs Colombia LIVE World Cup 2018: Prediction, how to watch online, what time, what channel, team news, line-ups, betting odds
  • World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah considering Egypt future over political controversy with Chechnya leader
  • Germany explosion: Blast in Wuppertal destroys building and leaves dozens of casualties
  • Japan vs Senegal LIVE World Cup 2018: Latest score, goals and updates plus prediction, how to watch online, team news, line-ups
  • Turkey elections: Voters hopeful for change on pivotal polling day for country's future
SkynewsUK
  • World Cup goalfest! England through with record 6-1 win
  • Ministers hit back at Airbus over Brexit 'threat'
  • Boy, 15, stabbed to death after birthday party
  • Prince William on diplomatically sensitive tour
  • Fox: Longer Brexit transition 'doesn't bother me'
  • Inquiry 'ignored' evidence about dangerous syringes
  • 'You're not welcome', Trump's press secretary told
  • World Cup 2018: Japan v Senegal
  • 'Picture of devastation' as building blast injures 25
  • 'Overjoyed' Brigitte Nielsen, 54, welcomes fifth child
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
  • Turkey elections 2018: Erdoğan faces challenge from Ince – live updates
  • 'I feel free like a bird': Saudi women celebrate as driving ban lifted
  • England into World Cup knockout stage as Kane hat-trick leads 6-1 Panama rout
  • Expert: Sarah Sanders broke ethics rules with tweet about restaurant ejection
  • Tony Blair says Trump must reassure EU of support for bloc
  • Boris Becker defends his diplomatic status in passport row
  • Dozens injured by explosion at apartment block in west Germany
  • You're on your own, US tells Syrian rebels, as Assad goes on offensive
  • Jeremy Hunt hits back at Airbus over Brexit warnings on jobs
  • 'All I hear is my daughter, crying': a Salvadoran father's plight after separation at border
Daily Mail UK
  • Cannabis on the NHS for children 'by 2019': Claim made by UK’s biggest legal refiner of drug
  • Women can hit the road in Saudi Arabia: Female motorists celebrate the end of country's driving ban
  • Police help create a burglar-beating garden featuring impenetrable hedges and gravel pathways
  • MI5 terror alert as five jihadi leaders linked to London Bridge attack set to be let out of jail
  • Thousands of elderly patients may have died prematurely due to faulty opiate syringe pumps
  • US soldiers at the North Korean border prepare to retrieve remains of American soldiers
  • Police launch murder probe after body of woman in her 50s found in Greenwich
  • 100,000 march in London to demand a second EU referendum
  • Operation Protect Trump: 10,000 police and SAS will guard the President
  • Kit Harington and Rose Leslie wedding: Bride arrives in lace gown
Mirror UK
  • Harry Maguire shows how far he's come by recreating Euro 2016 fan pic with same lads - inside World Cup 2018 stadium
  • Japan 1-1 Senegal live score and goal updates from World Cup 2018 Group H clash in Yekaterinburg
  • Woman spotted doing handstand and yoga poses on the edge of crumbling cliff
  • Sunday Brunch's Tim Lovejoy blasted for quizzing Susanna Reid about her TV hubby Piers Morgan
  • Dear Coleen: Fiancé’s family prioritise his ex while I’m left out
  • Eurostar chaos as power failure causes trains to stop with hundreds suffering cancellations and delays
  • Tributes pour in for young man 'who never bothered anybody' found dead in a park as police open murder probe
  • Teenager's horrific injuries as '30 attackers jumped on him in brutal beating that left him covered in blood'
  • Katie Price's toyboy Kris Boyson fondles her boobs as they writhe in a hot tub after her 40th birthday party
  • Theresa May suffers worst blow yet - as Tory MP reveals he'd rather share a desert island with Trump
Evening Standard UK
  • Hundreds of Eurostar passengers caught in SIX HOURS of delays with vast queues at St Pancras and Gare du Nord 'due to power failure'
  • Prince William arrives in Jordan for historic five-day tour of Middle East
  • US woman labelled 'Permit Patty' and bombarded with abuse after 'calling police on girl, 8, who was selling water in the street'
  • Jeremy Hunt hits back at Airbus over Brexit warning deeming business 'completely inappropriate'
  • There's no UK halloumi shortage, supermarkets insist... amid fears of supply chain woe on barbecue weekend
  • White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders kicked out of restaurant because she works for Donald Trump
  • 15-year-old boy brutally hacked to death on Bronx streets in a case of mistaken identity
  • Details of Donald Trump's UK visit 'revealed': US president will 'tour country for three days'
  • Romford stabbing: boy, 15, knifed to death after '100 youths' turn up to birthday party at community centre
  • London acid victim Resham Khan posts picture showing amazing recovery one year on from attack
Daily StarUK
  • England vs Panama: Fans STUNNED after Three Lions World Cup THRASHING
  • England WAGs sizzle in Panama World Cup THRASHING
  • England fans RINSE Danny Murphy over commentary on Panama match
  • Footie legends Alex Ferguson and Glenn Hoddle hit with ‘nightmare’ £1 billion tax bill
  • England star Jesse Lingard texts model friend 'everything is AMAZING' ahead of Panama game
  • Glitter boobs, fancy dress & top music: Isle of Wight Festival revellers go WILD
  • Panama did something VERY SNEAKY when England celebrated Harry Kane’s penalty
  • Isle of Wight World Cup CARNAGE: Revellers go MENTAL at England’s Panama hammering
  • England fans are loving THIS hilarious tweet by Liverpool star James Milner
  • England fans FLOCK to Russia amid predictions Three Lions will WIN tournament
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • Cancer fighter Jules Peters hails the man she calls her lifesaver
  • North Wales gave all these places their names, but do the similarities end there?
  • Grieving mum's new anguish as little daughter's grave she lovingly decorated stripped bare in the name of 'health and safety'
  • Stunning drone footage shows beauty of Llyn Peninsula in the summer
  • Baby joy for Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan
  • Woman rescued 'just in time' after late night swim off Colwyn Bay
  • Llandudno woman who was first person in UK diagnosed with Lyme disease on how she suffers its effects still
  • 'Concern' over dozens of children being treated for sex diseases at North Wales hospitals
  • Game of Thrones star who got 'down and dirty' on North Wales stag weds former co-star
  • North Wales's oldest pubs...and the ghosts that haunt them
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Missing Nigel Rees failed to turn up at Manchester Airport to fly to Greece with friends, and hasn't been seen since Friday
  • Bringing up Baby - How in 1948 Manchester made the world's first computer
  • Manchester Airport Terminal One evacuated after fire alarm glass smashed
  • The greatest England footy anthem ever? How New Order and the England team created World in Motion
  • Round the councils - what's happened in your town halls this week
  • Man dies after being hit by a train at East Didsbury Railway Station
  • How do they get the Etihad and Old Trafford pitches perfect after a summer of gigs?
  • As it prepares to celebrate its eightieth birthday - this is the remarkable story of Manchester Airport
  • Family devastated after callous thieves steal war veteran grandfather's ashes from car boot
  • Lotto results: Winning numbers for National Lottery and Thunderball on Saturday, June 23
Daily ExpressUK
  • Angela Merkel could be gone in WEEKS over German immigration row, Nigel Farage warns
  • SCHENGEN AT STAKE: Italy stuns EU as Conte reveals shock migrant plan at summit
  • Turkey election day shooting: Politician from opposition party among three killed
  • World Cup 2018: WATCH England fans GO WILD as Three Lions deliver 6-1 victory on Panama
  • Project Fear DISMANTLED as Boeing announces 'AMBITIOUS' £40m plan for Brexit Britain
  • Merkel ally backs ITALY in migrant row as he warns country could WALK AWAY from EU
  • Anti-Brexit campaigner confronted with 30 polls with majority REJECTING second referendum
  • England fans erupt after 6-1 win to Panama securing place in next round of World Cup
  • 'We're not kidding!' Liam Fox warns Brussels that Britain WILL NOT accept a bad deal
  • Queen hands over key job to Meghan Markle as Prince Harry’s wife wows Royal Family
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Fears over "culture of secrecy" at Glasgow School of Art after Mackintosh fire
  • A mother's plea: "Cystic Fibrosis is still a killer of young people. That's why we need Orkambi."
  • Iain Macwhirter: Don't dignify Trump by violence – turn his Scottish visit into a carnival of contempt
  • Former spokesman for the Defend Tommy Sheridan campaign hired by Scottish Labour
  • Revealed: the missing safety checks at ravaged Glasgow School of Art fire
  • Assisted suicide laws would be 'unethical and wide open to abuse'
  • Former Greenock Morton chairman Douglas Rae has died at 87
  • Nia Griffith: Labour not going back on decision to support trident
  • East Coast Main Line trains back under public control
  • Glasgow School of Art fire: Glasgow's Garnethill community 'let down' by authorities in wake of blaze
ScotsmanUK
  • New Zealand PM thanks Duke and Duchess of Essex in new baby blunder
  • Danny Murphy slammed over ‘biased, garbage’ England World Cup commentary
  • Police Scotland paid out £10k repairing damage due to potholes
  • Labour ‘not going back’ on decision to support Trident
  • Glasgow School of Art fire suppression system ‘weeks away’
  • Majority of Scots ‘would pay more tax to help NHS’
  • Text messages ‘could be used to remind accused of court dates’
  • Loganair to launch new European routes
  • Glasgow School of Art blaze ‘shows need for nationwide action’
  • Labour pushes for publicly owned railways after ScotRail ‘misses targets’
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Glasgow paedophile admits to abusing boys as young as NINE while football coaching in Easterhouse
  • Glasgow School of Art fire was like 'battling a volcano', say firefighters
  • Glasgow School of Art fire suppression system ‘was weeks away from being installed’
  • Warning over small paper square drug after Paisley seizure
  • Hunt for ‘gaunt’ thugs who kicked and punched man, 56, in violent Paisley robbery
  • First look: Iconic Glasgow West End church converted into luxury apartments
  • Glasgow to investigate cap on private hire vehicles
  • Glasgow to become as hot as TENERIFE as summer sun returns
  • Stay clear of rail lines, warn grieving Clydebank family
  • Drug gangs using kids as young as 12 as mules to import heroin
Northwales PioneerUK
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Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Fears over "culture of secrecy" at Glasgow School of Art after Mackintosh fire
  • A mother's plea: "Cystic Fibrosis is still a killer of young people. That's why we need Orkambi."
  • Iain Macwhirter: Don't dignify Trump by violence – turn his Scottish visit into a carnival of contempt
  • Former spokesman for the Defend Tommy Sheridan campaign hired by Scottish Labour
  • Revealed: the missing safety checks at ravaged Glasgow School of Art fire
  • Assisted suicide laws would be 'unethical and wide open to abuse'
  • Former Greenock Morton chairman Douglas Rae has died at 87
  • Nia Griffith: Labour not going back on decision to support trident
  • East Coast Main Line trains back under public control
  • Glasgow School of Art fire: Glasgow's Garnethill community 'let down' by authorities in wake of blaze
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Some may be uncomfortable but I am leader of party that promotes a shared society: DUP's Foster applauded at GAA Ulster final
  • Donegal crowned Ulster Champions with Fermanagh victory
  • Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run crash
  • 25 injured in building explosion in Germany
  • Love Island’s Kendall ‘shocked’ by Adam’s behaviour
  • Jogger detained for two weeks after accidental US border crossing
  • Trump press secretary says she was told to leave Virginia restaurant
  • France and Belgium seek Unesco recognition for WWI memorials
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
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Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Event marks 60 years of Ireland's peacekeeping role
  • Arrest in connection with death of Tallaght man
  • Italy: EU states should share migrants or see funds cut
  • Arlene Foster attends Ulster GAA final in Clones
  • Erdogan takes early lead in Turkish elections
  • Country set to bask in sweltering heat next week
  • Opposition putting pressure on Government over Brexit
  • Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run collision in Dublin
  • Elderly woman dies in Co Meath house fire
  • Iran nuclear deal collapse would be 'very dangerous'
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Comment: If Dave Taylor let the cat out of the bag, it can’t be put back in now
  • James Comey would welcome Dublin chance to sway Hillary Clinton's view
  • Sky Ocean Rescue campaign to ditch plastic gains momentum
  • Tusla spends 90k on PR
  • Judge criticises insurance firms for settling claims and ‘blaming Government’
  • Notice to leave Leeside Apartment building ‘is valid’
  • Phil Hogan vows to protect farmer incomes
IndependentIreland
  • Young man found dead in park 'was victim of frenzied attack'
  • 'We are the forgotten people' - South Dublin residents enraged by 10km daily detour following 8 month road closure
  • WATCH: Are we ever happy with the weather? Irish people's biggest complaints about the heatwave
  • 'I'm not a scared kid any more' - Rape victim waives anonymity after attacker seeks removal from sex offenders' register
  • This Irish woman recounts her unlikely friendship with Meghan Markle as a dogwalker in Toronto
  • Dublin vs Laois: Jim Gavin's men aiming for eighth consecutive Leinster title as Laois eye shock upset
  • History made in Clones as Arlene Foster becomes first DUP leader to attend Ulster football final
  • Gardaí release details of suspect vehicle in fatal hit-and-run
  • From schoolboy stars to test match battles: David Pocock shares brilliant throwback picture with Conor Murray
  • Ireland's Hidden Heartlands: Top 10 things to do in Ireland's newest tourism region
Irish TimesIreland
  • Woman dies in house fire in Co Meath
  • Arlene Foster cheered as she attends her first Ulster GAA final
  • President pays tribute to Irish peacekeepers on 60th anniversary of missions abroad
  • Adam Muldoon repeatedly stabbed in fatal attack in Tallaght
  • Fire service called to large fire started by BBQ in Stepaside
  • ‘Don’t fob me off like you tried with Mary Wilson’: Luas passengers vent their anger
  • Community ‘shaken to its foundation’ by Cameron Reilly’s death, mass told
  • Seaweed harvesting to proceed in west Cork despite legal challenge
  • Man (30s) killed in hit-and-run in Swords
  • Warnings issued over forest fires in ongoing heatwave

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