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BBC NewsUK
  • Trump executive order pulls out of TPP trade deal
  • Trident: Defence Secretary refuses to give test missile details
  • Michelle O'Neill is Sinn Féin's new leader north of the border
  • Air pollution 'very high' in England, says Defra
  • Italy avalanche: Puppies rescued from hotel after five days
  • Gorden Kaye: 'Allo 'Allo!'s Rene Artois dies aged 75
  • Dean Saunders' mother: 'I told prison officials he would kill himself'
  • Browned toast and potatoes are 'potential cancer risk', say food scientists
  • Tunisia attack: Victim Trudy Jones identified by her nail polish
  • GCHQ director Robert Hannigan resigns
IndependentUK
  • Nobby Stiles case has boosted campaign for research into football and brain disease, say supporters
  • Trump calls time on America's trade deals - what does it all mean?
  • This is what will happen if Trump really does move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem
  • Fifa confirms draw for World Cup 2018 in Russia will take place in the Kremlin
  • Inside Europe's first underwater museum, where climate change cannot be ignored
  • Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban praises Donald Trump's 'America First' nationalism
  • What happens if Donald Trump moves the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?
  • Chinese New Year 2017: Recipes to celebrate the year of the rooster
  • Residents of the Deep South pick up pieces after tornadoes leave 19 dead
  • Merkel advisors say Germany has 'given up' on Donald Trump acting like a President
SkynewsUK
  • PM was told about Trident missile test
  • Trump takes US out of Pacific trade deal
  • Pound climbs as Trump fears hit US dollar
  • Allo Allo! star Gorden Kaye dies aged 75
  • Michelle O'Neill to lead Sinn Fein in Stormont
  • First Tunisia victims 'didn't stand a chance'
  • Brexit: Article 50 court case explained
  • Author 'forgetful and tired' before death
  • Flights cancelled as freezing fog grips UK
  • Madonna defends blow up White House 'metaphor'
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
  • Trump withdraws from Trans-Pacific Partnership amid flurry of orders
  • Exiled former president Yahya Jammeh 'stole $11.4m' from the Gambia
  • 'Your only right is to obey': lawyer describes torture in China's secret jails
  • Tamil Nadu passes order to lift bull-taming ban after angry protests
  • Michael Fallon accused of keeping MPs in dark over Trident failure
  • Italian avalanche: hope for survivors after three puppies found alive in rubble
  • Netherlands PM says those who don't respect customs should leave
  • Syria peace talks: rebels appear to rule out ceasefire role for Iran
  • Three men arrested in Sweden after Facebook Live 'gang-rape'
  • Star Wars: Episode VIII has an official title: The Last Jedi
Daily Mail UK
  • Allo Allo star Gorden Kaye dies in his care home aged 75
  • Berkeley to make homes built almost entirely in factories
  • Internet troll says he's is 'glad' at cancer teen's death
  • UK weather: Heathrow flights cancelled as fog covers UK
  • Helen Bailey's mother says she was 'uneasy' about fiance
  • Woman funds gender surgery with £100k from strangers
  • Three puppies are pulled from devastation of Italian hotel
  • Son furious as care staff call his dead father a crackhead
  • Stevenage teacher had affair with a 15-year-old schoolboy
  • Plans to bury copies of the Koran at a Birmingham cemetery
Mirror UK
  • Liverpool legend Steve Nicol says Reds' leaky defence will cost them shot at Premier League title
  • Ryan Mason latest updates as Hull ace is "delighted" to see his team-mates and family after skull surgery
  • Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea latest from the January window
  • Brits wasting £558m on unused gym memberships - with 11% saying they haven't been in a YEAR
  • City infested with UK's most venomous spider sends in pest controllers to sweep homes
  • Hornchurch explosion: Police, ambulance crews and 60 firefighters at the scene of blast at block of flats
  • Everything we know so far about Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Episode VIII's release date, cast and whether Carrie Fisher will feature
  • Are Tesco shoppers getting bum deal? Supermarket accused of reducing number of sheets in loo rolls
  • Chloe Ferry 'left CBB house EARLY after Channel 5 bosses gave her preferential treatment'
  • Paris Saint-Germain confirm interest in Manchester United target Goncalo Guedes
Evening Standard UK
  • Hornchurch explosion: Homes evacuated after blast at block of flats in east London
  • Donald Trump revives ban funding groups performing abortions overseas
  • Italy avalanche: Adorable puppies rescued from crushed hotel raise hope for more survivors
  • All Londoners - including the fit and healthy - warned over breathing toxic air as Sadiq Khan issues highest possible pollution alert
  • One of Britain's top intelligence chiefs Robert Hannigan quits as GCHQ director after just two years
  • Tram services to be suspended between Wimbledon and Mitcham for ten days
  • Police hunt serial flasher who exposed himself to dog walkers in London woods
  • Jailed: City drug dealer who hid 30 bags of cocaine inside socks
  • Police remove Tube advert for 'Denial' film about anti-Semitism it was daubed with Star of David
  • Diesel price reaches two year high
Daily StarUK
  • ‘Better than a 147’ Snooker fans go wild for amazing escape
  • Brutal Siberian freeze cripples UK as maps show WHERE will be hit worst
  • Melania Trump's EPICALLY BAD moment from the inauguration you may have missed
  • Mum shuns ‘CURSED’ baby as 2nd tragic deformed red-eyed tot born
  • Deadly virus outbreak will WIPE OUT life on 'unprepared' Earth – shock warn
  • Can YOU spot the fox in this sneaky optical illusion?
  • BREAKING: Explosion rips through block of flats in London
  • Couple on 'worst date EVER' get savagely taken out by wild bull on the loose
  • 'Gunman' on the loose sparks air force base lockdown
  • 'She tows like a dream' Boxer Tyson Fury shows off flash Ferrari next to his caravan
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • F-35 stealth jet deal can help North Wales economy 'fire in all cylinders'
  • First drive: 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 5h
  • Caernarfon man on the run hunted by police
  • Llandudno's Johnny Dough's forced to remove sign by conservation chiefs as not 'Victorian enough'
  • Paul Groom murder detectives release CCTV bus passenger images
  • Conwy council leader threatened with court over failing to pay council tax
  • This dog gives Buster in the John Lewis ad a run for his money
  • Watch new Llandudno Junction super school taking shape
  • Long-running Anglesey music festival will not return, say organisers
  • Freezing fog warning for North Wales
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Coronation Street spoilers: What happens on Corrie tonight?
  • WATCH: What happens next after Phelan killed Andy on Coronation Street
  • Staff at restaurant robbed at knifepoint
  • Celebs Go Dating: Line-up for the new series is revealed
  • Supermarket worker hit over head with hammer during armed robbery
  • Why trying to sleep for eight hours straight and snoozing your alarm is bad for you
  • Stacy Francis blows up at Kim Woodburn in another epic Celebrity Big Brother row
  • Piracy fighters have a warning for people misusing Kodi... they're after you
  • First drive: 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 5h
  • Hundreds turn out to pay tribute to brave five-year-old Josh McCormack who died of cancer
Daily ExpressUK
  • BREAKING: Explosion in East London - Homes evacuated after ‘blast’ in Hornchurch
  • Is the EU's TTIP now under threat? Donald Trump scraps controversial TPP trade deal
  • 'You CAN'T leave!' EU threatens France and Italy with MAMMOTH bill if they quit the euro
  • Scotland's trip to Brussels: MSPs in hunt for allies to keep Britain chained to EU
  • AMERICA’S BREXIT? Trump's new bill could pull USA out of United Nations in funding row
  • 'BLATANT LIES' Moment Sarah-Jane Mee LOSES IT with Greg Clark in heated Sky News interview
  • Dog left to freeze to death 'as family dumped it outside airport in –30C to go on holiday'
  • World's most tragic tale? Baby born with rare disease REJECTED by her mother as CURSED
  • Andrew Marr HUMILIATES Nick Clegg for 'HATING BREXIT and wishing it never happened'
  • Theresa May must take action 'IMMEDIATELY' if judges uphold Brexit challenge, Tory MPs say
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Nicola Sturgeon: If May doesn't show Scotland some respect, I'll let Scots choose own future
  • Theresa May was briefed on exercise that saw Trident nuclear missile fail key test
  • David Torrance: Trump's attacks on the media's legitimacy is downright dangerous
  • Head of major English trains operator is new ScotRail boss
  • Forth Road Bridge reopening picks up civil engineering award
  • Muslim mother and daughter to be first hijab wearing police officers in Scotland
  • Bus pass eligibility age could rise amid cash crisis
  • MSPs say "unpopular" measures needed to tackle Scotland's obesity crisis
  • Theresa May vows to shape 'stronger future' as she unveils industrial strategy
  • Footballer who judge ruled raped woman retires from game
ScotsmanUK
  • The mysterious monument to a witch called Maggie Wall
  • Revealed: Name of next Star Wars instalment announced
  • Michael Fallon questioned over Trident misfire in Commons
  • Community groups now able to stake a claim in public assets
  • Brendan Rodgers chuckles at showmanship of Sir Rod Stewart
  • Gorden Kaye, ‘Allo ‘Allo! actor, dies aged 75
  • 3 teenagers hospitalised after crash on A713 in Ayrshire
  • Scottish monk accused of child abuse arrested in Sydney
  • Michelle O’Neill becomes new Sinn Fein leader in Northern Ireland
  • Nakedness, tattoos and man buns - how Pictish warriors shook up the enemy
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Greggs revamp will see 100 bakery jobs lost, union claims
  • Detectives step up hunt for gunman after botched shooting of Ross Monaghan near primary school
  • Gang of ram-raiders target three shops in Lanarkshire in dawn break-ins
  • Two members of drugs gang jailed for 10 years
  • Body of shooting victim Euan 'EJ' Johnston still not released to relatives
  • Forth Road Bridge reopening picks up civil engineering award
  • Actor Gorden Kaye, 'Allo 'Allo!'s cafe owner Rene Artois dies aged 75
  • CCTV released in hunt for pro-independence pub raider
  • Search for buggy used in botched shooting of Ross Monaghan takes Scottish cops as far as China
  • Chris Jack: Old Firm face different scenarios if clubs come calling for their top talents
Northwales PioneerUK
    • Appeal for witnesses after attempted robbery in Colwyn Bay
    • Rhos on Sea church flasher in court
    • Abergele worker who found "Star" of the mountain named finalist in love competition
    • Tidal power lagoon dream edging closer for coastal areas of Wales including Colwyn Bay
    • Missing man with links to Llandudno
    • Eyes of the world to be on Donald Trump as he is sworn in as the 45th US president
    • Rhos on Sea students raise awareness of food waste impact
    • Chester FC 1 Wrexham AFC 1
    • Inquiry after five-week-old baby boy dies
    • First Minister pays visit to new Llandudno restaurant site and pledges £190,000 for developmentrestaurant
Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Nicola Sturgeon: If May doesn't show Scotland some respect, I'll let Scots choose own future
  • Theresa May was briefed on exercise that saw Trident nuclear missile fail key test
  • David Torrance: Trump's attacks on the media's legitimacy is downright dangerous
  • Head of major English trains operator is new ScotRail boss
  • Forth Road Bridge reopening picks up civil engineering award
  • Muslim mother and daughter to be first hijab wearing police officers in Scotland
  • Bus pass eligibility age could rise amid cash crisis
  • MSPs say "unpopular" measures needed to tackle Scotland's obesity crisis
  • Theresa May vows to shape 'stronger future' as she unveils industrial strategy
  • Footballer who judge ruled raped woman retires from game
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Sinn Fein name Michelle O'Neill as new ‘leader of the North’ to succeed Martin McGuinness
  • How does SF's Michelle O'Neill measure up to Arlene Foster?
  • David Lyness in court over murder of Lurgan woman Anita Downey
  • Trident row: SDLP demands explanation after claims nuclear deterrent missile malfunctioned off the coast of Florida
  • 'Allo 'Allo! star Gorden Kaye dies aged 75
  • Air pollution levels soar in Belfast, Londonderry, Armagh and Newry
  • UUP MLA Ross Hussey standing down on health grounds
  • Northern Ireland house fires claim lives of Ards man and woman in her 90s in Jonesborough
  • Dental lecturer 'overheard having sex in office'
  • Bangor man's wife tells murder suspect Binotti to hand himself in
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
    • Minister confirms goldmine public inquiry
    • Headbutted wife and repeatedly banged her head off a cupboard
    • Michelle O’Neill named Sinn Féin’s new northern leader
    • Ross Hussey to retire from political life
    • Inside Monday’s Tyrone Herald
    • Oasis and The Verve frontmen set to unite
    • Winning games is important insists Tyrone boss
    • ‘West Tyrone will not be immune from doctor crisis’
    • Donna Taggart sells out local concerts
    • Donna finds ‘Zest for Life’ from cancer recovery group
Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • Biscuits recalled due to allergen fears
  • Michelle O'Neill's speech after being named Sinn Fein northern leader
  • Aidan McAnespie death: Decision not to prosecute soldier to be reviewed
  • Do you remember the arrival of the US Army?
  • DMAC sheds down after 10-year planning row
  • DUP respond to Sinn Fein Michelle O'Neill appointment with Gerry Adams Twitter meme
  • McAleer urges Ballygawley property owners to be viligant
  • Breaking: Coalisland woman named McGuinness’ successor as Sinn Fein’s leader in the north
  • Disabled motorists campaign for more parking in town
  • Donegal man who shouted abuse at Tyrone GAA fans ‘didn’t know when to shut his mouth’
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Dublin Airport immigrant smuggling ring uncovered
  • Trump signs order withdrawing US from TPP deal
  • McAteer sentenced to 2.5 years for loan fraud
  • Police officer shooting 'reckless madness'
  • Michelle O'Neill to replace McGuinness in NI
  • 'Non-existent' control over Positive Action funds
  • Huge interest in relocating to Ireland - Murphy
  • No breakthrough in Syria peace talks
  • Doran: Ball in HSE's court to avert nurses strike
  • Court awards wife of man who murdered sons €77k
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Food demonstrator sets legal precedent in employment law
  • ‘€80m lost a year to foregone tax’
  • 80% of carers who were denied allowance win payments on appeal
  • Cold water poured on lead pipe plan
  • Compensation decision will have huge implications for landowners, say walking groups
  • Killarney wants an intimate venue for theatre
  • Food trio rewarded for contribution to local economy
IndependentIreland
  • Wife of man who murdered their two sons awarded €77k
  • Aer Lingus employees suspected of 'using catering vehicles to smuggle immigrants into Ireland'
  • City centre delays for rush hour commuters as firefighters respond to blaze
  • EXCLUSIVE: Pay bonanza for councillors under plans by minister Simon Coveney
  • Major Dublin hospital warning patients to go elsewhere
  • Councillors back proposal to invite Donald Trump to Co Kerry
  • Dozens unlawfully rented accommodation in dangerous, unhealthy and cramped 'unauthorised hostel', court hears
  • Comment - There is a gaping hole in Joe Schmidt's Six Nations squad and an area of strength is now a concern
  • Man filmed himself sexually assaulting heavily pregnant girlfriend while she slept
  • Woman thanks judge with box of chocolates after he ordered surgery to remove brain tumour
Irish TimesIreland
  • Civil Service payroll system suffers further data breach
  • Áras Attracta manager claims bid to rediscipline her
  • HSE audit finds 94 irregularities at hepatitis C charity
  • Ambulance bases criticised in HSE audit report
  • Call for pre-recording of evidence given by rape survivors
  • HSE ‘saves €20m’ by streamlining mobile phone bills
  • No room for film studio in Poolbeg planning scheme document
  • Court hears of 17 individuals in one room in Dublin house
  • Department of Education occupied over UL claims ‘inaction’
  • Dublin man has life-long driving ban reduced to 40 years

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