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BBC NewsUK
  • British Airways: Flights cancelled amid IT crash
  • Manchester attack: Terror threat reduced from critical to severe
  • IRA bombing campaign 'wrong' - Jeremy Corbyn
  • Chris Cornell: Friends and family at Soundgarden singer's funeral
  • Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports
  • 'No regrets' over bomb photo use - editor
  • Portland deaths: Two stabbed trying to stop anti-Muslim abuse
  • T in the Park death: Teenager's drink 'might have been spiked'
  • Manchester attack: Paramedic opens up about 'harrowing night'
  • Cheese-rolling veteran hopes to match all-time record
IndependentUK
  • Revealed: this is the most expensive seaside town in Britain
  • G7 leaders blame US for failure to reach climate change agreement in unusually frank statement
  • British Airways cancels all flights from Gatwick and Heathrow amid computer system failure
  • Family of Manchester bomb victim Eilidh MacLeod 'praying her friend makes full recovery'
  • Two RAF Typhoon jets scrambled on 'quick alert' from Scottish airbase
  • Diane Abbott suffers new car crash interview trying to defend Jeremy Corbyn over IRA claims
  • Manchester terror attack: The Muslim heroes who rushed to help victims in the hours after the attack
  • Watford confirm the appointment of Marco Silva as their new head coach
  • US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 'refuses to hold Ramadan event' in break with tradition
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger brands abuse he has received as a 'disgrace' and something he 'will never forget'
SkynewsUK
  • BA cancels flights amid global IT failure
  • UK's terror threat level reduced to 'severe'
  • Armed police to guard bank holiday events
  • Grandparents found murdered in their home
  • Labour wants to divert football's TV money
  • Serial killer avoids execution after plea deal
  • Britain basks in 29C highs - but for how long?
  • Trump son-in-law discussed 'secret line to Russia'
  • Social media would have 'put a stop' to Sex Pistols
  • UK govt 'was warned about British extremists'
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
  • Donald Trump will make 'final decision' on Paris climate deal next week
  • British Airways cancels flights as major IT failure causes worldwide delays
  • Mass Palestinian hunger strike in Israeli jails ends after visitation deal
  • Man shouting 'anti-Muslim slurs' fatally stabs two men in US
  • Schapelle Corby to return to Australia 13 years after Bali drugs conviction
  • Rodrigo Duterte jokes to soldiers that they can rape women with impunity
  • Once-in-a-generation hopes of Cyprus reunification appear to be dashed
  • China arrests Taiwanese activist 'for subverting state power'
  • The public flogging of two gay men and what it says about Indonesia's future
  • Barack Obama: Scotland has 'a lot to offer the world'
Daily Mail UK
  • Manchester bomber was 'making bombs in sub-let apartment'
  • Corbyn is a 'shameless apologist for world's men of evil'
  • Roger Moore's witty James Bond memoirs, packed with gossip
  • Manchester bomber's network has been rounded up
  • Girl's tribute to mother killed at Ariana Grande gig
  • Girl, 7, heartbroken over stepmother's death in Manchester
  • Ariana Grande vows to return to Manchester
  • Hate crime in Manchester has doubled since terror attack
  • Manchester killer's imam 'fought with militants in Libya'
  • Manchester bombing: Saffie Roussos's mother will be okay
Mirror UK
  • What time is the FA Cup final 2017? Arsenal vs Chelsea live stream details, kick-off time and more
  • Celtic vs Aberdeen live score and goal updates from the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park
  • Transfer news LIVE as Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool gear up for big summer of spending
  • Nurse forced to quit job after her "overly sexy" uniform was criticised for "disrespecting" the profession
  • 'You only live once!' Police warning to motorcyclists after rider is wiped out by car
  • Jacqueline Jossa shares her excitement over upcoming wedding to Dan Osborne in cute Instagram post
  • Ex-crimelord survived a botched hit by playing dead after being shot FIVE times by a hitman
  • Lauren Goodger gets trolled after moaning she can't go on holiday because of the paparazzi
  • Marco Silva named new Watford manager as he replaces Walter Mazzarri on two-year deal
  • Reading ahead of schedule admits sporting director Brian Tevreden as Royals eye Premier League
Evening Standard UK
  • Uber's future in London uncertain as taxi firm is granted only four-month licence
  • Portland stabbing: Two knifed to death 'trying to stop man hurling anti-Muslim abuse on train'
  • British Airways: Flights from Heathrow and Gatwick cancelled after airline's computer systems crash
  • Barack Obama offers Manchester condolences as he meets Prince Harry at Kensington Palace
  • Dramatic moment police officers descend on street following fight outside school in Hackney
  • National terror threat reduced from critical to severe after Manchester bombing
  • Manchester bombing: Evacuation in Moss Side as police search property over terror attack
  • British Airways: Worldwide computer outage causes passenger chaos at London airports
  • Kilburn shooting: Murder probe launched after young woman shot dead while standing with friends
  • Defence secretary Michael Fallon slams Jeremy Corbyn's terror quotes - only to realise they came from Boris Johnson
Daily StarUK
  • UPDATED: RAF Typhoons SCRAMBLED from Lossiemouth airbase in response to Russian jets
  • Ring of steel thrown round Wembley amid fears of ISIS FA Cup final strike
  • PICTURED: Boy who drowned in lake despite Prince William's dash to save him
  • Manchester attack: Bomber's landlord thought Salman Abedi was 'into witchcraft'
  • BREAKING: Police arrest man carrying knife as bomb scare puts Sainsbury's in lockdown
  • Mum's fury at school for awarding daughter with 'most likely to become terrorist' award
  • Three men accused of ‘mass murder terror plot to blow car bomb at London tourist hotspots'
  • Racist jibes and graffiti hate crime DOUBLES since Manchester terror attack
  • Durham city centre in lockdown as police evacuate residents due to 'suspicious vehicle'
  • Theresa May reduces terror threat level from 'Critical' to 'Severe'
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • Look at damage caused by huge Gwynedd gorse fire tackled by 50 firefighters
  • Body found near Caernarfon in search for missing man
  • Wrexham man jailed for shouting obscenities at vigil for victims of Manchester attack
  • North Wales concert-goers send defiant message after Manchester Arena terror attack
  • UK terror threat level reduced from 'critical' to 'severe'
  • North Wales rain, thunder and lightning warning extended by the Met Office
  • North Wales Police open day postponed after Manchester terror attack
  • Dad 'wouldn't buy me a venus fly-trap' - so I grew my own company
  • 50 firefighters tackle massive Gwynedd gorse fire through the night
  • Property Insider: Take a look inside this impressive Grade-II listed Conwy home
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • All British Airways flights hit as computer failure causes problems at airline
  • Father of school girl left critically injured in terror attack pays tribute to 'awesome' medics
  • 'Blood was pouring everywhere': Gran Barbara Dransfield speaks of ordeal as thugs are sentenced
  • Jennifer Williams: Get out into Manchester and celebrate our city
  • How you can show solidarity with Mancunians by adding a bee to your Facebook profile picture
  • Take That's tribute to Manchester bomb victims - as they donate Liverpool gig profits to charity
  • Adam Hills makes perfect tribute to Manchester on The Last Leg
  • Live updates - Moss Side streets sealed off as bomb squad arrive at police search
  • "The bomb changes things. Live Forever is going to be a hard song to sing."
  • Mother and 12-year-old daughter 'passed Manchester Arena bomber seconds before he blew himself up'
Daily ExpressUK
  • Horror on London street as woman is shot dead in 'cycle-by attack'
  • Ireland’s facing ‘CONFLICT with EU’: City boss warns Brussels Irexit is on the cards
  • RAF fighter jets scrambled to Scotland as Russian aircraft approach UK airspace
  • 'Strange British will learn Brexit is a MISTAKE' Merkel's man in extraordinary interview
  • 'Do you feel British?' Channel 4 anchor rips into Diane Abbott over her loyalty to the UK
  • Michael Schumacher: Manager reveals reason WHY F1 legend's health is shrouded in secrecy
  • Big-eared bomber Abedi 'rejected by women for YEARS' before bombing Manchester Arena
  • 'You said al-Qaeda were NOT terrorists' Iain Dale savages Diane Abbott over voting record
  • BREAKING: Blackheath in lockdown as armed police arrest 'knifeman' in Sainsbury's
  • Former extremist says terrorist targeted Manchester Arena to 'obliterate' Western ideals
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Two more arrests made in Manchester bomb probe as police raid new addresses
  • SNP big donor transfers support to the Conservatives
  • Scottish Cup final LIVE: Can Celtic complete the Treble against Aberdeen?
  • Obama vows to return to Scotland to see the bad weather
  • Hundreds of Celtic fans defy Police Scotland order and march to Hampden
  • Gordon Brown calls Manchester a 'global symbol of courage' after terror attack
  • Scottish Labour facing new council discipline crisis over Tory deals
  • Kevin McKenna: Save us from faux Unionist outrage and cybernat bullies
  • Thunderstorm and torrential downpours to hit Scotland today
  • Gordon Brown: Tories and SNP 'collaborators' in rising child poverty
ScotsmanUK
  • British Airways grounds flights amid ‘major IT failure’
  • Nicola Sturgeon: SNP to stand up for Scotland's young people
  • Scotland weather: Thunderstorms set to disrupt sunny spell
  • Millions to suffer "decade of decline" under Tories, warns Gordon Brown
  • UK terror threat level reduced from critical to severe
  • Theresa May: Recruits returning from IS must be brought to justice
  • Poll showing Theresa May’s lead slipping will ‘focus minds’
  • Manchester attack: Parents of Eilidh MacLeod issue heartfelt message
  • Constituency profile: Nationalists face Unionist challenge in ‘big Remain constituency’
  • The Kirk praised for helping tackle poverty and inequality by Christian Aid
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Calls for speed reduction on Balmore Road after deaths of three young people
  • Hundreds of Celtic fans defy Police Scotland order and march to Hampden
  • Armed Scots cops sent to Manchester to assist with terror probe
  • Moussa Dembele declared fit as Hoops prepare to clinch Treble
  • Thunderstorm and torrential downpour to hit Glasgow this afternoon
  • Football on TV: Where to watch Celtic v Aberdeen, Arsenal v Chelsea and more this weekend
  • Glasgow bar launches sweet shop cocktails for holiday weekend
  • Two more arrests made in Manchester bomb probe as police raid new addresses
  • Family of Manchester bomb victim Eilidh MacLeod 'praying her friend makes full recovery'
  • Brendan Rodgers has chance to secure treble and join elite band of Celtic bosses
Northwales PioneerUK
    • Gold for contractors behind Glan Clwyd Hospital redevelopment project
    • Father changes plea and admits charge of assisting son charged with Old Colwyn murder
    • Thunderstorms forecast for North Wales as Met Office issues yellow warning of rain
    • All hands on deck as annual pirate weekend returns to Conwy
    • Driver weeps as jury finds him guilty of causing death of couple
    • UPDATE: X Factor winner reunited with her dog after fears he was lost in Conwy
    • Police positioned at key locations cross North Wales following Manchester attack
    • Hunt is on to find families willing to take on Conwy farm TV challenge
    • Deaf dog who looks after dementia patients picks up award at Colwyn Bay show
    • Book of condolence opens in St Asaph for the victims of the Manchester attack
Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Two more arrests made in Manchester bomb probe as police raid new addresses
  • SNP big donor transfers support to the Conservatives
  • Scottish Cup final LIVE: Can Celtic complete the Treble against Aberdeen?
  • Obama vows to return to Scotland to see the bad weather
  • Hundreds of Celtic fans defy Police Scotland order and march to Hampden
  • Gordon Brown calls Manchester a 'global symbol of courage' after terror attack
  • Scottish Labour facing new council discipline crisis over Tory deals
  • Kevin McKenna: Save us from faux Unionist outrage and cybernat bullies
  • Thunderstorm and torrential downpours to hit Scotland today
  • Gordon Brown: Tories and SNP 'collaborators' in rising child poverty
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Portadown community stunned by brutal stabbing of Michael and Marjorie Cawdery
  • Co Armagh man punched baby girl so he could watch X Factor TV show in peace
  • IRA bombing campaign was completely wrong because it killed civilians - Corbyn
  • British Airways cancels all flights from Gatwick and Heathrow following 'IT outage'
  • Arlene Foster: There will be no border poll in my lifetime
  • Skerries incident: Body found in search for missing crewman after fishing boat capsizes in front of crowd just metres off coast
  • Demands for Belfast City Hall bag checks as security steps up at Continental Market
  • In graphic: Poll of polls with 12 days to go
  • Saudi Arabia to behead disabled man 'for taking part in protests' after 'forced confession'
  • Iranian commander killed fighting IS near Mosul - Iraq
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
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Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • Mid Ulster SF councillors' are ready for 'big year ahead'
  • Family of Portadown couple describe their murder as 'awful and incomprehensible'
  • Hottest day of the year, but weather is due to worsen
  • Update: Police give further details on Portadown double murder
  • Elderly couple die after burglary
  • Vandals to blame for flooding in Rathbeg area of Cookstown
  • Magherafelt PSNI 'disrupt' drugs trade
  • Yesterday was hottest day of year in Northern Ireland
  • Co Tyrone man recovering after Manchester bombing
  • ‘Protecting from Hidden Harm’
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Body recovered in search for missing fisherman
  • UK terror threat level reduced to 'severe'
  • Murder of elderly Armagh couple is 'incomprehensible'
  • Merkel calls G7 climate talks 'very unsatisfactory'
  • BA London flights cancelled due to global IT outage
  • Will Goodbody: Time social media firms stopped the rot
  • Kushner had 'undisclosed contacts' with Russia
  • Palestinian inmates end hunger strike in Israeli jails
  • David Murphy: Why the FitzPatrick trial became a shambles
  • Man arrested after Armagh couple stabbed to death
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Fastnet Film Festival gets under way in Schull
  • Spanish law firm wins €2.1m over lost property deposits
  • Facebook ‘likes’ found to have little influence on wellbeing
  • Man guilty of fleeing scene after striking boy, 6, as he crossed road avoids jail
  • First sample tissue collected for brain tumour biobank
  • Pay rises and jobs on cards if Asti suspends action, says education department
  • Recalling Cork's lost Jewish community
IndependentIreland
  • Murder of pensioners in their own home is 'incomprehensible', say family
  • Body found in search for missing crewman after fishing boat capsizes in front of crowd just metres off coast
  • A rumble in Rathgar: forget Leo and Simon - Eoghan and Kate is the real feud in Fine Gael
  • Exclusive: 'Idiotic' party-goers photographed dancing with dead dolphin in student accommodation in Cork
  • Flight chaos as British Airways experiences 'global systems outage'
  • 'He pulled me into the house and battered me senseless' - Businesswoman Norah Casey reveals abuse by former partner
  • The mini heatwave is over, and it's going to be wet, wet, wet
  • 'A total nightmare' - Community rallies around parents of tragic baby Chloe
  • Mum 'stole €1,500 rent from landlord to improve home' for herself and three children
  • Ryanair to back Dublin Airport Authority in €320m battle against locals over runway
Irish TimesIreland
  • Dart services on southside disrupted due to flooding
  • 200,000 fidget spinners seized in two weeks over safety fears
  • Bono visits George W Bush at his Texas ranch
  • Body recovered in search for missing Skerries fisherman
  • ‘Get Seánie’: The prosecution of Seán FitzPatrick
  • A butterfly’s view of the Royal Canal
  • Creed reticence on FG leadership rooted in 2010 heave, activists say
  • Illegal dumping: Rural towns battle rising tide of rubbish
  • What is this unusual insect? Readers' nature queries
  • Michael Viney: Animals were put on Earth to fart around

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