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BBC NewsUK
  • Kraft Heinz drops Unilever takeover bid
  • Mosul assault: Iraq troops make headway against IS
  • Trump remark baffles Swedes
  • Ibrahimovic fires Man United through
  • Jolie on Cambodia, film and family
  • Probe into Randox Manchester 'manipulated' drug tests data
  • Bogota explosion: Many injured in blast near bullring
  • Piers Morgan quits RTS awards after criticism
  • Brexit: Mandelson urges Lords not to 'throw in towel'
  • Missing two-year-old boy found dead in Perthshire river
IndependentUK
  • Pychiatrists warned to 'stop analysing trump' because they risk breaching their own code of ethics
  • Provocateurs could start violence during March for Science against Donald Trump, former Obama science adviser warns
  • London Fashion Week: high-fashion alpine and artful heroines
  • Kraft Heinz drops £143bn bid for Unilever after offer rejected as 'too low'
  • Iraqi forces begin bitter battle for Mosul in effort to destroy Isis
  • Historians rank Obama as 12th best President ever
  • The retirement village where women are living years longer than everyone else
  • Science and industry can make dangerous use of fake news and alternative facts, philosopher warns
  • Wigan clinch their fourth World Club Challenge title with victory over the Cronulla Sharks
  • Piers Morgan pulls out of hosting television awards after social media outcry
SkynewsUK
  • MP: I've had rape threat and been called n*****
  • CCTV 'shows Kim Jong-Nam assassination'
  • Kraft Heinz withdraws Unilever merger bid
  • President Trump and the 'Swedish incident'
  • Trump tactic is 'how dictators start' - McCain
  • Ex-boxer appeals for 'car-jacking' witnesses
  • Monday's national newspaper front pages
  • Boy, 2, dies after being found in river
  • Moonshot launchpad used as SpaceX blasts off
  • FA Cup giantkillers could meet fellow minnows
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
  • UN says civilians at extreme risk as west Mosul offensive begins
  • Trump's Sweden comment referred to 'rising crime', White House says
  • Malaysian police looking for four North Koreans over Kim Jong-nam killing
  • Home Office agrees to review asylum claims of child refugees in France
  • Images of new bleaching on Great Barrier Reef heighten fears of coral death
  • Suicide bomber kills dozens in Somali market
  • Geert Wilders: Dutch far-right leader criticised for calling Moroccans 'scum'
  • US senators warn European elections are next hacking targets
  • ‘From bad to worse’: Greece hurtles towards a final reckoning
  • John McCain on Trump: suppressing free press is 'how dictators get started'
Daily Mail UK
  • Cancer mother claims her baby son saved her life
  • Staying connected to work 'is linked to heart disease' 
  • Wetherspoons forced to pay £8k more for each pub
  • Trump under fire for 'makes up' terror attack in Sweden
  • Children of alcoholics phone helpline for bedtime stories
  • President Trump and the First Lady step off Air Force One
  • Manchester's worst rated hotels pictured
  • Scottish police find body in search for missing boy
  • Jeremy Corbyn will stay as leader even if he loses polls
  • Protesters want Bristol's Colston Hall renamed
Mirror UK
  • 'Jealous' karate black belt guilty of murdering girlfriend after beating her to death in home they shared
  • Voice of the Mirror: Poll truth may hurt Jezza but it must be shared
  • Horror as dad and son are killed in head-on crash with EACH OTHER
  • Everton loanee Gerard Deulofeu nets first AC Milan goal in Serie A victory over Fiorentina
  • Women raped so often in brutal Syrian government-run prisons that guards give them birth control pills
  • Emmerdale boss Iain MacLeod hints he'll soon ask Andy Sugden actor Kelvin Fletcher to return
  • FA Cup quarter-final draw in full with Chelsea set to host Manchester United in homecoming for Jose Mourinho
  • Cardiff boss Neil Warnock says he wants a minute of BOOING at football grounds when he dies
  • Face up to the love Labour's lost, Jeremy. A by-election win may just paper over the cracks
  • Fearne Cotton stuns in white PVC dress as she struts down the runway during London Fashion Week
Evening Standard UK
  • Home Office could review asylum claims of child refugees from the Calais 'Jungle'
  • Kraft Heinz scraps £115 billion Unilever takeover offer
  • Joseph Olopo: Barnet murder victim stabbed in the neck after mass brawl near Brent Cross named by police
  • Woman on mobility scooter rushed to hospital after being struck by bus in Hackney
  • Cheshunt stabbing: Man and woman dead after suffering knife wounds in Hertfordshire
  • Tube strike February 2017: Commuters warned of rush-hour queues and chaos during planned walk-out
  • London TV worker: 'I was dismissed from my job in Soho for being too good looking'
  • Boy, 2, dies after being found in Scottish river
  • Shocking moment man beats child 62 times with a belt is caught on camera
  • Top London museums increase security over suitcase bomb fears
Daily StarUK
  • SHOCK CCTV: ‘Kim Jong-nam poisoned by airport assassins' as final seconds alive FILMED
  • Taxi driver left ‘fuming’ after Betfred refuse to pay out WINNING bet
  • Oral sex tour 2.0: Italian model Paola Saulino is coming to BRITAIN
  • Kinky confessions of women writing to lags on death row REVEALED
  • Price of beer to SOAR as government prepare crippling new pub tax
  • Military tests latest weapon against terrorism – you won't believe what it is
  • Grieving Fadi Fawaz lets fly on George Michael funeral claims in all-caps rant
  • Fans BLAST faker Joey Barton for FA Cup DIVE as Burnley lose to Lincoln City
  • Two blokes climb frozen waterfall but get HUGE shock
  • Jack the Ripper UNMASKED: Shock new letters ‘identify’ monster who killed up to 20 women
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • Charles Bronson told Rose West 'to hang herself' after she sent bizarre love letter
  • Wrexham man charged with attempted robberies
  • Dramatic images show burning car on A55
  • What YOU have to say about Connah's Quay High School proposed trouser ban for girls
  • Wrexham man arrested in connection with string of attempted robberies in area
  • See aftermath of A55 police chase crash
  • Drunk Flintshire mum caught on school run
  • Look what arsonists did to children's playground in Bagillt
  • Tiptoe through the snowdrops at 15th Century Anglesey manor house
  • North Wales warmest place in country over weekend
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Counter terrorism police investigated claims of 'Trojan Horse' plot at Oldham primary school
  • Take a look at Manchester United star Marcus Rashford's new £1.8m six-bedroom home
  • Son of Manchester born votes for women campaigner Sylvia Pankhurst dies in Ethiopia
  • Two men arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after man was shot in Moss Side
  • Incredibly rare footage shows birth of reptile which roamed with dinosaurs
  • A commuter's dream and a family haven - why we should all be moving to Macclesfield
  • Could your fiver be worth £50,000? There's just one rare Jane Austen note left in circulation in England...
  • Morrisons recalls meat product after tests show it contains Listeria bug that could cause meningitis
  • Who is creepy Nathan on Coronation Street?
  • Protest against Donald Trump to be held in Piccadilly Gardens
Daily ExpressUK
  • 'He's missed the bus' EU SLAPS DOWN Tony Blair's Brexit blocking plan as 'NO ONE IS HAPPY'
  • Marine Le Pen could have just been handed VICTORY as rival Macron causes FURY with gaffe
  • 'A petition? That's SO powerful' FUMING Katie Hopkins mocks Tony Blair's Remain 'rise up'
  • One fiver worth £50K still to be found - how to check if YOUR new £5 is worth a fortune
  • Renewed calls for prosecution of bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke
  • Analysts say almost NO chance of Le Pen winning French election - so Euro should be weaker
  • Stoke by-election: Labour hopeful Gareth Snell SQUIRMS as he defends 'BREXIT IS S***' rant
  • Business campaigners are gearing up for indyref2 as Yes vote fundraising drive is launched
  • Tragic toddler drowns after falling in Highland river rapids
  • Nicola Sturgeon under pressure to sack SNP council candidate banging drum at pro-IRA march
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Two-year-old boy dies after being recovered from Perthshire river
  • Scottish Six: BBC chief to face grilling over 'dropped plans' for news programme
  • Referendum call is just weeks away claims influential business group
  • Former Scottish Tory candidate drops plan for "exposé" on film that sank David Irving
  • Outrage as top Theresa May aide claims 'threats of violence' a feature of Scottish politics
  • Scotland to be hotter than Majorca say forecasters
  • The truth about Scotland and online abuse: 'cybernats' and 'cyberbrits' are just as bad as each other
  • Mother who died in Aberdeenshire car crash while driving baby daughter is named
  • Revealed: picture of SNP candidate on pro-IRA march
  • Campaign to oust John Bercow ‘undignified’, senior Tory MP says
ScotsmanUK
  • Donald Trump leaves Swedes stumped over terror plot claims
  • Proud mum Judy shares picture of Andy Murray after first ATP win
  • William Hill first bookies to back Yes vote for Indyref2
  • Lords ready to fight Brexit, Peter Mandelson warns
  • SNP calls for ‘moral leadership’ in refugee row with Westminster
  • Caribbean heatwave set to hit parts of Scotland
  • Scottish open water swimming events in 2017
  • Supermarket recalls beef product over listeria fears
  • Piers Morgan pulls out of TV role after ‘silly’ campaign to ban him
  • Graeme Murty performs bizarre headstand during Rangers loss
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Murder victim killed in Castlemilk home named by police
  • Video: Is Chris Sutton 'obsessed' with Rangers?- Robbie Savage thinks so
  • Kevin Bridges pictured with new girlfriend on Valentine's Day
  • Young Celtic fan meets hero Moussa Dembele after dad's chance meeting in Nando's
  • 116 Kodi add-ons you're probably watching that could be breaching copyright laws
  • Glasgow founder of first Islamic nursery says Islamic primary will 'open this year'
  • Car belonging to Trainspotting star Sick Boy is up for sale
  • Scotland to be hotter than Majorca say forecasters
  • Glasgow Film Festival fans whisked away to top-secret location for ‘The Lost Boys’ screening
  • Woman hospitalised after being allegedly stabbed at block of flats
Northwales PioneerUK
    • £50m plan to upgrade rail network
    • Keep youngsters out of court, says police boss
    • Denbigh actor portrays 60s rocker in smash hit Kinks musical
    • Children tried to save drowning kitten thrown into pond by its tail
    • X Factor winner Sam Bailey will be joined by Britain's Got Talent finalist at her Llandudno show
    • Decision to build 42 new homes in Old Colwyn ‘condemned’
    • Colwyn Bay RAF pilot saved 187 lives as plane went into nosedive
    • Conwy Council to host STEM quest sessions at Coleg Llandrillo
    • Aberconwy AM pushing for Sychnant Pass speed limit to be halved
    • Forties festival will return to Colwyn Bay
Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Two-year-old boy dies after being recovered from Perthshire river
  • Scottish Six: BBC chief to face grilling over 'dropped plans' for news programme
  • Referendum call is just weeks away claims influential business group
  • Former Scottish Tory candidate drops plan for "exposé" on film that sank David Irving
  • Outrage as top Theresa May aide claims 'threats of violence' a feature of Scottish politics
  • Scotland to be hotter than Majorca say forecasters
  • The truth about Scotland and online abuse: 'cybernats' and 'cyberbrits' are just as bad as each other
  • Mother who died in Aberdeenshire car crash while driving baby daughter is named
  • Revealed: picture of SNP candidate on pro-IRA march
  • Campaign to oust John Bercow ‘undignified’, senior Tory MP says
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Conan Anderson murder: We thought he was drunk... we didn't know we would never speak to him again
  • 'Total shock' as Irish woman charged with murder of 'Good Samaritan' fiance in Sydney
  • Man injured in gang sledgehammer attack at Larne home
  • Two arrested after woman seriously injured in Northern Ireland crash
  • Belfast to Derry railway line reopens following sudden death
  • Would-be thieves try to rob priest's home as cleric gave Mass
  • A quarter of abattoirs 'failing on basic hygiene precautions'
  • Stephen Lawrence killer 'seeking compensation for prison attack'
  • Campaign to oust Bercow is undignified, says Soames
  • Jeremy Corbyn's future will not hang on results of by-elections, says Abbott
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
    • Omagh flood alleviation scheme has been deferred
    • Ford believes Alliance gathering momentum across Tyrone
    • You need these octopuds in your life
    • Rock in one final push for glory
    • Big response to Joe McDermott appeal
    • Bird-flu controls hitting Tyrone’s free-range farmers
    • Build tolerance over time
    • Dergview face stiff test at Stute
    • Video: Fintona fire crews rescue lamb with ‘sheep app’
    • Omagh toilets damaged during late night opening trial
Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • Michelle O’Neill defends decision to attend Clonoe IRA commemoration
  • Loveable but lost donkey turns up at house door in Dungannon
  • WATCH:‘Sea of yellow’ as one thousand baby chicks found abandoned in field
  • Judgement reserved in ‘torture’ hearing involving Magherafelt civil rights activist
  • Cash and drugs seized by Portadown police in morning raid
  • ‘This lady obviously plays the game’ says Dungannon judge
  • O’Neill did not know of RHI funding scandal until scheme closed
  • Dungannon musician nominated for two BBC Radio Two Folk awards
  • A6 will destroy the best fresh water wetlands in Ireland claim
  • Fresh round of protests against Brexit on Tyrone border
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Taoiseach to deal with leadership issue at meeting
  • Man arrested in connection with fatal stabbing
  • Sweden baffled by Trump immigration comments
  • Govt told of flight risk with relocated refugees
  • At least 39 people killed in Somalia market bomb
  • Irish woman due before Australian court Wednesday
  • 'Jihadist threat' to Irish peacekeepers in Lebanon
  • Explosion outside bullring in Colombia injures 30
  • Iraq launches offensive on IS stronghold in Mosul
  • Man and woman injured in Derry shooting
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • Almost half of racism victims are children
  • Teen with family in the business for three generations ‘delighted’ to win rare jarvey licence
  • Bid to end ‘yellow pack’ pay for privates in Defence Forces
  • Plan for Cork's first Traveller horse grazing site backed
  • Girlfriend of jailed gunman: ‘I believe he didn’t do it’
  • Students unlikely to tell counsellors problems as they are often teachers too
  • Dolphin and whale deaths rise fivefold with 56 mammals washing up on beaches
IndependentIreland
  • 'It's so stressful' - Young woman living in Travelodge room with son (4) and mother who is battling cancer
  • CCTV shows shocking moment armed robber queues up with customers before terrifying shop raid
  • Leo Varadkar forced to close Fine Gael WhatsApp group following leaks to media
  • Coveney and Varadkar agree on a St Patrick's Day ultimatum for Kenny
  • Man dies in shooting incident in north Dublin
  • Man arrested in relation to fatal stabbing of Graham McKeever (32)
  • 'Total shock' as Wexford woman charged with murder of 'Good Samaritan' fiancé in Sydney
  • Fine Gael in frenzy over leaked Whatsapp messages on leadership
  • Man (53) rescued from Wicklow mountains after fracturing leg
  • Whistleblower Maurice McCabe 'told his phone was tapped' by Garda HQ
Irish TimesIreland
  • Irish Ambassador criticises ‘snide’ ‘Daily Telegraph’ article about Ireland
  • Brazil tops league of non-EU students in Ireland
  • Scaled-down rock wall for Doonbeg golf links attracts more objections
  • Man arrested in connection with fatal stabbing in Tallaght
  • Quiet aisles in Tesco as striking staff keep their resolve
  • ‘False alarm’ as fire brigade attends Weir and Sons jewellers
  • X-ray report found in Penneys among HSE data breaches
  • Calling Eucharist ‘haunted bread’ not sacrilegious, says RTÉ
  • Tributes paid to ‘caring’ Cork couple who died in London fire
  • Michelle O’Neill defends IRA commemoration attendance

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