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BBC NewsUK
  • French election: Hollande urges nation to back Macron and reject Le Pen
  • The land that used to belong to so-called Islamic State
  • Arthur Collins in court over London nightclub 'acid attack'
  • Court rules Kensington 'candy-cane' house stripes can stay
  • Ched Evans set to rejoin Sheffield Utd
  • US-Israeli man, 18, in court over threats against Jewish centres
  • Trump calls record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson
  • Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste, scientists say
  • Kian Dale parents jailed after unsupervised baby drowned in bath
  • Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe loses final Iran jail appeal
IndependentUK
  • French election: Marine Le Pen temporarily steps down as Front National leader to concentrate on presidential bid
  • Fernando Alonso sees Indy 500 as a bigger challenge than Le Mans
  • Barack Obama announces his 'new job' in first remarks since Donald Trump became President
  • Ugo Ehiogu's wife to start charity in name of former England international
  • Instagram down: App stops working with users unable to load news feeds
  • US sanctions Syrian officials over apparent chemical attack that killed dozens
  • Francois Hollande urges French voters to reject Marine Le Pen
  • Serena Williams suggests she will return to tennis after birth of her child
  • Air New Zealand plans to relax immigration rules for passengers travelling via LA
  • Donald Trump says his wall may cost more than $10bn if he makes it 'super-duper'
SkynewsUK
  • Hollande warns France against voting for Le Pen
  • British woman loses final Iran jail appeal
  • US sanctions Syrians over chemical weapons
  • Goldsmith in bid to win back London seat
  • Former UKIP donor Arron Banks won't run as MP
  • Marathon runner thanks hero who helped him finish
  • UKIP: Schoolgirls should have yearly FGM check
  • Corbyn asks Scots to keep 'vicious' Tories out
  • Accused claims 'laughing axeman' killed his family
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
  • European leaders cheer Macron victory in first round of French election
  • Frontrunner Macron can take nothing for granted in French election runoff | Angelique Chrisafis
  • Eastern Europe failing on Jewish restitution pledges, study finds
  • Afghan defence officials quit over Taliban attack as Pentagon chief flies in
  • Replica Reichstag stormed at Russian 'military Disneyland'
  • Japan to exceed bluefin tuna quota amid warnings of commercial extinction
  • Canada's Tim Hortons coffee chain to open first UK shop in May
  • Donald Trump risks marking 100th day with government shutdown
  • Ontario plans to launch universal basic income trial run this summer
  • UN 'utterly horrified' by video appearing to show murder of two experts in Congo
Daily Mail UK
  • Frankie Gonsalves savaged by shark at Ascension Island
  • Migrant criminal suspects in Germany surged in 2016
  • General Election: Corbyn is endorsed by COMMUNIST PARTY
  • Manchester woman drowned herself in the bath
  • Perverts make fake Justin Bieber and Harry Styles accounts
  • Tories appear to kill off their vow not to hike taxes
  • Ex-boyfriend of TOWIE star Ferne McCann is arrested
  • Henri van Breda denies Cape Town axe murder claims
  • Bristol police launch urgent appeal to find Anna Lewis
  • Aftermath of largest non-nuclear bomb strike revealed
Mirror UK
  • Newcastle 1-1 Preston LIVE: Perez opens scoring but poor Magpies defending threatens return to Premier League
  • Social media exec to broadcast her cosmetic surgery LIVE on Snapchat and Instagram
  • Stephanie Davis claims Holly Willoughby 'didn't stick up for her' when This Morning gave Jeremy McConnell a paternity test
  • Marine Le Pen steps down as leader of National Front party two weeks before French Presidential election
  • Sacked policeman who repeatedly beat suspected fare-dodger with baton claimed he was assaulted after breaking NAIL
  • Mel B's lawyers claim Stephen Belafonte is filming PORN movies for his X-rated website
  • Emmerdale viewers shocked by 'harrowing' rape scene after violent end to Pierce and Rhona's wedding day
  • Maria Sharapova's first opponent after drug ban at Porsche Open says she shouldn't have got a wild card
  • Tesla owner demands £900,000 compensation after Model X Falcon Wing doors fail to open in fiery crash
  • Instagram down: Users despair as photo-sharing network knocked offline
Evening Standard UK
  • Marine Le Pen: Presidential election hopeful says she is 'temporarily stepping down' as National Front leader
  • Mel B's lawyers accuse husband Stephen Belafonte of string of 'illegal activity' as divorce battle continues
  • Chiswick attack: Two arrested after gang of schoolchildren 'beat up' man in west London street
  • 'Predator' jailed for raping teenage girl after using Whatsapp to lure her to car park in Newham
  • Virgin Trains strike: Bank holiday walk-out suspended following talks with RMT union
  • Woman jailed for causing death of elderly man while driving as she sent Facebook message on mobile phone
  • Manchester murder: 'Devastated' wife of former naval officer run down outside home returns to scene of death
  • Enfield murder: Cheshunt man stabbed to death in north London named as Damien McLaughlin, 42
  • Man suffers serious head injury after row at celebrity nightclub Bijou
  • Reaching puberty early raises risk of cancer in later life, say scientists
Daily StarUK
  • City on LOCKDOWN as 'gunman storms office building'
  • Grown men start violent punch-up with teen – get a shock when he's MMA fighter
  • Female copper makes X-RATED career move as lap dancer earning £5k for raunchy naked shows
  • The Empire strikes FIRST: Britain would ’nuke its enemies’ pledges defence boss
  • North Korea to COLLAPSE in 12 weeks as China ‘cuts fuel supply’ to Kim Jong-un
  • World War One tunnels discovered – what's inside is incredible
  • BREAKING: Party leader sensationally steps down DURING election campaign
  • Star photobombs Barcelona changing room snap – can you spot him?
  • Rare blue whale feeding FRENZY captured in stunning drone footage
  • Judge screams 'I hope you die in prison' at woman who murdered disabled boyfriend
TimesUK

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Daily PostUK
  • Plans submitted for £15m Rhyl water park
  • Ched Evans set for return to Sheffield United after rape acquittal
  • Lyme Disease - tick season is here this is everything you need to know about the infection
  • Men who brawled after Euro 2016 match gave Caernarfon a 'bad name'
  • Are you a descendant of a Viking? Here's how you can find out
  • Man in serious condition after Rhyl attack
  • Man who grabbed stepdad in headlock in row over EASTER EGGS in court on assault charge
  • Wrexham AFC chiefs join outpouring of grief for disabled footballer who lost his life in Dee tragedy
  • 'Bad luck' pub with runaway landlady is bouncing back after £150K revamp
  • Gwynedd man GUILTY of drugging and abusing teenager should expect long jail term, says judge
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Are there fake new one pound coins in circulation?
  • Tailbacks on M60 after Land Rover overturns in one crash before three vehicles collide soon after
  • Teen stabbed in the stomach in Stockport after a row about a hat in third knife attack in three weeks
  • Music festival could be forced to finish early because people aren't happy about the noise
  • How to get £49 flights to Malaysia in Manchester this week - but you'll have to be quick
  • Parents praise 'our little adventurer' as four-year-old boy dies in tragic accident while on holiday in Egypt
  • Bank Holiday weekend will be 'mild'...but at least it won't be snowing
  • Gang burst into flat and repeatedly stab man in his 20s in Blackley
  • Watch: Creepy Nathan prepares Bethany for a date with his friend Neil on Coronation Street
  • Detectives still hunting a 'number of suspects' in connection with the murder of Michael Samwell
Daily ExpressUK
  • BREAKING: Marine Le Pen 'temporarily stepping down' as Front National leader
  • BREXIT SHOCKER: Irish High Court may declare Article 50 REVERSIBLE in landmark court case
  • Swiss-style Brexit deal is UK's 'BEST option for leaving the EU'
  • 'There may be a bloodbath' Brussels commissioner warns of UK trade deal with US
  • No wonder they wanted us to stay! UK leaving EU without deal 'would cost Germany BILLIONS'
  • REVEALED: Mongooses will FIGHT to the death with members of their own FAMILY
  • Tim Farron continues to dodge gay marriage question as Lib Dems notch up 100,000 members
  • Musician swindled £35k in sickness insurance while playing in a band called Sticky Fingers
  • BREAKING: Two shot in office block - gunman 'shoots boss then himself'
  • Car enthusiast jailed for trying to smuggle £2million of Class A drugs inside his VW Polo
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Nicola Sturgeon: Election called before alleged expenses fraud catches up with Tories
  • Campaign sketch: Farron announced 100,000 members and counting as the orange lozengers cheered
  • Rangers bosses informed Craig Whyte deal money 'coming from himself', court hears
  • Met Office warns of snow and hail as Arctic blast set to sweep country
  • Ross Craig murder bid: Police hunting Glasgow gunman release CCTV images
  • Video: Citizens Theatre makes the announcement all Trainspotting fans had been hoping for
  • Independence support fails to rise after Theresa May's vote snub
  • Massive Glasgow Airport security queues spark fear among passengers
  • In pictures: Scallop dredging devastates rare flame shell reef in the Highlands
  • Widow of former Rangers footballer Ugo Ehiogu launches drive to set up charity in his memory
ScotsmanUK
  • Marine Le Pen stepping down as leader of National Front
  • Virgin Trains strike suspended after ‘progress’ in talks
  • Edinburgh man spends 2,000 hours sculpting ‘head’ hedges
  • Exercise “prescription” boosts brain power in the over 50s
  • Mark Millar’s journey from Glasgow to Gotham
  • Sturgeon: PM called election before fraud probe ‘catches up with her’
  • Scotland’s weather: Snow falls around country
  • Jeremy Corbyn refuses to answer questions from media
  • Edinburgh Zoo’s red pandas move into new enclosure together
  • Soldier accused of murder offers to take lie detector test
Edinburgh EchoUK

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EveningtimesUK
  • Widow of former Rangers footballer Ugo Ehiogu launches drive to set up charity in his memory
  • John Baker murder trial: Accused told former neighbour 'I killed the old man'
  • Beloved Woolworths looks set to return to our high streets
  • Glasgow pub boss bids to turn office into boutique hotel in city centre
  • Rangers bosses informed Craig Whyte deal money 'coming from himself', court hears
  • Video: Citizens Theatre has just made the announcement we’d all been hoping for
  • Ross Craig murder bid: Police hunting Shawlands gunman release CCTV images
  • Watch hilarious moment Celtic fan's TV 'cuts oot' as Hoops hit penalty
  • Residents evacuated after van is set on fire in Hamilton
  • Revealed: Two in five Glaswegians aged over 55 are hit by fraud
Northwales PioneerUK
    • Lifeboat launches after man seen walking into sea at Colwyn Bay
    • More than 800 cyclists take on scenic sportive ride taking in Conwy, Pensarn and Denbigh
    • Colwyn Bay RSPCA dog with life-limiting heart condition looking for forever home
    • Deganwy pensioner raises £2k for hospice in sky-high challenge
    • WATCH: Dolphins captured frolicking and leaping in the sea in Llandudno
    • Green light given for five apartments to be built in Rhos on Sea
    • Tickets on sale for RawFfest youth arts festival in Llandudno
    • North Wales Police custody sergeant cleared of gross misconduct
    • Two friends end business partnership in Penrhyn Bay after forty years of success
    • Work on former Tudno Castle Hotel closes another road in Llandudno
Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Nicola Sturgeon: Election called before alleged expenses fraud catches up with Tories
  • Campaign sketch: Farron announced 100,000 members and counting as the orange lozengers cheered
  • Rangers bosses informed Craig Whyte deal money 'coming from himself', court hears
  • Met Office warns of snow and hail as Arctic blast set to sweep country
  • Ross Craig murder bid: Police hunting Glasgow gunman release CCTV images
  • Video: Citizens Theatre makes the announcement all Trainspotting fans had been hoping for
  • Independence support fails to rise after Theresa May's vote snub
  • Massive Glasgow Airport security queues spark fear among passengers
  • In pictures: Scallop dredging devastates rare flame shell reef in the Highlands
  • Widow of former Rangers footballer Ugo Ehiogu launches drive to set up charity in his memory
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Cut to education but increase in health budget if Stormont parties fail to reach agreement
  • DUP and UUP leaders meet to discuss possible election pact
  • Northern Ireland park faces demolition after being burnt by vandals - more than £65k of damage caused
  • Forces should face investigations if did not act correctly during Troubles
  • Could Woolworths make Northern Ireland comeback? Former director bids for high street return
  • Father and son found dead in each others arms after flat fire
  • I'm proud of my Provo girls, says maker of 'tasteless' £100 dolls
  • French election: Marine Le Pen stepping down as leader of National Front party
  • Northern Ireland traffic alerts: A7 Belfast Road between Carryduff and Saintfield closed following crash
  • Crowds gather to pay tribute to victims of the Holocaust
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
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Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland
  • Pesticides found in local drinking water
  • Chip shop fire in Magherafelt 'accidental'
  • Pupils set to cook up a storm in final
  • Appeal for an end to horse attacks at Maghera Fort Centre
  • Blame Game comedians poke fun at Cookstown folks
  • Fourteen Mid Ulster sunbed salons targeted in council ‘sting’ operation
  • UUP leader hits out at Foster’s ‘arrogance’ ahead of pact talks
  • WARNING after local woman LOSES £4000 on fake used car sales website
  • Tom Elliott joint unionist candidate in Fermanagh South Tyrone, but what about Mid Ulster?
  • Two in hospital after serious crash in Clogher Valley
Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Abortion referendum should be next year - Tánaiste
  • Seven plead not guilty to false imprisonment charges
  • GRA says members not responsible for breath test saga
  • Hollande calls on French to back Macron
  • US sanctions Syrian officials over gas attack
  • Complacency over vaccines could cause deaths, HSE warns
  • Inquest hears of sustained attack on mother, daughter
  • Man sentenced to 13 years for McAnaspie manslaughter
  • Hogan addresses farmers on Brexit concerns
  • High Court to consider Brexit case next month
Irish ExaminerIreland

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  • ‘No room at the inn’ for tourism workers
  • Remember the victims of Chernobyl disaster, urges Adi Roche
  • Cork City roads will close to cars for fundraising cycle in August
  • Discovery paves way for multiple sclerosis treatments
  • Gardaí to seek more terrorism training
  • Up to two consultants a month quit
  • Minister Simon Harris: Nuns won’t be running hospital
IndependentIreland
  • Irish community in mourning after dad-of-two killed by drunk-driver while on holiday
  • Mum living in one-bed flat with three children soon to be homeless: 'The HAP scheme is a joke'
  • 'Looking back you realise how close we were to losing Sami' - rugby star Matt Dawson urges parents to recognise early signs of meningitis
  • Woman (20) died of 'extraordinarily rare and catastrophic' condition at 39 weeks pregnant
  • Irish man 'lucky to be alive' after unprovoked 'one-punch attack' in Australia
  • 'Justice has finally been done' - family of Daniel McAnaspie thank public for support as second man jailed over killing
  • Woman who stabbed housemate and former partner to death jailed for six years
  • French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen announces she is stepping down as her party's leader
  • Army bomb squad called to dispose hand grenade discovered during house renovation
  • Comment: Now more than ever, it is vital that women's voices are heard in the media
Irish TimesIreland
  • President of Irish High Court to make ruling on Brexit
  • Disability rights advocate Donal Toolan dies aged 50
  • Tánaiste wants an abortion referendum next year
  • No upside to Brexit for Irish farmers, Michael Creed says
  • Trinity students call for halt to Luas works during exams
  • Demolishing grandstands cuts Curragh capacity to just 6,000
  • Father says ‘crude’ Facebook posts have nothing to do with his child
  • Man claiming he was abused loses case to apply for redress
  • Inquests jury finds mother and daughter killed unlawfully
  • High Court judge refuses appeal to his decision over wind farm site

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