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  • Brexit: Labour 'would back members' on new vote, says Corbyn
  • Corbyn: 'Anti-Semitism is a scourge on any society'
  • Girl with allergy dies after Pret baguette
  • Iran's Rouhani fumes at US after Ahvaz parade attack
  • Meghan's first date dress was her 'something blue'
  • Mike Ashley blames greed for House of Fraser store closures
  • Jamie Chadwick races again for first time since historic win
  • Australia fruit scare: Needles found in New Zealand strawberries
  • Peston: I felt guilt after falling in love again
  • Worcester student missing: Criminal probe launched
  • More than 60% of Oxford University students went to private or grammar school, figures show
  • Pope Francis pays tribute to victims of Soviet and Nazi occupation in Lithuania
  • Birmingham pharmacist detained in Syria on suspicion of Isis membership
  • Bodyguard: Counterterror police seek recruits inspired by watching hit BBC show
  • West Ham vs Chelsea - LIVE: Latest score and updates from London Stadium
  • The 2018 County Championship will be remembered as the year of the bowler
  • The Tories and Labour may want a snap election, but only a second referendum could solve the problem of Brexit
  • Indian politician shot dead in rural village by 40 Maoist rebels, police say
  • UK weather: Met Office predicts warm and dry autumn months and rejects claims of snow
  • Karolina Pliskova beats US champion Naomi Osaka to win Pan Pacific Open
  • Corbyn 'bound' by members' decision on Brexit referendum
  • British 'pharmacist and IS member' held in Syria
  • Labour MP backs male-female job-share for leadership
  • Schoolgirl died after 'eating Pret a Manger baguette'
  • 'Bully' US helped attackers who killed 29, says Iran
  • Trouble in paradise as Maldives holds election
  • Meghan's 'something blue' wedding secret
  • America's Got Talent finalist arrested 'after fight with wife'
  • Nearly $18m of cocaine seized in donated boxes of bananas
  • EU's Brexit opposition fuelling far-right, warns Raab
  • 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
  • 'Things are getting worse': economic collapse looms again in Zimbabwe
  • Russian passport leak after Salisbury may reveal spy methods
  • Iran summons UK, Dutch and Danish envoys over attack on military parade
  • Amy Chua denies telling female students to be 'model-like' for Brett Kavanaugh
  • Dominic Raab rules out snap general election to save May's Brexit plan
  • Hayabusa2: Japanese robots land on moving asteroid in world first
  • Thousands at risk from rightwing push to purge eligible voters from US rolls
  • Boko Haram landmines in Nigeria killed at least 162 in two years – study
  • Abhilash Tomy: Australian plane joins rescue mission to save injured Indian sailor
  • 'No regrets': world's biggest election loser runs for 96th time in Canada
Daily Mail UK
  • Corbyn tells thousands of supporters at rally the 'best way to settle Brexit' is a general election
  • Teenager is shot dead in Walthamstow in 108th murder in London
  • Health chiefs 'burying' obesity figures for black and Asian children
  • Strictly's Karen Clifton needed therapy before dancing with Kevin
  • Police chiefs say criminals ‘encouraged’ to offend by 'soft judges'
  • Couple face split after chef is facing deportation over technicality
  • Tory donor threatens to launch breakaway Brexit party
  • May demands pledge from EU to protect our citizens abroad
  • How stitches inside your stomach can help you lose five stone
  • Meghan had fabric from first date with Harry sewn into wedding dress
Mirror UK
  • Liverpool fans disagree with David Moyes' opinion of Jurgen Klopp's team after 100 per cent start
  • Arsenal vs Everton live score and goal updates: Premier League latest from the Emirates Stadium
  • West Ham 0-0 Chelsea LIVE score and goal updates: Antonio squanders best chance in goalless first half
  • Tyson Fury lets rip at Eddie Hearn after promoter pours scorn on potential Anthony Joshua fight
  • Great white shark lair discovered in Pacific Ocean by researchers who tracked predators to 'barren' zone
  • Woman heartbroken by husband's death reveals amazing way he continues to save lives
  • Every hospital will have '24-hour' team to help alcoholics under a Labour government
  • 'Highly hazardous' volcano Katla ready to erupt and could dwarf 2010 ash cloud that caused flight chaos
  • Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin share classy moment after ferocious fight at Wembley
  • Zinedine Zidane holds preliminary talks with David Beckham as England legend's MLS plans take shape
Evening Standard UK
  • Jeremy Corbyn: 'No, I'm not an anti-Semite. I will die fighting racism'
  • Hundreds of angry travellers packed onto Euston station concourse amid train delays as thousands head to Labour conference
  • Labour Party Conference 2018: The key events and hot topics to look out for as party gathers in Liverpool
  • Anti-terror police chief hopes Bodyguard inspires a flood of new recruits
  • Walthamstow shooting: Teenager, 19, gunned down in weekend of violence in London
  • More than 600 people plunge naked into bracing seas for annual charity skinny dip
  • UK weather: 'Yellow alert' as storms are set to hit southeast England with rain and dangerous winds
  • Brexit secretary Dominic Raab dismisses claims Theresa May is planning a snap election
  • Moment the Queen starts to laugh after being told to re-do Christmas speech 'from the top'
  • House of Fraser stores in Edinburgh, Hull and Swindon set to close
Daily StarUK
  • Hundreds strip NAKED for annual skinny dip in sleepy Brit village
  • Snooker legend Jimmy White, 56, falls for gorgeous darts walk-on girl half his age
  • BREAKING: Major search for missing mum and her 'dishevelled' five-year-old son
  • Girl dies on British Airways flight after allergic reaction to Pret a Manger sandwich
  • Teacher who cut short holiday to have sex with pupil caged
  • Brit couple ‘horrified’ to find live FROG in bag of Aldi salad 
  • Prince William flying to place that helped him get over Princess Diana’s death
  • James Bulger killer relative sparks uproar for ‘posting child on tracks photo’
  • Disgraced footie nonce Adam Johnson hopes to join 'CONFERENCE club' after prison stretch 
  • House of Fraser store closures REVEALED – four to SHUT… for now

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Daily PostUK
  • North Wales to get yet another steam train visit just a week after Flying Scotsman drew crowds
  • All you need to know about the return of the Conwy Real Ale Trail
  • Man arrested after attempted robbery with handgun at pharmacy
  • These eateries in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham have been given the highest hygiene rating
  • Watch world-famous Flying Scotsman make spectacular visit to North Wales
  • Gunman hunted by cops after 'frightening' ordeal sparks massive police response
  • Climber in four and a half hour South Stack cliff rescue flown to hospital
  • The food outlets awarded a FIVE hygiene rating in Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy in 2018
  • Massive emergency services search lasts almost eight hours after missing person report
  • Caernarfon shopkeeper says emotional goodbye to customers as he closes after 33 years
Manchester Evening NewsUK
  • Boxer haunted by rape ordeal aged 10 at hands of bully who told him: 'This is what happens at big school'
  • M62 traffic delays after crash near Eccles Interchange
  • Weather forecast: Mini-Indian summer on the way this week
  • Pictures show aftermath as driver collides with two cars and flees
  • Police appeal to trace missing 15-year-old boy
  • Ex-PA mistakenly killed herself with overdose of painkillers after she stockpiled them to treat migraines
  • 'No deal' Brexit could bring food shortages and airport chaos to Greater Manchester, councils warn
  • Jeremy Corbyn says he'll back second EU referendum if Labour conference votes for it
  • This House of Fraser store was earmarked for closure - now it's been saved
  • This is how Manchester's Wetherspoon pubs measure up on TripAdvisor
Daily ExpressUK
  • 'How MUCH?" ANOTHER Labour numbers blunder as MP CAN'T say how much KEY policy will cost
  • Send REES-MOGG to Brussels! Davis given rapturous applause as he savages EU 'BULLIES'
  • Jeremy Corbyn REFUSES to answer this KEY question over second Brexit referendum vote
  • Queen’s chef REVEALS monarch's new favourite dish from the kitchen - new documentary
  • Brexit-backing councillor hits back at Remain trolls by posting OWN bikini photos
  • Furious Iran summons British diplomats after 25 slaughtered in military parade terror
  • The Queen bursts into giggles as BIRD ruins Christmas speech - REVEALED in new documentary
  • 'EU SPURNS democratic votes!' Raab EXPLODES at 'elite' after Macron's Brexit LIARS attack
  • BREXIT SHOCK: Yanis Varoufakis reveals EXACTLY what the EU will do next to STOP us leaving
  • LABOUR CRISIS: Anti-Semitism scandal could cost Corbyn ONE MILLION votes
Herald ScotlandUK
  • Revealed: the police list of flags that could be criminal offence to fly in Scotland
  • New plans for the future of Scotland's ferry fleet would see more smaller vessels
  • Labour MSPs urged to fund Kezia Dugdale's legal costs in battle against Wings
  • Paul Hutcheon: by ending Kez's legal support, Labour is helping Wings over Scotland
  • Raab tells Brussels Britain won't be dictated to over Brexit
  • Labour's next manifesto will oppose a second Scottish independence poll, insists Leonard
  • Corbyn says he would be "bound" by party's will if it backed People's Vote
  • 'Communist' Sutherland flag could be scrapped
  • Lloyds banking group cuts nearly 4,000 jobs since being privatised
  • Scottish Labour leader to outline socialist case for UK
  • African oil boom can offer ‘opportunities’ for North Sea oil sector
  • Parents sell their home to take kids on open-ended journey around the globe
  • Team GB Paralympian left a ‘prisoner’ in his own home after DVLA queries driving test
  • Call second independence referendum by March, SNP MP says
  • Richard Leonard rules out Labour support for second Scottish independence referendum
  • Dominic Raab dismisses early election talk as "for the birds"
  • Alex Salmond allegations: Police probe conduct during Scottish independence referendum campaign
  • Rescuers save swimmers after ‘phenomenal’ water speeds endanger Firth of Forth race
  • Documentary reveal ‘crazy’ extent of marine pollution
  • SNP MP’s tribute to Afghan military leader under fire
Edinburgh EchoUK

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  • Street support project set to tackle Glasgow HIV outbreak
  • Revealed: the police list of flags that could be criminal offence to fly in Scotland
  • Police launch investigation after man, 39, is found dead in Townhead
  • Cops called to playing field in Milton over concern for 14-year-old girl
  • Major search launched for 15-year-old girl who vanished several days ago
  • Dad tells of 'heart wrenching' moment he told his young daughters that their mum wasn't coming home
  • 'We need your help': East End community council facing disbandment
  • Lloyds cuts nearly 4,000 jobs since being privatised
  • 'His death has devastated my family': Brother of Scott Hutchinson to run half marathon in his memory
  • Ayda Field Williams reveals heartbreak over break-up with Robbie
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Southwales Eveningpost UK
  • Revealed: the police list of flags that could be criminal offence to fly in Scotland
  • New plans for the future of Scotland's ferry fleet would see more smaller vessels
  • Labour MSPs urged to fund Kezia Dugdale's legal costs in battle against Wings
  • Paul Hutcheon: by ending Kez's legal support, Labour is helping Wings over Scotland
  • Raab tells Brussels Britain won't be dictated to over Brexit
  • Labour's next manifesto will oppose a second Scottish independence poll, insists Leonard
  • Corbyn says he would be "bound" by party's will if it backed People's Vote
  • 'Communist' Sutherland flag could be scrapped
  • Lloyds banking group cuts nearly 4,000 jobs since being privatised
  • Scottish Labour leader to outline socialist case for UK
Belfast TelegraphUK/Northern Ireland
  • Teenager shot four times in 'brutal' paramilitary style attack
  • Stormont department under-prepared for Brexit, claims Ulster Unionist MLA
  • Watch: Belfast City Half Marathon 2018 - Kenyan Kimosop defends his title
  • Police investigate link as second home targeted in armed robbery by masked gang
  • No-deal Brexit 'gift to those who want to return to violence' warns Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary
  • Glentoran win Challenge Cup as Mulholland nets late brace to deny Linfield the treble
  • Gardai review security at Aras after intruder 'walked unchallenged into President Higgins' office'
  • Northern Ireland traffic: Newry road closed due to serious crash
Ulster HeraldUK/North Ireland
    • Positivity the theme at Tyrone homecoming
    • TRACEY, Joanne,
    • Road closed after ‘serious’ collision outside Omagh
    • Heroes welcome expected for Tyrone team
    • Tyrone woman killed in M1 collision near Drogheda
    • McCAFFREY, Margaret Eveline
    • MANGAN, Jackie
    • Tyrone come up short in glory bid
    • Time to stand tall
    • LIVE BLOG: SFC All-Ireland Final 2018
Tyrone TimesUK/North Ireland

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Raidió Teilifís Éireann Ireland
  • Corbyn says he would support second Brexit referendum
  • Trial to test whether aspirin can prevent cancer return
  • Teen injured in 'brutal' paramilitary style shooting
  • Backstop is not a 'green or orange' issue - McEntee
  • Haley rejects Iranian claims over deadly parade attack
  • Supreme Calm - An unexpected response from Donald Trump
  • Some mental health teams have under 10% of needed staff
  • Woman arrested over cash seizures in Wexford and Dublin
  • Hundreds protest over lack of cardiac care in Waterford
  • Stormont dept under-prepared for Brexit, MLA claims
Irish ExaminerIreland
  • German government seeks to end stand-off over spy chief
  • UK will not be dictated to by Brussels over Brexit, says Raab
  • Greece beach covered by 1000ft spider webs overnight
  • Iran’s president blames US after attack on military parade
  • Pope honours victims of Soviet and Nazi crimes in Lithuania
  • 'I will act accordingly': Corbyn says he would support second EU referendum
  • Kavanaugh and accuser ‘agree to testify on Thursday’
  • Gardaí investigating collision between two cyclists in Dublin
  • Stormont department under-prepared for Brexit, claims Ulster Unionist MLA
  • Four in 10 Irish drivers likely to offer assistance to a broken down motorist - survey
  • Man questioned in relation to €1.2m cash seizure released; Three remain in custody
  • Millionaire made in the Midlands - €1m Lotto prize won in Westmeath town of Ballynacargy
  • Local and national newspapers rally together for Journalism Matters Week
  • Ireland’s first community air ambulance draws concern from doctors
  • Intruder accosting President Higgins in Áras office a 'matter of concern' - Justice Minister
  • Footage emerges of man 'throwing a severed pigeon head' at housing activists
  • Carl Frampton: 'I've always enjoyed the Twelfth, but burning effigies, photos and tricolours on bonfires doesn't do the Protestant community any good'
  • Massive cash haul in Kinahan gang raids 'was on way out of the country'
  • 'Coming home can be as hard as moving overseas, you feel like an outsider' - Irish ex-pats on the reality of moving back to Ireland
  • Pictured: Teen facing trial for park murder of man with disability
  • This is the 1957 newspaper report detailing family tragedy RTÉ broadcaster Des Cahill revealed on Late Late
  • Young mum who survived crash that killed friends told she may never walk again
  • Drink driving suspect miraculously escaped 'fireball' crash and hid from emergency services
  • WATCH: Dad flies home from duty in Lebanon to surprise his daughter
Irish TimesIreland
  • Police investigating armed robbery in Co Tyrone
  • Man (18) shot in both arms and both legs by ‘dangerous individuals’
  • Vacant Glebe House in Crumlin occupied by activists
  • Housing crisis: Dublin’s O’Connell Bridge scene of mass protest
  • Gardaí seize €1.2m in Wexford stop-and-search action
  • Sit-down in Dublin city centre as large crowds protest over housing
  • Innovative RTÉ star and PR guru Bunny Carr laid to rest
  • Gardaí appeal for witnesses after shots fired at Traveller halting site in Cork
  • Gardaí investigating after woman walks into Áras and speaks to President
  • Man (40) charged with hijacking in Bangor

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