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1. 15 Leave campaign mobilises for 'inevitable' second Brexit referendum The Daily Telegraph
2. 12 Comment Shutdown exposes disaster that is Trumponomics The Guardian
3. 11 Brad Pitt, 55, and Charlize Theron, 43, 'are dating and were all over each other last week'... after being introduced by her ex Sean Penn Mail Online
4. 10 'I'm lucky to be alive': Mother-of-two, 45, who broke her wrist in Sandringham car crash says Prince Philip has NOT apologised - as he passes a police eye-test but is warned by officers after getting back behind the wheel without a seatbelt Mail Online
5. 10 Why some people NEVER catch a cold and how YOU could be one of them by following simple steps to stay sniffle-free Mail Online
6. 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
7. MPs plotting to thwart Brexit risk unleashing a 'political tsunami', Liam Fox warns The Daily Telegraph
8. Nancy Pelosi 'She's the matador, Trump's the bull' The Guardian
9. Nigel Farage to lead new BREXIT PARTY and warns Theresa May he will 'step back into the fray' to defend Leave vote if exit is delayed Mail Online
10. US shutdown Pelosi rejects Trump shutdown deal before president announces it The Guardian
11. 'Drunk' female trooper in 3am sex assault on male Windsor Castle guard is let off with a reprimand 'because she's a woman'  Mail Online
12. Brexit No 10 hits out at MPs trying to delay article 50 to avert no deal The Guardian
13. Chalet workers jump from windows as two people are killed and more than a dozen injured after massive fire breaks out at Courchevel ski resort popular with celebrities and royals in the French Alps  Mail Online
14. Enter Mogg the peacebroker: Help me to save Theresa May and Brexit, says hardliner in stunning about turn as No10 braces for snap poll  Mail Online
15. The Queen lets her chauffeur take the wheel as she arrives at church days after husband Philip's crash (but fails to wear her seatbelt for the SECOND time in 48 hours) Mail Online
16. Brexit plan B: What happens next? The Daily Telegraph
17. Britain's richest man: Tax crackdown in UK is driving billionaire exodus The Daily Telegraph
18. Fears grow over resurgence of toxic borrowing The Daily Telegraph
19. Revealed: The 189 police officers convicted of crimes including murder, child pornography and drug dealing since 2013 The Daily Telegraph
20. John Kelly Chief of staff made speech 'hostile' to president The Guardian
21. Labour youth Come off the fence on Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn told The Guardian
22. Zimbabwe president 'The Crocodile' SCRAPS plans to attend international summit amid fierce criticism over his regime's brutal crackdown that has seen hundreds beaten and killed Mail Online
23. As seen on Grand Designs! Homes from the hit show are being rented out for TREBLE the price of similar properties on Airbnb Mail Online
24. Eat what you want and STOP worrying! New book claims sugar ISN'T toxic, low-carb diets AREN'T healthier and avoiding dairy is POINTLESS Mail Online
25. Insiders claim Meghan had a SECRET Instagram account but shut it down at Christmas after seeing vile comments from trolls which left her feeling 'unsafe' Mail Online
26. Lib Dems Ministers agree to consider plans for new referendum The Guardian
27. Live Africa Live: Latest on Nairobi attack 14 minutes ago BBC News
28. PETER HITCHENS: Think flogging drug dealers is barbaric? We could soon be doing MUCH worse here Mail Online
29. Revealed: How to guard your wealth from Comrade Corbyn! Mail Online
30. Tory MPs opposed to no deal called for meetings with their constituents to answer for their actions The Daily Telegraph
31. 'I'm a fool': Prince Philip pleaded 'get me out' as he was found 'hanging' from his Land Rover after horror smash as Palace faces questions over Duke's determination to keep driving aged 97  Mail Online
32. 'Prince Philip nearly ran me off road... it's about time he QUIT': Driver claims the Duke almost smashed into her near Sandringham estate before he hit car carrying two women and a baby  Mail Online
33. 'What the hell is a man of 97 doing behind wheel?' Jeremy Clarkson joins calls for Prince Philip to lose licence after Sandringham smash - after Duke has brand new Range Rover delivered Mail Online
34. Britain's cold snap 'could last well into FEBRUARY' as snow, hail and sleet will blanket much of country next week - but people enjoy a sunny day on Brighton beach today as the North shivers Mail Online
35. Diane vs the Beeb: BBC furiously hits back at Abbott as she accuses Question Time of 'whipping up a RACIST and sexist atmosphere' before she was 'jeered more than anyone' on Fiona Bruce's second show Mail Online
36. France Fire at French ski resort of Courchevel kills two The Guardian
37. Grand Designs couples turn to Airbnb to reclaim the costs of their dream homes The Daily Telegraph
38. Is YOUR mess making you stressed? Expert reveals the six simple decluttering steps that will leave you with a tidy home AND a clearer mind Mail Online
39. Labour Corbyn expected to back move to block no-deal Brexit The Guardian
40. Labour Keir Starmer says backstop likely in any Brexit scenario The Guardian
41. Man, 38, charged with flying a drone near Heathrow Airport days after scare at Gatwick grounded 1,000 flights Mail Online
42. Maria Sharapova refuses to answer questions over meldonium use after crashing out of Australian Open The Daily Telegraph
43. NHS 'gave more than 450 men FREE bionic penises last year after they failed to respond to Viagra'  Mail Online
44. Pictured: Two-year-old Spanish boy who has been trapped in 250ft well for a WEEK as rescue teams drill new tunnel in bid to reach him  Mail Online
45. Revealed: Murder suspect on run after fatal stabbing of doorman at New Year 'sex party' at £12m Mayfair home is son of jobless Palestinian refugee who was evicted from their £1m council home  Mail Online
46. Richard Dawkins complains people keep thinking he's Stephen Hawking The Independent
47. Schoolchildren in 'MAGA' hats mock Native American at Lincoln Memorial The Daily Telegraph
48. Super blood wolf moon Rare total lunar eclipse to grace northern hemisphere skies The Guardian
49. US Outcry after students in Maga hats mock Native American veteran The Guardian
50. 'All I want for my birthday... is to DIE': Heartbreak as 11-year-old daughter in constant pain due to incurable bladder condition tells family she doesn't want to turn 12  Mail Online
51. 'Help, call an ambulance': Horrified witnesses tell how driver collapsed after being stabbed 'inches from his heart' with kitchen knife by thief trying to steal his car near Kew Gardens Mail Online
52. 'I heard her screaming': Sister of Israeli backpacker who was 'raped and murdered' by aspiring rapper in Australia reveals chilling final phone call Mail Online
53. 'Keep going, be flexible ... and listen' How to break a Brexit deadlock The Guardian
54. 117 'drown in Med' including pregnant and two month old child woman as migrant boat capsizes  Mail Online
55. Adaptability key for England while Joe Root admits Sam Curran could open the bowling against West Indies The Daily Telegraph
56. Ant McPartlin beams on second day of BGT auditions as he continues triumphant return after reuniting with co-host Declan Donnelly Mail Online
57. Ant McPartlin beams with delight alongside co-presenter Dec Donnelly after finishing successful first day of BGT rehearsals following his time off Mail Online
58. Arsenal close the gap on top four with hard-earned win over blunt Chelsea The Daily Telegraph
59. ‘Blood Moon’ lunar eclipse next week will be the last in Britain for 10 years The Daily Telegraph
60. â€˜It’s like hell here’ Australia bakes as record temperatures nudge 50C The Guardian
61. Bank of England raises alarm over junk debt The Daily Telegraph
62. Bicycle of the week GoCycle GS e-bike: ‘I’ve yet to ride one I thought was better’ The Guardian
63. Bradley Cooper on directing A Star is Born: from his gruelling vocal training to working with Lady Gaga The Daily Telegraph
64. California Town sets up 'goat fund me' page to finance four-legged firefighters The Guardian
65. Churches see rise in donations after introducing contactless collection plates The Daily Telegraph
66. Contraceptive pill can be taken every day of the month, after scientists dismiss 'Pope rule' The Daily Telegraph
67. Darts legend Raymond van Barneveld's wife tells how she fled naked from burglars who ransacked couple's home, beat her and held a gun to her head Mail Online
68. Delaying Brexit would be a wholesale betrayal of the Conservatives’ manifesto promises The Daily Telegraph
69. Donald Trump offers protection for 'Dreamers' in exchange for his wall in bid to end government shutdown The Daily Telegraph
70. El Chapo trial A naked escape and bribed presidents The Guardian
71. Environment How Orkney leads the way for sustainable energy The Guardian
72. Footage shows 'horrific conditions' endured by chickens in egg farm The Independent
73. How to stop the climate crisis Six lessons from the campaign that saved the ozone The Guardian
74. Irate Theresa May slaps down Sajid Javid in Cabinet row after months of leadership plotting and policy rows  Mail Online
75. Labour membership plunges by 150,000 amid backlash over Corbyn's handling of Brexit  Mail Online
76. London woman named world's best teacher with $1m prize The Independent
77. Man stabbed near Kew Gardens 'as he tried to enter his car' The Daily Telegraph
78. Nine-year-old girl named Queenie reveals how her hero grandfather helped rescue Prince Philip, 97, out of his upturned Land Rover  Mail Online
79. No talking in the corridor, mobiles confiscated for a week and public apologies: How Britain's strictest headmaster turned around his failing school Mail Online
80. Northern Ireland Police condemn 'reckless' Derry bomb attack The Guardian
81. Retired four-star general says Trump is 'serious threat to US security' The Independent
82. ROBERT HARDMAN: The day tootling Prince Philip diligently and carefully drove me around the Windsor estate Mail Online
83. Safety first, Ma'am! The Queen wears a seatbelt one day after she was criticised for not buckling up in her Range Rover following Prince Philip's crash  Mail Online
84. Shutdown 'It’s not a joke that we’re working for free.' The Guardian
85. Sir John Major Give MPs free vote on Brexit options, says grandee The Guardian
86. Turkish forces seize control of Afrin and tear down Kurdish statue The Independent
87. UK Defiant John Bercow ‘set to stay as speaker’ The Guardian
88. UK Novichok poisoning victims first helped by teenage girl The Guardian
89. Vladimir Putin suggests Jews could have meddled in US elections The Independent
90. Want to earn a fortune this year? Experts reveal the quirky business ideas that could make you MILLIONS in 2019 - from bespoke beauty products to houseplants Mail Online
91. Why sit-ups are the one exercise you should NEVER do (so perhaps try the plank instead?) Mail Online
92. #MJToo: Dancer who sued Michael Jackson for $1.6B alleges that the King of Pop raped him for SEVEN years in Leaving Neverland documentary - as singer's family calls him a 'scam artist' Mail Online
93. 'All I want is him back': Mother's anger after her vulnerable son died of heart failure after buying drugs from the dark web as trio who sold him 'lethal' carfentanyl are jailed for more than 40 years Mail Online
94. 'I wiped it off with my t-shirt': Woman who accused R. Kelly of abuse says she has a shirt with the singer's DNA on it after he allegedly spat on her when she was just 16 Mail Online
95. 'I'm so scared': Ex-Westminster public schoolboy who was caught dealing drugs in Singapore opens up from his cell in his first interview since learning he'll be strapped naked to a frame and caned 24 times  Mail Online
96. 'Mum said if you don't marry him... I WILL!' Excruciating one-liners from Chloe Madeley and her rugger hubby James Haskell in a newlywed interview to make you (and mother Judy) blush Mail Online
97. 'Please forgive me': Priest who was awarded OBE by the Queen writes grovelling letter of apology to woman he had 'sexual activity' with when she was a schoolgirl Mail Online
98. 'Slim' Boris's trousers sagged like a flag on a windless day: QUENTIN LETTS on a weighty burst of blond Brexit brio  Mail Online
99. 'The goal is to automate us' Welcome to the age of surveillance capitalism The Guardian
100. 'The ruthless ones are the white Kiwis': Rowdy British 'gypsies' praise Mori culture and slam ruthless New Zealanders as they flee to the mountains fearing attacks Mail Online

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