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1. 31 Tories turn on May: Under-siege PM prepares for Tory party no-confidence vote after TWO Cabinet ministers quit and Boris joins Brexiteer MPs at closed-door meeting to plot leadership challenge Mail Online
2. 24 How Brexit Cabinet erupted with a 'massive bust-up' between Esther McVey and Theresa May The Daily Telegraph
3. 22 Live Brexit latest - Reaction as Raab quits 2 minutes ago BBC News
4. 20 'He's a Duchy Original!': Queen pays warm tribute to Charles as Kate and Meghan in VERY sparkling jewels join royals from around the world at Buckingham Palace for 70th party  Mail Online
5. 'Human rights lawyer' arrested after racist tirade The Daily Telegraph
6. Brexit agreement deal: What Theresa May promised - and what she delivered The Daily Telegraph
7. Full report A split cabinet, a split party and a split nation The Guardian
8. Resignations Cabinet ministers quit as May addresses MPs The Guardian
9. 'It's this or Jeremy Corbyn': How May persuaded Cabinet to back her Brexit deal in stormy five-hour meeting - but Tory rebels threaten a coup within days after TEN ministers spoke out against it today? Mail Online
10. EU countries will press home their advantage in Brexit talks and demand even more concessions The Daily Telegraph
11. If you don't laugh you'll cry... Jokers see the funny side of Brexit chaos by flooding the web with hilarious memes Mail Online
12. Leadsom cried and McVey 'went mental' before a civil servant pulled out a RULE BOOK to silence her - then May's plan was called 'a life raft with a plastic sail': Inside Theresa May's explosive Cabinet meeting Mail Online
13. Pound suffers biggest fall of the year as markets are shaken after Dominic Raab quits as Brexit Secretary  Mail Online
14. How the value of the pound has been affected by Brexit negotiations The Daily Telegraph
15. 'One minute we're f***ing lining up, and then the next minute...': Sky reporter Adam Boulton swears live on air as frustrated journalists wait for May to emerge from Cabinet marathon Mail Online
16. McVey: Why I quit the Government - May's Brexit deal does not honour referendum The Daily Telegraph
17. How to identify a Michelangelo? Take a look at the big toe The Daily Telegraph
18. John Kerry US 'cannot afford truculent child president' The Guardian
19. On she clambers, a tortoise, alone, impermeable - but somehow intact: QUENTIN LETTS on PM's bloody-minded refusal to bow in the face of great odds Mail Online
20. Private school pupils are being recruited by county lines drug gangs, official report warns The Daily Telegraph
21. Saudi Arabia will BEHEAD Khashoggi killers: Prosecutors charge 11 suspects and say five face the death penalty for murdering journalist with a lethal injection - but Crown Prince is cleared Mail Online
22. British universities fall behind in employability rankings as foreign institutions teach courses in English The Daily Telegraph
23. Cristiano Ronaldo 'is ENGAGED to girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez' after two years of dating  Mail Online
24. Five Saudi officials face death penalty over Khashoggi murder - but Crown Prince is exonerated The Daily Telegraph
25. Full story Rees-Mogg to send letter of no confidence The Guardian
26. Prince Charles at 70 The Daily Telegraph
27. Theresa May's Brexit deal Everything you need to know The Guardian
28. Woman, 59, bleeds to death after being attacked by MONKEYS days after a newborn was snatched and killed in the same Indian city Mail Online
29. 'She was going to die in a few weeks': Dramatic moment Tiger Woods' ex-mistress, 35, was rescued by Dog The Bounty Hunter from a Vegas drug den where she was trading sex for heroin and speed Mail Online
30. 5ft 2in company boss sues British Airways over back injuries after he was 'wedged in' next to 'big lump' 6ft 5in, 23-STONE passenger for 13 hours Mail Online
31. Aston Martin doubles output in first update since float The Daily Telegraph
32. Biometrics Fake fingerprints generated that can break into ID systems The Guardian
33. Can Theresa May maintain that the draft Brexit agreement gives the country what it voted for? The Daily Telegraph
34. EU chief Donald Tusk hints at fears May could be ousted as he says leaders will sign off Brexit deal at November 25 'if nothing extraordinary happens' Mail Online
35. EU May's Brexit deal is best we can do, Brussels warns The Guardian
36. How to spot a LIE in a text message: Expert reveals the nine red flags to look out for - and why compliments are not always a positive thing Mail Online
37. Jacob Rees-Mogg waves his pen of death: Dramatic moment hardline Brexiteer confronted Theresa May and threatened to submit 'no confidence' letter to try to oust her Mail Online
38. Jamal Khashoggi Saudi crown prince shielded as death penalty sought over murder The Guardian
39. Japan Curious cats bring fame to Japanese museum that will not let them in The Guardian
40. Kim Kardashian is accused of Photoshopping her five-year-old daughter North's body - but she insists the image was altered by a fan site Mail Online
41. Onions on top? New Zealand joins Bunnings hotdog safety furore The Guardian
42. Richard Bacon suffers from PTSD as he RETURNS to intensive care unit where he nearly died and was put into a coma due to mystery lung infection Mail Online
43. Tanzania World Bank pulls $300m loan over pregnant schoolgirl ban The Guardian
44. Uber Company makes loss of $1bn in run-up to IPO The Guardian
45. 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
46. 'People of culture are targeted first' Russian stars rally at director's trial The Guardian
47. 'They didn't give a damn' First footage of Croatian police 'brutality' The Guardian
48. 'They photographed the bruises around my neck' The day my husband strangled me The Guardian
49. 'We're winning' How a Canadian province the size of France stays rat-free The Guardian
50. A draft Brexit deal agreed - but how WILL Theresa May persuade her Cabinet, Brussels and Parliament to back it (and save her job)?  Mail Online
51. Arctic Oil firm's drilling expedition hit by lack of sea ice The Guardian
52. Beware: Police now have a super-strength camera which can spot drivers using mobile phones or speeding nearly a mile away Mail Online
53. Beyoncé Singer cuts ties with British tycoon and buys out share of fashion range The Guardian
54. Beyonce CUTS ties with Sir Philip Green amid sex pest scandal as she buys back multi-million pound clothing line she created with the shamed Topshop tycoon Mail Online
55. Brexit Cautious welcome for deal across Europe before ministerial exits The Guardian
56. Charity left Alzheimer's sufferer on minibus for three hours after 'forgetting' about her The Daily Telegraph
57. Corbyn plots to block Brexit deal: Labour leader set to order MPs to vote down May's agreement despite fears of cliff-edge exit Mail Online
58. Donald Trump Jr's wife Vanessa files for divorce The Independent
59. Ex-football club chairman's daughter, 32, sent her ex a video of two men having sex and claimed he was gay after he refused to give her £20,000 Mail Online
60. Florida Trump claims people wear disguises to vote illegally The Guardian
61. From ghosting to oversharing The new rules of breakups The Guardian
62. Gambler went home and hanged himself an hour after he lost £25,000 at casino in ONE NIGHT playing roulette and 'crack cocaine' slot machines Mail Online
63. Giraffes at risk of extinction as they are given 'critically endangered' status for first time The Daily Telegraph
64. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
65. Heartbroken soldier, 28, killed himself by taking 60 times the lethal limit of cocaine after suspecting the mother of his young son was now seeing someone else  Mail Online
66. How Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg joined forces with the DUP to ambush Theresa May's Brexit deal inside Parliament within MINUTES of it emerging Mail Online
67. Japanese Empress sparks Jeeves and Wooster frenzy after announcing retirement plans The Daily Telegraph
68. Kate cooks up a storm! Duchess dons an apron as she and William muck in in the kitchen at a Yorkshire homeless project - before being whisked away by HELICOPTER for Prince Charles' birthday bash Mail Online
69. Labour's glee at May's meltdown: Corbyn and Starmer vow to destroy 'miserable failure' of Brexit talks and demand a snap general election  Mail Online
70. May's humiliating climbdown on 'crack cocaine' gambling machines: PM says she will abandon delay to cut the maximum stake to £2 after a furious Tory revolt Mail Online
71. Michael Avenatti Stormy Daniels lawyer arrested over domestic violence claim The Guardian
72. Noel Edmonds beats Harry Redknapp to become the HIGHEST EVER PAID I'm A Celebrity contestant after 'securing £600k fee for late arrival' Mail Online
73. Parliament How will its many tribes vote on the Brexit deal? The Guardian
74. Philippines hotel fire kills three and traps two, as hundreds flee The Independent
75. Ranked The 20 best Marvel films The Guardian
76. Retired four-star general says Trump is 'serious threat to US security' The Independent
77. SIMON WALTERS: Can Theresa May now see off the plotters? How the Prime Minister might be ousted from Number 10 Mail Online
78. STEPHEN GLOVER: Flawed, yes, but this deal will give us Leavers much of what we wanted - and may heal a divided nation  Mail Online
79. The Bisexual, episode 6 review: a fearless, taboo-breaking comedy that's too light on jokes The Daily Telegraph
80. The document Key points from the draft agreement The Guardian
81. The long read How technology transformed my life The Guardian
82. The world's most dangerous countries revealed: Maps show Libya, Afghanistan and Somalia are the riskiest places but Finland, Norway and Iceland are the safest Mail Online
83. Town crier used his bell to fend off "yobs" who tried to snatch his hat and wig  The Daily Telegraph
84. What the papers say Splits, cracks and difficult days The Guardian
85. 'Can you make sure the sun rises outside my bedroom window?' Hotel staff reveal the weirdest requests they've received from guests Mail Online
86. 'Daddy, it's just us two now. It'll be okay': BBC presenter Rachael Bland's husband reveals heartbreaking words of their son Freddie, three, just days after her death to breast cancer Mail Online
87. 'Do you know where I'm going? I'm going to the park...' Daisy the toddler's hilarious chat on the phone with her imaginary friend sends the web into meltdown Mail Online
88. 'El Chapo' ordered hits on 'own family' - and favourite weapon was  'diamond-encrusted pistol' The Daily Telegraph
89. 'Gentle and intelligent' art teacher, 32, hanged himself after turning to alcohol as he struggled to cope with break-up Mail Online
90. 'How to be successful without hurting men's feelings': Ex-Google employee pens satirical guide for women to help them get ahead in the workplace - 'without harming the fragile male ego' Mail Online
91. 'I am a f***ing international lawyer and you won't give me a glass of wine?' Irish woman denied a drink during flight to Heathrow rants at staff, shouting 'I helped f***ing Rohingyas' Mail Online
92. 'I was killing myself from the inside out': Australian PE teacher who is fitter at 41 than she was in her 20s reveals the simple steps she took to overhaul her figure and her health Mail Online
93. 'I will not compromise': Theresa May says a Brexit deal is close but 'significant' issues with Brussels must still be ironed out although public want her to 'get on with it'  Mail Online
94. 'I'm fuming!': James Bulger's mother slams 'disgusting, one-sided' documentary on her two-year-old son's murderers that showed Robert Thompson saying jail has made him a 'better person' Mail Online
95. 'Is it supposed to feel like that?' The final words of US Death Row inmate given the lethal injection for killing a prison guard during a 2012 escape attempt Mail Online
96. 'It's Spanish Airways!' BA passengers and MPs accuse UK's national flag carrier of 'bailing out of Brexit Britain' amid claim it could shift operations to Madrid in the event of a no-deal  Mail Online
97. 'Outrageous' Facebook smeared critics with false links to Soros, says report The Guardian
98. 'People are scared to go home' Deadly mines of Isis still shapes lives in Iraq The Guardian
99. 'Shameful day' Sri Lanka MPs fight in parliament as power struggle deepens The Guardian
100. 'Stop lying' Democrats warn Trump over Florida recounts The Guardian

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