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1. 27 PETER OBORNE: Red lights are flashing. An economic hurricane is coming...and we should all be scared Mail Online
2. 20 Brexit Johnson to head to Paris and Berlin in bid to break deadlock The Guardian
3. 17 Ken Clarke: I am willing to become caretaker prime minister to 'sort Brexit out' The Daily Telegraph
4. 16 Seafront healing Marvin Gaye museum mooted in Belgian town he loved The Guardian
5. 14 British girl, 14, is 'raped by Albanian hotel worker' while on family holiday in Corfu as 32-year-old man is arrested  Mail Online
6. 14 Zara Tindall reveals she would be 'horrified' if one of her daughters got a tattoo despite being labelled a 'Royal wild child' herself for getting a tongue piercing in her teens' Mail Online
7. 11 'Gaukeward squad' of rebels will meet next week to plot ways to thwart no deal The Daily Telegraph
8. 10 Murdered newlywed officer Andrew Harper, 28, was 'dragged under burglars' getaway van for hundreds of yards before being hit by a police dog vehicle' - as inquiry focuses on nearby travellers' camp Mail Online
9. Brexit Corbyn hits back at MPs refusing to support him as interim PM The Guardian
10. Speculation grows Ghislaine Maxwell is planting appearances to throw the public off her scent The Daily Telegraph
11. 'Always ask if there’s coffee in it' Mormon church stands by rule with new advice The Guardian
12. 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
13. 'Plastic recycling is a myth' What really happens to your rubbish? The Guardian
14. Packed ferry with 400 passengers aboard runs aground in Spain on voyage from Ibiza sparking a terrifying midnight evacuation Mail Online
15. Princess Christina of the Netherlands, who inadvertently caused a crisis in the Dutch court The Daily Telegraph
16. A cover-up just like Chernobyl: Sixty doctors who treated naked missile technicians wrapped in plastic bags after mystery Russian 'nuclear explosion' are 'flown to Moscow for urgent tests' after they were NOT told of radiation risk Mail Online
17. Iranian oil tanker US unveils warrant to seize Grace 1 in Gibraltar dispute The Guardian
18. No-deal Brexit preferable to a Jeremy Corbyn government offering a second referendum, poll finds  The Daily Telegraph
19. Prince Andrew is pictured inside paedophile Jeffrey Epstein's £63million mansion of depravity nine years ago... so how did he miss signs of the billionaire's sexual deviance? Mail Online
20. Bali warns misbehaving tourists after holy water stunt The Daily Telegraph
21. Downing Street slams 'dishonest' Tory rebels, as Boris Johnson triggers EU exit The Daily Telegraph
22. Lawyers seek $20m from porn star for saying she had affair with Trump The Independent
23. Live Notre-Dame cathedral engulfed by fire Less than a minute ago BBC News
24. No-deal Brexit: A survivalist's tips on stockpiling food The Daily Telegraph
25. 'Portland is being watched' Trump stokes tension over far right rally The Guardian
26. A Romanian court has ruled that a man is dead, even though he's alive The Independent
27. Exodus at Italy's top museums as populist government sweeps away renaissance The Daily Telegraph
28. In search of the real Mesut Ozil: Special report from Turkey on Arsenal star's struggle to belong The Daily Telegraph
29. Online curtain-twitchers become new Neighbourhood Watch: Police rely on Nextdoor app to tell officers where to patrol after users share information about crimes in area  Mail Online
30. Thailand 'Sweetheart' orphan dugong dies with plastic in stomach The Guardian
31. 'It's the best possible thing that could have happened!' Jeremy Kyle, 54, announces he's expecting his first child with his fiancée Vicky Burton, 37... months after his show was axed Mail Online
32. Andy Murray reveals his 85-year-old grandmother refused to speak to him for three months after he swore on court during match when he was 14  Mail Online
33. Arrest after stabbing at Home Office in Westminster leaves man in hospital The Daily Telegraph
34. British Armed Forces have retention, not recruitment crisis, new figures show The Daily Telegraph
35. British soldier was unjustified in killing IRA member Seamus Bradley in 1972 as he ran across Londonderry field because he was unarmed, coroner rules Mail Online
36. British woman killed fighting for all-female Kurdish militia in Syria The Independent
37. Carrie Symonds takes aim at puffin killers in first public outing The Daily Telegraph
38. Chancellor Sajid Javid is set to make home sellers pay stamp duty in boost to first-time buyers amid plans to slash taxes within months Mail Online
39. Comics Spiegelman's Marvel essay 'refused publication for Orange Skull Trump dig' The Guardian
40. Forensic teams scour travellers' site near the spot where murdered newlywed PC Andrew Harper was 'dragged to his death by fleeing getaway van' - as police continue to quiz ten men aged 13 to 30 Mail Online
41. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
42. Manhunt is launched for ESCAPED violent rapist, 34, who barged into woman's home, forced her to undress then horrifically attacked her Mail Online
43. Muddy Waters hires ex-CIA spooks to challenge Burford The Daily Telegraph
44. Nicola Benedetti defends 'white male titans' of music The Daily Telegraph
45. Nora 'DID NOT get to waterfall by herself': Malaysian search team expert claims it would have been 'impossible' for 15-year-old to reach ravine where she was found starved to death Mail Online
46. Nora Quoirin's parents reclaim 15-year-old's body and return to London days after she was found starved to death in Malaysia Mail Online
47. North Korea Kim Jong-un expresses 'great satisfaction' after test of 'new weapon' The Guardian
48. Police confirm 10 men arrested over murder of PC Andrew Harper ARE from traveller camp after he was 'dragged to his death by getaway van of burglars stealing a quad bike from £800k Victorian country house' Mail Online
49. Protests show no sign of foreign interference Hong Kong police say, contradicting Beijing  The Daily Telegraph
50. Rats and raw sewage Jeffrey Epstein jail blighted by 'horrible' conditions The Guardian
51. Richard Dawkins complains people keep thinking he's Stephen Hawking The Independent
52. Second accusation of sexual misconduct levelled at Katy Perry by Russian TV host The Daily Telegraph
53. Spain Hands off our treasured railway, say locals in Mallorca The Guardian
54. Struggling Glasgow shipyard to be nationalised by Scottish government The Daily Telegraph
55. Sydney cliff fatality Woman falls to death at popular selfie spot The Guardian
56. The 'Big Oaf' revealed: Foul-mouthed driver is an ex-prison officer who now works for a doorstep lender and says his human rights were infringed by video of road rage rant Mail Online
57. The Duke of Edinburgh should have been allowed to remain in the Navy when he married the Queen, says Princess Anne's husband Sir Tim Laurence in rare interview as he declares: 'There's no rule book for marrying into the Royal Family' Mail Online
58. US issues warrant to seize Iranian tanker in last-ditch effort to stop supertanker leaving Gibraltar The Daily Telegraph
59. Wales Seaside town to install 'anti-sex' toilets to flush out frisky visitors The Guardian
60. 'I don't want to drink that s***': What elderly drinker 'told Conor McGregor' after being offered a shot of the UFC star's own brand whisky before the fighter punched him Mail Online
61. 'I visited the grave of the boy I killed - and I felt no remorse': Tony Martin is still defiant and raging at burglars who targeted his home 20 years after he was jailed for shooting 16-year-old intruder in case that gripped Britain  Mail Online
62. Archers matriarch uses their money to control their children and should be killed off, says Oxford academic The Daily Telegraph
63. Archie Mountbatten-Windsor is a 'happy baby' and growing 'tufts of reddish hair' just like his father Prince Harry, a royal source claims Mail Online
64. â€˜Do they really think I'm his mother?’ Life with a younger, hotter boyfriend The Guardian
65. Bat for Lashes ‘I didn’t know if I was going to make an album again’ The Guardian
66. Blood vessels in Jeffrey Epstein's eyes had popped and he had broken bones in his neck linked to hanging OR strangulation, autopsy reveals - as pedophile's mystery 'associate' claims the body  Mail Online
67. Brexit Rebel Tories agree to meet Corbyn to stop no deal The Guardian
68. Britain set to dodge recession as enthusiastic shoppers boost growth The Daily Telegraph
69. Cake fans are left fuming after Greggs halves the size of its custard slices but keeps the price at £1 as bakery blames the war on sugar Mail Online
70. England's quick-scoring batsmen could help them win the second Ashes Test, but first the bowlers need to dismiss mesmeric Steve Smith The Daily Telegraph
71. Ex-Tory MP Sarah Wollaston joins Lib Dems in battle against Brexit The Daily Telegraph
72. FirstGroup buses in ex-Arriva chief as chair after intervention by shareholders The Daily Telegraph
73. Footage shows 'horrific conditions' endured by chickens in egg farm The Independent
74. Former CIA director brands Donald Trump a 'disgraced demagogue' The Independent
75. Full report Easy Rider actor dies aged 79 The Guardian
76. GB triathlon stars disqualified for crossing finishing line hand-in-hand The Daily Telegraph
77. Ghislaine Maxwell donated to hospital where Epstein victim was treated after alleged sexual assault The Daily Telegraph
78. Greenland prime minister says island is 'not for sale' after Donald Trump discusses purchase The Daily Telegraph
79. Hero cop 'changed my life': Scotland Yard Superintendent reveals murdered newlywed PC Andrew Harper 'gave her courage' after he was called to reports of 'domestic abuse' at her home Mail Online
80. High-flying diplomat joins Team Sussex: Harry and Meghan appoint 'wannabe supermum' Fiona Mcilwham, 45, who was a former UK ambassador to Albania as new private secretary  Mail Online
81. Housing How to build a climate-proof home that never floods The Guardian
82. Jean-Claude Juncker EC chief cuts short holiday for urgent surgery The Guardian
83. Jeffrey Epstein Medical examiner says death was suicide The Guardian
84. Kate Middleton and her children are 'just like any normal family' when they 'pile in' for lunch at the Hurlingham Club after Prince George and Princess Charlotte's tennis lessons, an insider claims Mail Online
85. Kazakhstan Xinjiang activist freed in court after agreeing to stop campaigns The Guardian
86. Kirstie Allsopp hits out at her cocaine-snorting middle-class friends who do not consider the 'horror of county lines drug dealing' that they cause  Mail Online
87. Less boom, more bust? Economic fears threaten Trump's 2020 message The Guardian
88. Lord Mountbatten came close agreeing to become PM as part of coup to take out Labour government, new book reveals The Daily Telegraph
89. Man 'who had been asked to leave' drives car into nightclub in Kent The Independent
90. Megan Rapinoe  The Guardian
91. No thanks, we're not for sale, aghast Greenland tells Trump The Guardian
92. Nora Quoirin Family dismiss 'unhelpful' speculation over death The Guardian
93. Nora Quoirin starved to death after spending a week in the Malaysian jungle, say police The Daily Telegraph
94. Passionate, tender, heartbreaking Letters reveal Leonard Bernstein’s 10-year secret affair The Guardian
95. Peter Fonda The elegant rebel who set the counterculture in motion The Guardian
96. Peter Fonda, star of counterculture classic ‘Easy Rider’ The Daily Telegraph
97. Phoebe Waller-Bridge sets pulses racing in one of her most daring shoots to date as she insists Bond franchise 'has potential to birth new iconic characters all the time' Mail Online
98. Physician, ultrarunner, thriller writer … Meet the man who lives life to the full The Guardian
99. Public pays wind farms £170m a year to cut power output The Daily Telegraph
100. Record number of GCSE appeals expected, amid concern about marking reliability The Daily Telegraph

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