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1. 45 EU official known as the 'monster' of Brussels 'wants to take over as chief Brexit negotiator'  The Daily Telegraph
2. 28 EU holds firm: Donald Tusk says Union will NOT renegotiate the text of the Brexit deal after a humiliated May pulls crunch vote so she can return to Europe to try to get new concessions to buy off her Tory rebels  Mail Online
3. 28 Man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane 'described her as "beautiful, very radiant" just 11 MINUTES before she was last seen' it is revealed after public gallery hurls abuse at him as he appears in court Mail Online
4. 26 The royal group chat! How Kate, William, Meghan and Harry are 'all on a family text chain together' - following rumours of a feud Mail Online
5. 24 RAF's new Mach-4 missile flown operationally in UK airspace for first time in show of 'unrelenting deterrence'  The Daily Telegraph
6. 23 Theresa May's 'plan B' could see second referendum that does not include option to remain in EU The Daily Telegraph
7. 18 Britain CAN cancel Brexit: European court rules Article 50 process could be stopped without approval from other states in boost for Remainer rebels Mail Online
8. 18 Queen's former driver admits to sexually abusing two young boys in the 1970s - including one in his Buckingham Palace quarters - but dies before he can be charged  Mail Online
9. 15 Japan's crown princess 'insecure' about becoming empress due to health issues The Guardian
10. 14 Brexit Theresa May postpones Brexit deal vote The Guardian
11. 13 'Doomed' EU figures rule out concessions as diplomats express bewilderment The Guardian
12. 13 Father-of-two property tycoon, 56, who infuriated neighbours with 4am Ibiza-style house parties at his £3.5m Chelsea mansion is given £7,500 on-the-spot fine  Mail Online
13. 13 Leftwing push New coalition urges Labour to reject Brexit The Guardian
14. 12 Brexit UK can unilaterally stop process, says ECJ The Guardian
15. 12 British schoolgirls 'sexually assaulted at gunpoint during visit to Ghana' The Daily Telegraph
16. 10 South Africa 'sets date for white farmers land grab' months after announcing 'test case' to see if 'expropriation without compensation' is legal Mail Online
17. Britain needs new leadership to overcome the Brexit crisis created by Theresa May The Daily Telegraph
18. Live Brexit: PM makes statement to MPs Less than a minute ago BBC News
19. Grace Millane murder suspect revealed: Jesse Kempson, 26, described backpacker as 'radiant' just minutes before she was last seen The Daily Telegraph
20. Macron to appeal to French in wake of latest violent protests The Guardian
21. What does the ECJ ruling on Article 50 mean for the Brexit deal? The Daily Telegraph
22. Ai Weiwei 'The mood in Germany is like the 1930s' The Guardian
23. Crossrail delayed indefinitely as bosses warn it could require £1.7bn injection The Daily Telegraph
24. Emmanuel Macron looks doomed - but here's how France's president will try and save himself The Daily Telegraph
25. I'm A Celebrity winner Harry Redknapp reveals he lost a stone by not eating for FOUR days, reflects on his long-awaited reunion with wife Sandra and pokes fun at his new 'sex symbol' status  Mail Online
26. Macron surrenders to Yellow Vests: French President raises minimum wage, axes overtime tax and cuts pension contributions as he declares 'social and economic state of emergency' amid rioting  Mail Online
27. Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit weeps as former ISIS sex slave accepts Nobel Peace Prize at lavish ceremony with Amal Clooney among guests  Mail Online
28. Why you need to try 'strip washing': The three-ingredient 'miracle' soaking system that works better than bleach at cleaning stained clothes Mail Online
29. Airlines are 'ripping-off' passengers by cancelling their return flights if they miss their first one with hidden 'no show' clauses, watchdog warns  Mail Online
30. Chilling moment sneering Babes In The Wood paedophile Russell Bishop denied murdering two nine-year-old girls - 32 years after he strangled them before taking part in the search for their bodies Mail Online
31. Doom and deliverance What the papers say The Guardian
32. Mountaineering Discovery of dead Himalayas pair brings 'closure' after 30 years The Guardian
33. Notorious policeman serial killer convicted of 56 Siberia murders The Daily Telegraph
34. Pictured just hours after murder: Chilling photo shows Russell Bishop joining in the search for the girls he had killed the day before  Mail Online
35. The Killer Queen: Orphan who was pro-Putin sniper as a teenager in Ukraine before becoming a beauty queen champion says of the people she shot: 'They are not people - just targets'  Mail Online
36. Theresa May Desperate PM reveals her Brexit plan B: buy more time The Guardian
37. #herlightourlove New Zealanders pay tribute to Grace Millane The Guardian
38. 'Billions of micro-organisms' Scientists find ecosystem below earth twice the size of world’s oceans The Guardian
39. 'Breatharian', 38, claims to eat nothing but the occasional mint for up to three MONTHS at a time despite working as a pizza delivery man - and insists he gets his nutrients 'from the air' Mail Online
40. After the chaos What happens next? The Guardian
41. Ben Stokes and Alex Hales apologise for street fight as they are cleared to continue England career The Daily Telegraph
42. Chelsea suspend four fans after identifying 'racist' who appeared to call Man City star Raheem Sterling a 'f***ing black c***'  Mail Online
43. Climate change Tackle problem or face financial crash, say world's biggest investors The Guardian
44. Jamal Khashoggi Saudis say no to extradition as alleged last moments detailed The Guardian
45. Russia Country's worst serial killer jailed for life The Guardian
46. The billion-to-one jumper: How DNA advances nailed Babes In The Wood killer Russell Bishop 32 years after he attacked two defenceless schoolgirls  Mail Online
47. Victim's father was forced to move out of his home town after police grilled him over murder of his daughter at the hands of Russell Bishop Mail Online
48. 'ISIS-supporting' Uber driver 'attacked police with a samurai sword outside Buckingham Palace after leaving a suicide note saying: "The Queen and her soldiers will all be in hellfire"'  Mail Online
49. 'It's a movement' How the Barefoot Investor changed what's in our wallets The Guardian
50. 'Kicking the can' How May came to postpone vote The Guardian
51. Brexit Commons vote on May's deal will definitely go ahead, says Gove The Guardian
52. Children who stare at a screen for more than 7 hours a day have different brain structures The Daily Telegraph
53. Commons Speaker John Bercow blasts 'deeply discourteous' May for pulling the crunch Brexit vote at the 11th hour and urges her to put the decision to a vote Mail Online
54. Death of Roger, the ripped kangaroo, sparks outpouring of grief on social media The Guardian
55. Donald Trump Jr's wife Vanessa files for divorce The Independent
56. Duchess of Sussex STUNS onlookers as she makes surprise appearance at the very star-studded British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall to honour her own wedding dress designer Mail Online
57. Economy at virtual standstill as construction and manufacturing output shrink The Daily Telegraph
58. EU insists it will not renegotiate deal as Guy Verhofstadt mocks Theresa May and says 'I can't follow anymore' The Daily Telegraph
59. France Macron bows to protesters' demands and says: I know I have hurt some of you The Guardian
60. From a teenager strangled to death with her stockings to a mutilated mother wrapped in carpet: The dark history of forest where murdered British backpacker was dumped Mail Online
61. Marks & Spencer in new sexism row over new 'porn star martini' cocktail The Daily Telegraph
62. Model who was kidnapped, drugged and forced to have sex with more than EIGHT men at knife-point warns it could happen to anyone - after turning her ordeal into a film Mail Online
63. Pound doubles losses against Theresa May's Brexit vote statement The Daily Telegraph
64. Pound falls AGAIN to 18-month lows as May admits her Brexit deal would have suffered a huge defeat without her humiliating climbdown Mail Online
65. Property consultant 'who falsely claimed his sister and nephew were Grenfell victims to get £32,000 payout said he saw people crying in burning tower even though he was 12 miles away at the time'  Mail Online
66. Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Mark Allen to claim record seventh UK Championship The Daily Telegraph
67. Teenager denies rape and murder of six-year-old who went missing on Isle of Bute The Daily Telegraph
68. Venezuela Russian bombers welcomed in show of support for Maduro The Guardian
69. Wife, 33, died after bingeing on cocaine just weeks before she was due to get a life-changing kidney transplant from her husband Mail Online
70. 'Strictly forbidden' Egyptian authorities investigate Great Pyramid sex photo The Guardian
71. 'Thai bride' dumped on Yorkshire Dales may have been murdered by English husband, new evidence reveals The Daily Telegraph
72. Analysis Europe holds its breath as Macron scrambles The Guardian
73. â€˜We meet hate with curiosity’ Dustin Lance Black on Tom Daley, babies and the ethics of surrogacy The Guardian
74. Boris Johnson says he has 'deep sense of personal responsibility' for Brexit The Daily Telegraph
75. Brexit May in last-ditch bid to save her deal despite growing mutiny The Guardian
76. Brothers, 18 and 23, admit stealing a car and killing a father-of-three, 35, his baby son and two family friends in a horror crash as they were being pursued by police Mail Online
77. Business Pound falls to lowest in almost two years The Guardian
78. CCTV captures moment car crashes into nightclub doormen The Daily Telegraph
79. Editorial 'The prime minister is on the run' The Guardian
80. Every woman wants a hubby like Harry! JAN MOIR on the I'm A Celebrity lovebird who won the nation's hearts Mail Online
81. Exclusive Australia gave endangered birds to secretive German ‘zoo’, ignoring warnings The Guardian
82. Facebook Almost £100k of public money spent on ads The Guardian
83. Freecycling to Fairphones 24 ways to lead an anti-capitalist life in a capitalist world The Guardian
84. Gatwick 'signage' blamed as airliner takes off with dangerously little runway left The Daily Telegraph
85. Historic moment NASA's Voyager 2 probe becomes only the second man-made object to enter interstellar space Mail Online
86. I'm A Celebrity viewers are distracted by Declan Donnelly's 'bulging camel toe' as presenter suffers a very awkward wardrobe malfunction Mail Online
87. India Taj Mahal ticket price rises by 400% for Indian visitors The Guardian
88. Inside the frathouse Humiliation, homoeroticism and animal cruelty The Guardian
89. JAMIE REDKNAPP: I'm so proud Dad's shown the world how down to earth he is Mail Online
90. Killer queens How The Favourite reigns over Mary Queen of Scots The Guardian
91. MARTIN SAMUEL: Faces contorted in hate and fury, a front row of middle-aged adults screaming at a younger man with brutal abuse. This is football's normal... how can it be stopped?  Mail Online
92. New York 'Appalling' video shows police officers wrenching baby from mother’s arms The Guardian
93. Popocatepetl volcano's eruption spews ash and smoke in Central Mexico The Daily Telegraph
94. Refugees UN states agree historic global deal to manage crisis The Guardian
95. Russian pop star who set up notorious Trump Tower meeting tells DailyMailTV it was 'useless' and a 'total joke' - and offer to 'incriminate Hillary' was a stunt to get Trumps' attention Mail Online
96. Shocking report reveals hundreds of top apps track your every move and share the data with advertisers Mail Online
97. Slime: The £5.99 gift on every kid's list this Christmas The Daily Telegraph
98. Spain Far-right breakthrough in Andalucía challenges status quo, says Manuel Valls The Guardian
99. The new abnormal Why fires like Paradise will happen again and again The Guardian
100. Toronto Black residents 20 times more likely to be shot dead by police, study says The Guardian

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