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1. 35 'I'm 53, separated and skint': Nigel Farage reveals the 'price he has paid for Brexit' claiming the referendum triumph has left him 'unable to walk down the street alone' in case he's attacked Mail Online
2. 32 EU set to ban Cambridge University's 300-year-old 'name and shame' class lists The Daily Telegraph
3. 15 Trump-Russia Republicans 'trying to kill off House and FBI investigations' The Guardian
4. 13 US 'becoming world champion of extreme inequality under Donald Trump' The Independent
5. 12 African asylum seeker, 72, who scammed taxpayers out of £40,000 of benefits after he fled BACK to his Somali homeland because he 'missed the sunshine' is jailed Mail Online
6. 11 Live Brexit deal: Latest updates Last updated 2 minutes ago BBC News
7. 10 'They beat us with sticks... we'll beat them with votes' The Independent
8. 10 He's a Christmas corker! 12lb baby is the biggest to be born at a hospital in a decade (but he doesn't seem too chuffed with the honour) Mail Online
9. 'I thought it was a joke until I got home and he was gone': Singletons reveal their heartache after being callously DUMPED while at work Mail Online
10. 'Suspicious' Pharma billionaire and wife found dead in Toronto mansion The Guardian
11. Brexit is going to get harder, EU leaders warn Theresa May The Independent
12. Saudi royal heir behind recent purges is revealed as the buyer of world's most expensive home after spending £225million on a French chateau with its own Sistine Chapel-style vaulted ceiling, aquarium moat, cinema and underground nightclub Mail Online
13. There's a 70 PER CENT chance Donald Trump will attack North Korea if it tests another nuclear weapon Mail Online
14. A journey through a land of extreme poverty Welcome to America The Guardian
15. Brexit Tory hardliner accuses UK chancellor of trying to appease EU The Guardian
16. Sir Ranulph Fiennes cut off his own fingers after his wife said he became 'irritable' from frostbite pain The Daily Telegraph
17. Tony Blair  The Guardian
18. 'I've heard of it' Trump judicial nominee stumped on basic law The Guardian
19. 'Nothing to applaud in Brussels' The Guardian view The Guardian
20. Chairman of Britain's biggest housebuilder resigns amid row over 'obscene' £800m bonus scheme for company executives Mail Online
21. Do you live in one of the 50 best places in Britain? Hart in Hampshire tops the list and the Orkney Islands win second place Mail Online
22. Mother who gave birth outside lap-dancing club 'an hour after hospital turned her away' launches search for kind stranger who helped her through ordeal and wrapped newborn son in their scarf Mail Online
23. Philip Hammond faces fury from Tory Hard Brexiteers after backing EU transition deal that would see free movement carry on two years after Britain leaves Mail Online
24. Ryanair rated the worst short-haul airline by passengers among carriers operating from the UK (and British Airways doesn't fare very well either) Mail Online
25. 'A bubble almost guaranteed to burst': 'Wolf of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort says Bitcoin is a 'huge scam' as virtual currency hits all-time high Mail Online
26. 'An attack could happen at any time': Former anti-terror chief says there should be 'no surprise' if terrorists strike Britain before Christmas as he warns 20,000 extremists currently roam our streets Mail Online
27. 'I can't believe we did it!' Elated Joe McFadden and sobbing Katya Jones beat Alexandra Burke, Debbie McGee and Gemma Atkinson to scoop the coveted Glitterball Trophy in thrilling Strictly final Mail Online
28. 'I watched The Crown and rolled my eyes': the truth about Gordonstoun, Prince Charles's 'Colditz in kilts' The Daily Telegraph
29. 'New behavioural tradition' Sex between snow monkeys and sika deer The Guardian
30. Eric Bristow: 'I regret losing my job but I grew up in a different era - live by the sword, die by the sword' The Daily Telegraph
31. Honoured guests: Prince Charles joins royal elite at funeral for Romania's Michael I as tens of thousands mourn the monarch who shunned the Nazis only to be forced to abdicate by Communists Mail Online
32. Mother who is fighting for her life after fire that killed four of her children 'had begged to be moved to a safe house before her home was set ablaze' Mail Online
33. North Korean soldier who defected has been granted Choco Pies for life The Independent
34. Restaurants reeling America's most famed chefs hit by 'Weinstein Effect'  The Daily Telegraph
35. Scientists create glowing plants that could replace street lights The Independent
36. Theresa May looks set to avoid second Brexit defeat after agreeing with Tory rebels to make date of EU exit flexible Mail Online
37. 'Beautiful' daughter of Commons Deputy Speaker is found dead in mysterious circumstances as her mother calls on anyone with information to speak to police Mail Online
38. 'Bigoted' Trump 'not welcome' in London borough after council passes motion The Independent
39. A letter to ... Our child, who is deaf, for whom we have to make a big decision The Guardian
40. Bernie Sanders Tax cuts 'barely disguised reward for donors' The Guardian
41. Britons now back Remain over Leave by TEN POINTS in biggest lead since before referendum, says new poll in fresh blow to Brexit supporters following negotiation struggles Mail Online
42. Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire and wife found dead in Toronto in 'suspicious' circumstances The Daily Telegraph
43. Damian Green under 'enormous strain' over inquiry amid concerns it will drag on into New Year The Daily Telegraph
44. Desperate stores launch sales 'even bigger than Black Friday' by slashing prices by up to 80 per cent to trigger last minute shopping binge Mail Online
45. EU agrees plan to integrate their military forces after Brexit The Independent
46. First bitcoin luxury homes sell in the UK The Daily Telegraph
47. Hooded gang storms celebrity party near Grenfell Tower chanting 'Tory scum' and forces guests including Jemima Khan to observe minute's silence for the victims Mail Online
48. Macedonia Country says it needs prospect of joining EU to thwart authoritarianism The Guardian
49. Moment commuters save man passed out on subway tracks captured The Independent
50. Nigel Farage Former Ukip leader says he is 'skint' and 'there's no money in politics' The Guardian
51. Offices ban Christmas gift deliveries amid warnings of a 'perfect storm' for late parcels The Daily Telegraph
52. Ovid's exile to the remotest margins of the Roman empire revoked The Guardian
53. Parts of UK set to be hotter than Madrid next week - despite ice and fog warnings The Daily Telegraph
54. Popular scientist and Great Egg Race TV presenter Heinz Wolff dies aged 89 Mail Online
55. Theresa May PM to back compromise, fearing rebellion The Guardian
56. 'Help, I'm in a festive fix!' Graham Norton solves your Christmas crises The Daily Telegraph
57. 'I'm going to die': Stabbed father was told to 'hold the line' for 40 MINUTES after dialling 999 as he lay bleeding to death in the street Mail Online
58. 'You lose power if you get angry' Glenn Close on Harvey Weinstein and how to survive in Hollywood The Guardian
59. After going missing for six years, our son will be with us this Christmas The Daily Telegraph
60. Austria's far-Right Freedom Party re-enters power as they join coalition that makes foreign minister Sebastian Kurz, 31, the world's youngest leader Mail Online
61. Austria's far-right to enter government after coalition deal The Daily Telegraph
62. Brexit Call off bullies or face defeat, Tory peers tell Theresa May The Guardian
63. Commons deputy speaker pays tribute to his 'beautiful and adored' daughter who died suddenly The Daily Telegraph
64. David Cameron to set up £750m UK-China investment fund The Daily Telegraph
65. Donald Trump's tax cut on track to clear US Congress as rebels fall into line The Daily Telegraph
66. Drug dealer who jumped out of a window naked in a bid to dodge police after his £1.7m drugs empire was discovered is jailed for 20 years  Mail Online
67. Former President Obama dressed as Santa to deliver presents to kids The Independent
68. Freed from her demons, Sixties icon Christine Keeler is laid to rest  The Daily Telegraph
69. Gaza Funeral of Palestinian amputee killed by Israeli fire takes place The Guardian
70. Hammond risks Eurosceptic anger backing 'status quo' Brexit transition The Independent
71. Hiker captures incredible footage from inside erupting volcano The Independent
72. Madrid Sanctuary offered to businesses escaping Brexit The Guardian
73. Man, 25, dies and three people are hurt after a car smashed into the back of a parked lorry next to dual carriageway Mail Online
74. Mother, 27, who repeatedly poisoned son in desperate bid to avoid being forced to travel to Syria by her jihadi husband is jailed for almost five years  Mail Online
75. NHS bosses are slammed for charging nurses £1,300 a year to park at work as unions, MPs and workers demand 'outrageous' high fees be scrapped  Mail Online
76. North Korea in 'final stages of nuclear weaponisation', says South The Independent
77. North Korea launches Netflix-style entertainment app (but if users watch forbidden shows they could be put to DEATH) Mail Online
78. Police hunting for schoolboy, 15, who vanished from his Devon home on Wednesday find a body in a field after trawling local river Mail Online
79. Police probe after man's body is found in a cottage garden just yards from a busy road Mail Online
80. Raheem Sterling 'attacked and racially abused' ahead of Man City's win over Spurs The Daily Telegraph
81. Sandringham sleepover: What Meghan can expect from Christmas with the Royals The Daily Telegraph
82. Scores of trafficked child slaves from Vietnam are disappearing from UK care homes and being forced to work in nail salons and cannabis farms Mail Online
83. South Africa Future of ANC and country at stake as party meets to choose new leader The Guardian
84. The rise of the Flat-Earthers: If the Ancient Greeks knew the world was round and our spherical planet can be seen from space, why do a growing number of people - including England cricket legend Andrew Flintoff - think it's FLAT? Mail Online
85. Trump says Roy Moore should concede...three days after he lost in Alabama The Independent
86. Two views of Jerusalem A short reading list for Donald Trump The Guardian
87. US Ex-wife of NBA star charged with murder in his death The Guardian
88. US tax cut bill is released as Republicans slash rates for the wealthy, nix Obamacare penalty, expand child tax credits, dramatically lower corporate taxes and open new Alaska oil drilling Mail Online
89. 'Beautiful angel, fly high': Tributes are paid to boy, two, who died after being rushed 'lifeless' to hospital with his dummy still in his mouth - as his 30-year-old father is arrested for his murder Mail Online
90. 'Bullyboy tactics' Dark rumours over Tory whips’ behaviour The Guardian
91. 'Enough chit-chat, Santa, let's get down to business': Pushy children's hilarious letters to Father Christmas are enough to get them put straight on the naughty list Mail Online
92. 'Explore lightly': Palau makes all visitors sign pledge to respect environment The Guardian
93. 'Horrible' images of entangled rays reignite debate about shark nets used to protect beaches in Australia The Daily Telegraph
94. 'I blame the parents, they're absolutely stupid': Shop Santas reveal how 'spoiled' children demanding iPads have killed the true spirit of Christmas and made their jobs a nightmare Mail Online
95. 'I felt elated that I'd done something' First-time activists on a year of protest The Guardian
96. 'I'll prove I'm no sex abuser': How 'broken but arrogant' PR to the stars Max Clifford vowed to clear his name is his last ever interview from his prison cell Mail Online
97. 'Isn't this a family programme?' Louise Redknapp under fire for singing the word 'b****ing' as she performs her new song on Strictly before the watershed Mail Online
98. 'It isn't our job to fix anything, just to listen': Inside the Missing People helpline The Daily Telegraph
99. 'It's like they're singing to their loved ones': the extraordinary choir brought together by a shared loss The Daily Telegraph
100. 'Lack of funding means extinction' Asiatic cheetahs on the brink with only 50 left alive The Guardian

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