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1. 31 Revealed: Charles and Camilla's plot to slur Diana as a SCHEMING HYSTERIC and how the Prince's mistress orchestrated a secret battle to win hearts and minds Mail Online
2. 15 Hackers 'led warplanes to Syrian hospital' after targeting British surgeon's computer The Daily Telegraph
3. 14 Celebrities reveal their dramatic transformations after shedding YEARS off their face, body and brain ages in just 21 days by overhauling their lifestyle... so how old do they look now? Mail Online
4. 12 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
5. 11 Brexit deal might NOT be done: EU chief Tusk says he is not sure all member states will welcome transition breakthrough at summit  Mail Online
6. 10 Spinster daughter lived with decomposing body of her hoarder mother, 87, rotting beneath a mountain of clutter 'for FOUR YEARS' until it collapsed on top of her Mail Online
7. Queens of green! Pregnant Kate channels Her Majesty in a VERY vivid outfit - as William confirms she's about to give birth 'any minute now' Mail Online
8. Voters can see that the Government has caved in to the EU over fishing The Daily Telegraph
9. Cambridge Analytica Execs boast of role in getting Trump elected The Guardian
10. Turning cities into sponges How Chinese ancient wisdom is taking on climate change The Guardian
11. 'Catastrophe' as France's bird population collapses due to pesticides The Guardian
12. First picture of the Austin bomber: Devout Christian, 23, blew himself up after cops cornered him following race-hate campaign of terror Mail Online
13. Pictured: Red Arrows pilot who SURVIVED after ejecting before fireball crash that killed his RAF engineer colleague when their jet came down at Welsh airbase  Mail Online
14. Spain threatens to hold up Brexit transition deal over Gibraltar veto The Daily Telegraph
15. 'I will live with the guilt for the rest of my life': Heartbroken mother blames her 'stupidity' after daughter, two, died strapped in her car seat when vehicle rolled into river after she parked near slipway  Mail Online
16. Declan Donnelly visits Ant McPartlin at home for first time since drink-drive smash after co-star is quizzed by police - as Dec prepares to host last two Saturday Night Takeaway shows alone  Mail Online
17. Footage shows 'horrific conditions' endured by chickens in egg farm The Independent
18. JANET STREET-PORTER: Most husbands' mums are a trial but only poor Camilla has had to endure the Royal Mother-in-Law from Hell  Mail Online
19. Man, 21, is fighting for his life after six officers probing an armed robbery fired 13 shots at him during police raid in east London Mail Online
20. RAF engineer killed as Red Arrows jet crashes in North Wales The Daily Telegraph
21. The dysfunctional megacity Why Dhaka is bursting at the sewers The Guardian
22. 'The House of Cards of the UN' Helen Clark film reveals a shadowy world The Guardian
23. Alexander Nix Cambridge Analytica CEO suspended The Guardian
24. Andrew Lloyd Webber at 70 How a ruthless perfectionist became Mr Musical The Guardian
25. Backlash WhatsApp co-founder joins call to #DeleteFacebook The Guardian
26. Cambridge Analytica scandal shows Facebook's predatory data policies cannot last The Daily Telegraph
27. Convicted killers shared a curry 'as mother they had raped and murdered minutes earlier lay dead on the floor'  Mail Online
28. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
29. How children have lost the war on weight: Poor kids are now FATTER than rich kids because of the rise of cheap junk food, reveals 70 years' of data Mail Online
30. Katie Boyle, television personality and agony aunt â€" obituary The Daily Telegraph
31. Michael Gove threatens EU with 'consequences' if they pillage UK waters during 'sub-optimal' Brexit transition  The Daily Telegraph
32. Obesity crisis has turned Britain into the fat man of Europe! Men in UK weigh 13st 3lbs on average - and only guys in the US and Australia are heavier, figures show Mail Online
33. Researcher at centre of Cambridge Analytica scandal warns THOUSANDS of apps are guilty of harvesting data as he claims Facebook has made him a scapegoat (and the firm was only selling 'magic' anyway) Mail Online
34. 'I wish I'd told him "I love you, we'll find some help, it will be okay"': Emotional Zoe Ball recalls the last time she saw her partner before his tragic suicide - as she cycles 350 miles in his honour Mail Online
35. 'Peace-loving' North Korea claims credit for thaw with US The Guardian
36. Abducted Nigerian schoolgirls 'returned by Boko Haram militants' The Daily Telegraph
37. Alive with artisans Cairo’s al-Darb al-Ahmar district â€" a photo essay The Guardian
38. Are you leaving Facebook? Share your concerns on privacy with us The Guardian
39. Brexit Committee bitter row over plan to delay EU withdrawal The Independent
40. City tug of war continues as EU eyes 'improved' equivalence post-Brexit The Daily Telegraph
41. Commonwealth Games 2018 Gold Coast wifi service will mine visitors' Facebook data The Guardian
42. Donald Trump President faces double lawsuit threat from ex-Playboy model and Apprentice star The Guardian
43. Female catering boss, 44, who forced a 15-year-old schoolgirl to take part in sordid sex games before she was caught out by her victim's secret diary is jailed for seven years Mail Online
44. Former Playboy model sues to break silence on alleged affair with Donald Trump The Daily Telegraph
45. Insurers hail end of 'crash for cash' whiplash claims amid Government clampdown The Daily Telegraph
46. It's beer, but not as we know it Scientists dispense with need for hops The Guardian
47. Man is stabbed to death at an east London shopping centre in another night of bloodshed in the capital as police investigate eight gun and knife murders in a week Mail Online
48. McVitie's heir Jamie Laing makes the worst cake ever, and a Tory leader romps to victory: Bake Off review The Daily Telegraph
49. My computer was hacked so Russian warplanes could bomb underground hospital in Syria, claims surgeon who carried out remote surgery in Aleppo Mail Online
50. Myanmar President and Aung San Suu Kyi confidante resigns The Guardian
51. Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over Gaddafi allegations The Guardian
52. Nurse and midwife misconduct hearings may be held in secret The Daily Telegraph
53. PFA 'ignored' doctor's warning over brain damage in 1993 The Daily Telegraph
54. Police sergeant is accused of belittling female officers by telling one to make the tea because 'you've got the t**s' brushes off comments as 'banter'  Mail Online
55. Police to quiz parents over river death tragedy: Heartbroken mother whose daughter, two, died inside a car when it rolled into freezing waters 'could face prosecution for neglect'  Mail Online
56. Russia Trump breaks ranks to congratulate Putin on re-election The Guardian
57. Sierra Leone Political violence on rise as rival parties face runoff The Guardian
58. Stone me! £8 avocado-shaped Easter egg aimed at millennials sells out at Waitrose and has been the most popular own-brand egg in its 114-year history Mail Online
59. Thai senator's son who was caught filming up women's skirts in Topshop's Oxford Street store is SPARED jail as court hears he was inspired by YouTube 'upskirting videos' Mail Online
60. The competitions where top prizes are NEVER given away: How big brands are luring shoppers to take part but use small print to withhold prizes Mail Online
61. Too much information Is it time to delete our Facebook accounts? The Guardian
62. Tory MPs to fling fish into the Thames in protest over Brexit process The Daily Telegraph
63. Vladimir Putin suggests Jews could have meddled in US elections The Independent
64. WhatsApp co-founder who Mark Zuckerberg helped make a billionaire urges everyone to DELETE their Facebook profile Mail Online
65. 'I was treated as a slave': Disabled man was 'routinely beaten by couple who forced him to drink urine, vinegar and washing-up liquid and threw chilli powder and bleach in his eyes'  Mail Online
66. 'One minute we're getting married, the next it's over': Liam Payne finally admits he was on the brink of split with Cheryl a week before THAT BRITs outing Mail Online
67. 'There was no sleeping (hehe)': Porn star Stormy Daniels openly hints at sex with Donald Trump as she accuses him of breaking the law to 'cover it up' - and reveals she passed polygraph test of her claims Mail Online
68. A drug to slow the spread of dementia could be available in three years and a 'vaccine' that prevents the disease within a decade, experts say Mail Online
69. Aleksandr Kogan I am being used as a scapegoat, says academic The Guardian
70. Ant and Dec are SNUBBED at Royal Television Society Programme Awards as they lose in both categories and are no-shows at the ceremony... two days after presenter's drink-driving arrest Mail Online
71. Austin Austin bombing suspect blows himself up with swat team closing in The Guardian
72. Bloodbath on the High Street: Carpetright stores 'will have to close' as B&Q and MossBros reveal sales woe and owner of Claire's Accessories files for bankruptcy Mail Online
73. Chile Why the lost kingdom of Patagonia is a live issue for Mapuche people The Guardian
74. Depressed socialite 'was found dead by nurses in private room of psychiatric hospital after cocaine and a razor blade were smuggled in by mystery visitors' Mail Online
75. England relish chance to change tenor of the winter but know day/night Tests can be swung in a session The Daily Telegraph
76. England's World Cup 2018 squad - ranked: Who's on the plane to Russia?  The Daily Telegraph
77. Facebook MPs accuse firm of misleading them The Guardian
78. Father of banker, 43, who plunged to her death in a multi-storey car park reveals she never recovered from being held hostage by Iraqi soldiers as a 16-year-old during the Gulf War  Mail Online
79. Former CIA director brands Donald Trump a 'disgraced demagogue' The Independent
80. French couple accused of killing their nanny 'burned her body on bonfire while barbecuing chicken and told firefighters her blackened corpse was a sheep carcass bought at a market' Mail Online
81. Fury as YouTube Kids channel aimed at children as young as three is found featuring advice on how to build a GUN and footage of Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris Mail Online
82. How to protect your data on Facebook The Daily Telegraph
83. Information Commissioner forces Facebook auditors to pull out of Cambridge Analytica offices The Daily Telegraph
84. Israel Military confirms it carried out 2007 airstrike on Syrian nuclear reactor The Guardian
85. James Tarkowski's change in style delivers another England hit for Sean Dyche The Daily Telegraph
86. London woman named world's best teacher with $1m prize The Independent
87. Mark Zuckerberg summoned by MPs as Facebook boss loses £6bn in two days The Daily Telegraph
88. Nigeria Boko Haram returns some of the girls it kidnapped last month The Guardian
89. Paul Pogba to provide Didier Deschamps with detailed account of his troubles at Manchester United The Daily Telegraph
90. PMQs: Theresa May says there is 'no place' left for Labour moderates in clash over local councils The Daily Telegraph
91. Police name Texas bombings suspect who blew himself up as Mark Anthony Conditt The Daily Telegraph
92. Poor children in Britain now fatter than wealthy in dramatic reversal  The Daily Telegraph
93. Struggling to sleep? These 11 foods have been scientifically proven to help you nod off Mail Online
94. Suicide clinics 'to be made legal in Guernsey': Island's politicians set to approve assisted dying in vote within weeks  Mail Online
95. The 4 gynecology questions girls are too embarrassed to ask about - but could affect women AND men if you don't Mail Online
96. The end of austerity: NHS staff are set for an average 6.5% rise over three years and lowest paid could get 30% as public sector pay cap is ditched Mail Online
97. Whatever happened to England's world-conquering young stars? The Daily Telegraph
98. 'Cultural fight' France plans on-the-spot fines for sexual harassment in public The Guardian
99. 'Dec should go it alone': Piers Morgan backs Declan Donnelly to pursue a TV career WITHOUT Ant McPartlin... and even suggests he finds a new co-host Mail Online
100. 'DO NOT CONGRATULATE' Trump reportedly defied warning from security team on call to Putin The Guardian

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