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1. 12 Prince Harry breaks down: Meghan Markle looks on as emotional Prince chokes up as he talks about becoming a father during speech at WellChild Awards Mail Online
2. 11 Kate Middleton wears the same traditional Chitrali hat as the princess - as Himalayan dignitaries present Prince William with a book about his mother's visit to Pakistan in 1991 Mail Online
3. 10 Adorable moment Prince Harry and red-head girl point at each other's hair and say 'snap' - as Meghan Markle reveals young son Archie also sports ginger locks Mail Online
4. Brexit Boris Johnson 'on brink of deal' after border concessions The Guardian
5. 'She's in the next room, do you want to meet her?': Harry Dunn's parents REJECT Donald Trump's offer to confront their son's killer in White House ambush - and he REFUSES to send US spy's wife back face UK justice  Mail Online
6. EU threatens to delay Brexit until January even if a deal IS struck: France and Germany warn Boris Johnson they would need two months to iron out details... as talks resume this morning after midnight deadline passes Mail Online
7. Is Boris Johnson's Brexit deal unravelling? DUP's Arlene Foster warns PM she doesn't 'trust' him and Brexiteer Spartan brands package 'unacceptable' - as EU warns Britain won't be able to leave until 2020 even WITH an agreement  Mail Online
8. Awkward! The moment Kate Middleton  reaches to shake hand of a soldier - just as he's about to salute her  Mail Online
9. Brexit Talks continue after Boris Johnson makes concessions on Irish border The Guardian
10. 'I'm sorry, we don't need an old white male's mansplanation': What woman told Men in Black writer when he offered to clear up row with a friend over HIS film  Mail Online
11. Archaeologists unearth 20 well-preserved wooden coffins in Egypt deemed to be the 'biggest most important discovery' in years  Mail Online
12. Trump impeachment Inquiry gathers pace as officials testify The Guardian
13. Who won? Our panellists' verdict The Guardian
14. Brain-damaged Tafida Raqeeb, five, flies to Italy with her family for treatment after winning High Court battle against doctors who wanted to turn off her life support Mail Online
15. Breast tests in your lunch hour: Women must be offered mammograms and smear tests close to work, report demands in a bid to halt the collapse in screening rates  Mail Online
16. Brexit Timely deal feared 'impossible' after no breakthrough The Guardian
17. France's position on the Salisbury nerve agent attack explained The Independent
18. Harry Dunn Trump shocked us by revealing Sacoolas was in next room, say parents The Guardian
19. Jihadi Jack: Canada accuses UK of 'off-loading its responsibilities' by stripping Isil fighter of citizenship The Daily Telegraph
20. Just what the doctor ordered? Boris Johnson gets a flu jab as he prepares to unveil today's Queen's Speech to bolster law and order, improve the NHS and help the environment Mail Online
21. Live Notre-Dame cathedral engulfed by fire Less than a minute ago BBC News
22. NAO report No deal could mean freight delays and more fraud The Guardian
23. North Korea 0-0 South Korea No fans, no media and no goals in Pyongyang The Guardian
24. Teacher is sacked for 'joking' to Jewish primary school pupils that she would 'ship them off to the gas chambers' if they didn't finish their homework  Mail Online
25. Team older feminist Am I allowed nuanced feelings about #MeToo? The Guardian
26. Two members of British family arrested after 'swerving to miss an animal and accidentally driving from Canada into America' had previously been DENIED entry to the US, immigration officials reveal  Mail Online
27. UK has further anti-Russia steps up its sleeve – including ditching World Cup The Independent
28. Wills steals the show! Duke of Cambridge sends fans wild by donning traditional dress to match Kate's green Jenny Packham gown in Islamabad (but their rickshaw driver was wearing a suit) Mail Online
29. #MeToo two years on: Weinstein allegations 'tip of iceberg', say accusers The Guardian
30. 'Fans were angry with me, but I had to act... we are 11 vs 11 - your colour does not matter': Brave Bulgaria captain Ivelin Popov slams home fans for 'terrible' racial abuse towards England stars after confronting them at half-time Mail Online
31. 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
32. 'LeBron stands for money Hong Kong protesters burn James jerseys The Guardian
33. 'Ready to go to war?' Full trailer for Oscar-tipped Fox News film Bombshell The Guardian
34. 'The untouchables': Ireland horrified by brutal mafia-style abduction The Guardian
35. 'They were sent to the slaughter' Mexico mourns 13 police killed in cartel ambush The Guardian
36. 'Vile and horrific' Fake video of Trump shooting media and opponents 'shown at president's resort' The Guardian
37. Anything but Brexit PM sets out election stall in Queen's speech The Guardian
38. Brexit Committee bitter row over plan to delay EU withdrawal The Independent
39. Brigadier Christopher Pike, showed remarkable courage and leadership during actions with the Gurkha Rifles – obituary The Daily Telegraph
40. Communism Eastern Europe divided over democracy's impact 30 years on The Guardian
41. Confessions of a mistress: Woman, 21, reveals why she had an affair with a married man - and kept seeing him for more than a year Mail Online
42. Dad's Army: the classic sitcom that refuses to surrender The Daily Telegraph
43. Democratic debate Warren under attack as rivals spar in packed field The Guardian
44. Don't eat me! Astonishing image of startled marmot frozen in fear as it is threatened by a fox is named wildlife photo of the year Mail Online
45. Donald Trump Jr's wife Vanessa files for divorce The Independent
46. Duke of York 'appalled' by Epstein sex allegations as footage emerges of the royal at financier's New York flat The Daily Telegraph
47. Father and six adult children who lived in Dutch farmhouse cellar for NINE YEARS waiting for the 'end of times' before one child escaped 'had no idea that other people existed' Mail Online
48. Footage shows 'horrific conditions' endured by chickens in egg farm The Independent
49. Former CIA director brands Donald Trump a 'disgraced demagogue' The Independent
50. Forty Tory MPs ready to back Philip Hammond and David Gauke to stop no-deal Brexit The Daily Telegraph
51. Francis Bacon gave $5m painting to Tate for free to spite his dealer, friend reveals The Daily Telegraph
52. Frank Lampard laments Chelsea's loss of control after rampant start as Leicester leave them clinging on The Daily Telegraph
53. From fantasising about other people to watching porn - Tracey Cox reveals the five habits that are true for EVERY relationship - even if you don't want to believe it!  Mail Online
54. Gandhi was racist and plans for statue of him outside Manchester Cathedral must be scrapped due to his 'complicity in British Empire's actions in Africa', city students demand Mail Online
55. GCSE reforms are 'squeezing out' arts and technical subjects, man who created the qualification says  The Daily Telegraph
56. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
57. Hong Kong Lam forced to deliver key speech via video after protests The Guardian
58. Hundreds flee homes in Australia as fires started by lightning rage The Independent
59. In his mum's footsteps: Today, Prince William and Kate Middleton begin a visit to Pakistan, a country where Princess Diana - in love with a doctor born there - seriously thought about making her home, writes RICHARD KAY Mail Online
60. Inter Milan hope to take Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez on season-long loan The Daily Telegraph
61. Iran warns US against seizing tanker at sea as re-named Grace-1 1eaves Gibraltar The Daily Telegraph
62. Islamic State bomber kills 63 at Afghan wedding in worst attack in months The Daily Telegraph
63. Jane Seymour, 68, reveals she looks too young to land mature roles and has to convince producers she's 'old and gnarly' Mail Online
64. Jockeying for attention Kim Jong-un rides sparkling white horse up sacred mountain The Guardian
65. Lewis Hamilton sparks concern as he tells fans he feels like 'giving up on everything' and wants to 'shut down completely' in worrying message  Mail Online
66. London Mayor accused of ‘lip service’ as rough sleepers face eviction The Independent
67. London woman named world's best teacher with $1m prize The Independent
68. Man 'who had been asked to leave' drives car into nightclub in Kent The Independent
69. Meat the Family New reality TV show challenges carnivores to eat their 'pets' The Guardian
70. Netherlands Six freed after years living in Dutch cellar 'waiting for end of time' The Guardian
71. No-deal Brexit: A survivalist's tips on stockpiling food The Daily Telegraph
72. Notre Dame car bomb Accused pair to hear verdict this week The Guardian
73. Now trans and gay hate crime will mean SIX months in jail after judges are ordered to crack down with harsher sentences than those that are given for domestic burglaries  Mail Online
74. NRA sues over Florida's brand-new gun control law The Independent
75. Oh maaan! Adorable two-year-old boy launches outraged rant when his mother leaves for work without kissing him goodbye Mail Online
76. Olympic gold medallist runner Caster Semenya DOES have an advantage over other female athletes because of her high testosterone levels, study claims Mail Online
77. Oxford Professor accused of selling ancient Bible fragments The Guardian
78. Oxford professor is accused of illegally selling ancient Bible fragments to an US billionaire after at least 11 texts 'belonging to a British charity' turn up at a museum in the US  Mail Online
79. Poet Laureate says he will not pen verses to mark Brexit on Oct 31 - so Jacob Rees-Mogg offers suggestions  The Daily Telegraph
80. Prince Andrew should talk to the FBI under oath about his friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, lawyer representing financier's victims says Mail Online
81. Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive at Pakistan's National Monument in a Tuk Tuk: Duke wears traditional sherwani to give speech praising the country's development - while his wife dons a glittering Jenny Packham emerald dress  Mail Online
82. Property developer who ordered workmen to chop down a 176-year-old giant redwood for new homes is fined £300,000 Mail Online
83. Pylon explodes into ‘fireball’ seconds after Didcot power station demolition The Daily Telegraph
84. Remembrance Day will now honour civilians and victims of terror after the Royal British Legion announces the red poppy isn't just for fallen soldiers Mail Online
85. Retired four-star general says Trump is 'serious threat to US security' The Independent
86. Richard Dawkins complains people keep thinking he's Stephen Hawking The Independent
87. Ronan Farrow's biggest scoops Shredded Trump documents and spy games The Guardian
88. Russian sailor's 50-year-old message in a bottle found on Alaskan shore The Daily Telegraph
89. Russian troops patrol between Turkish and Syrian forces on border The Guardian
90. Scientists using AI to decipher bad handwriting of Isambard Kingdom Brunel in bid to discover his secrets The Daily Telegraph
91. Selfie with Friends Aniston's Instagram debut sends platform crashing The Guardian
92. Steve Smith will face fast bowlers in Headingley nets before decision made on fitness for third Ashes Test The Daily Telegraph
93. Subscribe to the Daily Edition, our newspaper for your tablet The Independent
94. The new age of modesty: John Lewis reveals how Britons are turning their backs on sexy outfits and lavish displays of wealth in favour of comfort and understated style Mail Online
95. The race to make Elon Musk's vision of a 700mph hyperloop a reality in Europe The Daily Telegraph
96. There can be no national unity if the referendum result is not honoured The Daily Telegraph
97. Thousands across Europe march in protest against racial discrimination The Independent
98. Time for Uefa to step up The Guardian view on racism and football The Guardian
99. Turkish forces seize control of Afrin and tear down Kurdish statue The Independent
100. Unlikely hero Marnus Labuschagne makes his name with Smithsonian innings to preserve Australia's Ashes lead The Daily Telegraph

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