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  1. Labour still has a long way to go, says Ed Miliband
  2. Meltdown fears for euro as G20 makes plans for Athens to default on debt
  3. Putin announces plan to return as Russian president
  4. Death of Venice: 'Visitors are killing our city'
  5. Gaddafi forces respond with sniper fire and mortars as Libya's revolutionary fighters advance into Sirte
  6. Mubarak trial put on hold as lawyers demand new court and new judges
  7. Rabies is killing more than 55,000 a year
  8. British soldiers in Afghanistan shown 'war snuff movies'
  9. The debris has landed, says Nasa. Just don't ask us where
  10. Man fires gun before Pope's mass
  11. Libyan forces enter Sirte
  12. Medvedev proposes Putin for president in 2012
  13. Gaddafi's daughter says father is well and fighting
  14. Jury selected for Jackson doctor's trial
  15. Strauss-Kahn to meet his accuser face to face
  16. President's return threatens to plunge Yemen into civil war
  17. Republican leaders clash over credibility
  18. Party toppled after 20 years in Zambia
  19. Sex slaves kept in secret rooms
  20. يو تو, ملعب كروك بارك, The Joshua Tree Tour‏
  21. Tireless N'Golo Kante prepares to return to old club Leicester in pursuit of another title with Chelsea
  22. Why Alex Iwobi and Victor Moses will not be playing at the Africa Cup of Nations
  23. BJ Penn returns to the Octagon with Yair Rodriguez waiting at UFC Fight Night
  24. Nathan Ake could replace John Terry for Chelsea's Premier League clash with Leicester
  25. Nathan Ake could replace John Terry for Chelsea's Premier League clash with Leicester
  26. Pep Guardiola is unsure whether Vincent Kompany will ever regain his best Manchester City form
  27. Jürgen Klopp heralds 'rare and world class' Henrikh Mkhitaryan ahead of Manchester United vs Liverpool clash
  28. Lyon's £13m offer for Memphis Depay was 'far from reasonable', says Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho
  29. A tale of twisted blood consumes Wayne Rooney in his bid to make Manchester United history against Liverpool
  30. Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho claims he is calmer than rival Jurgen Klopp ahead of Liverpool clash
  31. West Ham United vs Crystal Palace preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  32. Everton vs Manchester City preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  33. Leicester vs Chelsea preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  34. Tottenham vs West Brom preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  35. Liverpool news: United are now a 'better, more confident' side, warns Jurgen Klopp ahead of Sunday showdown
  36. Bournemouth news: Eddie Howe dismisses reports linking John Terry with loan move to Vitality Stadium
  37. Swansea City vs Arsenal preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  38. Manchester United vs Liverpool preview: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on, where can I watch it?
  39. Slaven Bilic reveals what actually happened between him and Dimitri Payet that led to West Ham dispute
  40. West Ham demand more than £35m for Dimitri Payet as Frenchman targets Marseille transfer
  41. Floyd Mayweather rules out fight with UFC star Conor McGregor
  42. Hull vs Bournemouth: How Marco Silva took Estoril from the brink of collapse into the Europa League
  43. Manchester United transfer news: Lyon only club interested in Memphis Depay but have bid rejected
  44. Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger insists Mesut ?zil's future doesn't depend on his own and keeps wage demands secret
  45. Liverpool transfer news: Mamadou Sakho Sevilla move 'stalls', Reds 'watch' Ivory Coast international
  46. Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger dismisses Andrea Belotti transfer rumours as 'fake news' in comical nod to Donald Trump
  47. Manchester United transfer news: Tiemoue Bakayoko linked to Old Trafford, Paulo Dybala rules out move
  48. Transfer news: Chelsea will have to pay £35m for Dimitri Payet, Jesse Lingard 'agrees' new Manchester United deal
  49. Johanna Konta claims Sydney International title as Dan Evans reaches maiden final
  50. Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson likely to complete Crystal Palace transfer
  51. Arsenal transfer news: Jack Wilshere's Gunners 'future in doubt', Atletico Madrid winger targeted
  52. Transfer news: Why Sandro leaves English football having failed to fulfil the potential he showed at Tottenham
  53. Real Madrid vs Sevilla match report: Karim Benzema's late goal saves Real to set new Spanish unbeaten record
  54. Manchester United vs Liverpool: Jose Mourinho can prove the difference for United against Reds, says Ian Rush
  55. Australian Open: Sir Andy Murray's potential route to glory - who he needs to beat
  56. Australian Open: Sir Andy Murray paired with Illya Marchenko in Melbourne and could face Roger Federer in the quarters
  57. Transfer news live: Chelsea 'want' West Ham's Dimitri Payet, Arsenal selling Carl Jenkinson, Manchester United latest
  58. Manchester United news: Forget parked buses - Jose Mourinho has learnt the 'United way', says Juan Mata
  59. Manchester City to investigate how they can stop players ignoring drug rules after anti-doping charge
  60. San Diego Chargers set to relocate to Los Angeles
  61. Graham Taylor flourished at Watford and Aston Villa - his legacy will live long at these two clubs
  62. Brexit deal: five ministers lobby May to renegotiate draft text
  63. CIA finds Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi killing – report
  64. Thousands gather to block London bridges in climate rebellion
  65. French protester killed in accident at anti-fuel tax blockade
  66. California fires: Camp fire death toll rises to 71 with more than 1,000 missing
  67. UK to push for Yemen ceasefire
  68. Rail strikes to hit England rugby fans and Christmas shoppers
  69. Owner of the Scotsman and i newspapers enters administration
  70. Children in Need breaks record with £50.6m raised in one night
  71. Submarine that vanished with 44 crew is found sunken in Atlantic
  72. Stink hits darts grand slam as match features flatulent end
  73. A day of Brexit chaos
  74. The legacy of Islamic State in Iraq
  75. The plastics conspiracy: who is to blame for the waste crisis?
  76. Male childlessness: 'You think, If I’m not reproducing – then what am I?'
  77. Donald Trump heads to California, again blaming fires on forest management
  78. BBC newsreader Richard Baker dies aged 93
  79. Foreign Office failed us, say survivors of terrorist attacks
  80. Lil Pump gig evacuated after susbstance released into crowd
  81. CIA Khashoggi findings 'highly damaging' to Mohammed bin Salman
  82. Habitat loss threatens all our futures, world leaders warned
  83. Johnston Press: rescue plan for Scotsman newspaper group
  84. Carrie Gracie says BBC is blocking pay gap campaigners
  85. Vow to train the next generation of working-class doctors
  86. 'Age has nothing to do with it': how it feels to transition later in life
  87. The Christmas gift guide: 100 great buys for every budget
  88. Chechnya: woman blows herself up at checkpoint in Grozny
  89. Justin Bieber egging lawsuit brought by neighbors is resolved
  90. Prisoner who killed himself 'told staff voices were telling him to do so'
  91. DUP and Northern Irish businesses at odds over May's Brexit deal
  92. Argentina lacks technology to salvage submarine wreck
  93. Strictly Come Dancing: week nine – live!
  94. France demands UK climate pledge in return for Brexit trade deal
  95. Migrants fleeing Libya refuse to leave ship and be sent back to camps
  96. Flying fists and pelted bottles – warring politicians shock Sri Lanka
  97. Director Sebasti?n Lelio: ‘The presence of porn is everywhere and making us numb’
  98. Brussels tells Theresa May - delaying Brexit will cost UK £10bn
  99. Emails reveal Arron Banks’ links to Steve Bannon in quest for campaign cash
  100. At home and abroad, Emmanuel Macron ploughs lonely furrow
  101. Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's election
  102. Bullying claims at Oxford ‘medieval fiefdom’ take toll on reformist dean
  103. Tracey Thorn reveals anxiety in early career drove success
  104. Maldives' new president warns treasury 'looted' during China-led boom
  105. Man dies after stingray attack while swimming near Hobart
  106. Toppling me won't help Brexit, May tells rebel Tory MPs
  107. Air pollution levels ‘forcing families to move out of cities’
  108. $90m David Hockney is not a ‘break-up picture’, says ex-lover
  109. Netanyahu meets with coalition partner to stop government collapse
  110. Jair Bolsonaro's rise to power casts shadow over UN environment conference
  111. European diplomats mount last-ditch effort to stop US ditching INF treaty
  112. Apec summit fails to agree on statement amid US-China spat
  113. ‘Rich soup of life’ in Gwent wetlands at risk from motorway
  114. OFM’s great Christmas taste test 2018
  115. ‘Philosophically speaking, we can never fully trust our memory’
  116. Jamal Khashoggi killers 'may have taken body parts out of Turkey in luggage'
  117. Sophia Floersch fractures spine after airborne crash in Formula 3
  118. Make mental health as important as first aid, say business leaders
  119. Gareth Thomas says he was victim of homophobic attack in Cardiff
  120. Mitzvah Day: Jews and Muslims come together to cook chicken soup
  121. BBC in row over blurring cleavage of interviewee in Kenya
  122. 4am starts and spinach smoothies: Da Vinci Code's Dan Brown on how to write a bestseller
  123. From a Czech warehouse to a street near you: the journey of a gun
  124. Artist Gavin Turk arrested in London climate change protest
  125. UK cancer and children’s wards being hit by closures
  126. French whistleblower welcomes U-turn on study into babies with missing limbs
  127. GPs could prescribe bingo and dancing after English trial's success
  128. Hong Kong protesters go on trial as fight for democracy continues
  129. The world according to Archigram
  130. Rear view: the big business of bottoms
  131. Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist
  132. How populism swept through Europe over 20 years
  133. Rees-Mogg: topple May now or she will lead Tories into election
  134. Ivanka Trump: senior Democrat calls for investigation into personal email use
  135. Clement Attlee took in Jewish child refugee who fled Nazis
  136. Libya: child refugees abused in UK-funded detention centres
  137. Afghanistan suicide bomber kills scores of Muslim scholars
  138. Chinese writer Tianyi sentenced to decade in prison for gay erotic novel
  139. Beto O'Rourke opens door for 2020 presidential run – live
  140. Italy orders seizure of migrant rescue ship over 'HIV-contaminated' clothes
  141. UK should rethink Interpol role if Russian gets top job, MPs say
  142. Museum of London eyes Boris Johnson's water-cannon trucks
  143. Asia Bibi: sentenced to death over a cup of water
  144. Poverty in Britain: a social calamity
  145. Take action rather than criticise, UN poverty expert tells Rudd
  146. Air pollution cuts two years off global average lifespan, says study
  147. UN environment chief resigns after frequent flying revelations
  148. Christian parent threatens legal action over school's 'gay pride parade'
  149. Easter Island governor begs British Museum to return Moai: 'You have our soul'
  150. Trump 'stands with' Saudi Arabia and defends crown prince over Khashoggi
  151. Taxpayers' Alliance received over £223k in foreign donations
  152. Tax 'virgin packaging' to tackle plastics crisis, says report
  153. Theresa May heads to Brussels bolstered by failure of Brexiter revolt
  154. Trump wanted to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey – report
  155. US and Canada urged to avoid romaine lettuce amid E coli outbreak
  156. Insulin shortage could affect 40 million people with type 2 diabetes
  157. Family of World Cup worker waits for answers over death at Qatar stadium
  158. 54% of football fans have witnessed racist abuse at matches, report says
  159. UK ban on Kellogg's Coco Pops children's TV advert overturned
  160. Number of problem gamblers aged 11-16 rises to 55,000
  161. Donald Tusk, Russia and the plane crash that changed Poland
  162. Putin critics voice alarm at prospect of Russian Interpol chief
  163. Wednesday briefing: Alarm as Russia seeks to run Interpol
  164. ID cards could assuage Brexit voters' migration fears, says report
  165. Children under 10 among those given strong antidepressants in UK
  166. Rubbernecking German drivers could be hit by bigger fines
  167. How populist are you?
  168. British academic accused of spying jailed for life in UAE
  169. Yemen: up to 85,000 young children dead from starvation
  170. PMQs: May revives claim that voting down deal could scupper Brexit - Politics live
  171. 'Swarming' sit-down protests disrupt London traffic
  172. Interpol elects South Korean as its president, in blow to Russia
  173. UK budget deficit hits three-year high in blow for Hammond
  174. Man charged in 'biggest sexual offence case in Norway's history'
  175. Dolce & Gabbana cancels Shanghai show amid racism row
  176. Indian police file rape case against Bollywood actor Alok Nath
  177. Marks & Spencer accused of sexism over 'fancy knickers' display
  178. Steve Bannon's far-right Europe operation undermined by election laws
  179. May defends Brexit deal against cross-party hostility at PMQs
  180. Turkey attacks Trump's 'comic' stance on Khashoggi killing
  181. American killed by isolated tribe on island in Andamans
  182. Bet365 founder paid herself an 'obscene' £265m in 2017
  183. ‘Aishe will go on holiday again’: Cyprus invasion talk returns to Turkey
  184. Poor families could take in lodger to beat benefit cap – minister
  185. UK weather: cold snap brings icy winds, sleet and snow showers
  186. Asia Bibi family being hunted 'house to house' in Pakistan
  187. Facebook to lodge appeal against ICO's £500,000 fine
  188. Plane struggled to take off in Belfast after pilots' data error
  189. Labour MP accused of speeding 'flexible with the truth', court hears
  190. Israeli minister dismisses Trump peace plan as 'waste of time'
  191. Merkel threatens to pull plug on Brexit summit if deal not signed off in 24 hours
  192. Facebook criticised for post promoting child bride auction
  193. Noel Edmonds’ jungle debut to coincide with Lloyds legal action
  194. UK universities urged to review ties with UAE over jailing of academic
  195. Mattei Salvini ready to 'confront EU' after Italy's budget rejected again
  196. Amazon hit with major data breach days before Black Friday
  197. Outpouring of support for critically ill activist Harry Leslie Smith
  198. UK teenagers turn to mobile apps to help with mental ill health
  199. Attlee child refugee recalls ‘extraordinary love’ of family
  200. Women outnumber men at Westminster on #AskHerToStandDay
  201. Parents of girl, six, who was sexually abused by fellow pupils given payout
  202. 'Less than half' of tuition fees spent on teaching at English universities
  203. Satanists 'amicably' settle Warner Bros lawsuit over Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  204. John Roberts chastises Trump for criticism of judge who blocked asylum order
  205. Two homemade explosives found in north London flat
  206. Why is Steve Bannon in Europe?
  207. How populism became the concept that defines our age | Cas Mudde
  208. Angelina Jolie to guest edit BBC Radio 4 Today programme
  209. Thursday briefing: Shock life sentence for Briton in Dubai
  210. Type 2 diabetes now affects nearly 7,000 young Britons
  211. First ever plane with no moving parts takes flight
  212. At least 320,000 homeless people in Britain, says Shelter
  213. Brexit political declaration fails to offer frictionless trade
  214. Police and MI5 missed chances to prevent Manchester bombing, MPs find
  215. Hillary Clinton: Europe must curb immigration to stop rightwing populists
  216. Wife of jailed academic: Foreign Office did not take UAE case seriously
  217. Mental illness costs UK £94bn a year, OECD report says
  218. Ayr hospitals on lockdown after reported stabbing
  219. Russian rapper Husky faces jail over gig on car roof
  220. US-Israeli man jailed for 10 years over bomb hoax calls
  221. Police use of tights to cover cars' blue lights prompts safety fears
  222. Ariana Grande criticises Piers Morgan over nudity comments
  223. Outrage in Paraguay after Brazil cartel boss kills woman in his prison cell
  224. Starvation diets, obsessive training and no plus-size models: Victoria’s Secret sells a dangerous fantasy
  225. Corbyn says deal is '26 pages of waffle' and 'blindfold Brexit we all feared' - Politics live
  226. Trump: CIA 'didn't conclude' Saudi crown prince ordered Khashoggi death
  227. Construction of homes for social rent drops 80% in a decade
  228. Union drops support for DPD courier walkout after legal threat
  229. Google crackdown on secret ‘dark adverts’ in EU elections
  230. Somerset man jailed for trafficking fighter jet parts to Iran
  231. Fourteen suspected migrants rescued from two dinghies off Kent
  232. Goldman Sachs offers London staff emergency nannies
  233. 'Immoral': groups fight National Trust's wild boar cull
  234. Jim Davidson gets stuck in an eco protest and bags his biggest audience for years
  235. Spain accuses UK of treachery over Gibraltar Brexit deal
  236. 'I was petrified': officer poisoned by novichok tells of 'emotional battering'
  237. Would-be Merkel successor questions post-Nazi asylum guarantee
  238. BBC offers Fiona Bruce job of Question Time host
  239. Fifth of 17 to 19-year-old girls self-harm or attempt suicide
  240. Theresa May faces fresh battles to save Brexit strategy
  241. Raab: staying in EU is better than May's Brexit deal - Politics live
  242. Friday briefing: Brexit –*‘put a lid on this pot’
  243. Study shows 60% of Britons believe in conspiracy theories
  244. Retailers hope Black Friday will tackle spending lull
  245. 'I made a tremendous difference': Trump heaps Thanksgiving praise on himself
  246. Dominic Raab: Theresa May's deal worse than staying in EU
  247. Wife of academic jailed in UAE says he told her he was feeling ill
  248. Nigel Farage 'appalled' by Tommy Robinson joining Ukip as adviser
  249. Home Office tried to deport 300 skilled migrants under terrorism law
  250. Choose Love: pop-up shop where customers buy gifts for refugees