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Bolton News
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Bolton News / Posted 13 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Daily Mail
Camilla calms Meghan’s wedding nerves with intimate lunchthe support act for Ed wasn’t the healthiest thing he’s ever done. The French
Daily Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
the support act for Ed wasn’t the healthiest thing he’s ever done. The French stone I married is still heart-broken about Brexit. But we are still going strong and spent New Year’s Eve holding each other. Tracey Emin, right, gives me her own take... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Croydon Guardian / Posted 24 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 33 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 34 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 36 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 36 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 37 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 38 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 38 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 39 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 39 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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The News and Star
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
The News and Star / Posted 41 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Whitehaven News
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Whitehaven News / Posted 44 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 46 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 46 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 50 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 50 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 54 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Oxford Mail / Posted 54 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 54 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Oxford Mail / Posted 54 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Powys County Times
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Powys County Times / Posted 55 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Powys County Times
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Powys County Times / Posted 55 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Bury Times
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Bury Times / Posted 57 minutes ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Bury Times
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Bury Times / Posted 57 minutes ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Gazette
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Gazette / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Gazette
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Gazette / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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guardian-series
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
guardian-series / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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guardian-series
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
guardian-series / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Greenock Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Greenock Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Harrow Times
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Harrow Times
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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This is West Country
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
This is West Country / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Gazette News
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Gazette News / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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This is West Country
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
This is West Country / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Gazette News
What the papers say – February 18is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cov
Gazette News / Posted an hour ago
is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit. The Sunday Times reports that students are to be offered a “value for money” deal when it comes to university... Read more
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Bolton News
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Bolton News / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
UKIP leader removed after lover's racist Meghan Markle commentselection on its anti-EU platform. UKIP's success was a factor in influencing t
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
election on its anti-EU platform. UKIP's success was a factor in influencing then-Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the Brexit referendum. But the party has seen its poll ratings slide since then, and has struggled to move out of Mr Farage's... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
EveningTimes Online / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Food standards must not fall victim to cheap imports after Brexit, MPs warnenvironmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap
Croydon Guardian / Posted an hour ago
environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture. The Government must not allow imports that have not been produced to UK standards, and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ireland's 'big mistake is backing EU' in Brexit negotiations, says former Irish AmbassadorThe Republic of Ireland is making “a very big mistake in backing team EU” in th
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
The Republic of Ireland is making “a very big mistake in backing team EU” in the UK’s Brexit negotiations and is “now in a diplomatic cul-de-sac”, according to a former Irish Ambassador and senior advisor to successive Irish Prime... Read more
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