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Top stories in the latest issue:

BLAMING BREXIT
The Sun is aghast after the death of a Polish man is wrongly branded a post-Brexit hate crime – but what of its own role in spreading such myths?

LAD CULTURE
Can the arrival of a new female exec redress the balance at the testosterone-fuelled Indy, where gruesome rape stories are seen as everyday clickbait?

THE WATCHDOG’S BOLLOCKS
Chaos reigns at Impress as the state-approved press watchdog has to regulate itself and bollock its chief executive with a ‘warning over his future conduct’.

WILD ROSE
Congratulations to Mail on Sunday hack David Rose, who’s managed to attract three adverse adjudications from press watchdog Ipso in a matter of weeks.

DOCTOR’S NOTE
Why there’s nothing very revelatory about the Mail on Sunday’s big ‘exclusive’ on Princess Diana’s treatment by psychotherapist Dr Alan McGlashan.

THEATRE NEWS
The Telegraph-owning Barclay twins won’t want to see a new French play in Paris called Les Deux Freres – but their lawyers might.

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UK Secures Historic US Trade Deal with 220% Tariff on Plane Parts… JC Personality Cult Queried by St Matthew Parris – Biblical Times Exclusive… Why We Should Leave Meghan And Harry Alone – 94-page Daily Mail Special… Taking a Knee and Grabbing a Pussy: a President’s Guide to Locker Room Etiquette… Me and My Publicist, with Clare Balding… Tesht Match Shpecial – Live from Drunk-as-Lords… Uber Boss to Go to Appeal Court Once He Finds Postcode… An Evening with Peter Baxter and Henry Blofeld, as told to Craig Brown

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- Insp Knackered: Cops rebuffed on access to the Eye subscriber list
- Not Impress-ive: Keeping watch on the useless press watchdog
- Crash course: Slicker on banking’s long-running foresight saga

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