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Top stories in the latest issue:

The Times and Sun go big on the Presidents Club – but neither has space to say that one of the prizes in the sleazy charity auction was… work experience at Sky!

The Sun makes much noise attacking the ban on darts’ walk-on girls… but had no such tears to shed when its own bosses canned its Page 3 girls.

The Independent went to town on the gender pay row at the BBC… as an internal staff survey revealed it has its own inglorious gender pay gap.

The Standard’s George ‘Six Jobs’ Osborne uses his holiday to attend Davos – but with so many employers he’s going to have to learn to juggle his leave days.

The Sun blames neo-Nazis and BBC drama for radicalising Finsbury Park killer Darren Osborne… but its timeline of evidence omits mention of its own inflammatory coverage.

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Theresa May Defies Critics by Pledging to Remain Tory Leader Until The End of This Article… Moron Interviews Moron: Those Killer Questions in Historic Trump Interview… Fantastic Mr Fox Warns ‘Things May Not Be Fantastic Right Away’… It’s Eugenie vs Meghan in the Big Wedding Play-Off!... Ban the Catwalk Fashion Girls, Says No One At All… Sarah Ferguson’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown

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- Service industry: The soldiers, sailors and airmen on loan to the arms trade
- We are sailing…
British ports and their offshore owners
- Worst among equals:
How the BBC made the pay gap crisis worse

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