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Top three picks of the day (Source: Getty)

It’s Monday afternoon - need we say more? You’re probably trawling the internet for something to read...

We’ve done the legwork for you, and put together the top three stories of the day in bite-sized form, just to make your life that bit easier.

Check out our three at 3.

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GBBO’s new presenter

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Is supporting EU membership such a crime?

A Tory Councillor created a petition to make supporting EU membership a crime after Brexit. The petition currently has 97 signatures, but needs 100,000 before it will be considered for a debate in parliament.

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