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Labour MPs to press May for Commons vote on Northern Ireland abortion ban

Labour MPs to press May for Commons vote on Northern Ireland abortion ban

Diana Johnson to table bill aimed at forcing government into allowing proper Commons voteLabour MPs will increase the pressure to end Northern Ireland’s highly restrictive Victorian-era abortion laws
Italian bank fears expected to grow after debt downgrade

Italian bank fears expected to grow after debt downgrade

Pressure on reserves could trigger crisis as government official issues warningFears that Italy’s banks face a black hole in their finances are expected to grow this week following a debt downgrade
Trump was 'playful' in praising assault on Guardian reporter, Ben Sasse says

Trump was 'playful' in praising assault on Guardian reporter, Ben Sasse says

Nebraska senator: ‘People kind of tune most of it out’ Sasse is author of book aiming to ‘heal’ political divideDonald Trump was being “playful” when he praised a Montana congressman who assaulted a
Coalition suppressed auditor's finding that $1.3bn Thales arms deal could have cost half with US

Coalition suppressed auditor's finding that $1.3bn Thales arms deal could have cost half with US

French group asked attorney general to use extraordinary powers to black out sections of report that criticised the dealThe Coalition suppressed the auditor general’s finding that Australia could have
Cameroon locks down major cities before release of election results

Cameroon locks down major cities before release of election results

Riot police on streets and opposition activist prevented from attending protest Cameroon’s two major cities were tense on Sunday and riot police were on the streets as security forces try to prevent
Racist incident filmed on Ryanair flight – video

Racist incident filmed on Ryanair flight – video

A man on a Ryanair plane has been filmed calling a woman sitting in the same row an 'ugly black bastard', and shouting 'don’t talk to me in a foreign language' when she spoke to him in English with a
Prostate cancer: radiotherapy could extend thousands of lives, study finds

Prostate cancer: radiotherapy could extend thousands of lives, study finds

Use alongside traditional treatment in advanced cases ‘could benefit 3,000 men in UK’Radiotherapy could increase the chances of survival for thousands of men with prostate cancer that has already
France to investigate cause of upper limb defects in babies

France to investigate cause of upper limb defects in babies

Explanation sought for concentration of cases in Loire-Atlantique, Ain and Brittany France’s health minister has announced a new investigation into the births of several babies with upper limb defects
Desperate Central American refugees cross into Mexico from river

Desperate Central American refugees cross into Mexico from river

Thousands travelling in migrant caravan circumvent border gate in attempt to reach USA growing number of refugees from Central America have resumed their advance towards the US border in southern
Eighteen people killed in Taiwan train derailment

Eighteen people killed in Taiwan train derailment

More than 170 people injured after Puyuma express service came off tracks on a bendEighteen have been killed and 171 injured in Taiwan after an express train derailed on a popular weekend route,
Ditching nuclear arms treaty would be dangerous step, Russia warns US

Ditching nuclear arms treaty would be dangerous step, Russia warns US

Deputy foreign minister insists Moscow has strictly observed missile treaty signed in 1987Senior Russian officials have lashed out at the United States after Donald Trump announced his intention to
Catalonia's independence struggle has hit Barcelona's reputation, says Valls

Catalonia's independence struggle has hit Barcelona's reputation, says Valls

Mayoral candidate says push for independence has left Catalonia looking inward Manuel Valls has warned that the Catalan independence movement’s “failed” attempts to bring about a sovereign republic
Glazers do not intend to sell Manchester United amid reports of Saudi interest

Glazers do not intend to sell Manchester United amid reports of Saudi interest

• Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia linked with £4bn takeover bid • United’s owners not even interested in selling stake in clubManchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, have no immediate intentions
More than 50 years on, central London Jewish deli Gaby's is to close

More than 50 years on, central London Jewish deli Gaby's is to close

As owner retires, nephew says cafe cannot compete with West End restaurant chains Gaby’s Deli, a landmark Jewish cafe serving salt beef and falafel in the heart of London’s theatreland for more than
2020 vision: Democratic hopefuls warm up for White House race

2020 vision: Democratic hopefuls warm up for White House race

Biden spars with Trump in Nevada, Booker and Harris are in South Carolina. The field is already crowdedIt’s a crisp fall weekend and more than a half-dozen prominent Democrats are in states that hold
Actor Selma Blair reveals that she has multiple sclerosis

Actor Selma Blair reveals that she has multiple sclerosis

MS diagnosis came in August but Hollywood star has lived with symptoms for yearsThe American actor Selma Blair has been praised for speaking candidly about having multiple sclerosis (MS).In an
Conservatives must 'hold nerve' despite Brexit jitters, says Raab

Conservatives must 'hold nerve' despite Brexit jitters, says Raab

‘Now is time to play for the team,’ minister says as speculation about PM’s leadership continuesA party at war: could Brexit split spell end of the Tories? Dominic Raab has conceded that Conservative
Coastguard investigates Isle of Wight ferry crash

Coastguard investigates Isle of Wight ferry crash

Red Falcon collided with several yachts as it tried to berth at Cowes harbourAn investigation has been launched after a ferry collided with several yachts off the Isle of Wight, the second such
Ardern's first year: New Zealand grapples with hangover from Jacindamania

Ardern's first year: New Zealand grapples with hangover from Jacindamania

In her first speech, the PM hailed a new beginning but 12 months later transformative change is yet to be seen“We believe capitalism must regain its human face, and that conviction deeply influenced
How Agatha Christie’s wartime nursing role gave her a lifelong taste for poison

How Agatha Christie’s wartime nursing role gave her a lifelong taste for poison

Many of the writer’s novels involve murder by toxic substance. First world war records detail where she got the inspirationAgatha Christie loved her poisons, whether a glass of champagne spiked with