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Labor creeps further ahead and Shorten approval is up – Guardian Essential poll

Labor creeps further ahead and Shorten approval is up – Guardian Essential poll

The latest poll has Labor ahead 52% to 48% on the two-party preferred measureLabor has crept further ahead of the Turnbull government, and Bill Shorten’s approval ratings have improved in the wake of
Trump misunderstanding over prisoner fuelled lira crisis  - Ankara sources

Trump misunderstanding over prisoner fuelled lira crisis - Ankara sources

US president believed he had secured deal with Turkish president to secure release of pastor, sources sayThe currency plunge imperilling Turkey’s economy has been fuelled by a standoff between Donald
Ethiopia requests emperor's lock of hair back from London museum

Ethiopia requests emperor's lock of hair back from London museum

Braid at National Army Museum is among artefacts looted during British invasion in 19th centuryThe National Army Museum has quietly removed from display a 19th-century looted braid of hair which the
Follow the nuance: Labour is edging towards a reversal of Brexit | Rafael Behr

Follow the nuance: Labour is edging towards a reversal of Brexit | Rafael Behr

As a soft Brexit becomes ever more implausible, Jeremy Corbyn is going to feel the heat from young Labour pro-EuropeansThe referendum that propelled Britain towards exit from the European Union was
Girl, 11, killed by great-uncle after hospital call for help, court told

Girl, 11, killed by great-uncle after hospital call for help, court told

Mental health unit received call about Delroy Forrester, 51, hours before alleged murder in WolverhamptonAn 11-year-old girl was beaten to death by her great-uncle hours after a family member called a
Trump hits back after Omarosa releases secret recording of president

Trump hits back after Omarosa releases secret recording of president

‘She was vicious, but not smart,’ Trump tweets about ex-aidePresident rejects claim he used racial slur, saying word ‘not in my vocabulary’Donald Trump has hit back at his former aide Omarosa
Home Office shamed for barring writers and artists from festival | Letters

Home Office shamed for barring writers and artists from festival | Letters

Readers respond to news that the Home Office has been refusing visas for authors invited to the Edinburgh Book FestivalOnce again, selected artists invited to the Edinburgh book festival are, in the
Aretha Franklin reportedly 'gravely ill'

Aretha Franklin reportedly 'gravely ill'

The ‘queen of soul’ is said to be near the end of her life, according to news reports in her home city of DetroitAretha Franklin is “gravely ill”, according to sources close to her family.An anonymous
Model George Koh guilty of killing rival after Instagram row

Model George Koh guilty of killing rival after Instagram row

Koh stabbed Harry Uzoka to death in London as they met to settle dispute over womanA model has been convicted of stabbing a more successful rival to death after a row on Instagram over a woman.George
Jeremy Corbyn: I was present at wreath-laying but don't think I was involved

Jeremy Corbyn: I was present at wreath-laying but don't think I was involved

Labour leader rows with Israeli PM over ceremony for individuals from group behind Munich massacreJeremy Corbyn has said he was present but not involved at a wreath-laying for individuals behind the
UK should take in 141 migrants stranded on rescue ship, Italy says

UK should take in 141 migrants stranded on rescue ship, Italy says

Italian minister claims Britain responsible for Aquarius vessel sailing under Gibraltar flagItaly has called on the UK to take in 141 people stranded on a migrant rescue ship in the Mediterranean.The
British MP among men alleging harassment by senior UN adviser

British MP among men alleging harassment by senior UN adviser

Politician says he complained about Ravi Karkara in earlier role, as two more men claim sexual misconduct by UN Women officialA British MP who claims he was harassed by a UN official under
Iranian female photographer banned from stadium covers match from nearby roof

Iranian female photographer banned from stadium covers match from nearby roof

Parisa Pourtaherian hopes one day to be able to ‘cover matches alongside male colleagues’Covering Iran’s top national football league is something no sports photographer wants to miss. But in a
Tax havens shielding companies responsible for deforestation and overfishing

Tax havens shielding companies responsible for deforestation and overfishing

70% of vessels implicated in illegal, unreported or unregulated fishing are registered in tax havens, report findsMoney channelled through secretive tax havens has been used to fuel deforestation in
Artificial intelligence tool 'as good as experts' at detecting eye problems

Artificial intelligence tool 'as good as experts' at detecting eye problems

Machine-learning system can identify more than 50 different eye diseases and could speed up diagnosis and treatmentA new machine-learning system is as good as the best human experts at detecting eye
'Urinoir' furore: Paris residents peeved at eco-friendly urinals

'Urinoir' furore: Paris residents peeved at eco-friendly urinals

Île Saint-Louis residents demand removal of bright-red receptacles with no stallA set of eco-friendly but completely exposed urinals that have been introduced to the streets of Paris are provoking
Baltimore police officer resigns after video of him punching a man surfaces

Baltimore police officer resigns after video of him punching a man surfaces

Video that went viral over the weekend shows an officer punching a man multiple times and then tackling him A Baltimore police officer caught on video repeatedly punching a man has quit the force,
Baltimore police officer resigns after being filmed beating man – video

Baltimore police officer resigns after being filmed beating man – video

A police officer in Baltimore has quit after footage surfaced of him repeatedly hitting a man. A second officer has been placed on administrative duties pending the outcome of an investigation. The
Anti-immigration Norwegian minister resigns over Iran holiday security fears

Anti-immigration Norwegian minister resigns over Iran holiday security fears

Per Sandberg visited country identified as likely to conduct espionage without notifying prime minister’s officeNorway’s rightwing fisheries minister has resigned after breaching security protocol
Labour MP pleads not guilty to perverting course of justice

Labour MP pleads not guilty to perverting course of justice

Fiona Onasanya faces trial, accused of blaming another driver for speeding offenceThe Labour MP Fiona Onasanya has pleaded not guilty to perverting the course of justice, after she was charged with