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UK to pay extra £44.5m for Calais security in Anglo-French deal

UK to pay extra £44.5m for Calais security in Anglo-French deal

Funds to be announced along with plans to revise Le Touquet accord on asylum seekers Britain will pay £44.5m for extra security measures in France to prevent another refugee camp forming in Calais or
US military to maintain open-ended presence in Syria, Tillerson says

US military to maintain open-ended presence in Syria, Tillerson says

US secretary of state says forces will remain in country in push against Isis, Bashar al-Assad and Iranian influenceThe US intends to maintain an open-ended military presence in Syria, not only to
Beyond the wire: 'I can’t remember my past and I don’t know if I have a future'

Beyond the wire: 'I can’t remember my past and I don’t know if I have a future'

Dennish has been tossed around like a football, Sajjad hears gunshots each night, Aslam is in constant pain: these are the unvarnished stories of those who call Manus home‘Help us’: the
Birth control app reported to Swedish officials after 37 unwanted pregnancies

Birth control app reported to Swedish officials after 37 unwanted pregnancies

Users of Natural Cycles, first app certified as contraceptive method in Europe, identified among people seeking abortions at hospitalA much-hyped birth control app has been reported to Swedish
Steve Bannon to meet with Mueller’s investigators instead of testifying

Steve Bannon to meet with Mueller’s investigators instead of testifying

Bannon is expected to be interviewed by prosecutors instead of testifying before a grand jury, after he received a subpoenaFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will meet with special
Buses for Apple employees attacked with pellet guns, company suspects

Buses for Apple employees attacked with pellet guns, company suspects

Corporate buses, which ferry workers from San Francisco to its Silicon Valley headquarters, have become symbols of gentrificationAt least five buses used to transport Apple employees to the company’s
Morning mail: councils 'will not own' Adani airport

Morning mail: councils 'will not own' Adani airport

Thursday: Townsville and Rockhampton councils – together chipping in $34m – backtrack on previous statements. Plus: Reconciliation Australia backs #ChangeTheDateGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy
Trump accuses Russia of violating sanctions to aid North Korea

Trump accuses Russia of violating sanctions to aid North Korea

The president said ‘Russia is not helping us at all with North Korea’ in an interview, adding that talks with Kim Jong-un may not be usefulDonald Trump has said that Russia is helping North Korea get
Republican senator Jeff Flake: Trump's attacks on media reminiscent of Stalin

Republican senator Jeff Flake: Trump's attacks on media reminiscent of Stalin

In speech to Senate, Flake said president’s use of terms ‘fake news’ and ‘enemy of the people’ should be source of shame for Republicans Donald Trump’s use of the terms “fake news” and “enemy of the
Nigeria: two Americans and two Canadians kidnapped in ambush

Nigeria: two Americans and two Canadians kidnapped in ambush

Police say ‘unknown armed men’ seized quartet on road to Abuja‘Every possible means’ being employed to rescue abducteesTwo Americans and two Canadians have been kidnapped in an ambush in Kaduna state,
Software 'no more accurate than untrained humans' at judging reoffending risk

Software 'no more accurate than untrained humans' at judging reoffending risk

Program used to assess more than a million US defendants may not be accurate enough for potentially life-changing decisions, say expertsThe credibility of a computer program used for bail and
Malcolm Turnbull urged to pressure Japan over whaling during security talks

Malcolm Turnbull urged to pressure Japan over whaling during security talks

Greens say Australia should not deepen security ties until whaling in Southern Ocean stopsAs Malcolm Turnbull meets with the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, on Thursday, the Greens are calling on
The myth of Stoke’s Tory turnaround | Letters

The myth of Stoke’s Tory turnaround | Letters

The claim that Stoke-on-Trent is better off under the Tories is rejected by Cllr Mohammed Pervez and the Labour peer Jeremy BeechamI think the Stoke-on-Trent South MP Jack Brereton was rather
A divided Kosovo | Letters

A divided Kosovo | Letters

The outlook for Kosovo looks bleak, unless its peoples are allowed to go their separate ways, writes Dr Michael PravicaThe barbaric and terrorist killing of the Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanović
Porn actor Stephanie Clifford admitted affair with Trump in 2011 interview

Porn actor Stephanie Clifford admitted affair with Trump in 2011 interview

A statement released by Trump’s lawyer last week, signed with her stage name Stormy Daniels, denied a relationshipIn a newly published interview with Stephanie Clifford from 2011, the pornographic
Tower residents face £2m recladding bill prompted by Grenfell disaster

Tower residents face £2m recladding bill prompted by Grenfell disaster

Owner of Citiscape complex in Croydon has denied responsibility to pay for work, with leaseholders left facing a bill of £31,300 per flat“Terrified” residents of a housing complex clad in similar
The Guardian view on China’s spreading influence: look in the gift horse’s mouth | Editorial

The Guardian view on China’s spreading influence: look in the gift horse’s mouth | Editorial

There is growing concern about Beijing’s attempts to shape the thinking of politicians and the public overseasThe arrest of a former CIA agent this week is the stuff of a classic murky spy tale.
Eric Trump defends president over racism: 'My father sees one color: green'

Eric Trump defends president over racism: 'My father sees one color: green'

‘He cares about the economy, right? He does not see race’Donald Trump accused of racist comments in White House meetingEric Trump defended his father from accusations of racism on Wednesday by saying
Divers discover world's longest flooded cave – video

Divers discover world's longest flooded cave – video

A group of divers has connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the world's largest flooded cave, a discovery that could shed light on the ancient Maya
Man convicted of theft in 1976 cleared after Googling his arresting officer

Man convicted of theft in 1976 cleared after Googling his arresting officer

Stephen Simmons was convicted of mailbag theft over 40 years ago but a chance discovery led to his acquittalA man who was convicted of stealing mailbags more than 40 years ago has had his conviction