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Prince William interviews David Attenborough on his life's work – watch live

Prince William interviews David Attenborough on his life's work – watch live

The broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough spoke to the Duke of Cambridge about the 'creeping disaster' of climate change, capitalism and caring for the natural world at the World Economic
'Golden visa' schemes pose risk to EU security, Brussels to say

'Golden visa' schemes pose risk to EU security, Brussels to say

European commission is expected to sound alarm on their use to attract wealthyBrussels is to warn EU member states that the “golden visa” schemes used by Britain and others to attract the wealthy have
No-deal Brexit would mean hard Irish border, EU confirms

No-deal Brexit would mean hard Irish border, EU confirms

Spokesman says it is ‘pretty obvious’ border controls would be needed in this scenarioThe EU has injected further pressure into the Brexit talks by confirming it will enforce a hard border on the
Senate to vote on pair of bills that could end government shutdown

Senate to vote on pair of bills that could end government shutdown

Republican-backed measure would meet Trump’s wall demand while the second would extend funding for closed agenciesThe Senate will vote on Thursday on a pair of bills that could end the month-long
Worst job in showbiz: why will no one touch the world's glitziest gigs?

Worst job in showbiz: why will no one touch the world's glitziest gigs?

The Oscars have no host, Rihanna turned down the Super Bowl, and the White House dinner will be MC’d by a historian. What’s behind the sudden demise of entertainment’s biggest jobs?The loss of the
UK gives £2.5m to help salvage Yemen ceasefire

UK gives £2.5m to help salvage Yemen ceasefire

Funding comes as UN officials fear cessation of hostilities in Hodeidah might soon collapseThe UN’s increasingly fraught attempt to salvage a ceasefire in the Yemeni port of Hodeidah that could lead
Joni Ernst says she turned down chance to be Donald Trump's vice-president

Joni Ernst says she turned down chance to be Donald Trump's vice-president

Iowa senator makes claim in divorce papersErnst says husband Gail ‘hated any successes I have’The Iowa senator Joni Ernst has stated she turned down the opportunity to be Donald Trump’s vice-president
Brexit:  May set to reject calls for free vote on amendment designed to block no-deal Brexit - Politics live

Brexit: May set to reject calls for free vote on amendment designed to block no-deal Brexit - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 3.23pm GMT Here is the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg on the Dromey/Spelman amendment. (See 2.45pm.)1. Spelman and Dromey the latest to put
Singer Chris Brown arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape

Singer Chris Brown arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape

American R&B artist in custody with two others after woman files complaintThe American singer Chris Brown and two other people have been taken into custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape
Kit Carson died of traumatic brain injury, inquest hears

Kit Carson died of traumatic brain injury, inquest hears

Fatal car crash happened minutes before former football youth coach’s sex abuse trial due to begin A former youth football coach and scout whose car crashed into a tree on the day he was due to go on
Tuesday US briefing: Secret North Korean missile base uncovered

Tuesday US briefing: Secret North Korean missile base uncovered

Kamala Harris officially enters 2020 presidential race ... New video gives context to teen’s confrontation with activist ... Xi warns China to keep ‘political security’ in faltering economyGood
State secrets were on US man during Russia arrest, says his lawyer

State secrets were on US man during Russia arrest, says his lawyer

Paul Whelan, ex-marine accused of spying, may have been unaware of possession A Russian lawyer for Paul Whelan, the US citizen accused of spying on Russia, has said his client was carrying state
In the digital age, how much longer can Spain's street kiosks survive?

In the digital age, how much longer can Spain's street kiosks survive?

As newsprint sales fall and tourists demand keychains, the city of Barcelona is trying to keep alive the old social culture that revolves around street kiosksFor generations, the day in Spain has
Woman and two daughters found dead near Bolton

Woman and two daughters found dead near Bolton

Police investigate death of mother and girls, aged one and three, in Little Lever house A mother and her two young children have been found dead in a village near Bolton.Police have launched an
France and Germany provoke populist anger over 'friendship pact'

France and Germany provoke populist anger over 'friendship pact'

Macron and Merkel sign update to 1963 Élysée treaty to restate commitment to EUFrance and Germany have renewed their vows of postwar friendship, aiming to show that the traditional engine powering the
Ronaldo agrees to pay €19m fine to settle tax fraud case

Ronaldo agrees to pay €19m fine to settle tax fraud case

Juventus footballer pleads guilty after agreeing to fine and suspended sentence in Madrid courtThe Portugal and Juventus footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted committing tax fraud while playing
Search for Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala and missing plane called off for night

Search for Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala and missing plane called off for night

• Flight from Nantes to Cardiff missing over Channel • Sala signed for Cardiff for £15m on SaturdayEmiliano Sala, the Argentinian footballer who signed for Cardiff City on Saturday, was on a private
Brexit secretary: EU may not agree to extend article 50

Brexit secretary: EU may not agree to extend article 50

Stephen Barclay warns MPs that supporting an extension to avert no deal is an ‘oversimplification’Follow today’s political developments – latest updates The Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, has
Mnangagwa promises investigation of brutal Zimbabwe crackdown

Mnangagwa promises investigation of brutal Zimbabwe crackdown

Security forces apparently targeted opposition and union officials during fuel protests Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has called for “national dialogue” and promised an investigation into
France summons Italian envoy over 'hostile' Africa remarks

France summons Italian envoy over 'hostile' Africa remarks

Italian deputy PM blames migrant crisis on France’s ‘colonisation’ of AfricaFrance’s foreign ministry has summoned the Italian ambassador in an escalating row over migrant arrivals in Europe that pits