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Sebastian Gorka was White House aide while a fugitive from Hungarian justice

Sebastian Gorka was White House aide while a fugitive from Hungarian justice

Deputy assistant to president was wanted on weapons chargesGorka left White House after John Kelly became chief of staffThe White House employed a Hungarian fugitive for seven months, according to an
Lessons for five-year-olds aren’t enough to curb knife crime | Letters

Lessons for five-year-olds aren’t enough to curb knife crime | Letters

Teaching five-year-olds the dangers of knife crime won’t solve the problem, writes Jabeer Butt while Ed Barrett thinks the idea will backfire. Woody Caan believes bullying is the root cause that must
Macron tells May City will get less access to Europe than now if UK leaves single market - Politics live

Macron tells May City will get less access to Europe than now if UK leaves single market - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s press conference with Emmanuel MacronWhat Macron said to May about Brexit - Key quote and analysisSummary
Republicans clear first hurdle to avoid government shutdown

Republicans clear first hurdle to avoid government shutdown

House appeared poised on Thursday night to pass a bill to keep the government open, after promising a vote on defense and immigrationRepublicans cleared the first hurdle in avoiding a government
Ryanair: HMRC and employment tsar may question airline over pay

Ryanair: HMRC and employment tsar may question airline over pay

MPs call for cabin crew pay inquiry as airline denies failing to adhere to UK employment lawRyanair has been referred to employment and tax authorities for investigation by two parliamentary
Barry Bennell attempted suicide after abusing boys, jury told

Barry Bennell attempted suicide after abusing boys, jury told

Court hears how one alleged victim of the ex-football coach felt ‘rigid with fear’Former football coach Barry Bennell told police he had tried to kill himself after allegedly abusing boys because he
New office will help medical providers deny treatment on religious grounds

New office will help medical providers deny treatment on religious grounds

Health agency creates conscience and religious freedom divisionTrump administration move may affect abortion and LGBT rightsThe Trump administration is creating an office to protect the religious

Drone rescues swimmers in Australia in world first - video

A drone helped save two teenage swimmers struggling in powerful surf on the Australian coastline, in what the local authorities called a 'world first'. A member of the public spotted the 16- and
Coalition’s foreign agents bill attacked for overreach and curtailing ‘freedoms of expression’

Coalition’s foreign agents bill attacked for overreach and curtailing ‘freedoms of expression’

Organisations with non-Australian members that undertake lobbying activities could be prosecuted for failing to register, inquiry warnedThe government’s bill to require Australians to register if they
Selfie clue cracks Canada murder case

Selfie clue cracks Canada murder case

A small detail in a photograph led police in Saskatoon to Cheyenne Rose Antoine, who has pleaded guilty to the murder of Brittney GargolPolice in the Canadian city of Saskatoon say a selfie posted on
Westminster repair works in doubt as MPs get vote on £4bn cost

Westminster repair works in doubt as MPs get vote on £4bn cost

Motion allows for a review to be conducted on whether there is a need for ‘comprehensive works’‘A tale of decay’: parliament is falling downA £4bn restoration of the crumbling Palace of Westminster
What is a federal government shutdown?

What is a federal government shutdown?

If the US Congress fails to pass a spending bill by midnight on Friday many important government functions will come to a standstillThe US Congress is scrambling to avert a shutdown of the federal
Amazon shortlists 20 cities for second headquarters

Amazon shortlists 20 cities for second headquarters

Shortlist selected from 238 proposals includes one Canadian siteStiff competition for $5bn second HQ that could bring 50,000 jobs Related: Amazon seeks prime North American spot for second
Sexual harassment and assault rife at United Nations, staff claim

Sexual harassment and assault rife at United Nations, staff claim

Exclusive: Guardian investigation points to culture of impunity as UN employees allege offences including rape Have you been similarly affected? Share your story hereThe United Nations has allowed
2017 was the hottest year on record without El Niño boost

2017 was the hottest year on record without El Niño boost

Data shows the year was also one of the hottest three ever recorded, with scientists warning that the ‘climate tide is rising fast’ 2017 was the hottest year since global records began that was not
Donald Trump's first year: in his own words - video

Donald Trump's first year: in his own words - video

Donald Trump's first year as US president has seen a daily battle with the media, a federal investigation into his campaign team and a series of domestic and diplomatic bust-ups. In his own inimitable
Wing and a prayer: pope marries couple on plane over Chile

Wing and a prayer: pope marries couple on plane over Chile

Cabin crew members ask pontiff for a blessing but Francis instead conducts marriage ceremonyThe bride had walked down the aisle countless times before, usually pushing a trolley of drinks or reheated
Chris Tarrant fined and banned for drink-driving

Chris Tarrant fined and banned for drink-driving

TV presenter admits he ‘made a mistake’ after driving home from pub while over the limitChris Tarrant has been fined £6,000 and banned from the roads for a year after admitting drink-driving after a
Dylan Farrow denies being brainwashed in first TV interview about Woody Allen allegations

Dylan Farrow denies being brainwashed in first TV interview about Woody Allen allegations

Farrow repeats claim that her father sexually assaulted her as a child in interview with CBS This MorningDylan Farrow has denied that she was “brainwashed” or “coached” into accusing her adoptive
Zimbabwe president pledges 'free and fair' election in five months

Zimbabwe president pledges 'free and fair' election in five months

Emmerson Mnangagwa reaffirms pledge for first democratic vote since Robert Mugabe deposedZimbabwe’s president Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that elections will be held within “four to five months”,