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Flynn has pleaded guilty but signs are Mueller's inquiry has bigger fish to fry

Flynn has pleaded guilty but signs are Mueller's inquiry has bigger fish to fry

The former national security adviser’s statement of offence says he consulted with a ‘very senior member’ of Trump’s transition team about his Russia contactsAlmost everything about Michael Flynn’s
The Guardian view on refugees and migrants: solidarity, not fear | Editorial

The Guardian view on refugees and migrants: solidarity, not fear | Editorial

The world’s steps towards a humane and constructive response are slow and faltering. But people in flight need help and sympathy, not rejectionThe scale of the global humanitarian crisis that has been
Meghan Markle, racial identity and British citizenship | Letters

Meghan Markle, racial identity and British citizenship | Letters

Dinah Morley says people of mixed race should be allowed to choose their identities without prejudice, Will Goble challenges the perception of Meghan Markle as black, Ann Lynch hopes she isn’t
Brussels may include 'punishment clause' in post-Brexit trade deal

Brussels may include 'punishment clause' in post-Brexit trade deal

Exclusive: EU could impose punitive tariffs on key British exports such as beef if UK seeks to lower regulatory standardsThe EU is exploring the inclusion of a “punishment clause” in any future trade
Stormy seas in politics as Nationals under pressure in their heartland | Katharine Murphy

Stormy seas in politics as Nationals under pressure in their heartland | Katharine Murphy

Voters in regional areas hunt for alternatives to major parties, as Barnaby Joyce prepares for New England byelectionSenior Liberals have everything crossed that Barnaby Joyce will be heading back to
Despite it all, we have reasons to be cheerful – but what are they? | Letters

Despite it all, we have reasons to be cheerful – but what are they? | Letters

Amid the post-crash gloom, new ONS data shows happiness is on the rise in England. Christopher Slater would like to see some analysis of this incongruityAs a leftwing, longtime Guardian reader, I tend
Tim Farron should stop whingeing about disdain for Christians | Letters

Tim Farron should stop whingeing about disdain for Christians | Letters

Jayne Ozanne says if Christianity is viewed as dangerous, it is because many who have espoused it have caused great harm; Ben Summerskill recalls that Farron voted against sexual orientation
Don’t encourage these ridiculous ageist and sexist stereotypes | Letters

Don’t encourage these ridiculous ageist and sexist stereotypes | Letters

An article in which the writer described her husband’s affair with an older woman would have been laughable if it wasn’t so insulting, according to Sarah ReiszI’m 68 and found the blatant ageism and
Woman found guilty of encouraging suicide in pact with postman

Woman found guilty of encouraging suicide in pact with postman

A woman has been convicted of encouraging a stranger she met online to kill himself. Continue reading...
How they got it right on 54BC and all that | Brief letters

How they got it right on 54BC and all that | Brief letters

Muslim populations | Brexit incompetence | Fortnum & Mason | Trump’s tweets | Thanet invadedForecasts that the Muslim population of the UK and other European countries could increase substantially
'Lock him up!' shout protesters after Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI – video

'Lock him up!' shout protesters after Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI – video

Protesters called for Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn to be locked up after he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI as
Were other Trump aides lobbying for Israel illicitly alongside Michael Flynn?

Were other Trump aides lobbying for Israel illicitly alongside Michael Flynn?

The ex-national security adviser has admitted trying to get Russia to block a critical UN resolution – and an Israeli official stated they sought Trump’s helpThe guilty plea entered on Friday by
Why the UN is investigating extreme poverty … in America, the world's richest nation

Why the UN is investigating extreme poverty … in America, the world's richest nation

At the heart of Philip Alston’s special mission will be one question: can Americans enjoy fundamental human rights if they’re unable to meet basic living standards?The United Nations monitor on
Ireland will have final say on progress of Brexit talks, says EU

Ireland will have final say on progress of Brexit talks, says EU

Donald Tusk says that if Ireland cannot accept UK offer for its border, EU will not allow negotiations to move on to tradeIreland will have the final say on whether the UK has made sufficient progress
'They don't tell you why': threatened with removal after 52 years in the UK

'They don't tell you why': threatened with removal after 52 years in the UK

Anthony Bryan was nearly sent back to Jamaica despite not having been there since he was eight. His status remains precarious – and he’s not the only oneAfter 52 years in the UK, Anthony Bryan was
The V&A's new Chinese outpost: an oasis of calm in a kitsch jumble

The V&A's new Chinese outpost: an oasis of calm in a kitsch jumble

Wedged between a landlocked cruise liner and gothic apartment blocks, the V&A’s first international foothold, built in the cradle of the new China, is more luxury mall than magical museumA fake
Frame by frame: how the Michael Flynn-Russia saga unfolded – in pictures

Frame by frame: how the Michael Flynn-Russia saga unfolded – in pictures

The retired general quickly became one of Donald Trump’s most trusted aides – but his contacts with Russians and his lies to the FBI came back to haunt him Continue reading...
Mount Agung volcano erupting in Bali – in pictures

Mount Agung volcano erupting in Bali – in pictures

Indonesian authorities have raised the alert to the highest level and ordered people within 10km of Mount Agung to leave the area. The volcano, rising about 3,000 metres above Bali’s Karangasem
Nail-packed device found near German Christmas market

Nail-packed device found near German Christmas market

Suspicious package containing unidentified powder led to police evacuating market in Potsdam, near BerlinA Christmas market was evacuated in the German city of Potsdam on Friday after a nail-packed
Keep smiling: Meghan Markle shows she has what it takes to be a royal | John Crace

Keep smiling: Meghan Markle shows she has what it takes to be a royal | John Crace

There were few signs of nerves from Markle on her work experience day in Nottingham with job mentor Prince Harry It wasn’t exactly Hollywood, but Nottingham was determined to give Prince Harry and