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Boy, 14, stabbed to death in east London after moped collides with car

Boy, 14, stabbed to death in east London after moped collides with car

Police say teenager was found with stab wounds in Leyton on Tuesday evening A 14-year-old boy has been stabbed to death in an attack detectives believe took place after his moped and a car collided on
Cross-party alliance of MPs tells May: we will stop no-deal Brexit

Cross-party alliance of MPs tells May: we will stop no-deal Brexit

Government suffers defeat during debate on the finance bill in the CommonsTheresa May faces a concerted campaign of parliamentary warfare from a powerful cross-party alliance of MPs determined to use
Joshua Tree national park announces closure after trees destroyed amid shutdown

Joshua Tree national park announces closure after trees destroyed amid shutdown

Maintenance and sanitation problems also reported 18 days after government shutdown furloughed the vast majority of park staffFor 17 days, a host of volunteers and a skeleton staff kept the trash cans
Six key things to know about Trump's border wall speech

Six key things to know about Trump's border wall speech

Fact check: what the US president got wrong in his primetime address on the border wallFollow the latest US politics newsIn a primetime address from the Oval Office on Tuesday night, Donald Trump made
Morning mail: Saudi woman visa hope, jellyfish stings surge, cricketer rape trial

Morning mail: Saudi woman visa hope, jellyfish stings surge, cricketer rape trial

Wednesday: Australia to consider granting a visa to Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun if she’s found to be a refugee. Plus, deadly box jellyfish head south.Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the
Theresa May suffers Commons defeat over no-deal Brexit

Theresa May suffers Commons defeat over no-deal Brexit

MPs back amendment to finance bill to curb government powers in event of no dealTheresa May was handed a humiliating defeat in parliament by Labour and Conservative MPs who organised to demonstrate
Manafort shared polling data on 2016 election with elusive Russian – Mueller

Manafort shared polling data on 2016 election with elusive Russian – Mueller

Manafort attorneys disclosed allegation in court filingKonstantin Kilimnik said to have ties to Russian intelligenceDonald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort shared polling data on the
Brexit: May faces possible defeat as MPs debate no-deal amendment to finance bill - Politics live

Brexit: May faces possible defeat as MPs debate no-deal amendment to finance bill - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the possible vote on the no-deal amendment during the finance bill debatePolice told to intervene after Met accused of
Just when I thought I knew what a tweet was… | Brief letters

Just when I thought I knew what a tweet was… | Brief letters

Tweets | TV licences for the over-75s | Peaky Blinders cap | Sack Marina Hyde | Divorce by text messageHaving only recently learned that a tweet is a social media message, I read that “White House
DRC opposition party says leader 'presumed' winner of election

DRC opposition party says leader 'presumed' winner of election

UDPS calls for transition talks between Félix Tshisekedi and president Joseph KabilaThe largest opposition party in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has claimed its leader is the “presumed” winner
Ex-boxer apologises for hitting police officer during 'gilets jaunes' protest – video

Ex-boxer apologises for hitting police officer during 'gilets jaunes' protest – video

A former French boxing champion who was filmed punching police officers during a gilets jaunes protest has said in a video that he had 'boiled over' after being teargassed alongside his wife on his
Could Annie Lööf become Sweden's first female prime minister?

Could Annie Lööf become Sweden's first female prime minister?

As the Nordic country enters an unprecedented fifth month without a government, the leader of the Centre party is emerging as someone who could break the deadlock Sweden’s inconclusive September
Police investigate after drone sighting at Heathrow airport disrupts flights

Police investigate after drone sighting at Heathrow airport disrupts flights

Armed forces called in as departures grounded for an hour at London hub Police have opened an investigation after Heathrow airport was forced to ground departures because of a drone sighting – less
Nasa spacecraft spots gaseous planet 23 times the size of Earth

Nasa spacecraft spots gaseous planet 23 times the size of Earth

‘Super-Earth’ among trio of planets and six supernovae detected by Tess missionThree new planets and six supernovae outside our solar system have been observed by Nasa’s planet-hunting Tess mission in
Guatemalan president condemned after ejecting UN anti-corruption group

Guatemalan president condemned after ejecting UN anti-corruption group

Critics suspect move is a calculated bid to shield the country’s ruling elite – and himself – from investigation.Guatemala’s President Jimmy Morales is facing international condemnation after
'We need free period products in schools – it's a human right' – video

'We need free period products in schools – it's a human right' – video

A teenager from London, Amika George campaigns against period poverty. One in 10 girls in the UK miss school because they cannot afford pads and tampons, and George describes the ‘horrific’
Canada: 14 arrested at indigenous anti-pipeline protest camp as tensions rise

Canada: 14 arrested at indigenous anti-pipeline protest camp as tensions rise

Indigenous groups are fighting construction of liquified natural gas pipeline which would cross through First Nations territoryCanadian police have arrested 14 demonstrators at an indigenous protest
After centuries of being written about, Indigenous people are staking claim to their own stories

After centuries of being written about, Indigenous people are staking claim to their own stories

After centuries of being written about, Indigenous Australians are reclaiming their own storiesNinety-six-year-old Wes Marne has been telling stories, he says, “since Moses played fullback for
Trump administration downgrades EU's status in US, without informing Brussels

Trump administration downgrades EU's status in US, without informing Brussels

Downgrade of diplomatic role seen as a snub reflecting a general antipathy to the EU in the Trump administrationThe Trump administration has downgraded the diplomatic status of the EU mission in
€114,000 raised for boxer who punched police at gilets jaunes protest

€114,000 raised for boxer who punched police at gilets jaunes protest

French politicians express outrage after public fundraiser for Christophe DettingerA former French boxing champion who was filmed punching police officers during a gilets jaunes protest has received