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David Bailey: 'Deneuve said it's great we're divorced – now we can be lovers!'

David Bailey: 'Deneuve said it's great we're divorced – now we can be lovers!'

As he powers into his 80s, the photographer recalls shooting everyone from Kate Moss to Andy Warhol, shares his regrets over voting leave – and reveals how Gordon Brown pulled a fast one on him‘You
Fox News, nepotism and bigotry: Bolsonaro brings his Trump act to DC

Fox News, nepotism and bigotry: Bolsonaro brings his Trump act to DC

First visit to the US had all the drama of a soap opera – intrigue, betrayal, family, controversy – and left Brazilians dividedJair Bolsonaro’s first official visit to the US had all the drama of a
Key to saving lives of newborns lies in half a teaspoon of blood, study claims

Key to saving lives of newborns lies in half a teaspoon of blood, study claims

Research reveals striking changes in babies’ immune development that could form the basis for lifesaving vaccinesA groundbreaking study has claimed that the key to saving the lives of newborns is
The campaign for a 'drug-free world' is costing lives | Louise Arbour and Mohamed ElBaradei

The campaign for a 'drug-free world' is costing lives | Louise Arbour and Mohamed ElBaradei

Global policy on drug control is unrealistic, and has taken a harsh toll on millions of the world’s poorest peopleDrug control efforts across the world are a threat to human dignity and the right to
Disney seals $71bn deal for 21st Century Fox as it prepares to take on Netflix

Disney seals $71bn deal for 21st Century Fox as it prepares to take on Netflix

The acquisition of Rupert Murdoch’s film and TV studio business will boost Disney as it enters the TV streaming marketDisney has closed its $71bn (£54bn) acquisition of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment
Hackney: police shoot man after officer slashed with knife

Hackney: police shoot man after officer slashed with knife

Suspect, 28, taken to hospital after firearms officers attend domestic disturbanceA man has been shot by police responding to reports of a suspect “armed with knives and making threats to kill” in
I lead Poland’s united opposition. We will bring the country back to Europe | Grzegorz Schetyna

I lead Poland’s united opposition. We will bring the country back to Europe | Grzegorz Schetyna

We can defeat the ruling rightwing populist party – then help Emmanuel Macron to reform the EUFrench president Emmanuel Macron’s recent call to reform the European Union is a sign of hope for the
Chinese fishmeal plants leave fishermen in the Gambia all at sea | Hannah Summers

Chinese fishmeal plants leave fishermen in the Gambia all at sea | Hannah Summers

Scientists and campaigners warn that factories in coastal villages are wreaking environmental and economic havocBefore the arrival of fishmeal factories in the Gambia, Musa Duboe would catch red
New rules for job seekers prompt warning about another 'robodebt debacle'

New rules for job seekers prompt warning about another 'robodebt debacle'

Mutual obligation overhaul welcomed but government urged not to rely on ‘automated compliance’The government’s proposed changes to how job seekers are made to look for work while receiving welfare
Kurdish rebels say Kirkuk is set to fall – archive, 20 March 1991

Kurdish rebels say Kirkuk is set to fall – archive, 20 March 1991

20 March 1991: Kurdish forces have almost completed the capture of the northern Iraqi oil town of KirkukKurdish rebels have almost completed the capture of the northern Iraqi oil town of Kirkuk, a
How a love child found her sister – and forged a secret friendship

How a love child found her sister – and forged a secret friendship

Laura was born to a mother who had had an affair with her married boss. Years later, a bond with her half-sister Laurie changed her lifeI’m having an affair with my sister. One of our recent
The Runner: plan to move Athens statue to Skopje angers Greeks

The Runner: plan to move Athens statue to Skopje angers Greeks

Costas Varotsos says proposal to place his Athens artwork in North Macedonia is ‘surreal’ Like most landmarks in any capital, the Runner has its admirers and its detractors. At more than 12 metres
Report calls for reform of 'unhealthy' land ownership in Scotland

Report calls for reform of 'unhealthy' land ownership in Scotland

Commission set up by Scottish government recommends new powers to split monopoliesScottish land ownership rules must be radically reformed to reverse the concentration of the countryside in the hands
China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times – report

China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times – report

Kunxun was cloned from a police sniffer dog in Beijing but cost of process remains an obstacle Scientists in south-west China’s Yunnan province have reportedly cloned what they called the “Sherlock
NSW election: the Labor underdogs fighting for unlikely northern prizes

NSW election: the Labor underdogs fighting for unlikely northern prizes

Veteran Janelle Saffin and rookie Asren Pugh hope to snare two marginal northern rivers seats from Nationals and GreensJanelle Saffin could have been forgiven for eschewing the opportunity to stand
Giant sunfish washes up on Australian beach: 'I thought it was a shipwreck'

Giant sunfish washes up on Australian beach: 'I thought it was a shipwreck'

Rare creature found at the mouth of Murray River in South AustraliaA rare giant sunfish has washed ashore at the mouth of the Murray River in South Australia.Linette Grzelak posted a picture on
'Very offensive': Morrison responds to Turkish president's Gallipoli comments – video

'Very offensive': Morrison responds to Turkish president's Gallipoli comments – video

Ahead of issuing a dressing-down to the Turkish ambassador, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison was highly critical of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s accusation of Islamophobia in the wake of the
Fake news spikes in Indonesia, weeks ahead of elections

Fake news spikes in Indonesia, weeks ahead of elections

Dozens of posts containing disinformation spread, with fears people may not trust results of a legitimate electionThe spread of fake news and disinformation has spiked in Indonesia in recent months,
Mark Zuckerberg, four days on, your silence on Christchurch is deafening | Toby Manhire

Mark Zuckerberg, four days on, your silence on Christchurch is deafening | Toby Manhire

In New Zealand we’re waiting to see if the all-powerful Facebook boss means what he says about ‘moral responsibility’More than four days have passed since the world’s weakest man launched an assault
Hong Kong to build one of world’s largest artificial island projects

Hong Kong to build one of world’s largest artificial island projects

Government says it needs extra land around main island of Lantau for housingHong Kong plans to spend HK$624bn (£60bn) on one of the world’s largest artificial island projects, which the government