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Trump will personally save up to $15m under tax bill, analysis finds

Trump will personally save up to $15m under tax bill, analysis finds

Jared Kushner will save up to $12m, while five other members of Trump’s inner circle will also see benefits worth millions of dollarsView an experimental story on this topic designed for mobile, and
Australian man stabbed to death in Sweden

Australian man stabbed to death in Sweden

Man, believed to be in his 30s, dies in hospital after being found with stab wounds on Gothenburg street An Australian man has been stabbed to death in the Swedish city of Gothenburg.Swedish police on
India unveils anti-smog cannon in fight against Delhi pollution

India unveils anti-smog cannon in fight against Delhi pollution

The cannon blasts water droplets at high speed to flush out air pollutants, but environmentalists say it doesn’t tackle the root cause of the problemIndia has unveiled a new weapon against air
Leicester car park where Richard III was buried given protected status

Leicester car park where Richard III was buried given protected status

Heritage minister says protecting site as a scheduled monument will ensure its preservation for future generationsThe scruffy council car park in Leicester that was revealed in 2012 to an astonished
UK lottery winner granted interim order to stop book about affair

UK lottery winner granted interim order to stop book about affair

Gareth Bull, who won £41m on Euromillions, seeking to prevent Donna Desporte exposing details of relationship A man who won £41m on the lottery with his wife has been granted an interim order stopping
Weak energy target threatens 27GW of renewable projects

Weak energy target threatens 27GW of renewable projects

The 2020 renewables target is already set to be exceeded by projects now under constructionWeak targets suggested for the proposed national energy guarantee will threaten a massive 27 gigawatts of
Theresa May will 'raise concerns' with Polish PM over judicial reforms

Theresa May will 'raise concerns' with Polish PM over judicial reforms

Delicate diplomatic challenge faces May as she heads to Warsaw while Brussels considers stripping Poland of voting rights over ‘serious breach’ of EU valuesTheresa May is prepared to challenge her
Trump on UN Jerusalem vote: 'we're watching your votes' – video

Trump on UN Jerusalem vote: 'we're watching your votes' – video

Donald Trump threatens to cut financial aid to countries who vote against the US backed United Nations resolution, which would recognise Jerusalem as the capital of IsraelDonald Trump threatens to cut
Six men found hanged from bridges near Mexico tourist spot Los Cabos

Six men found hanged from bridges near Mexico tourist spot Los Cabos

Authorities did not give details on what happened to the men, but drug gangs often hang the bodies of their murdered victims in public to intimidate rivalsThe bodies of six men have been left hanging
Police charging deadline extended over suspected UK terrorist plot

Police charging deadline extended over suspected UK terrorist plot

Officers given until Christmas Day to decide whether to charge four men arrested in raids in northern England Police officers have been given until Christmas Day to decide whether to charge four men
Woman gives birth to baby that grew from embryo frozen 24 years ago

Woman gives birth to baby that grew from embryo frozen 24 years ago

Baby Emma Gibson came from an embryo that was originally frozen on 14 October 1992, in what could be a record length between donation and deliveryA 26-year-old American woman has given birth to a baby
Morning mail: Trump threatens aid cuts over UN Jerusalem vote

Morning mail: Trump threatens aid cuts over UN Jerusalem vote

Thursday: Countries supporting a UN vote critical of the USA’s recognition of Jerusalem face cuts in aid. Plus: David Marr’s final episode of The ReckoningGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy
Trump asks Ben Carson to say prayer before cabinet meeting – video

Trump asks Ben Carson to say prayer before cabinet meeting – video

Donald Trump asks Ben Carson, secretary of housing and urban development, to say a prayer ahead of his cabinet meeting, telling reporters to stay and listen adding, 'You need the prayer more than I
Justin Trudeau broke conflict of interest rules with stay at Aga Khan's island

Justin Trudeau broke conflict of interest rules with stay at Aga Khan's island

Ethics watchdog finds vacation on private islands contravened rule on giftsHospitality accepted during ongoing dealings with the Aga KhanThe Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, contravened some
Building regulations experts who weren’t heard before the Grenfell Tower fire | Letters

Building regulations experts who weren’t heard before the Grenfell Tower fire | Letters

Peter Kent on the illogical introduction of competition into building control, and Green party peer Jenny Jones on the failure to learn lessons from Lakanal HouseThe report by Judith Hackitt (Building
Police made 'appalling' errors in using internet data to target suspects

Police made 'appalling' errors in using internet data to target suspects

Serious errors in obtaining search warrants led to innocent people being targeted in sexual offences investigations, report saysPolice have made serious errors getting search warrants for suspected
Trump threatens to cut aid to countries over UN Jerusalem vote

Trump threatens to cut aid to countries over UN Jerusalem vote

General assembly to vote on rejecting US recognition of city as Israeli capitalTrump: ‘We’re not going to be taken advantage of any longer’Donald Trump has threatened to withhold “billions” of dollars
Alaska’s Arctic national wildlife refuge now has a $1bn price tag on it | Kim Heacox

Alaska’s Arctic national wildlife refuge now has a $1bn price tag on it | Kim Heacox

Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski believes this refuge could generate vast sums of money once it’s opened to oil leasing. That would be a tragedy Years ago, camping in Alaska’s Arctic national wildlife
Scotland bans use of wild animals in travelling circuses

Scotland bans use of wild animals in travelling circuses

Animal welfare groups welcome decision of Scottish parliament and call on Westminster to follow suit Scotland has become the first country in the UK to ban the use of wild animals in travelling
Eurostar set for busiest December on record

Eurostar set for busiest December on record

Visitors from mainland Europe expected to take advantage of favourable exchange rate and do Christmas shopping in London Eurostar is expecting its busiest December on record as visitors from mainland