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Hammond’s budget big five: cuts, pay, housing, roads and students

Hammond’s budget big five: cuts, pay, housing, roads and students

The chancellor has never faced a trickier budget day: does he upset some by loosening the purse strings, or imperil a government with no majority by wielding the axe? Whatever he decides, some topics
US navy pilots grounded after drawing penis in the sky  – video

US navy pilots grounded after drawing penis in the sky – video

Members of an air crew, who used their warplane to in an ‘obscene’ stunt in the sky above the town of Okanogan, Washington, this week have been grounded, the US navy saidPenis in the sky: US navy
Hundreds volunteer for Gaia Pope search in Dorset

Hundreds volunteer for Gaia Pope search in Dorset

Father thanks community for turning out to help find 19-year-old who has been missing for 11 days Hundreds of volunteers have joined the search for the missing teenager Gaia Pope in Dorset.The
AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

Eddie Van Halen and Ozzy Osbourne among many rock icons paying tribute to Young, who developed dementia about 10 years agoThe “driving force” behind rock band AC/DC, Malcolm Young, has died, aged 64.
Dispatch from Alabama: 'Roy Moore plays into the stereotypes the rest of the world has about us'

Dispatch from Alabama: 'Roy Moore plays into the stereotypes the rest of the world has about us'

Many Alabama Republicans remain loyal to the embattled Senate candidate – but others resent the way Moore’s behaviour reinforces the cliches about their stateTwo young boys in suits and ties, and two
The Resistance Now: activists plan to protest the Republican tax bill

The Resistance Now: activists plan to protest the Republican tax bill

Indivisible, which has thousands of groups across America, is planning a ‘national day of action’ on the Senate’s first day back in session after recessSign up for our weekly newsletter about the
Protesters in Zimbabwe call for Mugabe to step down – in pictures

Protesters in Zimbabwe call for Mugabe to step down – in pictures

Tens of thousands of people gathered in the centre of Harare to call for the resignation of Robert Mugabe. There were similar scenes in the southern city of Bulawayo as well as abroad Continue
Who wins and loses in Trump's tax plan?

Who wins and loses in Trump's tax plan?

Congress has yet to settle on a final draft of a tax-cut bill but if you’re rich, a corporation or your name is Donald Trump you could be in luckOver the Thanksgiving break Congress will have time to
'We are going to take our Zimbabwe back': protesters call for Mugabe to go - video

'We are going to take our Zimbabwe back': protesters call for Mugabe to go - video

Tens of thousands of people gather in the centre of Harare to call for the resignation of Robert Mugabe as moves to force Zimbabwe’s president to stand down gather pace‘Leave Zimbabwe now’: thousands
Giant airship comes loose in UK

Giant airship comes loose in UK

Woman injured after Airlander 10 airship breaks free from moorings at Bedfordshire airfield and has to be deflated The world’s longest aircraft has come loose in Bedfordshire less than 24 hours after
Don't forget your film-maker: wealthy families' latest holiday hired help

Don't forget your film-maker: wealthy families' latest holiday hired help

Growing prominence of video on social media leading rich to pay for vacation films edited and even shot by professionalsElton John’s stag do, Romeo Beckham’s christening, Poppy Delevingne’s wedding,
America's response to school massacres? A booming classroom security industry

America's response to school massacres? A booming classroom security industry

After a deadly school shooting, the UK banned handguns – in the US 20 years of killings have spawned ‘active shooter’ drills and bulletproof backpacksWhen 16 primary school children were massacred in
King's Cross fire victims honoured 30 years on

King's Cross fire victims honoured 30 years on

Memorial service takes place at London tube station for families, survivors and emergency services staff from 1987 blaze Silence descended on a corner of one of London’s busiest underground stations
The 20 photographs of the week

The 20 photographs of the week

The coup in Zimbabwe, flooding in Greece, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and Italy’s elimination from the World Cup – the week’s biggest news stories captured by the world’s best photojournalists
Polluting UK coal plants export power to France as cold weather bites

Polluting UK coal plants export power to France as cold weather bites

UK’s last eight coal stations are working to exploit falling temperatures and absence of offline reactors in France to export power across the ChannelPolluting coal power stations in Britain have been
EU and me: writers reminisce on their relationship with Europe

EU and me: writers reminisce on their relationship with Europe

From cappuccinos to constitutional rights, Stieg Larsson to Smetana – writers reflect on what Europe means to themI’m something of a thief, I’m afraid, and among my stolen possessions I have the score
Cory Bernardi attempts positive spin on lost campaign against same-sex marriage

Cory Bernardi attempts positive spin on lost campaign against same-sex marriage

Senator tells delegates at Australian Christian Lobby conference that campaign was an ‘extraordinary success’ despite 61.6% voting in favour of marriage equalityThe campaign against same-sex marriage
Richard Ratcliffe: ‘I have no space for rage. But our government has not been entirely honest'

Richard Ratcliffe: ‘I have no space for rage. But our government has not been entirely honest'

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, jailed in Iran for 18 months, had a chance to be home for Christmas before Boris Johnson’s careless interference. Her husband says he is not angry but is finding it
Trump's Panama tower used for money-laundering by condo owners, reports say

Trump's Panama tower used for money-laundering by condo owners, reports say

Trump Ocean Club drew people accused of corruption and future president benefited from laundered funds, reports sayThe Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower soars over Panama City bay, a
Easter Island candidate puts self-rule on ballot in Chile election

Easter Island candidate puts self-rule on ballot in Chile election

The tiny island in the Pacific has been ruled by Chile since 1888 but Annette Rapu Zamora hopes a seat in parliament will be a step towards revising the relationshipOn the tiny Pacific outpost of