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Labor pledges $60m to help victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives

Labor pledges $60m to help victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives

Bill Shorten says money raised from banking fairness fund will provide tailored support packages for families“Instead of asking ‘why did she stay’, we need to ask ‘where could she go’.”Reframing the
In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too | Vonne Patiag

In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too | Vonne Patiag

The labels we give ourselves can be helpful but restrictive too. Let’s embrace diversity by celebrating fluid identities We were excited young film-makers, sitting in one of our first pitch sessions,
Brexit and bad weather puts UK farmers at risk of suicide, say charities

Brexit and bad weather puts UK farmers at risk of suicide, say charities

Crisis networks report rise in number of farmers distressed by uncertainty over futureCharities have said British farmers are increasingly at risk of suicide owing in part to uncertainty over Brexit
Anti-Muslim poster linking Ilhan Omar to 9/11 sparks outrage in West Virginia

Anti-Muslim poster linking Ilhan Omar to 9/11 sparks outrage in West Virginia

Sign at event sponsored by Republican Party bore an image of the burning World Trade Center juxtaposed with a picture of the Muslim congresswomanAn anti-Muslim poster outside the chamber of the West
Balenciaga's autumn-winter show blends chic with touch of reality

Balenciaga's autumn-winter show blends chic with touch of reality

Trouser suits, practical flap pockets, and models with shopping bags featuredA catwalk show as a love letter to Parisian style is an idea that has been done before, but not like this. Balenciaga’s
Estonia election: opposition party wins but far-right support doubles

Estonia election: opposition party wins but far-right support doubles

Kaja Kallas to become its first female PM after poll in which Eurosceptic EKRE made gainsEstonia is on track for its first female prime minister after the opposition liberal Reform party won the
'I feel like they've still got him': brother's search for Moors victim

'I feel like they've still got him': brother's search for Moors victim

Alan Bennett describes meeting Myra Hindley and his battle over Ian Brady’s locked briefcasesAlan Bennett scribbles a map of Saddleworth Moor on to a scrap piece of paper, drawing prominent landmarks
'Kim knew': top Republican contradicts Trump over Otto Warmbier's death

'Kim knew': top Republican contradicts Trump over Otto Warmbier's death

Kevin McCarthy contradicted Trump who said he believes North Korean leader knew nothing about treatment of US studentA senior Republican has contradicted Donald Trump about whether Kim Jong-un is to
Pakistan denies Indian claims it used US F-16 jets to down warplane

Pakistan denies Indian claims it used US F-16 jets to down warplane

US embassy looks into reports incident violated military sale agreements with IslamabadThe US has said it is trying to find out whether Pakistan used US-built F-16 jets to down an Indian warplane,
Women's cycling race forced to pause after lead rider catches men's race

Women's cycling race forced to pause after lead rider catches men's race

Nicole Hanselmann made up gap on male racers Men’s race had set off 10 minutes before womenA cycling race in Belgium was thrown into disarray when the leader of the women’s race, which set off 10
Nicola Zingaretti elected as leader of Italy's Democratic party

Nicola Zingaretti elected as leader of Italy's Democratic party

The president of Lazio, the favourite to win, captured 67% of the vote in which 1.6m party supporters cast ballotsNicola Zingaretti, the president of Italy’s Lazio region, has become the new leader of
British child raised in Pakistan jail returned to UK without mother

British child raised in Pakistan jail returned to UK without mother

Khadija Shah gave birth to daughter Malaika, now 6, while serving a life sentence for smuggling heroinA six-year-old girl who has spent her entire life inside a Pakistani prison after her British
Screen queens: the funny, fearless women who revolutionised TV

Screen queens: the funny, fearless women who revolutionised TV

Phoebe Waller-Bridge exploded into our living rooms with Fleabag, her vicious comedy about an angry, awkward woman. As it returns, Guardian writers pick their TV heroinesWho gets to be the bitch?
Revealed: Ukip membership surge shifts party to far right

Revealed: Ukip membership surge shifts party to far right

Investigation reveals exodus of party’s moderates and influx of more extreme newcomersA surge in Ukip membership is shifting the party decisively towards the far right, as long-standing moderates are
Civil rights legend George Lakey: ‘This is a bigger opportunity than the 60s’

Civil rights legend George Lakey: ‘This is a bigger opportunity than the 60s’

Lakey was involved in some of the greatest protests of the 20th century. Now, he says, there is a chance to reverse the right’s decades-long power grabIt’s heavy out there. Neo-nazism is on the rise.
Bernie Sanders’ Chicago 2020 speech to focus on fight against racism

Bernie Sanders’ Chicago 2020 speech to focus on fight against racism

The Vermont senator will conclude a two-part launch in the Windy City, harking back to his student days in the civil rights eraWith the Chicago skyline around him, Bernie Sanders will on Sunday
ERG warns May not to 'bounce' parliament over new Brexit deal

ERG warns May not to 'bounce' parliament over new Brexit deal

Tory Eurosceptic group says at least two days will be needed to scrutinise new compromise on Irish backstopTory Brexiters are to demand at least two days to scrutinise any new offer from Brussels on
SpaceX Crew Dragon docks at International Space Station

SpaceX Crew Dragon docks at International Space Station

Capsule is the first US-made, designed-for-crew spacecraft to dock in eight yearsSpaceX‘s new crew capsule has arrived at the International Space Station, completing its second milestone in just over
Does our immune system hold the key to beating Alzheimer’s disease?

Does our immune system hold the key to beating Alzheimer’s disease?

Incurable and increasingly prevalent, Alzheimer’s has long puzzled the research community. Now scientists believe the human body may be the best line of defenceHalf a million people in the UK are
Tom Ballard: search party to be flown in to help find missing British mountaineer

Tom Ballard: search party to be flown in to help find missing British mountaineer

Ballard and his Italian climbing partner Daniele Nardi had been climbing Naga ParbatA search for a British climber missing on the world’s ninth-highest mountain is poised to resume after being