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If TfL couldn't make Crossrail run on time, what hope for the HS2 project? | Phillip Inman

If TfL couldn't make Crossrail run on time, what hope for the HS2 project? | Phillip Inman

Transport for London’s reputation has been badly damaged by the project’s delays and budget overrunsTransport for London is in a fix. On the one hand it is the most lavishly funded transport
The Guardian view on Britain and the EU elections: get together to stay together | Editorial

The Guardian view on Britain and the EU elections: get together to stay together | Editorial

There is a public majority against Brexit. The political parties must cooperate to ensure that its voice is heard in any electionsIf they take place, European elections in Britain would ideally serve
Roger Waters is too simplistic on Israel | Letters

Roger Waters is too simplistic on Israel | Letters

Readers share their views on the musician’s call for other artists to stay away from Israel over its human rights recordRoger Waters’ mother imploring her son to “decide for yourself” and execute the
Social media platforms 'failed to counter Notre Dame fire misinformation'

Social media platforms 'failed to counter Notre Dame fire misinformation'

Algorithms did not prevent spread of conspiracy theories about fire, say criticsThe Notre Dame Cathedral fire presented social media companies with one of the first major tests of their nascent
Slovenian MEP plays EU anthem on harmonica in parliament –  video

Slovenian MEP plays EU anthem on harmonica in parliament – video

The Slovenian MEP Alojz Peterle played the EU anthem, based on Beethoven's Ode to Joy, on his harmonica in the European parliament on Thursday, eliciting applause and cheers from colleagues. 'It is
Crusader armies were remarkably genetically diverse,  study finds

Crusader armies were remarkably genetically diverse, study finds

DNA research adds to evidence soldiers heading east struck up relationships with localsCrusader armies were made up of people from remarkably genetically diverse backgrounds, hailing not just from
'I'm having a good day': Trump reacts after release of Mueller report – video

'I'm having a good day': Trump reacts after release of Mueller report – video

The US president said on Thursday he was having a 'good day' after the release of the special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the now-closed Russia investigation. The US attorney general, William
William Barr: bottom line is that Mueller found no collusion – video

William Barr: bottom line is that Mueller found no collusion – video

The US attorney general, William Barr, has said the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not find Donald Trump or members of his campaign worked with Russia during the 2016 presidential
Murder investigation launched after man shot in Birmingham

Murder investigation launched after man shot in Birmingham

Victim, 28, has died as a result of the shooting in Erdington at around middayA murder probe has been launched after a man was shot in a Birmingham street in the middle of the day.West Midlands police
Alan García obituary

Alan García obituary

Former Peruvian president dogged by corruption claims, who was a divisive force in his country’s politicsAlan García, who has taken his own life aged 69, was a dominant, if divisive, figure in
'Concreteberg' weighing 105 tonnes found in London sewer

'Concreteberg' weighing 105 tonnes found in London sewer

Authorities say 100-metre-long mass is the result of concrete being poured down drainPeople pouring concrete into sewers has led to a “concreteberg” forming in central London that weighs 105 tonnes,
Bill Drummond to lead Irish border poll and hand out hot cross buns

Bill Drummond to lead Irish border poll and hand out hot cross buns

The KLF founder will ask citizens if they agree with a clause he proposes adding to the Good Friday agreementHis best-known actions include burning £1m, firing blanks at the 1992 Brit awards and
Mueller report: Democrats round on Barr over 'misleading' Trump exoneration – as it happened

Mueller report: Democrats round on Barr over 'misleading' Trump exoneration – as it happened

Judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler says it was ‘disingenuous and misleading’ of Barr to say Trump is ‘clear of wrongdoing’The key takeaways from the Trump-Russia investigationSupport the
Suspects in murder of ex-Rwandan spy chief 'directly linked to Kigali' – inquest

Suspects in murder of ex-Rwandan spy chief 'directly linked to Kigali' – inquest

Lawyer for Patrick Karegeya’s family says South African police failures point to abuse of process The family of the murdered former Rwandan intelligence chief Patrick Karegeya celebrated on Thursday
Mueller report examines '10 episodes' of potential obstruction by Trump – Barr

Mueller report examines '10 episodes' of potential obstruction by Trump – Barr

Attorney general defends president at press conference ahead of the report’s release, saying ‘there was no collusion’Follow the latest on the Mueller report release – liveSupport the Guardian’s
Tunisia holds UN Libya arms trafficking expert in jail

Tunisia holds UN Libya arms trafficking expert in jail

UN says arrest and detention of Moncef Kartas violates diplomatic immunityA UN-appointed expert on breaches of the Libyan arms embargo has been arrested and kept in a Tunisian jail for nearly a
Share your ideas for a renewed Notre Dame cathedral

Share your ideas for a renewed Notre Dame cathedral

As France announces contest to redesign spire after fire we want to hear from design-minded readersAn international architectural competition to redesign the roofline of Notre Dame Cathedral has been
Indonesian elections: Joko Widodo claims re-election victory

Indonesian elections: Joko Widodo claims re-election victory

President says he has won a second term, defeating challenger Prabowo SubiantoThe Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, has announced he has won re-election after receiving an estimated 54% of the vote,
Malaysia investigates women who discussed their 'dehijabbing'

Malaysia investigates women who discussed their 'dehijabbing'

Move by Islamic authorities condemned as attempt to ‘intimidate women activists’Three women in Malaysia who held an event discussing their decision to stop wearing the hijab are being investigated by
Trump's attacks on Ilhan Omar aim to stoke fears ahead of the 2020 election

Trump's attacks on Ilhan Omar aim to stoke fears ahead of the 2020 election

Trump and Republicans are using Omar to drive a wedge within the Democratic party and ‘foment hatred of Muslim Americans’When Ilhan Omar became one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress in