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Brexit: ministers trying to win over DUP in talks on legal guarantees

Brexit: ministers trying to win over DUP in talks on legal guarantees

Discussions likely to cover role of Northern Ireland assembly if Irish backstop were usedThe Democratic Unionist party is to continue intensive talks to try to reach an agreement to allow it to back
Move over, McDonald's: French taco poised for global expansion

Move over, McDonald's: French taco poised for global expansion

Pile-up of meats, fries and cheese sauce has become a fast-food phenomenonAt lunchtime on a street near the Gare du Nord in Paris, queues were forming at a fast-food restaurant. Construction workers
'It's our time to rise up': youth climate strikes held in 100 countries

'It's our time to rise up': youth climate strikes held in 100 countries

School and university students continue Friday protests to call for political action on crisis From Australia to America, children put down their books on Friday to march for change in the first
Fury as Australian senator blames Christchurch attack on Muslim immigration

Fury as Australian senator blames Christchurch attack on Muslim immigration

Politicians rebuke Fraser Anning over comments after New Zealand mosque attackNew Zealand shooting – latest updatesAn Australian senator has been strongly criticised after he blamed the New Zealand
Sonny Bill Williams pays tribute to victims of Christchurch shootings – video

Sonny Bill Williams pays tribute to victims of Christchurch shootings – video

The New Zealand international rugby player has sent his sympathies to those affected by the Christchurch mosque attack, which left at least 49 people dead. Williams played for the local Super Rugby
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann review – a moral failure

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann review – a moral failure

Netflix’s long-awaited documentary on the McCann case offered no new facts, no new insight – it didn’t even have a point of viewRumours of difficulties with Netflix’s documentary about the Madeleine
Hatton Garden ringleader 'Basil' found guilty over £14m heist

Hatton Garden ringleader 'Basil' found guilty over £14m heist

Michael Seed convicted four years after disabling security system at safe deposit facilityThe Hatton Garden ringleader known as “Basil” has been found guilty four years after carrying out the £14m
US briefing: New Zealand mosque shooting, climate strike, Brexit delay

US briefing: New Zealand mosque shooting, climate strike, Brexit delay

Friday’s top story: 49 people have been killed after a gunman opened fire on Muslims attending prayers in Christchurch. Plus: global student climate protestsSubscribe now to receive the morning
'We hope sense will prevail': Cheltenham festivalgoers ponder no-deal Brexit

'We hope sense will prevail': Cheltenham festivalgoers ponder no-deal Brexit

UK’s exit from EU is main topic of conversation among trainers and attendees at horse-racing eventIn the end, it wasn’t a bad journey for John McConnell and Hannon. Trainer and horse survived the
49 shot dead in attack on two Christchurch mosques

49 shot dead in attack on two Christchurch mosques

New Zealand PM says attack was terrorismMan in 20s charged with murderPolice find explosives attached to carsNew Zealand attack – latest updatesForty-nine people have been shot dead and 48 injured in
Preet Bharara: ‘I didn’t call Trump back and it’s one of the best decisions I ever made'

Preet Bharara: ‘I didn’t call Trump back and it’s one of the best decisions I ever made'

Fired by the president, the former US attorney has written his first book. He talks about if and when Trump will face justice – and why he fears for his own safetyPreet Bharara is used to dealing with
New Zealand in shock after mosque attacks – in pictures

New Zealand in shock after mosque attacks – in pictures

As police secure the sites of shootings in Christchurch, residents leave tributes to victims, including the 49 killedNew Zealand shooting – latest updates Continue reading...
Far-right ideology detailed in Christchurch shooting 'manifesto'

Far-right ideology detailed in Christchurch shooting 'manifesto'

Document consists of rant about white genocide and desire to create atmosphere of fear for MuslimsChristchurch shooting: latest updatesA man identifying himself as a suspect in the Christchurch mosque
UK charity knew of alleged abuse in Congo parks but did not act

UK charity knew of alleged abuse in Congo parks but did not act

Wildlife trust that funded ‘eco-guards’ at the centre of rights abuse claims comes under scrutiny over failure to alert charities’ watchdogA British charity set up to fund conservation parks in the
Red Nose Day will raise millions, but ‘white saviours’ don’t help Africa | Amanda Khozi Mukwashi

Red Nose Day will raise millions, but ‘white saviours’ don’t help Africa | Amanda Khozi Mukwashi

As a leader in the aid sector I accept it has perpetuated problematic myths. Celebrity hugs won’t solve global inequalityTonight will see Comic Relief raise millions, which will go towards poverty
Jacinda Ardern says Christchurch mosque shootings were terrorist attack – video

Jacinda Ardern says Christchurch mosque shootings were terrorist attack – video

New Zealand's prime minister has issued 'the strongest possible condemnation of the ideology of the people who did this' after mass shootings at two mosques. The country's terrorism threat level has
Glastonbury 2019: Killers and the Cure announced as final headliners

Glastonbury 2019: Killers and the Cure announced as final headliners

US rockers and goth indie heroes take main-stage honours alongside Stormzy, while Janet Jackson confirms first UK show in yearsThe Killers and the Cure have been announced as the final headliners of
Former Liberal adviser appointed head of Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Former Liberal adviser appointed head of Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Josh Thomas, who worked with three Liberal environment ministers, will get an annual salary of $353,180A former policy adviser to multiple Liberal party environment ministers has been appointed the
Harvie and the Magic Museum review – lacklustre animation

Harvie and the Magic Museum review – lacklustre animation

The derivative, hyperactive tale of a boy who brings a collection of dusty puppets to life is marred by gender stereotypingHere’s a chaotic and very average family animation from the Czech Republic,
'There is no tomorrow for me': Rwanda's teen mothers – in pictures

'There is no tomorrow for me': Rwanda's teen mothers – in pictures

Young unmarried mothers are often forced to live in poverty, unable to find work and shunned by their families and communitiesPhotographs: Carol Allen-Storey/Hope for Rwanda Continue reading...