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Brexit could be delayed until 2021, EU sources reveal

Brexit could be delayed until 2021, EU sources reveal

EU reportedly determined to avoid uncertainty of three-month extension requestsBrexit could be delayed until 2021 under plans being explored by the EU’s most senior officials, at a time of growing
Motorist charged over death of two people in south London car crash

Motorist charged over death of two people in south London car crash

Ben Ord, 41, charged with causing death by dangerous driving after Eltham collisionA motorist has been charged with causing the death of two people after a crash in London on Saturday.Ben Ord, 41, was
Venezuela: Guaidó wants 'all options' open as he meets Pence

Venezuela: Guaidó wants 'all options' open as he meets Pence

Opposition leader to meet US vice-president on Monday as analysts warn of risk of armed conflict Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is set to meet US Vice-President Mike Pence on Monday, after
Bangladesh plane hijacker shot dead after emergency landing

Bangladesh plane hijacker shot dead after emergency landing

Passenger and crew evacuated unharmed after Dubai-bound flight lands in ChittagongBangladeshi commandos stormed a passenger jet in the south-east of the country on Sunday and shot dead an armed man
Okinawa referendum rejects new US military base but Abe likely to press on

Okinawa referendum rejects new US military base but Abe likely to press on

Tokyo sees controversial plan for new base at Henoko as key to US security alliance Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has vowed to push on with the controversial relocation of a US military base in
'Durty Donald' and 'Kim Jong Yum': burgers mark Vietnam peace summit

'Durty Donald' and 'Kim Jong Yum': burgers mark Vietnam peace summit

Hanoi restaurant celebrates meeting of Trump and Kim with special menuAn Irish chef in Hanoi is serving a menu specially tailored to mark this week’s summit between the US president, Donald Trump, and
Ex-GCHQ head quit over reference for paedophile priest, report says

Ex-GCHQ head quit over reference for paedophile priest, report says

Robert Hannigan had given family health as his reason for resigning unexpectedly in 2017A former head of GCHQ resigned from his post after it emerged he gave a character reference to a paedophile
Dolly Parton on sexual politics: ‘I’ve probably hit on some people myself!’

Dolly Parton on sexual politics: ‘I’ve probably hit on some people myself!’

Her film 9 to 5 is a feminist classic. But she won’t label herself one – and she doesn’t see eye to eye with her former co-starsWhen Dolly Parton was 19, instead of the frankly unbelievable 73 she is
Theresa May delays meaningful vote on final Brexit deal

Theresa May delays meaningful vote on final Brexit deal

Prime minister promises to hold vote by 12 March in move that will deepen cabinet splitsMPs may have to wait until 12 March for a meaningful vote on the government’s final Brexit deal, Theresa May has
Shamima Begum says she regrets publicising desire to return to UK

Shamima Begum says she regrets publicising desire to return to UK

19-year-old who left Britain to join Isis in 2015 fears talking to media may have harmed causeOpinion: Javid is pandering to the rightwing press Shamima Begum believes she may have inadvertently
Tom Watson urges Corbyn to get a grip on Labour 'crisis'

Tom Watson urges Corbyn to get a grip on Labour 'crisis'

Deputy calls for leader to personally review dossier of 50 antisemitism complaintsLabour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has challenged Jeremy Corbyn directly to address what he called “a crisis for the
UK must stop investing in fossil fuels in developing countries | Ban Ki-moon

UK must stop investing in fossil fuels in developing countries | Ban Ki-moon

It is time to prove it is serious about phasing out use of fossil fuels worldwideBan Ki-moon tells Britain: stop investing in fossil fuels overseasThe United Kingdom is a critically important actor in
Ban Ki-moon tells Britain: stop investing in fossil fuels overseas

Ban Ki-moon tells Britain: stop investing in fossil fuels overseas

Former UN secretary-general says country must live up to Theresa May’s commitmentStop funding climate change, says Ban Ki-moon Ban Ki-moon has urged Britain to stop funding fossil fuel projects
Afghanistan: UN says record number of civilians killed in 2018

Afghanistan: UN says record number of civilians killed in 2018

Increase in Isis suicide bombings and US-led airstrikes blamed for nearly 4,000 deathsA record number of civilians were killed in Afghanistan last year according to a UN report, which blames an
African Union seeks to kill EU plan to process migrants in Africa

African Union seeks to kill EU plan to process migrants in Africa

Exclusive: Leaked paper shows determination to dissuade coastal states from cooperatingThe African Union is seeking to kill off the EU’s latest blueprint for stemming migration, claiming that it would
Rhiannon Giddens: ‘I see this album as part of a movement to reclaim black female history’

Rhiannon Giddens: ‘I see this album as part of a movement to reclaim black female history’

The Grammy-winning artist’s collaborative project Songs of Our Native Daughters puts poems and narratives about slavery to musicThe song came to the Grammy award-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens a
Oscars 2019: predictions, timetable and all you need to know for the big night

Oscars 2019: predictions, timetable and all you need to know for the big night

The 91st Academy Awards have finally arrived: here’s what you need to know, when you need to know it by and who (we think) will win the key prizes• Full list of nominations for the 2019 OscarsAnd now,
Campaigners furious after pope's 'defensive' speech on child abuse

Campaigners furious after pope's 'defensive' speech on child abuse

Pontiff accused of ‘undoing tiny bit of progress’ achieved at high-profile Vatican summitActivists for survivors of clerical sexual abuse have reacted furiously after Pope Francis failed to promise a
War doctor David Nott: ‘The adrenaline was overpowering’

War doctor David Nott: ‘The adrenaline was overpowering’

As his book detailing his time volunteering in Sarajevo, Gaza, Syria and beyond is published, the NHS surgeon talks about what it takes to work in a war zone • Read an extract from David Nott’s book
Immigration check outcry sees officers removed by councils

Immigration check outcry sees officers removed by councils

Local authorities scrapping embedded Home Office staff amid fears vulnerable people are put off seeking helpLabour councils are removing Home Office immigration officers embedded within local