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Macron and Merkel are trying to safeguard Europe, not dominate it | Simon Tisdall

Macron and Merkel are trying to safeguard Europe, not dominate it | Simon Tisdall

For all its undoubted flaws, a new friendship treaty sees a bigger picture that is lost on Britain’s small-minded leadersIt is tempting to indulge in some typical British lip-curling over the
Private conservation group spends $55m to protect Murray-Darling swamp

Private conservation group spends $55m to protect Murray-Darling swamp

With neighbouring Yanga national park and government-owned Gayini-Nimmie Caira, more than 200,000 hectares are under protectionA record $55m has been spent by the Nature Conservancy to buy two cattle
Police to interview man after digger smashed into new hotel

Police to interview man after digger smashed into new hotel

Reception area of Liverpool hotel was destroyed reportedly because of dispute over wagesA man is to be interviewed by detectives after a digger was used to destroy the reception area of a new
Oscar nominations 2019: Roma and The Favourite deserve acclaim, but no female directors is woeful

Oscar nominations 2019: Roma and The Favourite deserve acclaim, but no female directors is woeful

The Academy consensus has produced two blue-chip frontrunners, but passed over some exceptional films directed by women in the process•Roma and The Favourite vie for glory •Full list of nominations
Dyson to move company HQ to Singapore

Dyson to move company HQ to Singapore

CEO says plan is more about ‘future-proofing’ business than anything to do with BrexitCome on Mr Dyson, future-proof against what? Sir James Dyson, the British billionaire inventor and outspoken
Report reveals Trump's plans for luxe Moscow tower – live

Report reveals Trump's plans for luxe Moscow tower – live

Documents released by BuzzFeed undermine Trump lawyer’s claims that project was just an ideaSign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 1.25am GMT Speaking on a panel about the future of the
Drowned student may have been on rescue mission, inquest told

Drowned student may have been on rescue mission, inquest told

Teenager believed to have been murdered now thought to have died in River Severn after hearing cry for helpA university student who drowned in the River Severn in Worcester is believed to have died
Drunk man tried to hijack Moscow-bound jet, say Russian police

Drunk man tried to hijack Moscow-bound jet, say Russian police

Passenger arrested after he forced pilots to divert plane, sparking terror alertA drunk passenger who attempted to hijack a Moscow-bound plane has been arrested, Russian officials have said. The
DNA study debunks Rudolf Hess impostor theory

DNA study debunks Rudolf Hess impostor theory

Comparison of samples from inmate Spandau #7 and Hess relative finds a match A longstanding conspiracy theory that the Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess was replaced by a doppelganger in prison has been
Donald Trump defends students over confrontation with Native American

Donald Trump defends students over confrontation with Native American

Kentucky high schoolers ‘have become symbols of fake news’Standoff with Omaha elder could ‘bring people together’Donald Trump has defended a group of high school students who were filmed apparently
Davos 2019: Jacinda Ardern calls for environmental 'guardianship', as Bolsonaro alarms activists - live

Davos 2019: Jacinda Ardern calls for environmental 'guardianship', as Bolsonaro alarms activists - live

Rolling coverage of the first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, including appearances from Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro, Mike Pompeo, Sir David Attenborough and New Zealand PM Jacinda ArdernArdern:
Oscars 2019: Roma and The Favourite vie for glory with 10 nominations each

Oscars 2019: Roma and The Favourite vie for glory with 10 nominations each

Alfonso Cuarón’s 70s-set drama and the Olivia Colman period comedy head list of nominees, with A Star Is Born and Vice each on eightFull list of nominations Guardian film Black Sheep nominatedPeter
Record private jet flights into Davos as leaders arrive for climate talk

Record private jet flights into Davos as leaders arrive for climate talk

Experts predict up to 1,500 individual private flights in and out of airfields serving Swiss ski resort for World Economic ForumDavid Attenborough might have urged world leaders at Davos to take
Prince William interviews David Attenborough on his life's work – watch live

Prince William interviews David Attenborough on his life's work – watch live

The broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough spoke to the Duke of Cambridge about the 'creeping disaster' of climate change, capitalism and caring for the natural world at the World Economic
'Golden visa' schemes pose risk to EU security, Brussels to say

'Golden visa' schemes pose risk to EU security, Brussels to say

European commission is expected to sound alarm on their use to attract wealthyBrussels is to warn EU member states that the “golden visa” schemes used by Britain and others to attract the wealthy have
No-deal Brexit would mean hard Irish border, EU confirms

No-deal Brexit would mean hard Irish border, EU confirms

Spokesman says it is ‘pretty obvious’ border controls would be needed in this scenarioThe EU has injected further pressure into the Brexit talks by confirming it will enforce a hard border on the
Senate to vote on pair of bills that could end government shutdown

Senate to vote on pair of bills that could end government shutdown

Republican-backed measure would meet Trump’s wall demand while the second would extend funding for closed agenciesThe Senate will vote on Thursday on a pair of bills that could end the month-long
Worst job in showbiz: why will no one touch the world's glitziest gigs?

Worst job in showbiz: why will no one touch the world's glitziest gigs?

The Oscars have no host, Rihanna turned down the Super Bowl, and the White House dinner will be MC’d by a historian. What’s behind the sudden demise of entertainment’s biggest jobs?The loss of the
UK gives £2.5m to help salvage Yemen ceasefire

UK gives £2.5m to help salvage Yemen ceasefire

Funding comes as UN officials fear cessation of hostilities in Hodeidah might soon collapseThe UN’s increasingly fraught attempt to salvage a ceasefire in the Yemeni port of Hodeidah that could lead
Joni Ernst says she turned down chance to be Donald Trump's vice-president

Joni Ernst says she turned down chance to be Donald Trump's vice-president

Iowa senator makes claim in divorce papersErnst says husband Gail ‘hated any successes I have’The Iowa senator Joni Ernst has stated she turned down the opportunity to be Donald Trump’s vice-president