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'Pure evil': Toronto serial killer given eight life sentences

'Pure evil': Toronto serial killer given eight life sentences

Bruce McArthur, 67, not eligible for parole until he is 91Judge says McArthur has shown ‘no evidence of remorse’Bruce McArthur, the Canadian serial killer who preyed on the Toronto gay community for
Bestival death: workers searched wrong woodland, court told

Bestival death: workers searched wrong woodland, court told

Staff mistakenly assumed Louella Fletcher-Michie was in Ambient Forest, jury hearsFestival workers searching for an actor’s daughter who was dying after taking drugs looked in the wrong area of
After the fire: signs of life amid the ashes – in pictures

After the fire: signs of life amid the ashes – in pictures

The 2018 Menai fire in Sydney ravaged 2,400 hectares of bushland. Alan McFetridge has captured landscapes and objects left in its wake in a haunting series of photographs Continue reading...
Finland's 'free cash' experiment fails to boost employment

Finland's 'free cash' experiment fails to boost employment

But scheme giving unemployed £475 a month did leave participants happier and healthierEurope’s first national government-backed experiment in giving citizens free cash failed to encourage its
Forgotten black TV and film history | Letters

Forgotten black TV and film history | Letters

Patrick Carroll on the 1981 ITV miniseries Wolcott and Steve Moore on the 1951 British film Pool of LondonI read Steve Rose’s piece on the British Film Institute’s Forgotten Black TV Drama season
Albert Finney: the most almighty physical screen presence | Peter Bradshaw

Albert Finney: the most almighty physical screen presence | Peter Bradshaw

Finney was the face of the vibrant new wave of working-class postwar British cinema, and maintained a fierce vitality in his distinguished later performances Albert Finney dies aged 82From moon-faced
Ealing Abbey abbot resigns over failure to investigate child abuse allegations

Ealing Abbey abbot resigns over failure to investigate child abuse allegations

Dom Martin Shipperlee faced questioning over handling of sexual abuse claims at schoolThe abbot of Ealing Abbey has resigned over a failure to investigate child sexual abuse allegations at a London
Kellyanne Conway says she was assaulted at a restaurant last year

Kellyanne Conway says she was assaulted at a restaurant last year

Trump adviser said a woman approached her in a Mexican restaurant ‘screaming her head off’ in October 2018Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to Donald Trump, has given an account of an alleged assault
Risk of global recession may be low but we are heading for slowdown

Risk of global recession may be low but we are heading for slowdown

Although there is a cloud over economy, the silver lining is central banks are more dovishAfter the synchronised global economic expansion of 2017 came the asynchronous growth of 2018, when most
Two held after Stafford house fire in which four children died

Two held after Stafford house fire in which four children died

Woman and man arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligenceA 24-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence after a house fire
Man trying to enter France from Italy dies of hypothermia

Man trying to enter France from Italy dies of hypothermia

Death of Derman Tamimou from Togo comes as Matteo Salvini ramps up border rowFrench magistrates have opened an inquiry into “involuntary manslaughter” after a man trying to cross into France from
Acting attorney general falsely claims 'no family separation policy' under Trump - as it happened

Acting attorney general falsely claims 'no family separation policy' under Trump - as it happened

Matthew Whitaker also confirmed the justice department was not tracking children separated from their parents Sign up for the US morning briefing for a fresh perspective 1.16am GMT Another Friday,
Albert Finney, legendary star of Tom Jones and Miller's Crossing, dies aged 82

Albert Finney, legendary star of Tom Jones and Miller's Crossing, dies aged 82

Celebrated actor who rose to fame in the ‘kitchen sink’ era before evolving into one of the screen greats of the postwar period, has diedAlbert Finney: a life in pictures Albert Finney, who forged his
World’s biggest intelligence headquarters opens in Berlin

World’s biggest intelligence headquarters opens in Berlin

New home for Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service took 12 years and €1bn to buildNo mobile phones. No private laptops. No checking personal emails or social media. And at the end of the day, all
Can Elizabeth Warren reclaim her role as Democrats' top foil to Trump?

Can Elizabeth Warren reclaim her role as Democrats' top foil to Trump?

Warren will join a crowded field when she formally launches her campaign – but her entry will differ sharply from the enthusiasm surrounding her Senate bid seven years agoDespite the years that have
Heathrow stockpiling rubber gloves from EU for post-Brexit searches

Heathrow stockpiling rubber gloves from EU for post-Brexit searches

London airport preparing for no deal by putting aside imported security materialsHeathrow is stockpiling rubber gloves to make sure its security guards can continue to search passengers in the event
Stand by for Liberal fightback as Labor steals march in marginals

Stand by for Liberal fightback as Labor steals march in marginals

Party will rally its base and harvest undecided voters by banging the drum on Labor’s tax measuresThis weekend, I think it’s productive to take you into the world of Coalition MPs as they pack their
Computer says yes: how tech is a force for good

Computer says yes: how tech is a force for good

In this week’s digest, police are crowdsourcing investigations and computers are diagnosing eye problemsPity the poor tech billionaires. It’s a solid industry if you want to make obscene profits
Princess's shock entry to election race upends Thai politics | Simon Tisdall

Princess's shock entry to election race upends Thai politics | Simon Tisdall

In what looks like a Thaksin Shinawatra masterstroke, the junta now has a real challengerCall it Thaksin’s revenge. The shock announcement on Friday that a senior royal is running for prime minister
Philip Green faces £3m legal bill as he drops Telegraph action

Philip Green faces £3m legal bill as he drops Telegraph action

Newspaper will now be able to publish allegations of bullying and sexual harassmentSir Philip Green has been landed with a £3m legal bill after the high court formally allowed him to abandon his