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UK should rethink Interpol role if Russian gets top job, MPs say

UK should rethink Interpol role if Russian gets top job, MPs say

Appointment of Alexander Prokopchuk ‘would be like putting fox in charge of hen coop’The government is under pressure from across the political spectrum to rethink the UK’s involvement in Interpol if
Museum of London eyes Boris Johnson's water-cannon trucks

Museum of London eyes Boris Johnson's water-cannon trucks

Former mayor’s crowd-control vehicles sold for scrap after £300k loss to taxpayerParts from Boris Johnson’s useless water-cannon trucks could be salvaged from the scrapheap and placed in an
Trump reportedly wanted to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey – live

Trump reportedly wanted to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey – live

President wanted DoJ to take action against election opponent and former FBI director, NYT reports White House counsel Don McGhan talked Trump down Sign up for the Guardian’s new US morning briefing
Clement Attlee took in Jewish child refugee who fled Nazis

Clement Attlee took in Jewish child refugee who fled Nazis

Exclusive: Paul Willer, who lives in Gloucestershire, was sponsored by Labour leaderClement Attlee, the Labour prime minister whose government founded the welfare state, looked after a child refugee
Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist

Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist

Exclusive research shows how populists tripled their vote over the past two decades Continue reading...
Why is populism suddenly all the rage?

Why is populism suddenly all the rage?

In 1998, about 300 Guardian articles mentioned populism. In 2016, 2,000 did. What happened? • Revealed: how populists tripled their vote over 20 yearsPopulism is sexy. Particularly since 2016 – the
Florida Democrats wonder how they can win again after blue wave passes by

Florida Democrats wonder how they can win again after blue wave passes by

After the recounts delivered the same results as election day, Democrats wonder how they can increase future turnoutIt took two weeks, several recounts, a cloud of controversy and the resignation of a
Italy orders seizure of migrant rescue ship over 'HIV-contaminated' clothes

Italy orders seizure of migrant rescue ship over 'HIV-contaminated' clothes

Prosecutors allege garments on Aquarius should have been labelled as ‘toxic waste’Italian authorities have ordered the seizure of the migrant rescue ship Aquarius after claiming that discarded clothes
MPs demand Facebook and Twitter remove 'abhorrent' far-right video

MPs demand Facebook and Twitter remove 'abhorrent' far-right video

Yvette Cooper writes to tech giants about illegal video supporting banned National Action groupMPs have written to Facebook and Twitter demanding they take down an “abhorrent” video supporting and
Libya: child refugees abused in UK-funded detention centres

Libya: child refugees abused in UK-funded detention centres

Children tell of being starved and beaten in camps part-funded by British government Child refugees are facing abuse and malnutrition in a network of 26 Libyan detention centres the British government
Met police caution against public helping officers under attack

Met police caution against public helping officers under attack

London assault prompted federation to question lack of support from passersbyA senior officer has warned the public against helping police deal with violent suspects, following anger about the failure
Rees-Mogg: topple May now or she will lead Tories into election

Rees-Mogg: topple May now or she will lead Tories into election

Brexiter claims very few Tories want Theresa May to lead the party into 2022Jacob Rees-Mogg denied that his attempt to remove Theresa May had ended in humiliation as he called on Conservative MPs to
'He may not rewrite immigration laws': Trump's asylum ban blocked by federal judge

'He may not rewrite immigration laws': Trump's asylum ban blocked by federal judge

Court issues temporary policy ban and says US president may not circumvent Congress A federal judge in California has temporarily blocked the Trump administration from refusing asylum to migrants who
Tuesday US briefing: Trump exaggerated importance of Saudi arms sales

Tuesday US briefing: Trump exaggerated importance of Saudi arms sales

Pentagon to draw down border troops after ‘political stunt’ ... Ivanka Trump used personal email for government business ... Rain forces California fire refugees to flee makeshift campGood morning,
May will finalise Brexit deal in Brussels on Wednesday, says Spain

May will finalise Brexit deal in Brussels on Wednesday, says Spain

Prime minister to discuss future framework with EC president Jean-Claude JunckerTheresa May is to travel to Brussels on Wednesday evening to finalise the Brexit deal in a meeting with the European
Viking city: excavation reveals urban pioneers not violent raiders

Viking city: excavation reveals urban pioneers not violent raiders

Excavations in Ribe, Denmark show that Viking culture was based on sophisticated production and trade. Is their brutal reputation unfair?In an extraordinary moment captured on film this summer, the
New York City subway and bus services have entered 'death spiral', experts say

New York City subway and bus services have entered 'death spiral', experts say

MTA officials warned they may have to drastically cut service or increase fares as deficits are expected to hit nearly $1bn by 2022New York City’s subway and bus service is already in crisis. It could
Jacob Rees-Mogg urges 'patience' over no-confidence vote in May - Politics live

Jacob Rees-Mogg urges 'patience' over no-confidence vote in May - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 10.54am GMT Here are the key quotes from Jacob Rees-Mogg on the Tory leadership. Asked why the necessary 48 letters to force a
Indonesia: dead whale had 1,000 pieces of plastic in stomach

Indonesia: dead whale had 1,000 pieces of plastic in stomach

Sperm whale washed up in Sulawesi had flip-flops, bottles, bags and 115 drinking cups in its stomachA dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its
Yemen: Hodeidah sees 'worst fighting yet' despite UN ceasefire calls

Yemen: Hodeidah sees 'worst fighting yet' despite UN ceasefire calls

Lull in hostilities ends as street fighting breaks out and Saudi-led coalition launches airstrikes on Houthi rebels Vicious fighting described by residents as the worst so far has flared up in Yemen’s