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The Taxpayers’ Alliance smeared me, but I continue to fight for the truth

The Taxpayers’ Alliance smeared me, but I continue to fight for the truth

They sacked me for speaking the truth – and there has been a co-ordinated effort to shut me downI have been vindicated. Once again. In July, the Electoral Commission confirmed the truth of my story
Silicon Valley Democrat channels Lincoln for tech-to-Trump-country bill

Silicon Valley Democrat channels Lincoln for tech-to-Trump-country bill

Ro Khanna tells Guardian multi-billion dollar bill to put tech institutions in middle America is inspired by Morrill Act of 1862A Silicon Valley lawmaker has a plan to bring big tech jobs to middle
Shameful neglect of child refugees | Letters

Shameful neglect of child refugees | Letters

For decades, Britain has given a safe haven to persecuted people. Now it refuses to take in the world’s most vulnerableMark Townsend draws attention to the shockingly low numbers of unaccompanied
Hero’s welcome in Poland awaits hitman who killed Mandela’s ally

Hero’s welcome in Poland awaits hitman who killed Mandela’s ally

Janusz Waluś, who shot dead South African communist leader Chris Hani, could soon return homeEwa Waluś was a small child when her father, Janusz, emigrated to join his father and brother in South
Remember when the unions could take on a dictator? These three do... | Kevin McKenna

Remember when the unions could take on a dictator? These three do... | Kevin McKenna

Nae Pasaran tells the tale of a time when a group of Glaswegians defied PinochetOn only one occasion did I feel moved to apply a censor’s red pen through a line of copy by another writer for political
Electric bike share launches in Sydney despite failure of other schemes

Electric bike share launches in Sydney despite failure of other schemes

US company Lime has dropped about 300 bikes around the city and has plans to expand to Sydney and MelbourneA new share bike scheme has launched in Sydney – and wants to expand to Melbourne and
South Korea's nascent feminist movement turns to abortion ban

South Korea's nascent feminist movement turns to abortion ban

Women have continued to access abortion illegally in defiance of 65-year-old lawKim Soo-jin will never forget the disgusting taste of the pulpy green-brown traditional Korean brew she drank in the
Remembrance Day across Australia – in pictures

Remembrance Day across Australia – in pictures

On the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war, Australians gathered around the country to observe one minute’s silence and mark the centenary of the signing of the armistice that ended
Labor promises plebiscite on Australia becoming a republic if it wins government

Labor promises plebiscite on Australia becoming a republic if it wins government

Pledge for national vote comes almost 20 years after failed referendum on making Australia a republic It has already been acknowledged as not being the most important issue facing Australia and the
Death toll from Somali bomb blasts rises above 50

Death toll from Somali bomb blasts rises above 50

More than 100 also injured after Islamic extremists detonate four bombs near busy hotel in MogadishuSomali hospital and police sources say the death toll from a string of bombings near a popular hotel
Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman died from self-inflicted shot, autopsy finds

Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman died from self-inflicted shot, autopsy finds

Ian Long killed 12 people in Borderline Bar and Grill in California, including a police officerAn autopsy has found the gunman who killed 12 people at a Southern California bar died from a
Dozens of cat mummies found in 6,000-year-old tombs in Egypt

Dozens of cat mummies found in 6,000-year-old tombs in Egypt

An ancient unopened tomb and rare mummified scarab beetles were also unearthed at the site south of Cairo Dozens of cat mummies and a rare collection of mummified scarab beetles have been discovered
How the 1918 Armistice was celebrated in Australia – video

How the 1918 Armistice was celebrated in Australia – video

Australian troops expected the war to drag on, so peace was greeted in the trenches with stunned silence, says senior war memorial historian Aaron Pegram. Back home there were scenes of celebration in
Teenagers return to Don Dale detention centre days after riot

Teenagers return to Don Dale detention centre days after riot

Minister says five of the youth detainees identified as ringleaders could be segregated Youth detainees have returned to Darwin’s notorious Don Dale detention centre after a riot less than a week ago
Reason v socialism in Victorian election: Fiona Patten gears up for a fight

Reason v socialism in Victorian election: Fiona Patten gears up for a fight

The leader of the former Sex party fears a challenge from the left could deliver her upper house seat to conservativesOne day in 2017, Fiona Patten took the biggest risk of her political career. Three
Knife crime: how teenagers cope with daily life on the front line

Knife crime: how teenagers cope with daily life on the front line

In the week of the 119th fatal stabbing in London, four young people tell how their lives were transformed by mentoring Taiwo Agboola, 23, Walworth Continue reading...
Florida orders recount as Trump and Scott claim 'elections being stolen'

Florida orders recount as Trump and Scott claim 'elections being stolen'

State will hold unprecedented review of Senate and governor’s race as unofficial results show razor-thin marginsDonald Trump and the Republican governor of Florida both claimed elections in the state
Multiple fatalities in mudslide near Rio de Janeiro

Multiple fatalities in mudslide near Rio de Janeiro

Three-year-old boy among the 10 confirmed victims after city of Niterói hit by landslideTen people were killed and 11 injured in a mudslide near Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, Brazilian authorities have
Justine Greening says Theresa May is ‘handing power to EU’ in Brexit deal

Justine Greening says Theresa May is ‘handing power to EU’ in Brexit deal

Top Tory attacks ‘sovereignty giveaway’ as Brexiters echo remainers’ claimsHow a dismal Brexit deal reunited the Johnsons Theresa May was accused last night by a former cabinet colleague of planning
Trump misses cemetery visit as Macron and Merkel vow unity

Trump misses cemetery visit as Macron and Merkel vow unity

Leaders visit historic site where Germany signed the armistice in 1918 and Hitler forced France to accept defeat in 1940Under grey clouds and persistent drizzle, France’s president, Emmanuel Macron,