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Former Trudeau aide at centre of scandal denies he pressured ex-minister

Former Trudeau aide at centre of scandal denies he pressured ex-minister

Gerald Butts said he had one short conversation with Jody Wilson-Raybould at the time about helping SNC-Lavalin Group IncA former key aide of Justin Trudeau, who is at the centre of a major political
Venezuela orders German ambassador to leave

Venezuela orders German ambassador to leave

Nicolás Maduro’s administration accuses Daniel Kriener of ‘crass’ and ‘unlawful’ meddling in Venezuelan affairsNicolás Maduro’s embattled government has declared the German ambassador persona non
Shunned, seized and now celebrated: the porn paintings of Betty Tompkins

Shunned, seized and now celebrated: the porn paintings of Betty Tompkins

Inspired by her husband’s porn stash, the artist’s explicit work horrified galleries and customs officials. Now the world can’t get enough. We visit her New York studioWarning: adult contentBetty
Salvini crackdown: bulldozers demolish Italian camp housing 1,500 refugees

Salvini crackdown: bulldozers demolish Italian camp housing 1,500 refugees

San Ferdinando shanty town cleared in first major eviction after launch of hardline immigration measuresMore than 1,500 people are being ousted from the refugee camp at San Ferdinando, in southern
Democrats reject Fox News for 2020 debates over Trump relationship – as it happened

Democrats reject Fox News for 2020 debates over Trump relationship – as it happened

DNC chairman Tom Perez cited New Yorker exposé on depth of administration’s ‘inappropriate’ ties to news networkSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 1.07am GMT That’s all for today,
Javid backs police as they seek £15m fund to tackle knife crime

Javid backs police as they seek £15m fund to tackle knife crime

Home secretary risks clash with PM as he prepares to make the case for more money The home secretary, Sajid Javid, is set for a further clash with the prime minister after backing demands by police
Uzbekistan ex-president's daughter sent to prison

Uzbekistan ex-president's daughter sent to prison

Gulnara Karimova, eldest daughter of Islam Karimov, jailed for violating house arrestGulnara Karimova, the eldest daughter of the late Uzbek president last seen in public several years ago, has been
How we combed leaders’ speeches to gauge populist rise

How we combed leaders’ speeches to gauge populist rise

A look at the methodology Team Populism used to chart surge in populismThe Global Populism Database is the most up-to-date, comprehensive and reliable repository of populist discourse in the world. It
Theresa May’s rhetoric can be as populist as Trump’s

Theresa May’s rhetoric can be as populist as Trump’s

Brexit interventions have made British PM one of western Europe’s most populist oratorsTheresa May has a reputation as a cautious and even robotic speaker. But a study that analysed speeches by world
Revealed: the rise and rise of populist rhetoric

Revealed: the rise and rise of populist rhetoric

Major study analysing speeches of leaders from 40 countries over two decades shows surge in populismA two-decade surge in populist rhetoric that has upended the global political landscape can be
Shamima Begum must be allowed to keep UK citizenship, says father

Shamima Begum must be allowed to keep UK citizenship, says father

Ali Ahmed says teenager who fled to Syria to join Isis should be brought back to face justiceThe father of Shamima Begum, a British-born teenager who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State, has
Antisemitism debate exposes new fault lines in US politics

Antisemitism debate exposes new fault lines in US politics

The fallout from comments by Ilhan Omar spans identity politics, party politics, geopolitics and a generational divideAn Israeli prime minister who has embraced Donald Trump and taken rightwing
Renaming the Cook Islands could be a vital step towards true independence | Nalini Mohabir

Renaming the Cook Islands could be a vital step towards true independence | Nalini Mohabir

It’s a self-governing country with Polynesian heritage and a great seafaring history. So why is it named after British explorer?Fifty-four years after independence, the Cook Islands, is considering a
Search called off for missing Himalayan climbers

Search called off for missing Himalayan climbers

Briton Tom Ballard and Italian Daniele Nardi disappeared on Nanga ParbatA search for the missing British climber Tom Ballard and his Italian climbing partner, Daniele Nardi, who disappeared on the
EU declares migration crisis over as it hits out at 'fake news'

EU declares migration crisis over as it hits out at 'fake news'

European commission combats ‘untruths’ over issue after row with Hungary’s Viktor OrbánThe European commission has declared the migration crisis over, as it sharpened its attack on “fake news” and
Artificial archipelago: Copenhagen plans floating Silicon Valley

Artificial archipelago: Copenhagen plans floating Silicon Valley

Denmark’s capital wants nine new islands to form a sustainable leisure and tech hub – but not everyone is convincedIn the winter fog and drizzle, it is hard to imagine Køge Bugt beach park packed with
Brexit meaningful vote will go ahead, says No 10, despite talks stalling

Brexit meaningful vote will go ahead, says No 10, despite talks stalling

PM’s spokesman says UK still looking for backstop changes after ‘robust’ discussionsDowning Street has insisted the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal will go ahead as promised on Tuesday,
Spain's far-right Vox party suspends member after sex offence arrest

Spain's far-right Vox party suspends member after sex offence arrest

José Antonio Ortiz Cambray arrested on suspicion of sex offences as party deletes references to him on social mediaSpain’s far-right Vox party has suspended one of its senior regional members and
Government defeated in Lords over meaningful vote on future trade deals - Politics live

Government defeated in Lords over meaningful vote on future trade deals - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQsNo sign of progress after ‘robust’ Brexit talks in BrusselsFood fight: doubts grow
Whole Foods cuts workers' hours after introducing minimum wage

Whole Foods cuts workers' hours after introducing minimum wage

An email shared with the Guardian by a Whole Foods employee cites the shift cuts as a ‘direct result of guidance from our regional team’ In response to public pressure and increasing scrutiny over the