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Nigel Farage and Leave Means Leave march set off from Sunderland - video

Nigel Farage and Leave Means Leave march set off from Sunderland - video

Farage and around 100 followers set off on the first leg of their 200-mile journey to London on Saturday. The 14-day march, organised by the Leave Means Leave campaign, is due to arrive in the capital
After two deadly disasters in five months, can Boeing survive?

After two deadly disasters in five months, can Boeing survive?

The global grounding of its bestselling model after 346 deaths has created a genuine crisis for the company and its clientsWithin three minutes of takeoff, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 had
Thousands of Britons using extreme far-right online forums

Thousands of Britons using extreme far-right online forums

Analysis finds huge numbers of Britons using forums that spread extremist ideology Thousands of Britons are regularly using online forums that espouse rightwing extremism, as experts say the UK is
New Zealand pays tribute to victims of Christchurch mosque massacre - video

New Zealand pays tribute to victims of Christchurch mosque massacre - video

Mosques in New Zealand have been inundated with floral tributes and messages of support after a massacre in Christchurch in which 49 people were killed, the worst mass shooting in the nation’s
Nicci Gerrard: ‘Dementia is more scary when you try not to think about it’

Nicci Gerrard: ‘Dementia is more scary when you try not to think about it’

The Observer journalist on her father’s dementia, caring for campaigners, and facing her fears in her new book • Read an extract from What Dementia Teaches Us About LoveNicci Gerrard is a journalist
McDonnell: MPs will 'move heaven and earth' to prevent no-deal Brexit

McDonnell: MPs will 'move heaven and earth' to prevent no-deal Brexit

Shadow chancellor indicates Labour will back a referendum on any deal that is agreed by parliamentPoliticians will move heaven and earth to prevent the country leaving the EU with no deal, John
The lonely, criminal life of ‘Basil’, the Best Alarm Specialist in London

The lonely, criminal life of ‘Basil’, the Best Alarm Specialist in London

Michael Seed, the electronics expert and Hatton Garden raid mastermind, was jailed for 10 years last week. But this was no ordinary life of crimeHe was “the ghost”, “the one that got away” and the
Beto 2020: a masterclass in male entitlement | Arwa Madhawi

Beto 2020: a masterclass in male entitlement | Arwa Madhawi

The Democratic presidential hopeful said: ‘Man, I’m just born to be in it.’ He is, after all, a rich kid from a well-connected familySign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter​ on feminism and
Catalan independence march passes through Madrid peacefully

Catalan independence march passes through Madrid peacefully

Supporters renew calls for secession and protest at the trial of 12 separatist leaders Tens of thousands of Catalan independence supporters have marched through central Madrid in protest at the trial
Christchurch: how quiet city became target for terror

Christchurch: how quiet city became target for terror

Known as the garden city, Christchurch was a soft target for an attack, security experts sayTwenty-four hours after a gunman rampaged through two mosques in the South Island city of Christchurch,
Trump is cornered, with violence on his mind. We must be on red alert | Robert Reich

Trump is cornered, with violence on his mind. We must be on red alert | Robert Reich

As investigators close in, the president invokes the support of the military, police and vigilantes. This is a perilous momentWhat does a megalomaniacal president of the United States do when he’s
Trump supporters find new appreciation for safe spaces

Trump supporters find new appreciation for safe spaces

New app helps people who feel they are the victims of anti-Maga sentiment to find restaurants they feel comfortable inLast week, a man named Dion Cini was refused service at a bar in New York City. He
Far-right Australian senator Fraser Anning attacks boy after being egged by him - video

Far-right Australian senator Fraser Anning attacks boy after being egged by him - video

Queensland senator, who blamed the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigration, punches a 17-year-old boy after he was egged at an event in Melbourne. The teenager was then tackled to the ground
Christchurch shooting: what we know so far

Christchurch shooting: what we know so far

One man charged with murder after 50 killed at two mosques in the city of Christchurch Fifty people are confirmed dead after Friday’s shootings at two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand’s South
UK weather: wintry conditions forecast for much of country

UK weather: wintry conditions forecast for much of country

Met Office issues yellow snow warning for Scotland, Northern Ireland and north-east EnglandA blast of wintry weather will affect most parts of the UK this weekend with snow already causing problems
Australian senator Fraser Anning punches teen after being egged

Australian senator Fraser Anning punches teen after being egged

Marginal far-right senator had sought attention by blaming the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigrationAn Australian senator who blamed the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigration has
Good enough to eat? The toxic truth about modern food

Good enough to eat? The toxic truth about modern food

We are now producing and consuming more food than ever, and yet our modern diet is killing us. How can we solve this bittersweet dilemma? Pick a bunch of green grapes, wash it, and put one in your
Christchurch shooting: gunman intended to continue attack, says PM

Christchurch shooting: gunman intended to continue attack, says PM

Jacinda Ardern poised to ban semi-automatic weapons as she praises police who arrested terror suspectNew Zealand will ban semi-automatic weapons after the worst mass killing in the nation’s history
PM Ardern holds press conference, vows gun laws will change – video

PM Ardern holds press conference, vows gun laws will change – video

The New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, updates reporters on details on the victims and suspects in the Christchurch shooting at a press conference early on Saturday 16 March Continue
Conservatives tell MEPs to consider election bid if Brexit deal fails

Conservatives tell MEPs to consider election bid if Brexit deal fails

Party’s leader in European parliament says it must be prepared to field candidates The Conservative party has contacted all its MEPs to ask them to consider running for election in May if the prime