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'You reap what you sow': why furious rural voters are pulling the plug on the Nationals

'You reap what you sow': why furious rural voters are pulling the plug on the Nationals

While the drought has exacerbated water woes, there is wider discontent about health, education and transportIn dissecting the New South Wales election, the recently retired Liberal minister Pru
Watson: if Labour backs another referendum it can beat Tories in elections

Watson: if Labour backs another referendum it can beat Tories in elections

Deputy leader’s comments come as polls show voters trust neither Corbyn nor May on BrexitLabour’s deputy leader Tom Watson has called on his party to “embrace” European elections in May, as well as
Mark Zuckerberg calls for stronger regulation of internet

Mark Zuckerberg calls for stronger regulation of internet

Facebook founder speaks out amid fears over election advertising and rise of far right The Facebook boss, Mark Zuckerberg, has set out how he believes the social network and the internet should be
Alaska judge blocks Trump on Arctic and Atlantic drilling

Alaska judge blocks Trump on Arctic and Atlantic drilling

April 2017 executive order reversed Obama protectionsGreen groups celebrate, justice department declines commentDonald Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed bans on offshore drilling in vast
Furious Tory MPs tell May: we’ll block snap Brexit election

Furious Tory MPs tell May: we’ll block snap Brexit election

Cabinet ministers join warning on poll as Amber Rudd leads bid to halt shift to the rightConservative MPs from across the party are threatening to vote down any attempt by Theresa May to lead them
Measles rate rises amid global outbreak but Australia's immunity remains high

Measles rate rises amid global outbreak but Australia's immunity remains high

2019 on track to have 300 infections, the second-highest year for reports since 1997A recent spate of measles infections is on track to make 2019 Australia’s second-highest year for measles reports
Hundreds gather for anti-Brexit protests along Irish border

Hundreds gather for anti-Brexit protests along Irish border

Citizens and Sinn Féin leaders gather at crossing points where the North and Republic meetHundreds of people took part in a number of demonstrations on the Irish border on Saturday in opposition to
'This is our moment': Beto O'Rourke attacks Trump and calls for unity

'This is our moment': Beto O'Rourke attacks Trump and calls for unity

Launching his White House run in El Paso, the Democrat cited the presence blocks away of migrants held behind barbed wireBeto O’Rourke, the former punk rocker from a border town in Texas, formally
Christian right summit in Verona draws massive protest

Christian right summit in Verona draws massive protest

20,000 rally in Italy against anti-gay, anti-abortion and anti-feminist conference An estimated 20,000 people have protested in Verona against a conference which has brought a global network of
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove under fire on Vote Leave’s law-breaking

Boris Johnson and Michael Gove under fire on Vote Leave’s law-breaking

Conservative grandees asked to account for their role in the Brexit campaign, after group drops its appeal against fineConservative leadership candidates Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are facing
Trump intervenes in case of Navy Seal charged in stabbing of Isis prisoner

Trump intervenes in case of Navy Seal charged in stabbing of Isis prisoner

Edward Gallagher also accused of shooting unarmed civiliansPresident cites Fox & Friends, says prisoner will be movedDonald Trump cited the Fox & Friends TV show on Saturday as he announced
Man murdered near London Central mosque is named by police

Man murdered near London Central mosque is named by police

Zahir Visiter was found on an estate in nearby St John’s Wood after being stabbedPolice have identified the 25-year-old victim of a fatal stabbing in central London, after armed police sealed off a
Palestinians rally at Gaza border to mark protest anniversary – video

Palestinians rally at Gaza border to mark protest anniversary – video

Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian man and a teenage boy and shot 10 others at the Gaza frontier, where thousands of Palestinians rallied to mark the first anniversary of a surge of protests,
Brexit: Corbyn accuses government of ‘bullying’ MPs

Brexit: Corbyn accuses government of ‘bullying’ MPs

Labour leader would not be drawn on tactics in second round of indicative votesThe Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has accused the government of running down the clock and “bullying and threatening” MPs
Ocasio-Cortez says Green New Deal critics are making 'fools of themselves'

Ocasio-Cortez says Green New Deal critics are making 'fools of themselves'

Congresswoman hit back at Republicans who claim her resolution would cause ‘genocide’ and the end of hamburgersAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez has rounded on her Republican opponents, accusing them of making
Papal visit to Morocco interrupted by man running at king’s car

Papal visit to Morocco interrupted by man running at king’s car

Man quickly overpowered by king’s security guardsA man ran towards a car carrying the Moroccan king shortly after the arrival of Pope Francis in the north African nation on Saturday, but he was
US will cut off aid to Central American countries over asylum seekers

US will cut off aid to Central American countries over asylum seekers

State will cut aid to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala Administration seeks to step up removals at southern borderThe US is cutting off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, the state
Mind games: what magic reveals about how our brains work

Mind games: what magic reveals about how our brains work

The art of magic offers a fascinating insight into the psychology of reality and perceptionThe magician picks up a coin, conceals it in his hand and, after a magical gesture, it mysteriously
Ukraine's candidates push limits of 'quiet day' before polls open

Ukraine's candidates push limits of 'quiet day' before polls open

Country bans campaigning on day before an election, but candidates find ways around rulePresidential candidates in Ukraine are banned from campaigning the day before Sunday’s highly contested vote.