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Theresa May rules out Norway-style Brexit compromise with Labour

Theresa May rules out Norway-style Brexit compromise with Labour

En route to the G20, PM rejects plan B and accuses Labour of wanting to leave country with no dealTheresa May has ruled out any plan B involving a Norway-style compromise deal with the Labour party in
Climate change strike: thousands of school students protest across Australia

Climate change strike: thousands of school students protest across Australia

‘Strike 4 Climate Action’ brings thousands of students together in defiance of prime minister’s warningThe best banners from the strike dayThousands of schoolchildren across Australia walked out of
Railway diplomacy: South Korean trains venture north for first time in a decade

Railway diplomacy: South Korean trains venture north for first time in a decade

Engineers onboard will inspect 1,200km of North Korean tracks as part of future plan to modernise regime’s networkSouth Korea has sent trains across the world’s most heavily militarised border into
CNN ends contract with contributor Mark Lamont Hill after speech on Israel

CNN ends contract with contributor Mark Lamont Hill after speech on Israel

Move comes after Anti-Defamation League and other groups condemned Hill for advocating a boycottCNN has parted ways with contributor Marc Lamont Hill after a speech the college professor made on
Cathy McGowan succession process launched by Indi community group

Cathy McGowan succession process launched by Indi community group

McGowan declines to confirm retirement plans but says preselection outcome will help her decide about her futureVoices 4 Indi, the community group that launched Cathy McGowan’s political career, has
Second top Republican says he will vote against Trump judge pick

Second top Republican says he will vote against Trump judge pick

Senator Tim Scott says he will oppose nominee Thomas Farr, criticized for defending laws that discriminated against African AmericansA second Republican senator, Tim Scott of South Carolina, has said
Sadiq Khan under pressure to stop Met police's gun patrols plan

Sadiq Khan under pressure to stop Met police's gun patrols plan

The proposal, in response to violent crime, is supposed to increase public confidence but has been criticisedSadiq Khan, the mayor of London, has come under pressure to order Cressida Dick, the
'Deeply shameful': 258 runners caught cheating in Shenzhen's half marathon

'Deeply shameful': 258 runners caught cheating in Shenzhen's half marathon

Fake race numbers, imposters and those cutting corners to face penalties, including lifetime bans Organisers of the Shenzhen half-marathon have said the 258 participants caught cheating during
Fees-for-no-service is systemic in super industry, royal commission told – live

Fees-for-no-service is systemic in super industry, royal commission told – live

Apra chief comes under more questioning for failure to curb lax lending and misconduct. Follow all the developments and live updates from Melbourne 4.28am GMT Commonwealth Bank 3.46am GMT Is it weird
Berta Cáceres: seven men convicted of murdering Honduran environmentalist

Berta Cáceres: seven men convicted of murdering Honduran environmentalist

Indigenous campaigner Cáceres, 44, was shot dead in 2016Four also guilty of attempted murder of Mexican activist Related: 'Time was running out': Honduran activist's last days marked by threats Seven
Grindr: app's president says marriage is 'between man and woman'

Grindr: app's president says marriage is 'between man and woman'

After backlash within gay dating app company, Scott Chen says he ‘supports gay marriage’ and was voicing his personal feelingsThe president of Grindr wrote on Facebook that he believes “marriage is a
G20 summit: can world leaders find unity – or is it simply showboating?

G20 summit: can world leaders find unity – or is it simply showboating?

Now in its 10th year, a forum intended to secure global governance has become a stage for increasingly populist leaders The leaders from the world’s 20 biggest economies converge on Buenos Aires on
The man on a mission to get New Zealand's Māori out of prison

The man on a mission to get New Zealand's Māori out of prison

Kelvin Davis is from the Ngāpuhi tribe, who make up about half of the nation’s Māori prison population. He is also the corrections minister Kelvin Davis describes himself as a member of “the most
Astronomers measure total starlight emitted over 13.7bn years

Astronomers measure total starlight emitted over 13.7bn years

Stars have radiated 4x1084 photons since the universe begun with formation peaking 11bn years agoAll the light from all the stars that have ever existed. It is a quantity of unimaginable magnitude,
Trump: 'Michael Cohen is weak and trying to get a reduced sentence' – video

Trump: 'Michael Cohen is weak and trying to get a reduced sentence' – video

The US president, Donald Trump, told reporters that Michael Cohen was 'a weak person and not a very smart person' and claimed, without evidence, that his former legal fixer was lying to secure a
Ben Carson stresses 'positive aspect' of migrant caravan, contradicting Trump

Ben Carson stresses 'positive aspect' of migrant caravan, contradicting Trump

‘We’ve created an amazing country,’ says housing secretaryCarson tells state lawmakers: ‘We’re not each other’s enemies’A Trump cabinet member is striking a tone at odds with the president’s calls to
May to raise Khashoggi killing with Saudi ruler at G20

May to raise Khashoggi killing with Saudi ruler at G20

PM says she wants to see ‘those responsible being held to account’ as she juggles fraught diplomacy with shoring up Brexit deal on world stageTheresa May has said en route to the G20 summit that she
'Two years of fear': man admits threats against BBC presenter

'Two years of fear': man admits threats against BBC presenter

Gordon Hawthorn pleads guilty to bombarding Alex Lovell with ‘graphic and frightening’ cardsA man has admitted sending a barrage of threatening messages to a BBC television presenter. Gordon Hawthorn
Alabama mall shooting suspect arrested after police kill wrong man

Alabama mall shooting suspect arrested after police kill wrong man

Erron Brown charged in Thanksgiving incident after police fatally shot Emantic Bradford, initially identified as the shooterThe accused shooter in a Thanksgiving night mall shooting in Alabama, which
Canada hate crimes up 47% as Muslims, Jews and black people targeted

Canada hate crimes up 47% as Muslims, Jews and black people targeted

Figures for 2017 mirror similar rise recorded in US Hate crimes against Muslims double to 349Hate crimes in Canada increased 47% in 2017, primarily targeting Muslims, Jews and black people, according