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Naval ship deployed to Channel to intercept refugee vessels

Naval ship deployed to Channel to intercept refugee vessels

HMS Mersey’s mission follows request for military assistance from the home secretary, Sajid JavidThe Royal Navy patrol vessel HMS Mersey has been deployed to the Channel to help deal with people
Google shifted $23bn to tax haven Bermuda in 2017, filing shows

Google shifted $23bn to tax haven Bermuda in 2017, filing shows

Firm used Dutch shell company in move known as ‘double Irish, Dutch sandwich’ that cuts its foreign tax billGoogle moved €19.9bn ($22.7bn) through a Dutch shell company to Bermuda in 2017, as part of
'L-mageddon' averted as New York calls off shutdown of subway line

'L-mageddon' averted as New York calls off shutdown of subway line

Fifteen-month shutdown of subway tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn canceled after Andrew Cuomo announces new planNearly a quarter million New Yorkers who for years dreaded “L-mageddon”, a planned
'Transparency will be the order of the day': Nancy Pelosi elected House speaker – video

'Transparency will be the order of the day': Nancy Pelosi elected House speaker – video

Democrats reclaimed power in the House of Representatives on Thursday and officially elected Nancy Pelosi as the next speaker. Pelosi, who had previously served as speaker from 2007-2011, became the
Police reinforcements for Northern Ireland in case of no-deal Brexit

Police reinforcements for Northern Ireland in case of no-deal Brexit

Almost 1,000 officers from rest of UK to start training to deal with trouble arising from hard borderAlmost 1,000 police officers from England and Scotland are to begin training for deployment in
Wife of jihadist charged with terrorist crimes in France

Wife of jihadist charged with terrorist crimes in France

Soulef A, married to Peter Cherif, accused of criminal association with terrorists and financing a terrorist enterprise The wife of one of France’s most notorious jihadists, Peter Cherif, has been
Heathrow and Gatwick invest millions in anti-drone technology

Heathrow and Gatwick invest millions in anti-drone technology

London airports purchase equipment in wake of incidents that caused around 1,000 flights to be grounded The UK’s largest airports are set to spend millions of pounds on anti-drone equipment, the
Democrats reclaim power as Nancy Pelosi elected House speaker

Democrats reclaim power as Nancy Pelosi elected House speaker

House tests new power by passing bills to end the government shutdown, but legislation is unlikely to break impasse Bid to discredit Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with college dance video
Former head of failed Air Australia was involved with Bestjet before collapse

Former head of failed Air Australia was involved with Bestjet before collapse

Travel company scrutinised over suspicions of involvement of Michael James, husband of Bestjet founder Rachel JamesThe former chief executive and owner of defunct airline Air Australia was closely
Pope criticizes US bishops for lack of unity over sexual abuse crisis

Pope criticizes US bishops for lack of unity over sexual abuse crisis

In letter to bishops, pontiff says internal bickering must end Scandal has severely damaged credibility of American churchPope Francis has criticised US bishops for failing to show unity in the face
Donald Trump has a point – the world should start solving its own problems | Simon Jenkins

Donald Trump has a point – the world should start solving its own problems | Simon Jenkins

For all his antics on the Mexican border, the US president is right to be withdrawing troops from SyriaFor a Briton to spend time in the US just now is a blessed relief. Whole days pass, and no talk
US warns citizens traveling to China to exercise caution

US warns citizens traveling to China to exercise caution

State department travel advisory cautions ‘arbitrary enforcement of local laws’ following detention of two Canadians in ChinaThe US state department has renewed its warning for US citizens traveling
Irish PM says he has escalated no-deal Brexit preparations

Irish PM says he has escalated no-deal Brexit preparations

Ireland planning as seriously for no deal as for May’s agreement, says Leo VaradkarThe Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has said his country is preparing for a no-deal Brexit as seriously as it is
Terror plotter had 16 meetings with Prevent officers, court hears

Terror plotter had 16 meetings with Prevent officers, court hears

Lewis Ludlow, who pleaded guilty to planning Oxford Street attack, faces sentencingA Muslim convert plotted a terror attack on Oxford Street despite repeated attempts by authorities to deradicalise
Kevin Spacey and Louis CK have been out in the wilderness. Please, let’s keep them there

Kevin Spacey and Louis CK have been out in the wilderness. Please, let’s keep them there

In case anyone has forgotten what makes this twosome so gruesome, up they pop to remind usWhatever happened to the wilderness? People used to stay there for ages. Did it turn out to be a really
Four skiers still missing after Norway avalanche

Four skiers still missing after Norway avalanche

Weather stops rescuers from continuing search for tourists from Sweden and FinlandFour tourists from Sweden and Finland are still missing, a day after they were feared to have been swept away by an
Couple forced to close raffle for their £500,000 North Yorkshire home

Couple forced to close raffle for their £500,000 North Yorkshire home

Thousands of £10 tickets sold before Gambling Commission tells pair it is not legalA retired couple who offered the chance to win their £500,000 four-bedroom home and swimming pool with a £10 raffle
Paul Whelan: ex-US marine held in Moscow charged with spying

Paul Whelan: ex-US marine held in Moscow charged with spying

Whelan faces 20 years if convicted as Russian news outlet claims he had USB drive with classified list of namesThe former US marine detained in Moscow has been charged with spying and faces 20 years
Somalia expels top UN official over 'interference with internal affairs'

Somalia expels top UN official over 'interference with internal affairs'

Nicholas Haysom told to leave after urging inquiry into civilian casualties during protests over former al-Shabaab leader’s arrestSomalia has asked the UN secretary general’s special envoy to leave
Assad will remain in power 'for a while', says Jeremy Hunt

Assad will remain in power 'for a while', says Jeremy Hunt

British foreign secretary says Russian support for Syrian regime means change unlikelyThe British foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has admitted for the first time that Russian support for the Syrian