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Greens surge as parties make strongest ever showing across Europe

Greens surge as parties make strongest ever showing across Europe

Party could hold balance of power in EU parliament with projected 71 MEPsEU election live results 2019: across EuropeEuropean elections 2019: news and analysis - liveGreen parties have swept to their
Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prize-winning physicist who named quarks, dies at 89

Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prize-winning physicist who named quarks, dies at 89

1969 Nobel laureate helped discover subatomic particlesDeath confirmed by Santa Fe Institute he co-foundedMurray Gell-Mann, the Nobel-winning physicist who brought order to the universe by helping
Brexit: top Tories would bring down any PM who backs no deal

Brexit: top Tories would bring down any PM who backs no deal

Philip Hammond and senior party figures warn that MPs are prepared to take drastic actionBoris Johnson and Dominic Raab have been warned that Tory MPs would be prepared to bring down any prime
Woman found alive in Hawaii forest says she struggled not to give up

Woman found alive in Hawaii forest says she struggled not to give up

Amanda Eller, who went missing on 8 May during a hike in the Makawao Forest Reserve, said she fell off a cliff during her ordealA woman who was found alive in a forest on Maui on Friday after going
Dave Sharma: is Wentworth's ‘modern Liberal’ a hawk on Iran?

Dave Sharma: is Wentworth's ‘modern Liberal’ a hawk on Iran?

Sharma has a CV that makes him a likely future minister, perhaps even a prime minister, down the trackDave Sharma, the newly elected member for Wentworth in Sydney’s east, will be one of the faces to
Impeachment: Democrats can 'sing and dance like Beyoncé', House leader says

Impeachment: Democrats can 'sing and dance like Beyoncé', House leader says

Caucus chair Jeffries wants legislative focus but Rashida Tlaib calls for move against Trump amid fight over oversight roleOpinion: Trump’s wrecking ball assaults American governmentDemocrats
Len McCluskey accuses Tom Watson of anti-Corbyn plot

Len McCluskey accuses Tom Watson of anti-Corbyn plot

Rift opens after deputy leader criticises Labour’s ‘mealy-mouthed’ stance on public voteToday’s politics news - live updatesThe Unite boss, Len McCluskey, has accused Labour’s deputy leader, Tom
Why London’s not such a capital place to live | Letter

Why London’s not such a capital place to live | Letter

Figures that appear to show Londoners are significantly better off than people in other parts of Britain don’t tell the whole story, says Maggie KemmnerThe article (Big regional gaps revealed in
Bolsonaro supporters take to Brazil’s streets as approval ratings drop

Bolsonaro supporters take to Brazil’s streets as approval ratings drop

Rallies were reported in more than 300 towns and cities, including Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Juiz de ForaHardcore devotees of Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, have taken to the
Robocrop: world's first raspberry-picking robot set to work

Robocrop: world's first raspberry-picking robot set to work

Autonomous machine expected to pick more than 25,000 raspberries a day, outpacing human workersQuivering and hesitant, like a spoon-wielding toddler trying to eat soup without spilling it, the world’s
Novelist Pat Barker hits out at 'fashionable' diversity schemes

Novelist Pat Barker hits out at 'fashionable' diversity schemes

Prize-winning author says she distrusts post-Brexit interest in regional and working-class voicesThe Man Booker prize-winning author Pat Barker says she “distrusts” London publishing’s recent burst in
Stan Lee: ex-business manager arrested on charges of elder abuse

Stan Lee: ex-business manager arrested on charges of elder abuse

Keya Morgan sought to capitalize on the late comic book author’s wealth and exert influence over him, say authoritiesA former business manager of the late comic books author Stan Lee was arrested on
'A show, not a sport': Russian face-slapping champion becomes YouTube star

'A show, not a sport': Russian face-slapping champion becomes YouTube star

Siberian farmer Vasily Kamotsky fells opponents with a single blow – attracting hilarity and outrage Vasily Kamotsky does not so much slap his opponents as cudgel them with his massive palm. He was
Trump and Kim Jong-un 'agree' Biden has a 'low IQ', White House says

Trump and Kim Jong-un 'agree' Biden has a 'low IQ', White House says

Sarah Sanders told Meet the Press the president’s point of view was not guided by the North Korean leaderDonald Trump and Kim Jong-un “agree in their assessment” that former vice-president and 2020
Calls for Canadian zoo to be shut down after deer die in stampede

Calls for Canadian zoo to be shut down after deer die in stampede

Marineland in Ontario partly closes after a walrus and two deer die in recent weeksA controversial theme park in Canada is facing renewed criticism following the deaths of three animals in recent
Trump becomes first US president to watch sumo wrestlers battle it out in Japan - video

Trump becomes first US president to watch sumo wrestlers battle it out in Japan - video

Donald Trump presented a trophy to the winner of a sumo tournament, turning to personal diplomacy for the second day of a Japan visit shadowed by tough trade talk. But it was all smiles as the two
'I can reunite our great country,' says Tory candidate Andrea Leadsom – video

'I can reunite our great country,' says Tory candidate Andrea Leadsom – video

Andrea Leadsom has confirmed she’ll be taking part in the Conservative leadership race and – like Raab, Johnson and McVey – is prepared to leave the EU without a deal. 'In order to succeed in a
Buttigieg slams Trump for considering war crime pardons

Buttigieg slams Trump for considering war crime pardons

Veteran and 2020 candidate said Trump’s willingness to pardon soldiers ‘undermines the very foundations ... of this country’Donald Trump’s willingness to consider pardons for US soldiers accused or
UK show revives lost work of photographer who fled Nazis

UK show revives lost work of photographer who fled Nazis

Gerty Simon photographed Albert Einstein and Nye Bevan, but was forgotten after warLost photographs from Weimar-era Berlin and 1930s London are to go on display, telling the remarkable story of a
Top UK scientist urges people to take vitamin D supplements

Top UK scientist urges people to take vitamin D supplements

Geneticist Steve Jones, formerly a sceptic, says case for doing so is overwhelmingOne of Britain’s leading scientists has urged people to take vitamin D supplements, particularly children, who spend