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Chelsea win Europa League after Eden Hazard inspires thrashing of Arsenal

Chelsea win Europa League after Eden Hazard inspires thrashing of Arsenal

At the end, even Maurizio Sarri’s superstitions went out of the window. The Italian normally refuses to step on to the playing surface, though he could not contain himself at the final whistle.
South Africa's president unveils leaner government

South Africa's president unveils leaner government

Women fill half of positions in Cyril Ramaphosa’s new cabinet in rejig that critics call ‘evolution, not revolution’ Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a slimmed-down South African government, with women
Moby cancels book tour after Natalie Portman denies that they dated

Moby cancels book tour after Natalie Portman denies that they dated

Musician apologises to Portman and his fans for ‘disrespectful’ behaviour and ‘arrogant’ postsMoby has cancelled all of his upcoming public appearances after he was criticised for claiming to have
Chelsea v Arsenal: Europa League final 2019 – live!

Chelsea v Arsenal: Europa League final 2019 – live!

Europa League final updates from the 8pm BST game in BakuThe fans making 4,970-mile round trip to see a London derbyAnd feel free to email scott.murray@theguardian.com 7.29pm BST Maurizio Sarri speaks
Albanese to reveal frontbench while fighting to contain factional heavyweights

Albanese to reveal frontbench while fighting to contain factional heavyweights

Labor leader to elevate fresh faces while treating former leader Bill Shorten with ‘appropriate respect’The Labor leader, Anthony Albanese, will unveil his new shadow ministry on Thursday, elevating
Climate crisis may be a factor in tufted puffins die-off, study says

Climate crisis may be a factor in tufted puffins die-off, study says

Researchers believe 3,150 to 8,500 birds starved in Bering Sea due to loss of prey speciesThe death of thousands of tufted puffins in the Bering Sea may have been partly caused by the climate
Government spends almost £100m on Brexit consultants

Government spends almost £100m on Brexit consultants

Exclusive: leaked Whitehall report criticises departments for lack of transparencyNearly £100m of public money has been spent on private consultancy firms recruited by the government to provide Brexit
‘The IAAF will not drug me or stop me being who I am’:  Semenya appeals against Cas ruling

‘The IAAF will not drug me or stop me being who I am’: Semenya appeals against Cas ruling

• South African files appeal to Swiss supreme court • ‘I am a woman and I am a world-class athlete’Caster Semenya has filed an appeal to the federal supreme court of Switzerland challenging the recent
Heseltine warns Tories: don’t follow ‘poisonous politics of Nigel Farage’

Heseltine warns Tories: don’t follow ‘poisonous politics of Nigel Farage’

Former deputy prime minister makes plea to Conservative leadership hopefulsMichael Heseltine has warned the Conservative leadership candidates they will never win a general election by following the
Raids on two Northern Irish journalists’ homes had ‘inappropriate’ warrants, court says

Raids on two Northern Irish journalists’ homes had ‘inappropriate’ warrants, court says

The two reporters, Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey, had been investigating the 1994 Loughinisland massacrePolice inappropriately obtained search warrants to raid the homes of two Northern Irish
EU deputy Brexit negotiator Sabine Weyand promoted to senior trade job

EU deputy Brexit negotiator Sabine Weyand promoted to senior trade job

Weyand’s career move marks departure of one of the biggest names from EU’s ‘taskforce 50’The European Union’s deputy Brexit negotiator Sabine Weyand has been promoted to a senior trade job, giving her
Boeing 737 Max won't fly again before August, says airline trade body

Boeing 737 Max won't fly again before August, says airline trade body

Plane grounded after two crashes likely to remain grounded into peak seasonThe Boeing 737 Max aircraft will not return to the skies before August, according to the head of aviation’s main trade
‘The people applaud him’: Amlo receives in-flight serenade from passenger

‘The people applaud him’: Amlo receives in-flight serenade from passenger

Mexican president was thanked with an ode while aboard a low-cost flight to TepicWhen Andrés Manuel López Obrador put his presidential Boeing up for sale last year and pledged to travel economy class
Robert Mueller breaks silence to insist he did not exonerate Trump

Robert Mueller breaks silence to insist he did not exonerate Trump

Mueller’s statement seen by many as signal to Congress to actSpecial counsel ‘not confident’ Trump did not commit a crimeRobert Mueller, the special counsel, on Wednesday reignited demands for Donald
Brexit party said to be in talks to join far-right group in EU parliament

Brexit party said to be in talks to join far-right group in EU parliament

MEP from Italy’s League party says discussions with Nigel Farage have been going wellNigel Farage’s Brexit party has been in talks to join Matteo Salvini and Marine Le Pen’s far-right group in the
Robert Mueller gives first public statement on Trump-Russia investigation – video

Robert Mueller gives first public statement on Trump-Russia investigation – video

Special prosecutor says investigators did not have confidence that the US president did not commit a crime. Delivering his first statement on the Trump-Russia investigation, Mueller explained the
Global markets fall as China prepares to hit back at US in trade war

Global markets fall as China prepares to hit back at US in trade war

Dow Jones slumps after Beijing signals readiness to restrict exports of rare-earth elementsFinancial markets around the world have sold off sharply after Beijing signalled a readiness to strike back
John Cleese criticised for saying London no longer an English city

John Cleese criticised for saying London no longer an English city

Sadiq Khan and comedian Dom Joly among those condemning ‘racist’ and ‘hypocritical’ claimsThe Fawlty Towers actor John Cleese has been criticised for repeating his 2011 claim that London was no longer
Louisiana braces for latest turn of the screw on abortion rights

Louisiana braces for latest turn of the screw on abortion rights

The state legislature is to vote on a bill banning terminations after six weeks but so-called Trap laws have already severely restricted accessKathaleen Pittman still remembers the first time she had