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Delay Brexit to save environment, green charities urge PM

Delay Brexit to save environment, green charities urge PM

Government has failed to live up to its protection standards promise say green organisationsFive leading green organisations have called on Theresa May to delay Brexit to avoid losing environmental
Venezuela: Maduro and Guaidó's supporters return to the streets

Venezuela: Maduro and Guaidó's supporters return to the streets

Demonstrations spark fears country’s political crisis could deepen following huge blackoutSupporters of Venezuela’s leader, Nicolás Maduro, and his US-backed challenger, Juan Guaidó, returned to the
More than 80 injured in Japan ferry collision

More than 80 injured in Japan ferry collision

Vessel believed to have collided with marine life, possibly a whale, off Sado islandAt least 80 people have been injured after a ferry collided with what was believed to be a marine animal, possibly a
Woman's anger at temporary release of man who murdered her daughter

Woman's anger at temporary release of man who murdered her daughter

Ian Simms was jailed for killing Helen McCourt in 1988 but refuses to reveal location of her body A murderer who has spent 30 years in jail refusing to reveal the location of his victim’s body has
Obscure no-deal Brexit group is UK's biggest political spender on Facebook

Obscure no-deal Brexit group is UK's biggest political spender on Facebook

Britain’s Future has spent £340,000 promoting hard exit – but no one knows who’s funding itThe single biggest known British political advertiser on Facebook is a mysterious pro-Brexit campaign group
How America’s food giants swallowed the family farms

How America’s food giants swallowed the family farms

Across the midwest, the rise of factory farming is destroying rural communities. And the massive corporations behind this devastation are now eyeing a post-Brexit UK marketWhen the vast expanse of
Virtual reality game shows Danish teenagers how to party – without a hangover

Virtual reality game shows Danish teenagers how to party – without a hangover

Online tool will tackle the worst youth alcohol problem in EuropeSo you’re 16 and at a schoolfriend’s party. You’ve had three or four drinks already, and are just starting to feel it. The most popular
Woman hired Sicilian mafia hitmen to kill ex-lover, say police

Woman hired Sicilian mafia hitmen to kill ex-lover, say police

Alleged killers and woman, 64, arrested after discovery of man’s body in cement wallA 64-year-old woman allegedly hired four Sicilian mafia henchmen to murder her ex-lover who had stolen her jewels,
Syrian camps: vulnerable children of Isis ignored by the outside world

Syrian camps: vulnerable children of Isis ignored by the outside world

Up to 3,000 infants born to foreign nationals like Shamima Begum may be at risk In a place the British government says remains too difficult for diplomats to reach, scores of its officials have been
Trump in Super Bowl selfie with founder of spa in prostitution case

Trump in Super Bowl selfie with founder of spa in prostitution case

Li Yang pictured with smiling president at Mar-a-LagoYang sold spa now involved in trafficking case in 2013A photo published on Friday in the Miami Herald shows that the founder and one-time owner of
Trouble in Oysteropolis: Whitstable in uproar over booming fisheries trade

Trouble in Oysteropolis: Whitstable in uproar over booming fisheries trade

The Kent foodie town will harvest three million rock oysters this year, but some say local waters have now become a danger-zoneThe harvesting of oysters on the mudflats of the Thames estuary has
Coming to a street near you? UK’s e-scooter road ban set to end

Coming to a street near you? UK’s e-scooter road ban set to end

‘Urban mobility’ review looks at permit system for motorised bikesMinisters are considering overturning a decades-long ban on electric scooters, Segways and hoverboards as part of a wide-ranging
Ilhan Omar's words were twisted – and Democrats were part of the problem | Arwa Mahdawi

Ilhan Omar's words were twisted – and Democrats were part of the problem | Arwa Mahdawi

The congresswoman faced bad-faith claims of antisemitism at a time when Trump is making America more dangerous for JewsSign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter​ on feminism and sexism sent
Those responsible for Syria’s agony must be brought to book, starting at the top

Those responsible for Syria’s agony must be brought to book, starting at the top

Despite Russia blocking attempts to investigate Assad’s war crimes, there are glimmers of hopeThe final unravelling of the Islamic State’s evil caliphate exerts a horrible fascination. The jihadis
Extinction Rebellion activists throw 'blood' outside Downing Street

Extinction Rebellion activists throw 'blood' outside Downing Street

Protesters use red paint to symbolise climate deaths, day after sit-in at Scottish oil event Extinction Rebellion activists have thrown buckets of “blood” outside Downing Street to call for greater
Bodies of Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi found in Himalayas

Bodies of Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi found in Himalayas

Men went missing almost a fortnight ago while ascending mountain in PakistanThe bodies of Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi, the British and Italian climbers who went missing a fortnight ago, have been
Serena Williams backs US women's soccer team's discrimination case

Serena Williams backs US women's soccer team's discrimination case

Tennis champion describes pay discrepancy between male and female squads as ‘ludicrous’ Serena Williams and other prominent past and present American tennis players have expressed their support for a
SXSW: Warren tells tech audience plan to break up giants is 'like baseball'

SXSW: Warren tells tech audience plan to break up giants is 'like baseball'

Klobuchar addresses allegations she mistreated staffBeto O’Rourke to attend premiere of film on Senate runA slate of Democratic presidential candidates will this weekend speak at South by Southwest
Brexit: Labour amendment supporting second referendum put on hold

Brexit: Labour amendment supporting second referendum put on hold

MPs who support a people’s vote asked to hold fire until fate of May’s deal is knownAn amendment proposing a second referendum from two backbench Labour MPs will not now be put to a vote when Theresa
Three stabbed in Birmingham nightclub attack

Three stabbed in Birmingham nightclub attack

Young men taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries in early hours Three men have been stabbed at a nightclub in Birmingham, according to West Midlands police.The men, thought to be in