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Police speak to Prince Philip after he is pictured driving again

Police speak to Prince Philip after he is pictured driving again

Duke reportedly back behind the wheel without a seatbelt as it is revealed councillors and police had clashed over speed cameras plans Police have spoken to the Duke of Edinburgh after he was pictured
Women around the world march against violence - live

Women around the world march against violence - live

Demonstrators gather for 80 events across 31 cities including London, Berlin and New York to protest violence against women and the gendered impact of austerity 9.08pm GMT At the conclusion of the
Home Office under fire for blocking new spy watchdog

Home Office under fire for blocking new spy watchdog

Surveillance expert Eric King vetoed from top job at IPCO over past associationsThe Home Office has prompted outrage by blocking the appointment of the man tasked with leading investigations into the
‘It’s like hell here’: Australia bakes as record temperatures nudge 50C

‘It’s like hell here’: Australia bakes as record temperatures nudge 50C

Fears rise for homeless and vulnerable people as communities brace for another week of relentless hot weatherIt was 48.9C last Tuesday in Port Augusta, South Australia, an old harbour city that now
President Pence? That vision should terrify women | Arwa Mahdawi

President Pence? That vision should terrify women | Arwa Mahdawi

The news that Karen Pence is returning to work at an anti-gay Christian school should remind us of the vice-president’s dangerous bigotryKaren Pence is not just the wife of the US vice-president,
Elderly drivers: when is it time to hand over the car keys?

Elderly drivers: when is it time to hand over the car keys?

Loss of autonomy is a painful reality of old age – but it’s hard to let go when, like Prince Philip, you are used to being in chargeIn the wake of his car crash on Thursday afternoon, in which the
John Kelly shocked staff with speech 'hostile' to Trump, tell-all book reveals

John Kelly shocked staff with speech 'hostile' to Trump, tell-all book reveals

Book by ex-White House aide Cliff Sims, seen by Guardian, says chief of staff indicated ‘country first, president second’ approachFormer White House chief of staff John Kelly introduced himself to
Give MPs free vote on Brexit options, says Sir John Major

Give MPs free vote on Brexit options, says Sir John Major

Ex-PM urges Theresa May to stage series of ‘indicative’ votes as way out of impasseSir John Major has called for MPs to be allowed to have a free vote on a series of options to solve the unfolding
Aerial footage shows scale of Mexico fire after pipeline explosion - video

Aerial footage shows scale of Mexico fire after pipeline explosion - video

A massive fireball that engulfed people scooping up fuel that was spilling from a pipeline ruptured by thieves in central Mexico has killed at least 66 people and injured 76Mexico explosion: scores
Thousands march beside coffin of murdered Gdańsk mayor - video

Thousands march beside coffin of murdered Gdańsk mayor - video

Carrying flags and candles through the streets, thousands of people walked in procession on Friday along with the coffin of Gdańsk's murdered mayor, Paweł Adamowicz. He was stabbed on Sunday evening
Voters less likely to back Labour with 'stop Brexit' policy, leaked poll suggests

Voters less likely to back Labour with 'stop Brexit' policy, leaked poll suggests

Unreleased poll for group backing second referendum finds almost a third would be less likely to back partyA leaked poll commissioned by the pro-EU Best for Britain campaign suggests that voters would
Woman taken to hospital after being hit by police car in Surrey

Woman taken to hospital after being hit by police car in Surrey

Force says collision took place between police car responding to 999 call and pedestrianA woman in her 20s has been taken to hospital after being struck by a police car.Surrey police said a collision
The curse of tail-docking: the painful truth about Italy's pigs | Cecilia Ferrara and Catherine Nelson

The curse of tail-docking: the painful truth about Italy's pigs | Cecilia Ferrara and Catherine Nelson

In the country’s two main breeding regions, 98% of farmers rely on the banned, traumatic practice of routinely cutting pigs’ tailsOn a farm deep in Italy’s Lombardy region, scores of contented-looking
Women raped by Korean soldiers during Vietnam war still awaiting apology

Women raped by Korean soldiers during Vietnam war still awaiting apology

Campaign group urges recognition for women affected by sexual violence of Korean troops and the children born as a resultTran Thi Ngai was 24 and alone at home in her village in Vietnam’s Phu Yen
Myanmar army kills 13 in attack on Rakhine rebels

Myanmar army kills 13 in attack on Rakhine rebels

Rakhine state has seen new levels of violence in recent weeks between the Arakan Army and security forcesMyanmar’s army says it killed 13 ethnic Rakhine fighters in counter attacks, after the
Women's March 2019: thousands to protest across US

Women's March 2019: thousands to protest across US

Policy platform to be revealed at main event in Washington DCMovement has suffered infighting over antisemitism claimsThousands of protesters will take to the streets across the US on Saturday to
Could flexitarianism save the planet?

Could flexitarianism save the planet?

Scientists say a drastic cut in meat consumption is needed, but this requires political willIt has been known for a while that the amount of animal products being eaten is bad for both the welfare of
North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago – study

North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago – study

Satellite images show glaciers in US and Canada, excluding Alaska, are shrinking four times faster than in previous decade Glaciers in western North America, excluding Alaska, are melting four times
Nationals preselect Anne Webster for seat of Mallee vacated by Andrew Broad

Nationals preselect Anne Webster for seat of Mallee vacated by Andrew Broad

Webster wins out of field of six and promises to ‘take up the fight for the people of regional Victoria’ The Nationals have preselected Dr Anne Webster for the seat of Mallee, vacated by Andrew Broad
Arizona: Four women convicted after leaving food and water in desert for migrants

Arizona: Four women convicted after leaving food and water in desert for migrants

Federal judge finds activists guilty of entering a national wildlife refuge without a permit to give aid to migrantsA federal judge has found four women guilty of entering a national wildlife refuge