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Windrush : 11 people wrongly deported from UK have died – Sajid Javid

Windrush : 11 people wrongly deported from UK have died – Sajid Javid

Officials unable to contact many of those affected, suggesting death toll could be higherEight more members of the Windrush generation who may have been wrongly deported by UK authorities have been
Labor pledges to transform policy-making by creating evaluator general

Labor pledges to transform policy-making by creating evaluator general

The new office in Treasury would assess policy programs and ensure taxpayers stop funding initiatives that aren’t workingIf your child is struggling to read, would you consider enrolling them in
Why elections in Florida, Georgia and Arizona are still too close to call

Why elections in Florida, Georgia and Arizona are still too close to call

Almost a week after polls closed, Donald Trump continues to propagate false allegations of voter fraud as key Senate and governor’s races remain tightFollow the latest US politics newsThe polls may
Stan Lee: Spider-Man, X-Men and Avengers creator dies aged 95

Stan Lee: Spider-Man, X-Men and Avengers creator dies aged 95

Almost as famous as his Marvel superheroes, Lee was known for bringing complex emotional life to cartoon charactersThe comic writer Stan Lee, co-creator of iconic characters including Iron Man, the
Papua New Guinea PM's firm won $32m contract despite 'serious irregularities'

Papua New Guinea PM's firm won $32m contract despite 'serious irregularities'

Exclusive: report says Peter O’Neill’s firm may have violated anti-corruption guidelinesA company owned by Papua New Guinea’s prime minister, Peter O’Neill, won a $32m government contract to build
US bishops cancel votes on tackling sex abuse after pope intervenes

US bishops cancel votes on tackling sex abuse after pope intervenes

Conference of bishops announced it will delay votes on proposed steps to address abuse crisis in an abrupt change of plansIn an abrupt change of plans, a US conference of Catholic bishops has delayed
Caravan marks one month on the road: ‘We keep on going, laughing or crying’

Caravan marks one month on the road: ‘We keep on going, laughing or crying’

The migrants appear intent on taking the Pacific coast route northward, with most vowing to continue to the USSeveral thousand Central American migrants marked a month on the road on Monday as they
Are you Madame Macron, woman asks Merkel at armistice event

Are you Madame Macron, woman asks Merkel at armistice event

Unnamed woman, 100, gets photo with French president – but not his wife – in CompiègneAt 100 years old, the Frenchwoman in her white knitted hat and scarf could perhaps be forgiven for what was, after
British soldier recruited for far-right group while in army

British soldier recruited for far-right group while in army

Cpl Mikko Vehvilainen was jailed for eight years in March for being a member of National Action A British army veteran who served in Afghanistan and was described as an “outstanding” soldier was
California fires: what is happening and is climate change to blame?

California fires: what is happening and is climate change to blame?

The Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires have killed at least 31 and burned through 111,000 acres – what happens next? Both ends of California are aflame, with a trio of disastrous wildfires resulting in at
French army trolls Trump with picture of them training in rain

French army trolls Trump with picture of them training in rain

Tweet appears to mock US president who cancelled visit to war graves due to weatherAfter Donald Trump failed to make it to the American war cemetery at Belleau in France at the weekend, the US
Lest we forget? Many victims of the first world war are already forgotten | Letters

Lest we forget? Many victims of the first world war are already forgotten | Letters

Nora Crook on the losses of the Caribbean, Brian McGuckin on Scots who died, Alison Hardie on the Chinese Labour Corps, Kate Purcell on the women left without husbands, and Marika Sherwood on the
Whitehall civil servants complain of bullying and sexual harassment

Whitehall civil servants complain of bullying and sexual harassment

Guardian investigation reveals hundreds of public body employees have come forwardHundreds of civil servants working in Whitehall have made complaints about suffering sexual harassment or bullying at
Botched Israeli raid in Gaza sparks violent exchanges

Botched Israeli raid in Gaza sparks violent exchanges

Rockets fired from Gaza and Israeli jets bomb sites after raid leaves eight people deadPalestinian militants in Gaza have launched more than 300 rocket attacks and Israeli fighter jets have bombed
Should you ask someone to vacate your reserved seat on a train?

Should you ask someone to vacate your reserved seat on a train?

Most railway passengers prefer to stand or look for another seat rather than ask someone to move, research shows. It is time we overcame this most British of behavioursFor British people travelling by
Russia denies disrupting GPS signals during Nato Arctic exercises

Russia denies disrupting GPS signals during Nato Arctic exercises

Finnish PM says disruption during military exercises was ‘almost certainly deliberate’Russia has denied being behind recent disruption to GPS signals across Lapland after Finland’s prime minister said
Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Amnesty's highest honour over 'shameful betrayal'

Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Amnesty's highest honour over 'shameful betrayal'

Organisation cites ‘apparent indifference’ to atrocities committed against the Rohingya by Myanmar’s militaryAmnesty International has withdrawn a prestigious human rights award from Aung San Suu Kyi,
I thought remembrance was a celebration of war. I was wrong

I thought remembrance was a celebration of war. I was wrong

I’ve long refused to wear a poppy, recalling ‘the old lie’; but I’m now confronting my own refusal to learnA few houses away from me, a young man died. Sergeant Sutton from the London Regiment was
Climate activist daubs graffiti on UK government building in London protest – video

Climate activist daubs graffiti on UK government building in London protest – video

Environmental protesters have daubed the windows of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in London in an attempt to provoke their arrests. One protester climbed above the
Hawksbill turtle poaching to be fought with DNA technology

Hawksbill turtle poaching to be fought with DNA technology

Project will trace tortoiseshell products in shops back to where they were poachedResearchers will use DNA technology to try to stop the illegal poaching of hawsksbill turtles for use in tortoiseshell