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Brexit: Theresa May's plan under siege from across Tory party

Brexit: Theresa May's plan under siege from across Tory party

PM under pressure as leading Brexiters and Tory remainers come out against proposalsTheresa May’s Brexit plan is under siege from across the Tory party as she attempts to overcome the final sticking
Donna Zuckerberg: ‘Social media has elevated misogyny to new levels of violence’

Donna Zuckerberg: ‘Social media has elevated misogyny to new levels of violence’

When the academic, sister of Mark Zuckerberg, began exploring online antifeminism, she discovered far-right men’s groups were using classical antiquity to support their viewsDonna Zuckerberg didn’t
Canada: officials urge action to keep edible marijuana away from children

Canada: officials urge action to keep edible marijuana away from children

Spike in marijuana poisonings prompts call over edibles Many retailers sell cannabis-laced brownies and sweets Following a sharp increase in cannabis poisoning among young people, Canadian health
Rohingya fears grow as refugees face forcible return to Myanmar

Rohingya fears grow as refugees face forcible return to Myanmar

Aid agencies give warning as Myanmar and Bangladesh begin return of ‘terrified’ refugees to Rahkine stateThe governments of Bangladesh and Myanmar are to push ahead with the repatriation of thousands
How we fell out of love with milk

How we fell out of love with milk

Soya, almond, oat... Whether for health issues, animal welfare or the future of the planet, ‘alt-milks’ have never been more popular. Are we approaching dairy’s final days? A couple of weeks ago, some
Ebola outbreak: Death toll tops 200 in Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ebola outbreak: Death toll tops 200 in Democratic Republic of the Congo

UN has called on armed groups threatening health workers to let them fight the diseaseThe death toll from an Ebola outbreak in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to more than 200.The
Peter Dutton: 'pathway to citizenship' should be examined after terror attack

Peter Dutton: 'pathway to citizenship' should be examined after terror attack

Home affairs minister also criticises Labor’s Anne Anne Aly and calls on opposition to pass new surveillance lawsThe Home Affairs minister said Australia should “look at the way in which people are on
China confounds all that western liberals believed about the net | John Naughton

China confounds all that western liberals believed about the net | John Naughton

Technology is being used by China to exercise ever greater control over their workers’ livesRemember 1989 – when the Berlin Wall came crashing down and the Soviet Union began to implode? For many of
Jamal Khashoggi murder fails to stop Britain selling arms to the Saudis

Jamal Khashoggi murder fails to stop Britain selling arms to the Saudis

As a Foreign Office minister spoke out on the killing, trade officials were in the kingdom promoting closer military linksBritain has pursued its assiduous courtship of Saudi Arabia despite the murder
Cypriot farmers struggle to meet demand for halloumi

Cypriot farmers struggle to meet demand for halloumi

Shortage of sheep and goats in Cyprus coupled with growing taste for grilled cheese in China ‘threatens global supplies’It’s on restaurant menus from London to New York and has become a barbecue
TaxPayers’ Alliance concedes it launched smears against Brexit whistleblower

TaxPayers’ Alliance concedes it launched smears against Brexit whistleblower

Shahmir Sanni lost job and was falsely vilified as a fantasist and liar after revelations about Vote Leave spendingThe rightwing pressure group the TaxPayers’ Alliance has conceded that it illegally
Can Democrats ever win back white, rural America?

Can Democrats ever win back white, rural America?

Kansas was encouraging but in Iowa, a well-funded and energetic candidate lost to a Republican who openly flirts with Nazis. What should the party do next time?As JD Scholten walked forward to
The Taxpayers’ Alliance smeared me, but I continue to fight for the truth

The Taxpayers’ Alliance smeared me, but I continue to fight for the truth

They sacked me for speaking the truth – and there has been a co-ordinated effort to shut me downI have been vindicated. Once again. In July, the Electoral Commission confirmed the truth of my story
Silicon Valley Democrat channels Lincoln for tech-to-Trump-country bill

Silicon Valley Democrat channels Lincoln for tech-to-Trump-country bill

Ro Khanna tells Guardian multi-billion dollar bill to put tech institutions in middle America is inspired by Morrill Act of 1862A Silicon Valley lawmaker has a plan to bring big tech jobs to middle
Shameful neglect of child refugees | Letters

Shameful neglect of child refugees | Letters

For decades, Britain has given a safe haven to persecuted people. Now it refuses to take in the world’s most vulnerableMark Townsend draws attention to the shockingly low numbers of unaccompanied
Hero’s welcome in Poland awaits hitman who killed Mandela’s ally

Hero’s welcome in Poland awaits hitman who killed Mandela’s ally

Janusz Waluś, who shot dead South African communist leader Chris Hani, could soon return homeEwa Waluś was a small child when her father, Janusz, emigrated to join his father and brother in South
Remember when the unions could take on a dictator? These three do... | Kevin McKenna

Remember when the unions could take on a dictator? These three do... | Kevin McKenna

Nae Pasaran tells the tale of a time when a group of Glaswegians defied PinochetOn only one occasion did I feel moved to apply a censor’s red pen through a line of copy by another writer for political
Electric bike share launches in Sydney despite failure of other schemes

Electric bike share launches in Sydney despite failure of other schemes

US company Lime has dropped about 300 bikes around the city and has plans to expand to Sydney and MelbourneA new share bike scheme has launched in Sydney – and wants to expand to Melbourne and
South Korea's nascent feminist movement turns to abortion ban

South Korea's nascent feminist movement turns to abortion ban

Women have continued to access abortion illegally in defiance of 65-year-old lawKim Soo-jin will never forget the disgusting taste of the pulpy green-brown traditional Korean brew she drank in the
Remembrance Day across Australia – in pictures

Remembrance Day across Australia – in pictures

On the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war, Australians gathered around the country to observe one minute’s silence and mark the centenary of the signing of the armistice that ended