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Macron’s plummeting ratings could mean defeat to Le Pen in European elections | Pauline Bock

Macron’s plummeting ratings could mean defeat to Le Pen in European elections | Pauline Bock

The French president wants to lead Europe against the forces of nationalism. But he needs to rally some support at homeLiberalism or populism? As both teams up the stakes ahead of next year’s European
What I've learned about men from countless hours of Tinder | Lane Moore

What I've learned about men from countless hours of Tinder | Lane Moore

Comedian Lane Moore has crafted an entire show out of swiping left, and right, on the app over the last four years. Here are her biggest takeawaysIn 2014, I started Tinder Live! – a comedy show
County lines drug trade puts rural hospitals on knife crime frontline

County lines drug trade puts rural hospitals on knife crime frontline

Calls for help as growing number deal with more young people coming through their doorsRural hospitals need more support to deal with the growing number of young people arriving at major trauma units
Marseille building collapse: sixth body found in rubble

Marseille building collapse: sixth body found in rubble

Search for survivors continues two days after buildings collapsed on MondaySix bodies have now been found in the rubble of two dilapidated buildings that collapsed in the centre of Marseille earlier
Breaking Bad: The Movie? Why it could be Vince Gilligan's worst idea

Breaking Bad: The Movie? Why it could be Vince Gilligan's worst idea

Deadwood, The Walking Dead and now Breaking Bad have all announced possible movie spin-offs, but history shows they’re a terrible, cynical ployI can’t speak for anyone else, but I’m going to spend the
Georgia: Stacey Abrams vows to keep fighting in tight governor's race

Georgia: Stacey Abrams vows to keep fighting in tight governor's race

Democrat who would be America’s first black female governor says there are enough ballots left for potential runoffMidterm elections – live updatesMidterms results – live trackerShare your reaction to
Fifteen children found in refrigerated lorry entering UK

Fifteen children found in refrigerated lorry entering UK

Border Force discovers group, thought to be from Vietnam, hidden in vehicle at port of NewhavenSix adults and 15 children as young as 12 have been found hidden inside a refrigerated lorry entering the
Grenade-shaped belt buckle prompts evacuation of Spanish rail stations

Grenade-shaped belt buckle prompts evacuation of Spanish rail stations

Main stations in Barcelona and Madrid emptied after suspicious object seen on scanners Police evacuated the main railway stations in Barcelona and Madrid during Wednesday morning’s rush hour after a
Cross-party calls grow for Brexit legal advice to be published in full

Cross-party calls grow for Brexit legal advice to be published in full

Labour could seek to force publication via Commons motion as MPs across political spectrum demand to see documentPressure on the government to provide details of legal advice about a possible Brexit
Frydenberg says he will block Hong Kong firm from buying $13bn gas business

Frydenberg says he will block Hong Kong firm from buying $13bn gas business

Treasurer tells CK Group he plans to prohibit its acquisition of APA Group on ‘national interest’ groundsThe Morrison government plans to block a Hong Kong-based consortium’s purchase of Australia’s
Ilhan Omar reacts to becoming the first Somali American in Congress – video

Ilhan Omar reacts to becoming the first Somali American in Congress – video

Ilhan Omar has made history after becoming the first Muslim congresswoman, along with Rashida Tlaib, and the the first Somali American to be elected in Congress. Omar, who came to the US as a refugee,
Urban mountains: Shenzhen's green rooftop project – in pictures

Urban mountains: Shenzhen's green rooftop project – in pictures

The Chinese megacity of 12 million people is crowded, polluted, and vulnerable to flooding. A rooftop garden is using plants to make stormwater work for the city, and to improve the livelihoods of
Ayanna Pressley becomes Massachusetts' first black congresswoman – video

Ayanna Pressley becomes Massachusetts' first black congresswoman – video

Ayanna Pressley has become Massachusetts' first black woman elected to the US House of Representatives. At her victory speech, Pressley told her cheering supporters that women of colour have had to
FGM rates in east Africa drop from 71% to 8% in 20 years, study shows

FGM rates in east Africa drop from 71% to 8% in 20 years, study shows

Analysis in BMJ Global Health suggests dramatic decline in number of girls undergoing the practice, yet experts advise caution over the figuresThe number of girls undergoing female genital mutilation
US voters go to the polls – the midterms in pictures

US voters go to the polls – the midterms in pictures

Democrats seized control of the lower house of Congress in midterm elections Tuesday, dealing a rebuke to Donald Trump almost two years into his polarizing, rollercoaster presidency Continue
Democrats take control of House but Republicans tighten grip on Senate

Democrats take control of House but Republicans tighten grip on Senate

Control of lower chamber of Congress will allow Democrats to block much of Trump’s agenda and investigate his administrationMidterm elections – live updatesMidterms results – live trackerDemocrats are
Disruptions at Heathrow airport as runway lights malfunction

Disruptions at Heathrow airport as runway lights malfunction

Travellers have been warned that ‘technical issue’ could affect their journeysAir travellers have been warned that a “technical issue” affecting lighting on runways at Heathrow could affect their
'I'm as hopeful as I've ever been': Beto O'Rourke fails to beat Ted Cruz – video

'I'm as hopeful as I've ever been': Beto O'Rourke fails to beat Ted Cruz – video

Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Texas, narrowly lost his bid to topple the Republican incumbent, Ted Cruz. O'Rourke told supporters in his concession speech that he was 'as
'Blue wave' sweeps Democrats back to majority in House of Representatives

'Blue wave' sweeps Democrats back to majority in House of Representatives

Victories end one-party rule and promise a check on TrumpTrump claims victory as Senate stays RepublicanMidterm elections – live updatesMidterms results – live trackerShare your reaction to the
The Gauls really did embalm the severed heads of enemies, research shows

The Gauls really did embalm the severed heads of enemies, research shows

New chemical analysis of iron age skulls confirms the grisly practice, referred to in ancient textsThey were fearsome warriors who cut off the heads of their enemies and displayed them for all to see,