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Lake District zip wire given green light after seven-year battle

Lake District zip wire given green light after seven-year battle

Kilometre-long aerial runway to be erected on remote mountain pass to dismay of conservationistsA kilometre-long zip wire will be erected in the Lake District following a seven-year planning
All 43 Spice Girls songs – ranked!

All 43 Spice Girls songs – ranked!

As the Spice Girls reconvene without Easy V (she don’t come for free) for a string of 2019 stadium shows, we sift their catalogue to decide what’s bestThis B-side consists of the band members talking,
I am a refugee in a Libyan camp. Conditions are so bad, people are dying | Thomas Issak

I am a refugee in a Libyan camp. Conditions are so bad, people are dying | Thomas Issak

Even if UN inspectors see the guards beating us, they don’t intervene. All we want to do is get out of LibyaI tried to reach Europe at the start of this year. We were in the boat for 26 hours, in the
Malcolm Turnbull lets himself off the leash but self-criticism nowhere to be seen | Katharine Murphy

Malcolm Turnbull lets himself off the leash but self-criticism nowhere to be seen | Katharine Murphy

The former prime minister’s appearance on Q&A showed he would no longer let his narrative be controlled by others From the moment Malcolm Turnbull looked up at the cameras with a tight smile at
Trump dossier author suing engineering firm for alleged unpaid work

Trump dossier author suing engineering firm for alleged unpaid work

Christopher Steele alleges Germany-based Bilfinger owes his company Orbis £130,000 Christopher Steele, the former MI6 officer who wrote the Trump dossier, is suing one of Germany’s biggest engineering
Michelle Obama event ticket touted for £70k on Viagogo

Michelle Obama event ticket touted for £70k on Viagogo

Tickets for former first lady’s London talk on sale for hundreds of times face value on secondary ticketing siteDozens of tickets to see Michelle Obama speak at London’s Royal Festival Hall have been
Democrats got millions more votes – so how did Republicans win the Senate?

Democrats got millions more votes – so how did Republicans win the Senate?

Senate electoral process means although Democrats received more overall votes for the Senate than Republicans, that does not translate to more seatsFollow live updates on US politics The 2018 midterm
Teach schoolgirls about orgasms, says Labour MP

Teach schoolgirls about orgasms, says Labour MP

Jess Phillips says open discussion of female pleasure is vital to redress gender power balanceSchoolgirls should be taught about orgasms in sex education lessons, according to a Labour MP.Jess
Commonwealth veterans living in poverty set for £12m UK aid boost

Commonwealth veterans living in poverty set for £12m UK aid boost

Money will provide daily meals and cash transfers to 7,000 world war two veterans and widows, says Penny MordauntAid funding of £12m will be used to help thousands of impoverished war veterans who
'He just kept firing': witnesses describe California bar shooting – video

'He just kept firing': witnesses describe California bar shooting – video

People describe the moment a gunman fired into a crowded country and western bar in southern California. Police said 12 people were killed and the suspect was also dead12 killed by gunman at
Irish deputy PM urges caution over 'imminent Brexit deal' speculation

Irish deputy PM urges caution over 'imminent Brexit deal' speculation

Simon Coveney advises Westminster not to consider cabinet decision as agreementIreland’s deputy prime minister has urged caution in Westminster over speculation that a Brexit deal could be struck in
Merkel to address Kristallnacht ceremony at Berlin synagogue

Merkel to address Kristallnacht ceremony at Berlin synagogue

Event will commemorate 80th anniversary of Nazi terror that led thousands of Jews to fleeAngela Merkel, the German chancellor, will address a ceremony at a Berlin synagogue to mark the 80th
'She touched him': Acosta row engulfs social media

'She touched him': Acosta row engulfs social media

Trump backers and opponents dissect video of flashpoint at White House press conferenceIt lasts barely a couple of seconds, but the video of a White House staff member trying to take a microphone from
Q&A: Malcolm Turnbull accuses Liberal conservatives of 'blowing up' his government

Q&A: Malcolm Turnbull accuses Liberal conservatives of 'blowing up' his government

Former PM says he complained to Rupert Murdoch about coverage and that Kerry Stokes warned him Murdoch was hostileMalcolm Turnbull has declared his removal from the prime ministership remains an act
Quakes, mudslides, an active volcano: inside the world's riskiest city

Quakes, mudslides, an active volcano: inside the world's riskiest city

Due to its unparalleled exposure to natural disasters, Manizales in central Colombia is globally recognised for its innovative approach to prevention and responseOn the evening of 13 November 1985,
David Davis: don't fear no-deal Brexit despite inevitable 'hiccups'

David Davis: don't fear no-deal Brexit despite inevitable 'hiccups'

Former Brexit secretary dismisses talk of food and medical shortages as ‘nonsense’David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, has insisted leaving the European Union without a deal is not a frightening
Stacey Abrams v Brian Kemp: inside the bitter battle for Georgia's soul – video

Stacey Abrams v Brian Kemp: inside the bitter battle for Georgia's soul – video

The winner of the midterms race to become governor of Georgia has yet to be declared, with Stacey Abrams, vying to become the first female African American governor, trailing Brian Kemp by just under
Dutch man, 69, starts legal fight to identify as 20 years younger

Dutch man, 69, starts legal fight to identify as 20 years younger

Motivational speaker Emile Ratelband compares bid to alter age to gender changeA 69-year-old Dutch “positivity guru” who says he does not feel his age has started a battle to make himself legally 20
'A Farage in every country': Barnier warns of existential threat to EU

'A Farage in every country': Barnier warns of existential threat to EU

Brexit negotiator urges pro-EU forces to defend the fragile union against populist forcesThe European Union’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has called on pro-EU forces to defend the fragile union
Police at scene of California bar shooting – video

Police at scene of California bar shooting – video

Helicopter footage shows the aftermath of a shooting at the Borderline country and western bar in Thousand Oaks, southern California, where injuries were reported Continue reading...