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Key points from budget 2018 – at a glance

Key points from budget 2018 – at a glance

Philip Hammond is delivering his budget – here are the main points so far, with political analysisBudget 2018 – live updates This article will be updated during the chancellor’s speech – refresh the
Flights could be disrupted after Brexit, Chris Grayling admits

Flights could be disrupted after Brexit, Chris Grayling admits

Transport secretary says EU would be to blame for any turmoil for not starting talksFlights could be disrupted after Brexit, the transport secretary has admitted, but he said the European commission
Another suspicious package addressed to CNN intercepted

Another suspicious package addressed to CNN intercepted

President Jeff Zucker says package was intercepted at post office in Atlanta but ‘there is no imminent danger to the CNN Center’Another suspicious package bound for CNN was discovered on Monday
Monday's best photos: skaters and Venice floods

Monday's best photos: skaters and Venice floods

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you photo highlights from around the world, from skaters in London, to memorials in Pittsburgh and Leicester and flooding in Venice Continue reading...
Trump, 'purveyor of hate speech', not welcome in Pittsburgh, says former synagogue leader

Trump, 'purveyor of hate speech', not welcome in Pittsburgh, says former synagogue leader

Lynette Lederman says she does not want the president to visit Pittsburgh and will rely on local political leadershipA former president of the synagogue in Pittsburgh where 11 people were murdered on
Apple expected to announce new iPad Pro without home button

Apple expected to announce new iPad Pro without home button

Resigned tablet with USB-C and potentially a new MacBook Air expected to be launched at an event in New York on TuesdayApple is expected to unveil a redesigned iPad Pro with Face ID and no home
Stark east-west divide in attitudes towards minorities in Europe

Stark east-west divide in attitudes towards minorities in Europe

Report also flags gulf in attitudes on nationalism, abortion, gay rights and moreEurope is starkly divided between east and west on attitudes towards minorities and social issues such as gay rights
Central Tunis hit by suicide bomb blast

Central Tunis hit by suicide bomb blast

Female suicide attacker injures nine on Habib Bourguiba Avenue, Tunisian interior ministry saysA suicide bombing has rocked the main avenue in central Tunis, injuring at least nine people.The powerful
Sri Lankan political crisis could lead to bloodbath, says speaker

Sri Lankan political crisis could lead to bloodbath, says speaker

Calls for parliament to reconvene to pick prime minister as two stake claim on the rolePressure is mounting on Sri Lanka’s president to allow parliament to decide between two men claiming to be the
Loan sharks are circling for poor Indian debtors failed by microfinance | Navjot Sangwan

Loan sharks are circling for poor Indian debtors failed by microfinance | Navjot Sangwan

A growing body of research suggests that micro-credit, the darling of international development, costs borrowers dearIt’s still a week or so until Diwali, but the market in Thol, a village in northern
Dogs can detect malaria by sniffing people's socks

Dogs can detect malaria by sniffing people's socks

Study says the animals appear able to identify people infected with the disease even if they are not showing symptomsDogs’ noses could become a powerful weapon in the battle against malaria, according
Gab forced offline following anti-semitic posts by alleged Pittsburgh shooter

Gab forced offline following anti-semitic posts by alleged Pittsburgh shooter

PayPal, Stripe and Joyent abandon support of social media site that hosted posts by Robert BowersGab, the social media site popular with the far-right, has been forced offline by its service providers
Grenfell landlord failed to fix electrical faults, inquiry told

Grenfell landlord failed to fix electrical faults, inquiry told

Hamid Whabi, who lived on 16th floor, says plugs did not work and lifts broke downA Grenfell Tower survivor who lost 20 friends in the fire and is still living in a hotel room more than 16 months
Flight recorder analysis begins after Leicester City helicopter crash

Flight recorder analysis begins after Leicester City helicopter crash

Air accident team to start investigation into crash as police name four other victimsThe Air Accident Investigations Branch has recovered the digital flight data recorder from the helicopter in which
'Groutier': sulky word gives New Zealander fourth world Scrabble title

'Groutier': sulky word gives New Zealander fourth world Scrabble title

Nigel Richards, 51, takes championship with 3-1 win over American Jesse DayTactically spelled out across a double-word scoring tile, “groutier” – from “grouty”, meaning cross, sulky or surly – earned
Catherine Deneuve auctions off YSL haute couture outfits

Catherine Deneuve auctions off YSL haute couture outfits

French actor selling collection, including one-off pieces made by Yves Saint LaurentCatherine Deneuve is auctioning her collection of haute couture outfits, many of them one-off pieces made by Yves
Happy Kataloween: the spooky celebration in the Paris catacombs

Happy Kataloween: the spooky celebration in the Paris catacombs

Every Halloween partygoers descend into this mysterious underworld where – from occult art shows to obsessive ‘cataphiles’ – a secret subculture is flourishingIt’s Halloween, and a group of young
Thai sporting and political leaders pay tribute to Leicester City owner

Thai sporting and political leaders pay tribute to Leicester City owner

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha praised for promoting ‘Thai values’ Billionaire’s death in helicopter crash confirmed overnight As Thailand woke on Monday morning to the confirmation that Vichai
HSBC chief: it is hard to disengage from Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi death

HSBC chief: it is hard to disengage from Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi death

Murder unlikely to have much impact on trade and foreign investment, says John FlintThe murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is unlikely to have much impact on trade and foreign investment in Saudi
Fear and anger won the election in Brazil. It’s a wake-up call to the world | Simon Jenkins

Fear and anger won the election in Brazil. It’s a wake-up call to the world | Simon Jenkins

Liberal democracy is proving no match for the lies and hatred spread by social mediaAs goes Brazil, so goes democracy? It is no good outsiders pouring contempt on Jair Bolsonaro, victor in Sunday’s