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'Limited' progress at Bangkok climate talks

'Limited' progress at Bangkok climate talks

Executive secretary says ‘progress was made, but nothing was finalised’. Nations will meet again in Poland in DecemberAn international meeting in Bangkok fell short of its aim of completing fruitful
Roman Quaedvlieg suggests Peter Dutton intervened to help third European au pair

Roman Quaedvlieg suggests Peter Dutton intervened to help third European au pair

Former Border Force commissioner believes memory of phone call relates to new unreported case Peter Dutton is facing the claim he intervened to help a third European au pair, in fresh evidence from
Blissed out: the 13 steps to becoming happy

Blissed out: the 13 steps to becoming happy

I enrolled in University of California, Berkeley’s online Science of Happiness course. This is what I learnedLast autumn, I enrolled in the University of California, Berkeley’s massive open online
'Anything pro-union is shut down really fast': Tesla workers speak out

'Anything pro-union is shut down really fast': Tesla workers speak out

Elon Musk has said he is ‘neutral’ about a union but former employees blame their firing on their efforts to organize while current workers say a ‘culture of fear’ persistsFor two years Dezzimond
Masked gunmen attack Libyan oil corporation HQ in Tripoli

Masked gunmen attack Libyan oil corporation HQ in Tripoli

At least four dead in attack that deals blow to attempts to instil confidence in Libyan oil industry Masked gunmen have attacked the headquarters of the Libyan National Oil Corporation in Tripoli,
John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions in virulent attack

John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions in virulent attack

US national security adviser calls ICC illegitimate and says ‘we will let it die on its own’ John Bolton, the hawkish US national security adviser, has threatened the international criminal court
Stock markets under pressure as US-China trade tensions deepen – business live

Stock markets under pressure as US-China trade tensions deepen – business live

Chinese and other Asian stocks down after data showing China’s trade surplus with US hit record high of $31bn 9.20am BST Neil Wilson, chief market analyst at Markets.com, has sent us his thoughts on
Are polls broken? Worry over 'blind spots' as hopes of blue wave swell

Are polls broken? Worry over 'blind spots' as hopes of blue wave swell

Polling underestimated the strengths of certain Democratic candidates in a number of primaries this year – inaccuracies that could affect the midterm elections in NovemberIn the Gravis poll, he was
Brexit: 80 Tory MPs will reject Chequers plan says former minister

Brexit: 80 Tory MPs will reject Chequers plan says former minister

Steve Baker warns of ‘catastrophic split’ if May’s proposals are carried forwardThe Conservatives face a “catastrophic split” if Theresa May relies on Labour votes to push her Chequers plan through
Share your reaction to the Swedish election results

Share your reaction to the Swedish election results

How do you feel about the results and what are your hopes for the new government? Share your views After an election that drew the eyes of the world on Sunday, Sweden faces a period of political
Perth murders: man charged with killing women and children allegedly remained in house for days

Perth murders: man charged with killing women and children allegedly remained in house for days

Bodies of Mara Quinn, toddlers Charlotte, Alice and Beatrix, and their grandmother found in Coode Street home in BedfordA man has appeared in court charged with five counts of murder after twin girls,

Beyond the Blade - The Father

A father remembers when he got the call saying his son had been stabbed on his way home from school. He still finds it hard to believe that someone could be there one minute and gone the next.Beyond
The former Colombian rebels weaving a route into civilian life

The former Colombian rebels weaving a route into civilian life

Two years after the dawn of peace in Colombia, former Farc guerrillas – many of whom have never known a life beyond conflict – have turned to the sewing machines that once tailored their battle
Another Captain Cook documentary – but do we really need it?

Another Captain Cook documentary – but do we really need it?

With Sam Neill at the helm in The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, the Endeavour takes a refreshingly different tackViewers following the advance of the HMS Endeavour towards these shores via
Monday briefing: Election surge leaves far right as Sweden's kingmakers

Monday briefing: Election surge leaves far right as Sweden's kingmakers

Sweden Democrats win 17.6% of the vote, leaving the country facing an uncertain future. Plus: middle-aged drinkers urged to go easyGood morning briefers. I’m Martin Farrer and this is your
Migration: how many people are on the move around the world?

Migration: how many people are on the move around the world?

The mass movement of people is arguably the biggest story of our time. How do we define the different types of migrant, how many are there and is the current crisis really an unprecedented
Cambodia: opposition leader Kem Sokha released from prison

Cambodia: opposition leader Kem Sokha released from prison

Leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party was accused of treason after government crackdown on criticsThe leader of Cambodia’s main opposition partyhas been released on bail, one year after he was
'My life is in ruins': wrongly deported Windrush people facing fresh indignity

'My life is in ruins': wrongly deported Windrush people facing fresh indignity

Those who were sent to Jamaica after committing criminal offences are a low priority for UK governmentEvery week for the past four months, officials at the fortress-like British high commission in
'Tone deaf' Playboy Club opens in New York, defying the #MeToo era

'Tone deaf' Playboy Club opens in New York, defying the #MeToo era

Club to open more than 30 years after Hefner declared Bunnies ‘a symbol of the past’ and 32 years after the city’s original closedA Playboy Club, replete with “alluring Playboy Bunny hostesses” and a
'It’s not about what is fair': Macedonians prepare to vote on name change

'It’s not about what is fair': Macedonians prepare to vote on name change

Many Macedonians grudgingly accept need for name change in order to join Nato and EU North. It’s just a single five-letter word, but in Macedonia in recent weeks it has prompted many column inches of