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Newspoll shows Coalition is facing election wipeout

Newspoll shows Coalition is facing election wipeout

Government’s 40th straight loss gives Labor a commanding 56% to 44% leadThe Coalition’s leadership implosion is continuing to deadweight the Morrison government in the polls, with Labor in front on a
Hurricane Florence could hit US east coast on Friday as category four storm

Hurricane Florence could hit US east coast on Friday as category four storm

Officials in Carolinas warn residents to prepare for impactSouth Carolina and Virginia declare a state of emergencyForecasters said Tropical storm Florence turned into a hurricane and was swirling
Sweden: far right gains threaten Europe's most stable political order

Sweden: far right gains threaten Europe's most stable political order

The Sweden Democrats fail to win power – but could make or break a minority governmentFor all the horror and the headlines, 82% of Swedish voters failed to cast their ballots for the Sweden Democrats
Woman, 28, charged with attempted murder after man is stabbed

Woman, 28, charged with attempted murder after man is stabbed

Police rule out terrorism link after alleged attack in Barnsley town centre on SaturdayA woman has been charged with attempted murder after a man was allegedly stabbed in Barnsley.Ayaan Ali, 28, of
Trump aides: anonymous 'resistance' op-ed is national security risk

Trump aides: anonymous 'resistance' op-ed is national security risk

Hunt for author of piece depicting sidelining of president Pence: ‘We’ll find out if criminal activity involved’The Trump administration warned of a potential national security risk related to an
Queensland women considered or tried to perform abortions on themselves, data shows

Queensland women considered or tried to perform abortions on themselves, data shows

Children by Choice says 119 women considered or took radical step in past five yearsMore than 100 women in Queensland considered or attempted to conduct abortions on themselves in the past five years,
Larissa Waters returns to Senate after almost 14 months away

Larissa Waters returns to Senate after almost 14 months away

Queenslander to push for anti-corruption watchdog and donations reform Larissa Waters returns to parliament this week after nearly 14 months away.She will be the first senator among the casualties of
Les Moonves resigns from CBS after six more women accuse him of sexual harassment

Les Moonves resigns from CBS after six more women accuse him of sexual harassment

Television executive steps down without severance after Ronan Farrow details new harassment claims Leslie Moonves has resigned from his position as chairman and chief executive of CBS without
The Guardian view on gay rights: India backs freedom – others should follow | Editorial

The Guardian view on gay rights: India backs freedom – others should follow | Editorial

The supreme court judgment decriminalising homosexuality overturned a colonial era law. But its welcome ruling is a reminder of the work to be done elsewhereUnless you are gay, and have lived in one
North Korean 70th anniversary parade – in pictures

North Korean 70th anniversary parade – in pictures

North Korea staged a military parade in the capital, Pyongyang, on Sunday to mark 70 years since the nation’s founding Continue reading...
'Right to be forgotten' could threaten global free speech, say NGOs

'Right to be forgotten' could threaten global free speech, say NGOs

ECJ hears France’s data regulator wants to extend 2014 ruling to apply universallyThe “right to be forgotten” online is in danger of being transformed into a tool of global censorship through a test
Tennis rallies behind Serena Williams after US Open sexism claim

Tennis rallies behind Serena Williams after US Open sexism claim

Players past and present back 23-time grand slam champion following outburst at umpireTennis players past and present have rallied behind Serena Williams after she claimed the sport was riddled by
Sweden election: deadlock for main parties as far right makes gains – live

Sweden election: deadlock for main parties as far right makes gains – live

Sweden set for political uncertainty after tight vote where smaller parties including the far right make gains at the expense of major partiesSweden election: Political uncertainty looms after
Battle over EU copyright law heads for showdown

Battle over EU copyright law heads for showdown

Brussels to vote on directive, supported by artists and news agencies, that opponents say could destroy the internetIt is an argument that has drawn in the likes of Paul McCartney, Plácido Domingo and
Bannon: Trump facing crisis not seen since days of Abraham Lincoln

Bannon: Trump facing crisis not seen since days of Abraham Lincoln

Former White House strategist says NYT op ed part of ‘coup’Bannon regularly invokes history when passing judgmentDonald Trump is facing a “coup”, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said,
Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen seeks to rescind Stormy Daniels' hush-money agreement

Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen seeks to rescind Stormy Daniels' hush-money agreement

Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti says move is ‘a stunt by Michael Cohen trying to fix it so that Donald Trump is not deposed’A company created by Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer has offered to
North Korea marks 70th anniversary with massive military parade – video

North Korea marks 70th anniversary with massive military parade – video

North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of its founding on Sunday morning with a dramatic military parade watched by a sea of spectators. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observed from a balcony, where
British army 'explicitly targeting' working-class recruits, say critics

British army 'explicitly targeting' working-class recruits, say critics

Recruitment drive focuses on teenagers seeking adrenaline, says Child Soldiers International British military recruiters are targeting working-class young people who like risk, are easily influenced
'It's not funny any more': Belgium's only black TV presenter speaks out on racism – video

'It's not funny any more': Belgium's only black TV presenter speaks out on racism – video

Cécile Djunga, Belgium's only black TV presenter, has posted a tearful video on social media in which she described the racist abuse she received during her first year working for the public
Russian police arrest hundreds protesting against Putin pension plan

Russian police arrest hundreds protesting against Putin pension plan

Unrest breaks out as Google pulls YouTube ads by Putin critic Alexei NavalnyPolice detained more than 800 people across Russia during protests against government plans to raise the national retirement