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Everything to play for if MPs reject Brexit deal, says Nicola Sturgeon

Everything to play for if MPs reject Brexit deal, says Nicola Sturgeon

Scottish leader says SNP MPs almost certain to refuse to support any divorce dealNicola Sturgeon hopes the Scottish National party can help engineer a political crisis at Westminster that will force
Jaguar Land Rover to shut Solihull plant for two weeks after China sales slump

Jaguar Land Rover to shut Solihull plant for two weeks after China sales slump

The facility, which employs 9,000 staff, will close from 22 OctoberJaguar Land Rover is to close its Solihull plant for two weeks because of slumping sales in China, where trade tensions with the US
Spy agencies are worst at learning from past, say experts

Spy agencies are worst at learning from past, say experts

No profession is as ignorant of its history as the intelligence profession, book festival hearsIntelligence agencies more than any other professional body have “official amnesia” and repeatedly fail
Voters split on bringing families from Nauru to Australia, poll finds

Voters split on bringing families from Nauru to Australia, poll finds

Guardian Essential poll also finds 43% are against keeping asylum seekers on Nauru indefinitelyAustralian voters are evenly divided on whether asylum seeker and refugee families on Nauru should be
Abortion clinic safe-access zones face challenge in Australia's high court

Abortion clinic safe-access zones face challenge in Australia's high court

Campaigners challenging Victorian and Tasmanian laws argue they stifle free speechThe validity of the safe-access-zone laws in Victoria and Tasmania that prevent anti-abortion protesters from
Walter Laqueur obituary

Walter Laqueur obituary

Distinguished historian, journalist and scholar who focused on terrorism, the Holocaust and the decline of EuropeThe contemporary historian and journalist Walter Laqueur, who has died aged 97, made
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi criticised the regime – and paid with his life | David Hearst

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi criticised the regime – and paid with his life | David Hearst

The humble man I knew, who disappeared from the consulate in Istanbul, saw it as his duty to stand up for ordinary SaudisJamal Khashoggi is not the first Saudi exile to be killed. No one today
Marine Le Pen: Steve Bannon has no part to play in 'saving Europe'

Marine Le Pen: Steve Bannon has no part to play in 'saving Europe'

French far-right leader plays down ex-Trump aide’s plans for European populist movementThe French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has said that Donald Trump’s former aide Steve Bannon would not play a
'I’m my own man': is Trump’s blessing also a curse for Florida's Ron DeSantis?

'I’m my own man': is Trump’s blessing also a curse for Florida's Ron DeSantis?

DeSantis wants voters to know he is more than just Trump’s guy as he engages in a vicious fight with leftwinger Andrew Gillum in the governor’s raceRon DeSantis, the Republican candidate for Florida
Why putting £1m through the shredder is Banksy’s greatest work

Why putting £1m through the shredder is Banksy’s greatest work

Art is being choked to death by money. The only rebellion left is for artists to bite the hands that feed them – as Banksy appears to have done on Friday nightThe moment I love most in the video
Gene editing in human embryos takes step closer to reality

Gene editing in human embryos takes step closer to reality

Successful correction of genetic problems in mice before birth raises hopes of similar treatments for humansGene editing to correct faulty DNA in human embryos has taken a step closer to becoming a
Former Tesco managers go on trial accused of overstating profits

Former Tesco managers go on trial accused of overstating profits

Chris Bush and John Scouler each deny one count of fraud and another of false accountingTwo former Tesco senior managers have gone on trial accused over an alleged fraud that resulted in the company’s
Disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi – timeline

Disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi – timeline

Dissident went missing after visiting Saudi consulate in Istanbul to collect paperworkThe longer the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi remains missing, the more questions his disappearance
In Brazil and the US, democracy is at a crossroads | Jeffrey W Rubin

In Brazil and the US, democracy is at a crossroads | Jeffrey W Rubin

As the pro-torture Jair Bolsonaro edges closer to presidential victory, democracy in the Americas has rarely seemed so fragile Voters in Brazil and the US face elections in the coming weeks whose
Woman jailed after sex act photo leads to boyfriend's murder

Woman jailed after sex act photo leads to boyfriend's murder

Sarah Bramley from Darlington sent image to ex-partner who then killed Michael LawsonA woman has been jailed for four months after pleading guilty to inciting the killing of her boyfriend, who was
Jair Bolsonaro 'will not moderate rhetoric' in push for Brazil presidency

Jair Bolsonaro 'will not moderate rhetoric' in push for Brazil presidency

Rightwinger, who will face leftist candidate in second round runoff, says he will not become ‘peace and love’ candidateThe far-right frontrunner to become Brazil’s next president has insisted he will
Most English Tory voters would be happy to see UK break up as price of Brexit, survey suggests - Politics live

Most English Tory voters would be happy to see UK break up as price of Brexit, survey suggests - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDowning Street lobby briefing - SummaryLunchtime summaryAfternoon summary 5.46pm BST Not now expecting Raab to go to Brussels this
Acting Met chief witnessed Westminster attack from inside car

Acting Met chief witnessed Westminster attack from inside car

Sir Craig Mackey tells inquest he stayed in vehicle because he had no protective equipmentThe acting commissioner of the Metropolitan police stayed in his car as Khalid Masood stabbed to death an
Zurich opera show goes on despite director's Moscow house arrest

Zurich opera show goes on despite director's Moscow house arrest

Lawyers relay videos of rehearsals and feedback while Kirill Serebrennikov awaits trialIt has been a productive year so far for the Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov. His Gogol Centre continues to
Former Cambridge Analytica chief used N-word to describe Barbados PM

Former Cambridge Analytica chief used N-word to describe Barbados PM

Exclusive: leaked papers reveal racist slur by Alexander Nix, who is pitching to run election campaigns in CaribbeanAlexander Nix, the former chief executive of the elections consultancy Cambridge