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DUP rejects Theresa May's personal plea to support her deal

DUP rejects Theresa May's personal plea to support her deal

Party leader Arlene Foster tells prime minister in telephone call she will not change stanceTheresa May’s hopes that she can force her withdrawal deal through parliament faded on Monday after the
'They don't think we're human': Buenos Aires market traders fight eviction

'They don't think we're human': Buenos Aires market traders fight eviction

A recent protest by street vendors was met with a violent crackdown – but was their eviction necessary to ‘order’ the city’s public space? An unsettling quiet has fallen over a stretch of the usually
French officials target alleged 'kiwigate' fraudsters

French officials target alleged 'kiwigate' fraudsters

Investigators say 12% of kiwis passed off as more expensive French fruit were grown in ItalyFrench fraud investigators say they have uncovered a €6m (£5m) scam in which Italian kiwis were passed off
Pop's great adventurer: how Scott Walker reached the heart of darkness

Pop's great adventurer: how Scott Walker reached the heart of darkness

Few pop stars went the artistic distance that Scott Walker did – and from the middle of the road to its further edges, his work was always extraordinaryNews: Scott Walker, experimental pop hero, dies
'Inconceivable' Autonomy founder unaware of fraud, court told

'Inconceivable' Autonomy founder unaware of fraud, court told

UK entrepreneur Mike Lynch denies wrongdoing in response to civil claim by Hewlett PackardMike Lynch, the founder of the software group Autonomy, was a “controlling and demanding individual” and it
Far-right Italian deputy Matteo Salvini takes Basilicata in south

Far-right Italian deputy Matteo Salvini takes Basilicata in south

Deputy PM renews pledge to change Europe as 24 years of leftwing rule ends in regionItaly’s deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, has renewed his pledge to change Europe as his rightwing coalition
Two parties claim right to lead after 'inconsistent' Thai elections

Two parties claim right to lead after 'inconsistent' Thai elections

Worries over polling data as election commission refuses to declare official resultsThai politics has descended into chaos after its first election since a 2014 coup, as two parties claimed the right
Brussels confirms return of border checks under no-deal Brexit

Brussels confirms return of border checks under no-deal Brexit

British travellers will need to get passport stamped and may be asked about purpose of visitBritish travellers will get a stamp in their passport every time they enter and leave the European Union in
Democrats demand to see full Mueller report by next week – live

Democrats demand to see full Mueller report by next week – live

Senator Chuck Schumer says American people ‘simply want the truth’. Follow the latest developments Support the Guardian’s independent journalism 12.03am GMT Have a good night, everybody. 11.03pm GMT
Where the River Runs Red - a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future

Where the River Runs Red - a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future

In the isolated west of Tasmania an ominous red river divides the small mining town of Queenstown. A result of copper run-off from a closed mine, it is an ever-present reminder of the town’s history
Recession fears hit global markets, but German morale improves - business live

Recession fears hit global markets, but German morale improves - business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as markets are hit by anxiety over the global economyLatest: German business morale has picked up.....but German factories still
Brexit: Three ministers resign to join 29-strong Tory revolt on indicative votes – as it happened

Brexit: Three ministers resign to join 29-strong Tory revolt on indicative votes – as it happened

MPs vote by 329 to 302 for Letwin amendment, despite Theresa May saying government would not be bound by resultHow did each MP vote on the indicative votes amendment?MPs seize control by backing
Diana Ross calls for end to criticism of Michael Jackson

Diana Ross calls for end to criticism of Michael Jackson

Ross describes Jackson as ‘a magnificent incredible force’, following extensive allegations of child sexual abuse against himDiana Ross has voiced support for Michael Jackson in the wake of the
Brexit supporter who egged Jeremy Corbyn admits assault charge

Brexit supporter who egged Jeremy Corbyn admits assault charge

John Murphy, 31, hit Labour leader with egg during visit to London mosque this monthA Brexit supporter who attacked Jeremy Corbyn with an egg during a mosque visit while yelling “respect the vote” has
Russia on Mueller report: 'It has proved what we already knew'

Russia on Mueller report: 'It has proved what we already knew'

Officials say they expect US to increase pressure on Russia despite report’s findingsFollow live updates on the Mueller reportRussian officials have welcomed the results of the Mueller report, which
'Coal is on the way out': study finds fossil fuel now pricier than solar or wind

'Coal is on the way out': study finds fossil fuel now pricier than solar or wind

Around 75% of coal production is more expensive than renewables, with industry out-competed on cost by 2025 Around three-quarters of US coal production is now more expensive than solar and wind energy
Montreal to take down 80-year-old crucifix from city chambers

Montreal to take down 80-year-old crucifix from city chambers

Councillor stresses city’s ‘secular character’ as influence of Catholic Church abatesFor more than 80 years, a crucifix has overseen the civic business of Canada’s second-largest city from its perch
Viking Sky: rescuer's camera shows passengers being airlifted to safety - video

Viking Sky: rescuer's camera shows passengers being airlifted to safety - video

New footage has emerged from the Viking Sky rescue that took place on Saturday that shows passengers being airlifted to safety as huge waves toss the ship around. A camera mounted on a rescue worker's
First slavery 'super-complaint' accuses police of fuelling victims' trauma

First slavery 'super-complaint' accuses police of fuelling victims' trauma

Report into police response in England and Wales found failure to handle cases sensitively hinders prosecution of traffickersCategoric police failings are hindering the prosecution of human
US briefing: Mueller report, Venezuela and the new victims of Parkland

US briefing: Mueller report, Venezuela and the new victims of Parkland

Monday’s top story: Trump and allies declare the president vindicated by special counsel. Plus, the professor teaching the unqualified rich kids who ‘bribed their way to college’Subscribe now to