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Corbyn lays out Labour’s terms for backing May on Brexit

Corbyn lays out Labour’s terms for backing May on Brexit

Letter offers Labour’s support if PM makes five binding commitments – including joining a customs unionJeremy Corbyn has written to the prime minister, offering to throw Labour’s support behind her
Mayor's joke about building wall around Apple HQ city angers neighbors

Mayor's joke about building wall around Apple HQ city angers neighbors

Communities around tech-rich Cupertino – teased they would pay for a wall – say city’s lack of affordable housing means they already subsidize itA Donald Trump joke usually lands well in the heart of
Geoff Wilson told investors Labor's franking credits policy easy to avoid

Geoff Wilson told investors Labor's franking credits policy easy to avoid

Fund manager who said retirees’ livelihoods would be devastated told his own investors they could simply restructure their affairsThe fund manager who asked Tim Wilson to coordinate parliamentary
Police name victim, 19, of stabbing in Battersea, south-west London

Police name victim, 19, of stabbing in Battersea, south-west London

Three men arrested after Lejean Richards was killed on Tuesday eveningPolice have named the 19-year-old victim of a fatal stabbing in south London as they renewed their appeal for witnesses to come
Taliban and Afghan groups find common ground in landmark talks

Taliban and Afghan groups find common ground in landmark talks

Insurgents attend Moscow peace summit, but Afghan president is excludedThe Taliban and top Afghan powerbrokers have ended two days of landmark talks in Moscow with a broad but vague statement of
Blackface past and sexual assault claim threaten Virginia's top three officials

Blackface past and sexual assault claim threaten Virginia's top three officials

Attorney general Mark Herring and governor Ralph Northam admitted blacking up while Justin Fairfax faces sex allegationVirginia: sexual assault allegations detailed against governor’s deputy – liveThe
Numbers tell devastating story in latest Aboriginal youth suicide inquest

Numbers tell devastating story in latest Aboriginal youth suicide inquest

Rates of suicide among children are worsening, and experts say the driving cause is poverty and a sense of hopelessnessThe youngest of the 13 people whose deaths formed the basis for the most recent
Scottish Labour votes against Alex Salmond inquiry led by SNP

Scottish Labour votes against Alex Salmond inquiry led by SNP

Nicola Sturgeon’s party insists on chairing investigation despite concerns about biasScottish Labour has voted against plans for a Holyrood investigation into the botched handling of an internal
Deportation flight lands in Jamaica after reprieve for some

Deportation flight lands in Jamaica after reprieve for some

Campaigners condemn ‘ad hoc’ system under which 29 people were expelled from UK but others allowed to stay at last minuteA deportation flight carrying 29 people landed in Jamaica from the UK on
A special place in hell? Donald Tusk didn’t go far enough | Martin Kettle

A special place in hell? Donald Tusk didn’t go far enough | Martin Kettle

Not only were the Brexiters clueless: they didn’t give a stuff about Ireland. But this will come back to haunt the ToriesDonald Tusk should be criticised not for his malice, but his moderation. The
Venezuelan troops blockade bridge to stop aid from Colombia

Venezuelan troops blockade bridge to stop aid from Colombia

Opposition uses humanitarian shipment to test army’s loyalty but government sees it as prelude to military interventionVenezuelan troops have barricaded a bridge on the country’s western border with
True aims of the Syrian Democratic Forces | Letters

True aims of the Syrian Democratic Forces | Letters

Their military aim is the defeat of Islamic State and their political goal is secular democracy and autonomy in northern Syria, not the overthrow of Bashar al-Assad, writes Rosa Gilbert of the
Nantes demand first slice of £15m Emiliano Sala fee from Cardiff

Nantes demand first slice of £15m Emiliano Sala fee from Cardiff

• Body of Argentinian striker still to be recovered • Nantes threaten legal action over non-payment of feeCardiff City have been left shocked and dismayed after Nantes demanded the first instalment of
Virginia: woman who accused lieutenant governor of sexual assault speaks out – live

Virginia: woman who accused lieutenant governor of sexual assault speaks out – live

After attorney general admits wearing blackface in 1980s, lieutenant governor accused of attack in 2004Sign up for the US morning briefing for a fresh perspective 1.00am GMT It was a quiet ending to
Northern Rail industrial action called off after conductor guarantee

Northern Rail industrial action called off after conductor guarantee

RMT hails major progress in talks after getting commitment to having guards on trainsThe long-running industrial action at Northern Rail, which has included 47 days of strikes over the two past years,
Brexiters hit back at Tusk after he says they deserve 'special place in hell' for failing to have a plan - Politics live

Brexiters hit back at Tusk after he says they deserve 'special place in hell' for failing to have a plan - Politics live

Comments come as David Lidington and Emily Thornberry deputise for party leaders at PMQs‘Special place in hell’ for those who promoted no-plan Brexit, says TuskTusk’s press statement -
Tusk warns of 'special place in hell' for those who backed Brexit without a plan

Tusk warns of 'special place in hell' for those who backed Brexit without a plan

European council president also takes aim at Corbyn and says there is no new offer for UKThe European Union’s frustration with the British government has erupted into the open, prompting a vicious war
One in five parents had payments cut in first six months of new welfare program

One in five parents had payments cut in first six months of new welfare program

Exclusive: Inquiry into ParentsNext told government threatening to leave disadvantaged parents ‘without money for food for them and their babies’One in five parents on the government’s contentious
'I'm petrified': 10 years on, Black Saturday trauma still haunts

'I'm petrified': 10 years on, Black Saturday trauma still haunts

Survivors of the Kinglake bushfire of 7 February 2009, which took 120 lives, talk about their struggle to move onAn Australian tragedy that redefined the way we live with fire “Half the town is on
Bank sewer burglars left gold bars strewn across vault floor

Bank sewer burglars left gold bars strewn across vault floor

Man, 27, held over Antwerp bank raid as details emerge of thieves making off hastily after alarm soundedBurglars who broke into a bank in Antwerp’s diamond quarter by crawling through tunnels and a