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Two in hospital and two arrested in north London shooting

Two in hospital and two arrested in north London shooting

Incident near Rayners Lane station is second shooting near a north London tube stop in as many daysTwo people have been taken to hospital with gunshot wounds and two more have been arrested on
Windrush row: Javid's apology overshadowed by new removal figures

Windrush row: Javid's apology overshadowed by new removal figures

Home secretary to apologise to 18 people but Home Office says 164 may have been wrongly told to leaveA total of 164 Windrush generation people may have been wrongly removed or detained, according to
Coalition warned 'all bets are off' if it bows to Catholic school funding demands

Coalition warned 'all bets are off' if it bows to Catholic school funding demands

Education experts tell Simon Birmingham that changes could lead states to back out of Gonski 2.0Simon Birmingham should refuse to bow to the Catholic school sector’s demands over funding reform to
Foxtons founder's guest feared dead after banana boat fall

Foxtons founder's guest feared dead after banana boat fall

Richard Chapelow missing after watersports accident at Santa Clara Dam in Portugal A British man who disappeared following a boating accident in Portugal is feared dead by the family he was holidaying
The Guardian view on Venezuela’s hyperinflation: a lethal dose? | Editorial

The Guardian view on Venezuela’s hyperinflation: a lethal dose? | Editorial

The Maduro administration has taken one of the world’s big oil exporters to the brink of collapse. Donald Trump wants to tip it over the edgeA century ago, John Maynard Keynes recognised the deadly
Tourists skinny dipping at Rome monument cause outrage

Tourists skinny dipping at Rome monument cause outrage

Police hunt English-speaking pair who frolicked in fountain at Altare della PatriaThe police in Rome have issued a plea to all of the city’s consulates in a search for the “English speakers” filmed
UK and EU to enter ‘continuous’ talks to resolve Brexit deadlock

UK and EU to enter ‘continuous’ talks to resolve Brexit deadlock

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab acknowledges final-stage negotiations need to speed up The UK and the EU have agreed to hold “continuous” Brexit talks after a cool encounter between lead negotiators in
‘Everybody feels fragile’: Guy Pearce on fame, family pressures and fatherhood at 50

‘Everybody feels fragile’: Guy Pearce on fame, family pressures and fatherhood at 50

The actor went from Ramsay Street to Hollywood – but he’s still close friends with Jason Donovan. He talks humility, hype and why he can’t discuss ‘handsy’ co-starsLong before Hollywood actors were
Political correctness gone mad in jerk row | Brief letters

Political correctness gone mad in jerk row | Brief letters

Sheffield’s trees | Gaza elections | Jamie Oliver dish | Sanitary pioneers | Writers and dogsChristine Benson (Letters, 17 August) need not be concerned. Without the oversized and diseased horse
Asia Argento denies sexual assault of 17-year-old actor

Asia Argento denies sexual assault of 17-year-old actor

Italian star says $380,000 settlement was paid to Jimmy Bennett by her partner Anthony Bourdain to help with Bennett’s financial difficultiesItalian actor Asia Argento has denied allegations that she
Author of Trump-Russia dossier wins libel case in US court

Author of Trump-Russia dossier wins libel case in US court

Suit against Christopher Steele by three Russian oligarchs thrown out by judgeThe former MI6 officer Christopher Steele has won a legal battle in the United States against three Russian oligarchs who
US election meddling: 71% of Russians believe Putin denial, poll finds

US election meddling: 71% of Russians believe Putin denial, poll finds

Just 15% of respondents to Pew survey believe Russia tried to influence 2016 electionVladimir Putin’s claim that Moscow did not interfere in the 2016 US presidential election is believed by more than
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe 'has lost patience' with UK diplomacy

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe 'has lost patience' with UK diplomacy

Foreign secretary has not made final decision on diplomatic protection to help her homeNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman serving a five-year jail sentence in Iran, has reached “the
US deports 95-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard – video

US deports 95-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard – video

Jakiw Palij is accused of having lied to gain entry to the US almost 70 years ago, claiming he was a Polish farmer. Almost 20 years ago, the US authorities determined that he had been a member of the
Greece may still be Europe’s sick patient, but the EU is at death’s door | Marina Prentoulis

Greece may still be Europe’s sick patient, but the EU is at death’s door | Marina Prentoulis

EU-imposed austerity is finally over for pauperised Greece – and it’s time for a rethink of the whole European projectGreece has entered a new, “normal” phase now that the formal lending agreement
Dublin hospitals told to free up beds ahead of Pope Francis's visit

Dublin hospitals told to free up beds ahead of Pope Francis's visit

Irish capital is preparing for medical emergencies as huge crowds attend weekend eventsHospitals in Dublin have been advised to discharge patients in order to free up beds ahead of the pope’s visit to
Police defend officer filmed apparently slapping teenage girl

Police defend officer filmed apparently slapping teenage girl

Lancashire force says methods used on teenager resisting arrest ‘may look shocking’ Police have defended an officer caught on camera apparently slapping a teenage girl and pulling her hair as she
Holed up: man falls into art installation of 8ft hole painted black

Holed up: man falls into art installation of 8ft hole painted black

A visitor to a Portuguese gallery found deeper meaning in Anish Kapoor’s 1992 work Descent into LimboIf there were any doubt at all that Anish Kapoor’s work Descent into Limbo is a big hole with a
Nana na naaa! How Hey Jude became our favourite Beatles song

Nana na naaa! How Hey Jude became our favourite Beatles song

It’s 50 years since Paul McCartney came up with Hey Jude while driving from London to Surrey – and made a song that’s sung everywhere from football terraces to Oxford colleges. Here’s the story of how
Dutton supporters rally as second challenge to Turnbull's leadership looms

Dutton supporters rally as second challenge to Turnbull's leadership looms

Prime minister’s leadership appears terminal with resignation of key frontbenchers and conservatives lining up behind Dutton The Dutton camp is continuing to foment the Coalition’s leadership crisis,