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No-deal Brexit would halt most UK-Spain flights, industry says

No-deal Brexit would halt most UK-Spain flights, industry says

Busy route particularly exposed to lack of safety regulation frameworkThe number of flights between the UK and Spain could collapse by 95% if no Brexit deal is agreed, the air travel industry’s global
Turkish police likely to mount second search of Saudi consul's home

Turkish police likely to mount second search of Saudi consul's home

Local media say investigators want to explore inside a well in the official’s gardenTurkish investigators are preparing for a second search of the Saudi consul general’s residence and garden in
Saudi crown prince says justice will prevail in Khashoggi case - video

Saudi crown prince says justice will prevail in Khashoggi case - video

Mohammed bin Salman breaks his public silence over the murder of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying the killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul was a 'heinous crime that cannot be
Former Home Affairs official begs MPs to remove asylum seekers from Nauru

Former Home Affairs official begs MPs to remove asylum seekers from Nauru

Shaun Hanns says detention of people on Manus Island and Nauru is ‘not just tragic but meaningless’An official from the Department of Home Affairs who quit his job in the refugee processing area a
Nuclear escalation must be resisted | Letter

Nuclear escalation must be resisted | Letter

The intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty (INF) must not be torn up, says Kate Hudson, CND general secretaryPresident Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the intermediate-range nuclear forces
Guaranteed to blow your mind: the real Freddie Mercury

Guaranteed to blow your mind: the real Freddie Mercury

Unlike the sanitised character in the new film Bohemian Rhapsody, the Queen frontman was debauched, outrageous – and proud. We celebrate a rock legend in tight shorts, leather and leotardsBohemian
Police officer cleared of punching 14-year-old-boy

Police officer cleared of punching 14-year-old-boy

PC Paul Evans of south Wales police could still face disciplinary proceedingsA police hate crime officer has been cleared by a judge of punching a 14-year-old boy but could still face disciplinary
Where is the migrant caravan from – and what will happen to it at the border?

Where is the migrant caravan from – and what will happen to it at the border?

Thousands of Central American migrants are marching through southern Mexico in hopes of reaching the USThousands of Central American migrants, including men, women and entire families, are marching
Donald Trump condemns pipe bombs as 'abhorrent, despicable' – live

Donald Trump condemns pipe bombs as 'abhorrent, despicable' – live

President says ‘major investigation under way’ after devices sent to multiple critics including Obama, Clinton and CNNSuspected bombs sent to Trump’s prominent critics ‘an act of terror’ Sign up to
UK police not a match for evolving terrorism threat, says top officer

UK police not a match for evolving terrorism threat, says top officer

Neil Basu says forces not able to deal effectively with 700 live terrorism investigationsThe country’s most senior counter-terrorism officer has said police forces are not a match for the threat of
Michele Palazzo’s best photograph: a blue Beetle going nowhere in Soweto

Michele Palazzo’s best photograph: a blue Beetle going nowhere in Soweto

‘After a delicious lunch of brain, liver and lung stew, we drove around – and spotted these guys just hanging out in a car’ I went to South Africa with my girlfriend in the autumn of 2016 for a
Fox News reporter hides in bushes to stop migrant family's bid to cross border

Fox News reporter hides in bushes to stop migrant family's bid to cross border

Griff Jenkins huddled in the bushes before scrambling down the river bank to confront a group of migrants trying to crossWhere is the migrant caravan from – and what will happen to it at the border?A
Iran charges five wildlife activists with capital offences

Iran charges five wildlife activists with capital offences

Allegations of spying are unfounded, says government, as UN expresses alarmFive environmentalists have been charged in Iran with national security crimes punishable by death, in a development the UN
UK police recruited teenager to spy on her pimp

UK police recruited teenager to spy on her pimp

Lords debate reveals sexually exploited girl ended up becoming accessory to murderA teenage girl who was being sexually exploited was enlisted by police to collect information about her pimp, which
The chefs who are closing for dinner to pursue a healthier life

The chefs who are closing for dinner to pursue a healthier life

Restaurant culture has long been defined by aggression and long hours – and mental and physical breakdowns. But a new generation of chefs are breaking the mouldLast Christmas, Stuart Ralston,
Mohammed bin Salman calls Khashoggi murder a 'heinous crime'

Mohammed bin Salman calls Khashoggi murder a 'heinous crime'

Saudi prince breaks silence over killing of journalist at consulate in Turkey Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has broken a three-week public silence over the killing of Jamal
Cold, cloudy weather 'could increase your risk of having heart attack'

Cold, cloudy weather 'could increase your risk of having heart attack'

Largest study of its kind finds incidence of heart attacks is higher on days with air temperatures below freezingCold, cloudy weather could increase your risk of having a heart attack, according to a
Stephen King sells film rights for story to Welsh teenagers for $1

Stephen King sells film rights for story to Welsh teenagers for $1

Horror writer lets Blaenau Gwent Film Academy make version of Stationary BikeThe horror writer Stephen King has given a group of teenage fans from south Wales permission to turn one of his tales into
Brexit economy: UK goes it alone just as world faces tough times

Brexit economy: UK goes it alone just as world faces tough times

Ahead of probably the UK’s last budget as a member of the EU, storm clouds are gatheringBritain’s last budget before Brexit needs to be bold How has Brexit vote affected UK economy? October
Rome escalator collapse prompts calls for citywide tests

Rome escalator collapse prompts calls for citywide tests

Dozens of Russian football fans were injured when escalator collapsed at Repubblica metro stationItalian transport unions, consumer associations and Rome residents have called for a full investigation