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Brexit and the realities facing a post-EU Britain | Letters

Brexit and the realities facing a post-EU Britain | Letters

Readers respond to various Guardian articles and letters on the terms and implications of any Brexit dealI was bemused by Daryl Baldwin when he wrote “I am one of those just-about-managing parents who
Microwave weapons suspected in US embassy ailments – report

Microwave weapons suspected in US embassy ailments – report

Diplomats and family members stricken in Cuba and ChinaNew York Times says scientists agree ‘there’s something there’Doctors and scientists increasingly suspect attacks with microwave weapons are the
Kavanaugh supreme court nomination not 'normal', says Senate Democrat

Kavanaugh supreme court nomination not 'normal', says Senate Democrat

Amy Klobuchar criticises White House decision to withhold 100,000 pages of records on time as aide to George W BushThe supreme court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh has not been “normal”, a Democrat on
Thousands protest in Russia against plans to hike pension age

Thousands protest in Russia against plans to hike pension age

Vladimir Putin has called the reform a financial necessity as Communist party leader brands move ‘cannibalistic’Thousands of people across Russia joined protests on Sunday against government plans to
Chemnitz to host anti-racism gig as Germans urged to take a stand

Chemnitz to host anti-racism gig as Germans urged to take a stand

Foreign minister calls for citizens to become more active in fight against racismAn anti-racism rock concert will be held on Monday in an east German town where there have been far-right protests and
‘No one wants it rotting away’: fate of Grange Lido hangs in balance

‘No one wants it rotting away’: fate of Grange Lido hangs in balance

Thousands sign petition to saltwater pool in Cumbria, but council wants to redevelopMore than 10,000 people have signed a petition demanding that a rare art deco lido is not destroyed.Grange Lido, in
Aretha Franklin died without a will

Aretha Franklin died without a will

Her four sons and other family members are left to find out how much the Queen of Soul was worth, and to divide it upAretha Franklin, who died last month at the age of 76, did not leave a will. Her
Gillum: DeSantis should be 'careful' as racism rears head in Florida campaign

Gillum: DeSantis should be 'careful' as racism rears head in Florida campaign

Democratic nominee defends leftwing policies and calls for Trump-endorsed opponent to ‘rise above’ racist attacksAndrew Gillum “wants to turn Florida into Venezuela”, his Republican opponent claimed
Israel's Arab MPs back Corbyn in antisemitism row

Israel's Arab MPs back Corbyn in antisemitism row

Letter praises Labour leader as ‘a principled leftist leader who is opposed to all forms of racism’A political alliance of four Arab-dominated parties in Israel’s parliament have broken ranks with
As Palestinian Arab MPs in Israel, we salute Corbyn as a champion of peace and justice | Letter

As Palestinian Arab MPs in Israel, we salute Corbyn as a champion of peace and justice | Letter

‘With the Netanyahu government ramping up the racism, our struggle for survival is more precarious than ever.’ Palestinian Arab MPs in the Knesset commend Jeremy Corbyn for his ‘longstanding
Mogadishu suicide bomb leaves many dead in Somali capital – video

Mogadishu suicide bomb leaves many dead in Somali capital – video

Emergency services have been scrambled after a blast claimed by the Islamist militant group al-Shabaab killed at least six people and injured about a dozen. The explosion blew the roof off a mosque
Study of Portuguese and Spanish explodes as China expands role in Latin America

Study of Portuguese and Spanish explodes as China expands role in Latin America

Thousands more Chinese students are taking up Latin American languages with an eye to improved employabilityWhen Zhang Fangming started learning Portuguese, it was with an eye to becoming a top
'I was like a lamb to the slaughter': deported after 35 years in the UK

'I was like a lamb to the slaughter': deported after 35 years in the UK

After visiting Jamaica for his sister’s funeral in 1998, Windrush victim Ivan Anglin was given two days to pack up his life For the past five weeks, Ivan Anglin has been waiting at his home in
Philippines' Duterte shops for arms on controversial Israel trip

Philippines' Duterte shops for arms on controversial Israel trip

Visit by president who once compared himself to Hitler marred by Holocaust remarksThe Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, who once compared himself to Hitler and his bloody war on drugs to the
Wigstock: New York's drag festival of sequins, stilettos and big hair is back

Wigstock: New York's drag festival of sequins, stilettos and big hair is back

The new iteration returns for the first time in years in the age of drag-as-mainstream-TV and queer and trans equality, but also a pointed demonstration against bigotry in the age of Trump Burning
Gordon Brown calls on Labour to adopt IHRA antisemitism code

Gordon Brown calls on Labour to adopt IHRA antisemitism code

Former leader says party must back definition ‘unequivocally’ ahead of crunch NEC voteGordon Brown has called on Labour to support the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of
Michel Barnier says he strongly opposes May's Brexit trade proposals

Michel Barnier says he strongly opposes May's Brexit trade proposals

EU negotiator also suggests European carmakers will have to use fewer British-made partsMichel Barnier has said he is “strongly opposed” to the prime minister’s Chequers proposals on future trade, as
Man bitten while fishing for shark off Irish coast

Man bitten while fishing for shark off Irish coast

Belfast man suffers serious lower arm injury during angling incident near Cork A man has been bitten by a blue shark while fishing off the coast of Cork.The man from Belfast sustained a serious lower
Anti-migrant feeling fuels Swedish far right as election looms

Anti-migrant feeling fuels Swedish far right as election looms

Popular concern looks likely to propel Sweden Democrats to a possible 20% of the voteLast month, yards from the Social Democrats’ booth in Rinkeby town square, where Kersten Aggefors is handing out
US military confirms $300m cut in aid to Pakistan

US military confirms $300m cut in aid to Pakistan

Decision taken over perceived failure to tackle militants further strains Washington relationsThe US has confirmed it will cut $300m in aid to Pakistan over its perceived failure to tackle militant