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'They erased a bit of my life': Windrush generation on Home Office treatment

'They erased a bit of my life': Windrush generation on Home Office treatment

Four people describe ordeal of having their British citizenship questioned and downgradedTony Perry, 62, pictured above, arrived in Britain in 1959 from Jamaica to join his parents. He spent time
Morning mail: Thai boys speak, One Nation rapist, Johnson's Brexit attack

Morning mail: Thai boys speak, One Nation rapist, Johnson's Brexit attack

Thursday: The 12 boys rescued from a Thai cave have given their first media conference. Plus: Boris Johnson savages May’s Brexit vision Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main
Maria Butina: accused spy was in contact with Russian intelligence, prosecutors say

Maria Butina: accused spy was in contact with Russian intelligence, prosecutors say

The 29-year-old also entered into a sham relationship with an American political operative to help her activities, according to a new court filingThe Russian woman charged with spying in the US was in
Notes on a scandal: why Trump loves to scrawl in marker pen

Notes on a scandal: why Trump loves to scrawl in marker pen

Trump’s remarks about Russian election interference were covered in marker pen scrawls – it’s been his favoured mode of communication for decadesIn January 2017, with the world wondering just how
John Crace: Boris Johnson's fans wanted a roaring lion. They got a paper tiger

John Crace: Boris Johnson's fans wanted a roaring lion. They got a paper tiger

The former foreign secretary’s farewell speech was typical: long on bombast, but short on content His departure became his time in office. Long on bombast, short on content. Long on grandiosity, short
Trump says Russia no longer targeting US, contradicting intelligence chief

Trump says Russia no longer targeting US, contradicting intelligence chief

President’s response comes a week after the top US intelligence officer cautioned that Russia is still a persistent threatDonald Trump said on Wednesday that he does not believe Russia is still
Sean Black put in charge of increasing One Nation membership in lead-up to rape trial

Sean Black put in charge of increasing One Nation membership in lead-up to rape trial

Black remained a senior member of party’s national executive after being charged with rape and assaultSean Black, who was convicted of rape and assault this week, remained a senior member of One
Man guilty of plot to behead Theresa May in Isis-inspired attack

Man guilty of plot to behead Theresa May in Isis-inspired attack

Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman’s plan was foiled by undercover counter-terrorism officers A 20-year-old Londoner has been found guilty of plotting to kill Theresa May in a suicide attack on Downing Street,
Trump administration hit with lawsuits over inhumane treatment of migrant detainees

Trump administration hit with lawsuits over inhumane treatment of migrant detainees

Latest suit alleges conditions in facilities included unsanitary drinking water, spoiled food and inadequate chances to batheThe Trump administration is increasingly being challenged on its hardline
Rio police poised to arrest plastic surgeon 'Dr Bumbum'

Rio police poised to arrest plastic surgeon 'Dr Bumbum'

Doctor, whose real name is Denis Furtado, is a suspect in the death of a female patientPolice in Rio de Janeiro said they were close to arresting a celebrity plastic surgeon known as “Dr Bumbum” or
Debate continues over Labour’s code on antisemitism | Letters

Debate continues over Labour’s code on antisemitism | Letters

Readers offer their views on both sides of the argument over the party’s adoption of the IHRA definition, but not all its illustrative examplesMany contributors to the antisemitism debate around the
What future for Britain as the EU strikes a trade deal with Japan? | Letters

What future for Britain as the EU strikes a trade deal with Japan? | Letters

Alex Orr and Anne Loveday say the UK will leg behind, while John Mills says US negotiators will hold the whip handAs the Brexit divisions are laid bare in the House of Commons, with the Conservative
Republican congressman interviewed over Ohio sex abuse case

Republican congressman interviewed over Ohio sex abuse case

Jim Jordan, a former coach at Ohio State, interviewed over allegations that a now dead team doctor sexually abused male athletes decades ago Former Ohio State University wrestling coach and current US
'I did it for freedom' – Nelson Mandela's quiet comrade

'I did it for freedom' – Nelson Mandela's quiet comrade

Robben Island survivor Andrew Mlangeni, 93, in London for tribute event, remains an ANC stalwartDrawing on his second cigarette within half an hour, Andrew Mlangeni recalls how tobacco was hard to
Government urged to strip Govia Thameslink Railway of its franchise

Government urged to strip Govia Thameslink Railway of its franchise

No need to wait for review of timetable chaos, shadow transport secretary saysThe government must “stop pussyfooting around” and strip Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) of its franchise, the shadow
Protests spread through cities in Iraq's oil-rich Shia south

Protests spread through cities in Iraq's oil-rich Shia south

Several killed and hundreds hurt as unrest enters second week, upping pressure on PMWidespread unrest sweeping across the oil-rich Shia heartland of southern Iraq has continued for a second week, as
'Nothing short of treason': US voters on the Trump-Putin summit

'Nothing short of treason': US voters on the Trump-Putin summit

A range of views about the US president’s meeting with the Russian leaderWe asked US voters to tell us how they viewed Monday’s meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Hundreds got in touch
US government paid Trump's Turnberry hotel £53,000

US government paid Trump's Turnberry hotel £53,000

Official logs reveal sum paid to Scottish hotel’s operating company, which is owned by US presidentDonald Trump’s Turnberry hotel was paid about £53,000 by the US government to cover the costs of the
Grenfell police carry out three interviews under caution

Grenfell police carry out three interviews under caution

Met considers whether offences including corporate manslaughter were committedDetectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire have conducted three interviews under caution over potential offences
Donald Trump says his father was born in Germany (he wasn’t) – video explainer

Donald Trump says his father was born in Germany (he wasn’t) – video explainer

The US president often tries to soften his criticism of Germany by stating that his father was born there. This is not true. Fred Trump was born in New York. Trump’s grandfather Friedrich Trump was