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Justine Greening endorses second Brexit referendum

Justine Greening endorses second Brexit referendum

Former minister says she believes other senior Tories would also back fresh voteJustine Greening has said she believes other senior Tory MPs also support the idea of a second referendum to end a
Russia must ‘account for role’ in shooting down MH17, says G7

Russia must ‘account for role’ in shooting down MH17, says G7

Statement comes on eve of summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin and just before anniversary of 17 July 2014 air disasterRussia must “account for its role” in the 2014 downing of Malaysia
Sharp rise in number of super-rich prepared to invest £2m for UK visa

Sharp rise in number of super-rich prepared to invest £2m for UK visa

Applications for ‘golden visa’ increase by 46% in year despite government crackdownThere has been a 46% increase in the number of the global super-rich prepared to invest £2m for the privilege of
Motorway roadworks speed limit could rise to 60mph on Sundays

Motorway roadworks speed limit could rise to 60mph on Sundays

Highways England suggests increase from 50mph when road workers are less activeDrivers could be allowed to travel at higher speeds through motorway roadworks depending on the day of the week.Speed
Hong Kong's Snowden refugees, facing deportation, hope of new life in Canada

Hong Kong's Snowden refugees, facing deportation, hope of new life in Canada

The seven men and women who sheltered the whistleblower in 2013 are awaiting the result of their final appeal For the past few years, Supun Kellapatha and his wife Nadeeka Dilrukshi, Sri Lankan
Paris celebrates World Cup win as one million fans fill Champs-Élysées

Paris celebrates World Cup win as one million fans fill Champs-Élysées

Supporters with tears in their eyes express ‘total love’ for young, diverse French squad Tens of thousands of supporters wrapped in red, white and blue flags and singing the French national anthem
Breathless, episode 2: The death in custody of David Dungay Jr – podcast

Breathless, episode 2: The death in custody of David Dungay Jr – podcast

Indigenous man David Dungay Jr died in Sydney’s Long Bay jail after a disagreement about a packet of biscuits. His death raises questions about the use of medical restraint and tranquillisers. As the
Chicago: police say body camera footage shows man shot dead was armed

Chicago: police say body camera footage shows man shot dead was armed

Shooting of Harith Augustus, 37, on the city’s South Side on Saturday evening set off violent protests Chicago’s police superintendent called for calm and released body camera footage on Sunday, after
Elon Musk calls British diver in Thai cave rescue 'pedo' in baseless attack

Elon Musk calls British diver in Thai cave rescue 'pedo' in baseless attack

Accusation directed on Twitter at Vern Unsworth, who called Tesla CEO’s offer of ‘mini-sub’ to help rescuers a ‘PR stunt’British cave diver considering legal action after ‘pedo’ attack by Elon
Rand Paul breaks with Republicans as he doubts Trump supreme court pick

Rand Paul breaks with Republicans as he doubts Trump supreme court pick

Republican senator concerned by Brett Kavanaugh’s views on privacy but he has flip-flopped on a Trump nominee beforeBreaking with many Republican colleagues, the Kentucky senator Rand Paul has
Theresa May faces rebellion from Brexit hardliners in customs bill vote

Theresa May faces rebellion from Brexit hardliners in customs bill vote

Hard Brexit supporters led by Jacob Rees-Mogg may trigger no-confidence vote in daysTheresa May faces a concerted rebellion from the hard Brexit wing of the Conservative party on Monday, as MPs
Firefighters tackle large grass fire in east London

Firefighters tackle large grass fire in east London

Forty fire engines called to blaze on Wanstead Flats as smoke billows over capitalMore than 225 firefighters tackled a large grass fire in east London that sent smoke billowing over the capital
France’s victory was a befitting end to a thrilling World Cup

France’s victory was a befitting end to a thrilling World Cup

The team’s convincing win against Croatia was celebrated with dizzy delight in MoscowFrance’s captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris lifted the World Cup as cannons shot golden confetti high in the air
Donald Trump’s visit and the rhetoric of destabilisation | Letters

Donald Trump’s visit and the rhetoric of destabilisation | Letters

The idea is to confuse your opponents and force them onto the defensive, distracting the audience from the real issues at stake through personal attacks, wrongfooting and provocationLike many others I
My Health Record: privacy, cybersecurity and the hacking risk

My Health Record: privacy, cybersecurity and the hacking risk

Health bodies say the digital record will improve care but privacy advocates say it is an ‘uncontrolled’ data dump From Monday, Australians will have three months to opt out of a new digital medical
Liberal Dean Smith says lower immigration would give Australia 'time to breathe'

Liberal Dean Smith says lower immigration would give Australia 'time to breathe'

Smith says Australia has reached population of 25 million nine years earlier than Howard government forecastThe Western Australian Liberal Dean Smith says moderating the immigration intake would give
Trump calls European Union a 'foe' – ahead of Russia and China

Trump calls European Union a 'foe' – ahead of Russia and China

Washington worries as Trump flies to meet Putin in Helsinki Theresa May: Donald Trump told me to sue the EUDonald Trump described the European Union one of his greatest “foes” in another extraordinary
France seal second World Cup triumph with 4-2 win over brave Croatia

France seal second World Cup triumph with 4-2 win over brave Croatia

When the decisive blows arrived the entire squad piled on top of one another in the victory scrum. Hugo Lloris, the goalkeeper, had run the entire length of the pitch to join in the celebrations. All
Businesses must address impact of next industrial revolution, says Siemens boss

Businesses must address impact of next industrial revolution, says Siemens boss

Firms and government can tackle short-term reduction in jobs by retraining, says Joe Kaeser Global workforces will fall as the next industrial revolution gets under way, the head of one of Germany’s
Trump arrives to meet Putin, leaving the UK reeling in his wake

Trump arrives to meet Putin, leaving the UK reeling in his wake

President’s extraordinary visit marked by flouted protocol and enthusiastic protestDonald Trump arrived in Finland on Sunday after a UK visit which saw him tramp mud through his red-carpet welcome and