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The far right is a growing danger to tolerance and democracy | Letters

The far right is a growing danger to tolerance and democracy | Letters

Readers continue the debate over Ash Sarkar’s call for a radical anti-fascist movement – and 80 past and present members of Balliol College, Oxford, dissociate themselves from Boris JohnsonThanks to
German police in row over far right after officer blocked TV crew at Pegida rally

German police in row over far right after officer blocked TV crew at Pegida rally

Off-duty police employee tried to stop group’s demonstration in Dresden being filmedPolice and politicians in the east German state of Saxony have been accused of ignoring or underplaying the rising
Holidaymakers to be evacuated from hotel in Egypt following couple's death

Holidaymakers to be evacuated from hotel in Egypt following couple's death

Concerns over illness prompts Thomas Cook to move guests from Hurghada resortThomas Cook holidaymakers are to be evacuated from a hotel in Egypt following the death of a British couple, with the tour
Saudi modernisation drive reflected in Aramco's faltering sale | Larry Elliott

Saudi modernisation drive reflected in Aramco's faltering sale | Larry Elliott

The oil-rich nation is aware of an urgent need to diversify, but it still has a long way to goOn 2 March 1938, Saudi Arabia was a largely nomadic society with a sideline in the tourism generated by
Reality Winner: NSA contractor jailed for five years over classified report leak

Reality Winner: NSA contractor jailed for five years over classified report leak

Winner, who leaked report on Russian election interference, is first person Trump administration charged under Espionage ActThe NSA contractor Reality Winner was sentenced on Thursday to five years
Met custody sergeant faces possible dismissal over 2013 strip search of academic

Met custody sergeant faces possible dismissal over 2013 strip search of academic

Kurtis Howard to answer allegation that order to remove Konstancja Duff’s clothes was based on insufficient groundsA Metropolitan police custody sergeant faces possible dismissal for ordering the
Tropical disease outbreaks are growing threat in Europe as temperatures rise

Tropical disease outbreaks are growing threat in Europe as temperatures rise

After West Nile virus kills 22 people in heatwave, experts warn of more mosquito and tick-borne diseases due to climate changeEurope is facing a growing threat of tropical disease outbreaks, as rising
Wheel life: the strange power of films set inside cars

Wheel life: the strange power of films set inside cars

The King, a documentary about the state of the US filmed from Elvis’s Rolls-Royce, is just the latest film set mostly inside a car. Is it the perfect vehicle for examining our cultural landscape?If
Jeremy Hunt won't hold inquiry into UK not intervening in Syrian civil war

Jeremy Hunt won't hold inquiry into UK not intervening in Syrian civil war

Foreign secretary says he regrets MPs’ decision to reject intervention as it may have ‘emboldened the regime’Jeremy Hunt has rejected a call from the foreign affairs select committee to set up an
Man arrested for posting death crash photos on social media

Man arrested for posting death crash photos on social media

Man, 44, accused of breaking Malicious Communications Act for allegedly posting photos of fatal Derbyshire accident on FacebookA man has been arrested after pictures of a fatal crash that "caused
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed from Iran jail temporarily

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed from Iran jail temporarily

British-Iranian reunited with four-year-old daughter after being released on three-day furloughNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman sentenced to five years in jail in Iran for spying,
How to cope with a no-deal Brexit: Theresa May's guide

How to cope with a no-deal Brexit: Theresa May's guide

Ministers set out what people and businesses will need to do if the UK crashes outThe government has published 24 of 80 papers setting out advice for people and businesses in the event of the UK
'Hitting women isn't normal': tackling male violence in Brazil

'Hitting women isn't normal': tackling male violence in Brazil

A rehabilitation programme for violent men in Espírito Santo is cutting reoffending ratesWhen Rafael Sousa (not his real name) found out his wife had been talking to a male colleague about their
Trump says 'flipping' in criminal cases should be illegal and warns against impeachment

Trump says 'flipping' in criminal cases should be illegal and warns against impeachment

Trump commented on his former lawyer Michael Cohen pleading guilty in federal court, and warned that impeaching him would cause an economic crashDonald Trump has suggested that cooperating with the
New evidence prompts Europe-wide hunt for 1998 murder suspect

New evidence prompts Europe-wide hunt for 1998 murder suspect

New DNA analysis links 55-year-old man to murder of Dutch schoolboy Nicky VerstappenA Europe-wide manhunt is under way for the suspected killer of an 11-year-old Dutch schoolboy on a campsite 20 years
Nuns charged in investigation into child abuse at Smyllum Park

Nuns charged in investigation into child abuse at Smyllum Park

Police Scotland charge 12 people over historical claims of abuse at Catholic homePolice in Scotland have arrested and charged nuns and a number of other former staff in an investigation into alleged
Aquarius: onboard the migrant rescue ship - arriving in Malta

Aquarius: onboard the migrant rescue ship - arriving in Malta

The Aquarius is a special-purpose ship chartered by SOS Méditerranée, a European maritime and humanitarian organisation, and Médecins Sans Frontières to rescue migrants and refugees in trouble at
'They are taking out a generation of tuna': overfishing causes crisis in Philippines

'They are taking out a generation of tuna': overfishing causes crisis in Philippines

Men like Raul Gomez have been catching tuna for 40 years, but as fisheries in the region edge closer to collapse, he spends longer at sea to catch ever smaller tuna Raul Gomez is an old man who fishes
No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts

No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts

Warning comes in government ‘technical notices’ telling businesses and public how to prepare in event of no dealWhat the no deal advice papers say on medicines, banking and border tradeConsumers would
Hundreds of thousands displaced as Shenzhen ‘upgrades’ its urban villages

Hundreds of thousands displaced as Shenzhen ‘upgrades’ its urban villages

Anger is growing as migrant workers are being forced from their homes or face unaffordable rents for renovated housingNow retired, Xiao spends her free time picking plastic bottles out of trash. “I