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Children of Grenfell victim refused visa extensions for inquiry

Children of Grenfell victim refused visa extensions for inquiry

Lawyers challenge Home Office failure to grant visas to children of Grenfell fire victimThe Home Office has failed to grant visa extensions to allow the children of a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire
Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots

Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots

Police chiefs express concern about plans to deploy officers across UK to contain protestsPolice are planning the biggest mobilisation of officers since the 2011 riots as thousands of people in the UK
Italian Catholic priests go to war with Salvini over immigration

Italian Catholic priests go to war with Salvini over immigration

As far-right League party’s xenophobic rhetoric spreads across the country, priests call for toleranceGianfranco Formenton, a priest in Italy’s central Umbria region who has long preached against
The man who paves India's roads with old plastic

The man who paves India's roads with old plastic

Indian chemistry professor shows that repurposed plastic can be good for the environment At 73, Dr Rajagopalan Vasudevan is roughly as old as the mass production of plastic. But that is not the reason
Intercaste marriages and grooms who pay their way: welcome to the new India

Intercaste marriages and grooms who pay their way: welcome to the new India

Survey of young people shows traditions surrounding caste and hierarchy falling by the wayside as technology redefines attitudes Greater openness to intercaste marriage and an increased willingness
Eight boys now freed after day two of rescue effort – as it happened

Eight boys now freed after day two of rescue effort – as it happened

Head of operation in Tham Luang caves in northern Thailand tells press conference rescuers are getting faster in efforts to free boys and their coachLive coverage of the Thai cave rescue continues
University funding could be tied to maths and science teaching push

University funding could be tied to maths and science teaching push

Education minister Simon Birmingham signals government could use funding to address falling numbers in school maths and scienceThe federal government could use funding agreements with Australian
May reshuffles her pack after high-profile resignations over Brexit approach – as it happened

May reshuffles her pack after high-profile resignations over Brexit approach – as it happened

Follow live updates of May’s reshuffle after Boris Johnson followed David Davis in stepping down over BrexitFull report: Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretaryDominic Raab appointed new Brexit
Mysterious source of illegal ozone-killing emissions revealed, say investigators

Mysterious source of illegal ozone-killing emissions revealed, say investigators

On-the-ground investigation finds use of banned CFC-11 is rife in China’s plastic foam industryA mysterious surge in emissions of an illegal ozone-destroying chemical has been tracked down to plastic
Wiltshire poisoning: what we know so far

Wiltshire poisoning: what we know so far

How the incident unfolded after a couple were hospitalised following exposure to nerve agent novichokTwo people in their 40s fall ill at a property in Muggleton Road in Amesbury, about eight miles to
Sleep deprived: a third of Australians 'suffering social jetlag'

Sleep deprived: a third of Australians 'suffering social jetlag'

Continually tired people are more likely to go to work when they’re sick, study findsAlmost one in three Australians suffers “social jet lag”, according to a researcher seeking an inquiry into the
Morning mail: Four boys freed from cave in Thailand

Morning mail: Four boys freed from cave in Thailand

Monday: Rescue efforts will resume for eight boys still trapped. Plus: woman exposed to novichok in UK diesGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on
UK woman dies after being exposed to nerve agent novichok

UK woman dies after being exposed to nerve agent novichok

Police launch murder inquiry after death of Dawn Sturgess, who was taken ill last weekend A woman who was exposed to the nerve agent novichok in Amesbury, Wiltshire, has died in hospital. The
Trump administration's opposition to breastfeeding resolution sparks outrage

Trump administration's opposition to breastfeeding resolution sparks outrage

US delegation to the World Health Assembly reportedly deployed threats to try to browbeat nations into backing off the resolutionAdvocates for improved nutrition for babies have expressed outrage over
Theresa May to face down Eurosceptic MPs over Brexit plan

Theresa May to face down Eurosceptic MPs over Brexit plan

PM urges unity behind soft Brexit plan as MPs threaten potential leadership contestTheresa May will face down angry Eurosceptic Conservative MPs on Monday as she urges both them and the country to
'Haunted' Boris Johnson toes the soft Brexit line – for now

'Haunted' Boris Johnson toes the soft Brexit line – for now

Pro-Brexit Tories feel let down by foreign secretary and Michael Gove after plan unveiledOver the last few weeks Boris Johnson has, according to his friends, acquired a “haunted” air, as the
Nicaragua president attacks 'coup-mongers' in speech

Nicaragua president attacks 'coup-mongers' in speech

Daniel Ortega, who was democratically elected in 2006, has faced 11 weeks of revoltNicaragua’s embattled president has attacked the “hate-sowing coup-mongers” he claimed were trying to topple him, and
UK heatwave to last another week as water warnings issued

UK heatwave to last another week as water warnings issued

Temperatures in Britain forecast to dip from Monday but stay well above averageBritain’s longest heatwave in five years is to last for another week, with water companies urging people to be sparing in
Matt Canavan defends infrastructure fund after claims oversight is 'severely inadequate'

Matt Canavan defends infrastructure fund after claims oversight is 'severely inadequate'

Committee concluded Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility needed greater transparencyThe man in charge of the facility that was designed to turn northern Australia into an economic powerhouse has
Battle lines drawn over abortion ahead of Trump's supreme court pick

Battle lines drawn over abortion ahead of Trump's supreme court pick

In the increasingly acrimonious dispute the two political sides took to talk shows at the start of what promises to be an epic tussle over seat Battle lines have been drawn over the future of abortion