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Amazon's 'ambassador' workers assure Twitter: we can go to the toilet any time

Amazon's 'ambassador' workers assure Twitter: we can go to the toilet any time

Army of fulfillment center employees jump to company’s defense online when it faces a barrage of bad pressAnxious consumers worried about the welfare of Amazon’s thousands of warehouse employees will
Jeff Sessions hits back at Trump criticism: 'DoJ won't be improperly influenced"

Jeff Sessions hits back at Trump criticism: 'DoJ won't be improperly influenced"

Attorney general defended the integrity of his department in a rare rebuttal following the president’s scathing assessmentDonald Trump has drawn a sharp rebuttal from his attorney general after he
Scott Morrison says 'Liberal party is on your side' after bitter leadership feud– politics live

Scott Morrison says 'Liberal party is on your side' after bitter leadership feud– politics live

Governor general swears in newly elected Liberal leader following the party-room vote earlier this afternoon. All the day’s politics, live 9.50am BST Paul Fletcher, a Liberal MP, is on ABC television,
No healthy level of alcohol consumption, says major study

No healthy level of alcohol consumption, says major study

Governments should consider advising people to abstain entirely, say authors Even the occasional drink is harmful to health, according to the largest and most detailed research carried out on the
Missouri to investigate potential sexual abuse in Catholic church

Missouri to investigate potential sexual abuse in Catholic church

Inquiry initially covers archdiocese of St Louis, but officials have asked bishops of the four other dioceses to cooperateMissouri is launching an investigation of potential sexual abuse in the Roman
Spacewatch: Aeolus to track the winds

Spacewatch: Aeolus to track the winds

A satellite launched by rocket from French Guiana this week will be the first to directly measure winds around the globeThe European Space Agency launched the Aeolus mission at 10.20pm BST (18:20
Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King dies aged 68

Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King dies aged 68

King, who wrote or co-wrote many of the band’s hits, including Sweet Home Alabama and Saturday Night Special, had been battling lung cancerEd King, a guitarist for the bands Strawberry Alarm Clock and
White farmers: how a far-right idea was planted in Donald Trump's mind

White farmers: how a far-right idea was planted in Donald Trump's mind

The idea that there is a ‘genocide’ of white farmers in South Africa was once the province of conspiracy theorists but, thanks to News Corp’s media promotion, it has moved into the policy realmOn
Russian trolls 'spreading discord' over vaccine safety online

Russian trolls 'spreading discord' over vaccine safety online

Study discovered several accounts, now known to belong to the same Russian trolls who interfered in the US election, tweeting about vaccinesBots and Russian trolls spread misinformation about vaccines
Brexit: Philip Hammond's £80bn no-deal warning exposes Tory rift

Brexit: Philip Hammond's £80bn no-deal warning exposes Tory rift

Leavers react as chancellor points to risks after Dominic Raab struck positive noteTory divisions over Brexit were exposed afresh on Thursday, as Philip Hammond warned that leaving the EU without a
David Pecker: Trump confidant and National Enquirer boss was given immunity in Cohen case

David Pecker: Trump confidant and National Enquirer boss was given immunity in Cohen case

The media mogul reportedly met with prosecutors as part of the inquiry into Donald Trump’s ex-lawyer, Michael CohenDavid Pecker, chief executive of the company that publishes the National Enquirer,
Ryanair: cabin baggage rule change means small suitcases no longer free

Ryanair: cabin baggage rule change means small suitcases no longer free

Airline says the changes are revenue neutral and are designed to reduce delaysRyanair will no longer let passengers take a small suitcase on its planes for free, with charges for a 10kg case to be
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe release suggests Iran is softening stance

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe release suggests Iran is softening stance

As US sanctions put European multinationals in a quandary, Tehran’s move acknowledges UK and EU supportThe former foreign secretary Boris Johnson had vowed to leave no stone unturned in his efforts to
'Crazy lefties' and 'mad witches': Peter Dutton in his own words

'Crazy lefties' and 'mad witches': Peter Dutton in his own words

From abusive texts to ruminations on the Guardian and the ABC, the would-be PM is more colourful in language than lifePeter Dutton in his own words: Continue reading...
The Guardian view on no-deal Brexit: Tory tactics make a second vote more likely | Editorial

The Guardian view on no-deal Brexit: Tory tactics make a second vote more likely | Editorial

It is increasingly clear that failure to reach a deal with the European Union on Brexit terms would be a disaster. Tory leavers should be careful what they wish forBroadly speaking, there seem to be
Kalashnikov takes on Tesla with retro-look electric 'supercar'

Kalashnikov takes on Tesla with retro-look electric 'supercar'

Russian arms maker says cutting edge elements will ensure it can take on Elon Musk’s brandThe Russian arms maker Kalashnikov has unveiled its new electric car, inspired by a rare 1970s model, saying
Yorkshire chippy's Mandarin menu proves popular with Chinese tourists

Yorkshire chippy's Mandarin menu proves popular with Chinese tourists

Advertising on Weibo and WeChat has brought Chinese diners flocking to Scotts Fish and Chips near York As a meal choice it is on the decline, losing ground to seitan burgers and poké bowls as
Thieves steal four giant tortoises from college in Dorchester

Thieves steal four giant tortoises from college in Dorchester

Police are investigating the theft of Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise and JefferyThieves broke into a college in Dorchester in the dead of night and carted four giant tortoises away in wheelbarrows,
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