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Justin Trudeau refuses to resign over claims officials interfered in bribery prosecution

Justin Trudeau refuses to resign over claims officials interfered in bribery prosecution

Jody Wilson-Raybould: I was ‘barraged’ by senior officialsFormer justice minister testifies on Canadian bribery scandalPM says staff acted properlyCanadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has rejected
Scientists stunned by discovery of 'semi-identical' twins

Scientists stunned by discovery of 'semi-identical' twins

Boy and girl, now four, are only the second case of ‘sesquizygotic’ twins recordedA pair of twins have stunned researchers after it emerged that they are neither identical nor fraternal – but
Class action win opens door for remote communities to sue NT for housing neglect

Class action win opens door for remote communities to sue NT for housing neglect

Santa Teresa residents – one of whom had blocked toilet and leaking shower for 269 days – awarded compensationDozens of Aboriginal communities could sue the Northern Territory government for millions
Man charged with murder of missing student Joy Morgan

Man charged with murder of missing student Joy Morgan

Ajibola Shogbamimu, 40, from north London, is due to appear at Hatfield remand courtA man has been charged with murder in connection with the disappearance of Hertfordshire University student Joy
Vatican opens investigation that could lead to George Pell being defrocked

Vatican opens investigation that could lead to George Pell being defrocked

The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith will examine Pell’s case in the light of his conviction for child sexual assaultThe Vatican is opening its own investigation into accusations against
May avoids fresh Brexit defeat after climbdown on citizens' rights

May avoids fresh Brexit defeat after climbdown on citizens' rights

Costa amendment passed after its proposer is sacked, while Labour amendment failsThe government has bowed to MPs’ pressure over the post-Brexit rights of EU citizens and reaffirmed pledges to give the
IT systems to run UK borders 'may not be ready for no-deal Brexit'

IT systems to run UK borders 'may not be ready for no-deal Brexit'

National Audit Office warns of lack of Brexit preparations at UK border and by tradersSix out of eight critical IT systems required to allow the UK’s borders to function under a no-deal Brexit are in
Labour splits exposed as MP is suspended over antisemitism remarks

Labour splits exposed as MP is suspended over antisemitism remarks

Top official reverses initial decision not to suspend Chris Williamson after pressure from within partyLabour’s deep divisions over antisemitism were exposed afresh on Wednesday, after the party’s top
Morning mail: Michael Cohen unloads, Pell fallout, Morrison's energy pivot

Morning mail: Michael Cohen unloads, Pell fallout, Morrison's energy pivot

Thursday: Trump’s former fixer gives riveting testimony to Congress. Plus: anger and regret as cardinal goes to jail Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and
May to offer workers' rights pledges to gain Labour Brexit support

May to offer workers' rights pledges to gain Labour Brexit support

Prime minister expected to offer greater guarantees, including over future EU rules Theresa May is to formally announce a series of new pledges on workers’ rights and the easing of trade union
Nine jailed after girls subjected to 'appalling catalogue' of abuse

Nine jailed after girls subjected to 'appalling catalogue' of abuse

Men given sentences of up to 20 years for sexual abuse of two girls placed in care homeNine men have been given jail sentences of up to 20 years by a judge who heard how two girls suffered an
Key moments from Michael Cohen's explosive testimony – video

Key moments from Michael Cohen's explosive testimony – video

From his business dealings with Russia to illegal hush money for adult film star Stormy Daniels – watch the highlights from former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's blockbuster testimony to congressDonald
Michael Cohen's explosive allegations suggest danger for Trump on two fronts

Michael Cohen's explosive allegations suggest danger for Trump on two fronts

Trump’s ex-fixer hints Mueller may have proof of coordination with Russia and again alleges campaign finance violationsSupport the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contributionMichael Cohen
Nicaragua releases prisoners before crisis talks with opposition

Nicaragua releases prisoners before crisis talks with opposition

Dozens arrested during protests last year are freedTalks with business, students and opposition aim to end crisisThe Nicaraguan government has released dozens of people arrested in last year’s
Trump-Kim summit proves to be more of a remake than a sequel

Trump-Kim summit proves to be more of a remake than a sequel

Like most theatrical reboots, the strain in keeping things the same in Vietnam highlighted the small way things changedTrump and Kim meet in Hanoi - live updatesDonald Trump vowed that his second
India demands safe return of pilot shot down by Pakistan over Kashmir

India demands safe return of pilot shot down by Pakistan over Kashmir

Delhi angered by ‘vulgar display’ of wing commander in bloodied uniform by IslamabadIndia has called for the safe and immediate return of a fighter pilot seized by Pakistan after being shot down
Glastonbury festival bans plastic bottles

Glastonbury festival bans plastic bottles

Music festival will no longer sell single-use plastic water bottles in bid to cut wasteWith its sea of discarded tents and litter-strewn fields, Glastonbury has become almost as infamous for the
The Kid and The Choirboy – the harrowing story of George Pell's victims

The Kid and The Choirboy – the harrowing story of George Pell's victims

In this extract from Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell, one boy’s family tell Louise Milligan the cataclysmic effect abuse had on himThis is the story of two teenage boys sent on scholarships
Who will pull India and Pakistan back from the edge this time?

Who will pull India and Pakistan back from the edge this time?

The US has usually been the decisive voice of calm, but its influence has waned under TrumpDuring previous bouts of militarised aggression between India and Pakistan, US presidents used personal
Rotten Tomatoes rescues Captain Marvel from review trolls

Rotten Tomatoes rescues Captain Marvel from review trolls

The reviews aggregator has stopped comments being posted before a film’s release date after Brie Larson’s forthcoming movie attracted hostility for having a female leadRotten Tomatoes is fighting back