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Campaign for second Brexit vote seeks support beyond capital

Campaign for second Brexit vote seeks support beyond capital

People’s Vote roadshow will try to show public that remainers are not part of establishmentCampaigners for a second referendum will hold the first of a series of events outside London on Saturday to
Floods sweep away caravan in southern France - video

Floods sweep away caravan in southern France - video

In a video shared online by Dutch holidaymakers, a caravan is swept away by the raging Cèze River in Saint-André-de-Roquepertuis. About 1,600 people were evacuated from campsites in three regions on
Man admits terror plot aiming to kill 100 people on London's Oxford Street

Man admits terror plot aiming to kill 100 people on London's Oxford Street

Lewis Ludlow pledged allegiance to Isis and planned a van attack in central LondonA man has pleaded guilty to a terrorist plot to drive a van into shoppers outside a Disney store on Oxford Street in
‘The lost cause’: the women’s group still battling for the Confederate

‘The lost cause’: the women’s group still battling for the Confederate

The United Daughters of the Confederacy, a 124-year-old organization, are aiming to stop the removal of Confederate statues as protests persist On a glorious, late spring day, Maya Little strode

The best answer to Holocaust denial is getting the facts right | Letters

Professor Eve Rosenhaft of the University of Liverpool writes to correct a historical error in a piece about the vandalising of Elie Wiesel’s house in RomaniaThe article on the defacement of Elie
Zimbabwe opposition politician says he was illegally abducted from Zambia

Zimbabwe opposition politician says he was illegally abducted from Zambia

Tendai Biti claims heavily armed masked men forced him to return across the borderA senior opposition politician forcibly returned to Zimbabwe after being refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia has
Who is Omarosa, the former Trump aide turned leading detractor?

Who is Omarosa, the former Trump aide turned leading detractor?

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who attacks the president in a brutal memoir, rose to prominence on The Apprentice and reportedly fell out with John KellyOmarosa Manigault Newman once memorably declared:
Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved

Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved

Home Office told one woman to seek charity help to feed her child while waiting for newsWindrush citizens who have had their lives turned upside down by a harsh government policy that wrongly targeted
Turkey's economic crisis deepens as Trump doubles tariffs

Turkey's economic crisis deepens as Trump doubles tariffs

US president has tweeted that ‘our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!’ Turkey’s unfolding economic crisis has deepened further after Donald Trump announced he was doubling US import
Campers take shelter in schools after floods hit France

Campers take shelter in schools after floods hit France

Search continues for missing man in Gard, and camper in Denmark injured during storm Holidaymakers have been affected by storms in France and northern Europe as rivers burst their banks, washing over
Argentina’s women have not been beaten on abortion – change will come | Claudia Piñeiro

Argentina’s women have not been beaten on abortion – change will come | Claudia Piñeiro

The ‘senadores percha’ who voted against legalisation have won a hollow victory but cannot stand in the way of progressArgentina’s senators could not understand what was being debated: legal abortion
Ben Stokes denies claim he 'lost all control' in Bristol brawl

Ben Stokes denies claim he 'lost all control' in Bristol brawl

England cricketer charged with affray over street fight insists he was not ‘really very drunk’ Ben Stokes has denied that CCTV footage of him brawling in a Bristol street showed “an angry man who has
Parker Solar Probe: last-minute hitch delays flight to the sun

Parker Solar Probe: last-minute hitch delays flight to the sun

US space agency postpones launch of fastest object ever made on journey to Earth’s nearest star A last-minute technical problem has delayed Nasa’s unprecedented flight to the sun.Saturday’s launch
Philip Hammond urges EU to accept Theresa May's Brexit plan

Philip Hammond urges EU to accept Theresa May's Brexit plan

Chancellor says Chequers white paper lets UK remain linked to EU economy in way that works for both sidesThe British chancellor, Philip Hammond, has called on Brussels to accept Theresa May’s Brexit
Tulsi Gabbard: how a progressive rising star is a paradox for the left

Tulsi Gabbard: how a progressive rising star is a paradox for the left

The Hawaii congresswoman is backed by Bernie Sanders, but her controversial opinions have some progressives miffed Tulsi Gabbard, an Iraq War veteran who made history in 2012 as the first Hindu
UN must not lose funding over sexual harassment, alleged victim warns

UN must not lose funding over sexual harassment, alleged victim warns

Steve Lee, who has accused UN Women adviser Ravi Karkara of misconduct, calls on member states to fund urgent reformA policy advocate who made allegations of sexual misconduct against a senior UN
Canada: police name officers killed in Fredericton shooting

Canada: police name officers killed in Fredericton shooting

Lawrence Robert Costello and Sara Mae Burns among four people who died in shooting that took place just after 7am FridayFour people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in the
Nine-year-old chess prodigy told he can stay in UK

Nine-year-old chess prodigy told he can stay in UK

Shreyas Royal’s father says son ecstatic after Home Office reverses visa decision A nine-year-old chess prodigy has been told he does not have to leave the UK when his father’s work visa expires, a
Woman held in Dubai with daughter after drinking wine on flight

Woman held in Dubai with daughter after drinking wine on flight

Dentist says she was detained and had passport confiscated after having one glass of wineA woman was detained in Dubai for three days with her four-year-old daughter after drinking a complimentary
Police in Germany rescue man being chased by baby squirrel

Police in Germany rescue man being chased by baby squirrel

Officers in Karlsruhe arrive to find man unable to shake off tiny rodentGerman police have rescued a man after he called for help saying a baby squirrel would not leave him alone.Emergency services