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British wildlife park owner mauled by lion in South Africa

British wildlife park owner mauled by lion in South Africa

Mike Hodge injured in jaw and neck after being attacked at Marakele animal sanctuaryA British wildlife park owner has been mauled by a male lion in South Africa after entering its enclosure.Mike Hodge
Labor leftwingers claim 'trickery' in contest for party president

Labor leftwingers claim 'trickery' in contest for party president

Mich-Elle Myers has entered field to peel votes away from Mark Butler, some party figures saySenior left faction players in Labor are agitated about what they see as a plan to undermine the
How Labour and Tory duo teamed up to win tax haven U-turn

How Labour and Tory duo teamed up to win tax haven U-turn

Pragmatism and parliamentary know-how came up trumps for Margaret Hodge and Andrew MitchellMargaret Hodge and Andrew Mitchell were quick to recognise they could succeed in forcing the government to
Founder of pro-Brexit think​tank has link with Russian intelligence, MP says

Founder of pro-Brexit think​tank has link with Russian intelligence, MP says

MP Bob Seely uses parliamentary privilege to claim billionaire Christopher Chandler was ‘object of interest’ to French intelligenceA Conservative MP has claimed that a billionaire who founded an
The Guardian view on press freedom: a connective tissue of society | Editorial

The Guardian view on press freedom: a connective tissue of society | Editorial

Journalists defy dangers because they understand that their role is a necessary check on the ambition and vanity of the rich and powerful. Protecting reporters has never been so necessaryTen
Tree-cutting helps trains the run on time and is vital for safety | Letters

Tree-cutting helps trains the run on time and is vital for safety | Letters

Network Rail’s Kevin Groves defends the company’s practice, but other readers deplore the loss of ‘green corridors’Your article on tree-felling by the railway (‘Mile after mile of stumps’: anger at
Netanyahu's theatrics help push Trump towards Iran deal withdrawal

Netanyahu's theatrics help push Trump towards Iran deal withdrawal

The White House seized on the Israeli PM’s dubious show-and-tell despite opposition from European allies desperate to keep the JCPOA afloatIf the reports are true, it was the heist of the century.
Wild wolf shot and killed in Denmark

Wild wolf shot and killed in Denmark

As wild wolves return to Europe, one of the first wolves to settle in Denmark has been shot dead in an incident captured on film One of the first wild wolves to roam free in Denmark for 200 years has
Calgary: man's body found trapped behind women's toilet in shopping mall

Calgary: man's body found trapped behind women's toilet in shopping mall

Corpse found after complaint of non-flushing toilet at Core mallCanadian police say cause of death unknown pending autopsyPolice in Canada are investigating after a maintenance worker found the body
May Day in a minute: from protests to morris dancing – video

May Day in a minute: from protests to morris dancing – video

From morris dancing in Sussex, England, to the annual Labour Day march in Hong Kong, people around the world have traditionally used May Day to protest and celebrate. In parts of Europe, the holiday
Never felt more like singing the blues: Gibson guitar firm files for bankruptcy

Never felt more like singing the blues: Gibson guitar firm files for bankruptcy

The maker of a cherished rock mainstay is seeking bankruptcy protection after diversification led to ‘devastating’ financial fall Related: Not a rock guitar solo to be heard as Grammys embrace women
I marched with a migrant caravan, Donald Trump has it all wrong | Levi Vonk

I marched with a migrant caravan, Donald Trump has it all wrong | Levi Vonk

The caravans are a product of militarized borders and increased deportations, not the cause of them. Marching migrants are not part of a hostile take over, but rather the effect of one. Picture this:
MPs threaten Mark Zuckerberg with summons over Facebook data

MPs threaten Mark Zuckerberg with summons over Facebook data

Parliament may formally call CEO to face Cambridge Analytica questions next time he is in UK MPs have threatened to issue Mark Zuckerberg with a formal summons to appear in front of parliament when he
Relic claimed to be bone from St Clement rescued from the bin

Relic claimed to be bone from St Clement rescued from the bin

Fragment linked to pope martyred almost 2,000 years ago found after rubbish collection run in central London A small leather case containing a fragment of bone claimed to be a relic of St Clement, a
Europeans cast doubt on Israel's claims about Iran nuclear breaches

Europeans cast doubt on Israel's claims about Iran nuclear breaches

EU governments stand by 2015 deal with Tehran after presentation by NetanyahuEuropean leaders have pushed back against Israel’s claims that it has new evidence showing that Iran is breaching the
Cardinal George Pell trial a 'turning point',  says survivors' rights group

Cardinal George Pell trial a 'turning point', says survivors' rights group

Question in Rome is now whether Pope Francis is prepared to take tougher action against accused priests A survivors’ rights group has hailed as a “turning point” an Australian magistrate’s ruling
Myanmar army killing civilians in escalating conflict in Kachin, warns UN

Myanmar army killing civilians in escalating conflict in Kachin, warns UN

Rights envoy sounds alarm on rising hostilities in state, amid reports of military blocking aid supplies, ‘which may amount to war crime’ The UN’s human rights expert for Myanmar has raised alarm over
Theresa May 'blocking requests' to allow in more overseas doctors for NHS

Theresa May 'blocking requests' to allow in more overseas doctors for NHS

Downing St defends immigration policy after May accused of refusing to allow visas for doctors to relieve NHS shortagesDowning Street has insisted it stands by the government’s strict immigration
May Day rallies around the world – in pictures

May Day rallies around the world – in pictures

Demonstrators take to the streets on 1 May 2018 to celebrate workers and push for improved labour rights Continue reading...
Police violence: 'rapid response' group formed to fight for victims' families

Police violence: 'rapid response' group formed to fight for victims' families

Exclusive: The new organization, Justice Teams Network, will support victims’ families in handling legal battles and false claims by policeThe officers pulled Caesar Cruz over for a broken tail light,