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Monday briefing: NHS at 70 – MPs urged to 'think big'

Monday briefing: NHS at 70 – MPs urged to 'think big'

Whitehall spending chief calls for more at-home care ... EU students to get loan deals after Brexit ... ‘artificial ovary’ gives hope for post-cancer pregnancy Good morning all, Alison Rourke here to
Japan faces backlash over push to resume 'cruel' commercial whaling

Japan faces backlash over push to resume 'cruel' commercial whaling

Japanese officials want to water down voting rules and allow hunting of whale species with ‘healthy’ numbersJapan has set itself on a diplomatic collision course with Australia and other anti-whaling
Inquest into killing of London academic gets under way

Inquest into killing of London academic gets under way

Coroner to examine death of Jeroen Ensink, who was killed by a mentally ill student The widow of academic Dr Jeroen Ensink, 41, who was stabbed to death as he posted cards to friends announcing the
Slam from Sudan: how Emtithal Mahmoud shook the world

Slam from Sudan: how Emtithal Mahmoud shook the world

She has debated with presidents, been comforted by the Dalai Lama, and been called one of the world’s most inspiring women – but it’s as a poet that Emtithal Mahmoud truly shinesEmtithal Mahmoud was
Jacinda Ardern welcomes new welfare reforms from the sofa with new baby

Jacinda Ardern welcomes new welfare reforms from the sofa with new baby

Prime minister, who is on six weeks’ maternity leave, says families package is her proudest achievement so farJacinda Ardern has welcomed sweeping government reform for families in a , cradling her
Witness K scandal: decision to charge Timor-Leste bugging whistleblower was 'independent'

Witness K scandal: decision to charge Timor-Leste bugging whistleblower was 'independent'

Attorney general Christian Porter refuses to detail why he approved prosecution of former spyThe attorney general has refused to elaborate on why he approved the prosecution of a former spy who
'It stinks': Twitter gets wind of oddly named Trump tariff bill draft

'It stinks': Twitter gets wind of oddly named Trump tariff bill draft

Leaked Fart Act draft reportedly suggests US abandons WTO rules A report that Donald Trump is looking to walk away from the World Trade Organisation and instead adopt a United States Fair and
Mexico election: historic landslide victory for leftist Amlo

Mexico election: historic landslide victory for leftist Amlo

Baseball-loving nationalist who counts Jeremy Corbyn as a friend will be the new presidentA baseball-loving left-wing nationalist who has vowed to crack down on corruption, rein in Mexico’s war on
Zlatko Sikorsky faces additional 16 charges over Larissa Beilby's alleged murder

Zlatko Sikorsky faces additional 16 charges over Larissa Beilby's alleged murder

Body-in-the barrel murder accused also facing torture and deprivation of liberty charges Police in Queensland have laid an additional 16 charges on the body-in-the-barrel murder accused Zlatko
Shorten's original decision to scrap tax cuts supported by voters, poll finds

Shorten's original decision to scrap tax cuts supported by voters, poll finds

Newspoll finds Labor leader’s now-abandoned decision was supported by 52% of votersThe latest Newspoll shows voters supported Bill Shorten’s original decision to scrap the legislated tax cuts for
Bus services in 'crisis' as councils cut funding, campaigners warn

Bus services in 'crisis' as councils cut funding, campaigners warn

Government urged to act as report shows council funding has almost halved since 2010Campaigners have called for the government to act to help dwindling bus services, as a report showed council funding
'Artificial ovary' could help women conceive after chemotherapy

'Artificial ovary' could help women conceive after chemotherapy

Development could allow women to have children after fertility-damaging treatmentsDoctors have made an “artificial ovary” from human tissue and eggs in a bid to help women have children after cancer
Ocasio-Cortez politics will not win in Midwest, says Duckworth

Ocasio-Cortez politics will not win in Midwest, says Duckworth

After stunning primary upset in New York, Illinois senator cautions party that democratic socialism will not work nationallyAs Democrats calibrate their political messaging in advance of the November
Idaho: nine hurt in stabbing rampage at three-year-old girl's birthday party

Idaho: nine hurt in stabbing rampage at three-year-old girl's birthday party

Suspect charged after six children and three adults hurtApartment complex in Boise houses many refugeesPolice in Boise, Idaho said the suspect in a mass stabbing that injured nine people on Saturday
Merkel and Seehofer make last-ditch bid for migration compromise

Merkel and Seehofer make last-ditch bid for migration compromise

German government in peril after chancellor’s coalition partner rejected EU deal Angela Merkel is due to meet her rebellious hardline interior minister, Horst Seehofer, on Monday afternoon for a
Italian minister aims to unite European nationalist parties

Italian minister aims to unite European nationalist parties

Matteo Salvini, leader of the far-right League, wants to bring together ‘all the free and sovereign movements’The Italian interior minister and leader of the far-right League, Matteo Salvini, said on
Trump to delay signing Nafta deal until after midterm elections

Trump to delay signing Nafta deal until after midterm elections

Move aimed at reaching a better deal with Canada and MexicoUS and Canada in tit-for-tat dispute over Trump’s tariffsDonald Trump intends to delay signing a revised version of the North American Free
Arson fears after new woodland fire begins in Lancashire

Arson fears after new woodland fire begins in Lancashire

Group spotted running away from blaze at Healey Nab, as firefighters battle existing moorland fires across Greater ManchesterA group of youths were spotted running away from a new woodland blaze in
Clickbait and gotcha moments: how political conflict became a commodity | Katharine Murphy

Clickbait and gotcha moments: how political conflict became a commodity | Katharine Murphy

In this extract from On Disruption, Katharine Murphy looks at the demise of thoughtful long-term policy making and the ‘new, now’ news cycleConflict is not a new commodity in news. It’s always been
Saudi Arabia decries all forms of torture | Letter

Saudi Arabia decries all forms of torture | Letter

Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UK, Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud, responds to an article about the UN special rapporteur’s report on the countryRe your article on the report of the UN special