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UK weather: warning of ice as temperatures fall further

UK weather: warning of ice as temperatures fall further

Met Office issues alert over icy roads and pavements after snow and sleet showers hit UKWinter is expected to tighten its grip on the UK after widespread snow and sleet showers on Tuesday.Wednesday is
Aya Nakamura: afropop's reluctant face of empowerment

Aya Nakamura: afropop's reluctant face of empowerment

Her songs have been hailed as anthems against sexual violence, but the French star insists she has more personal goals in sightWith its sweet melody over a beat made for couples’ dancing, Aya
Crime compensation scheme traumatising survivors, report finds

Crime compensation scheme traumatising survivors, report finds

‘Unethical’ Westminster claims process can re-trigger trauma, says victims’ commissioner Survivors of violent crime are being re-traumatised by the government’s compensation body, according to a
Davos 2019: Prince William says mental health stigma must end - live

Davos 2019: Prince William says mental health stigma must end - live

Rolling coverage of the second day of the World Economic Forum, as Shinzo Abe, Angela Merkel and Wang Qishan all speak, and Prince William discusses mental health William: Wartime Brits repressed
Woman who defied Indian temple ban 'shunned' by family

Woman who defied Indian temple ban 'shunned' by family

Kanakadurga, 39, allegedly beaten and ousted from home for entering Sabarimala shrineA woman who defied violent protests to worship at a centuries-old south Indian shrine that banned females of
Emiliano Sala: little hope player and pilot are alive, say rescuers

Emiliano Sala: little hope player and pilot are alive, say rescuers

Police to decide on Thursday whether to keep searching, as pilot is named as Dave IbbotsonRescuers fear that there is little hope of finding the footballer Emiliano Sala and an experienced pilot alive
Mike Pence backs Venezuelan protesters seeking to oust President Nicolás Maduro  – video

Mike Pence backs Venezuelan protesters seeking to oust President Nicolás Maduro – video

Mike Pence, the US vice-president, has issued a video message offering the country's ’unwavering support’ to Venezuelans protesting against President Nicolás Maduro. ‘We stand with you, and we will
Celebrity social media influencers pledge to change way they post

Celebrity social media influencers pledge to change way they post

Clampdown on stars being paid for endorsing products without disclosing firm rewards themMore than a dozen celebrities, including Alexa Chung and Ellie Goulding, have pledged to change the way they
Water crisis: western NSW mayors travel to Sydney to demand help

Water crisis: western NSW mayors travel to Sydney to demand help

Five mayors warn their towns could run out of water within weeks and call for their needs to be prioritised over irrigatorsThe mayors of several western New South Wales councils have warned their
Inside China's leading 'sponge city': Wuhan's war with water

Inside China's leading 'sponge city': Wuhan's war with water

The next 15 megacities #9: Known as ‘the city of a hundred lakes’ until most got paved over, Wuhan has a flooding problem. Can permeable pavements and artificial wetlands soak it up?Take a stroll down
MPs pass counter-terror bill amendments to protect aid workers

MPs pass counter-terror bill amendments to protect aid workers

Move follows calls to exempt people working in conflict zones from bill that would make it an offence to visit terror hotspotsMPs have passed amendments to the government’s latest counter-terrorism
UK has biggest fossil fuel subsidies in the EU, finds commission

UK has biggest fossil fuel subsidies in the EU, finds commission

Subsidies for coal, oil and gas are not falling despite EU pledges to tackle climate change The UK leads the European Union in giving subsidies to fossil fuels, according to a report from the European
Tired of dark fields and jeering men: the bride who led a 'toilet revolution' | Amrit Dhillon

Tired of dark fields and jeering men: the bride who led a 'toilet revolution' | Amrit Dhillon

Komal Hadala’s hellish treks to relieve herself inspired a campaign that left her Indian village flushed with successThe day after her wedding, Komal Hadala was shaken awake at 4am by her
Faking it: how selfie dysmorphia is driving people to seek surgery

Faking it: how selfie dysmorphia is driving people to seek surgery

Filters have never been more prevalent – and it’s leading some people to have fillers, Botox and other procedures. What’s behind the obsessive pursuit of a flawless look? People used to call Anika the
‘Onslaught of outrage’: resistance and activism reawaken in Trump era

‘Onslaught of outrage’: resistance and activism reawaken in Trump era

Two years since his inauguration, millions of Americans have built on recent movements such as Black Lives Matter to rally, march and strike against the presidentFor 125 days last year, Ashley Weitz
Brazil reveals plans to privatize key stretches of Amazon highways

Brazil reveals plans to privatize key stretches of Amazon highways

Jair Bolsonaro plans to overhaul country’s transportation infrastructure despite concerns of increased deforestation on the Trans-Amazonian highwayBrazil’s new government has unveiled plans to
Naomi Osaka sponsor apologises for 'whitewashing' tennis star in ad

Naomi Osaka sponsor apologises for 'whitewashing' tennis star in ad

Noodle company Nissin says it will ‘pay more attention to diversity issues in the future’One of Naomi Osaka’s sponsors has been forced to apologise after depicting the Japanese tennis star, who is
Lachlan Murdoch denies father Rupert ever said Malcolm Turnbull has 'got to go'

Lachlan Murdoch denies father Rupert ever said Malcolm Turnbull has 'got to go'

News Corp co-chairman says Rupert Murdoch ‘definitely never said’ that adding, his ‘mind doesn’t work like that’ Lachlan Murdoch has categorically denied his father ever said that Malcolm Turnbull had
Usain Bolt gives up on football dream, saying his 'sports life is over'

Usain Bolt gives up on football dream, saying his 'sports life is over'

Bolt trialled with Australian side Central Coast Mariners 32-year-old says he ‘really enjoyed just being in a team’Usain Bolt has given up on his dream of becoming a professional footballer, saying
Wollombi music festival bans Wicked Camper vans over 'misogynistic' slogans

Wollombi music festival bans Wicked Camper vans over 'misogynistic' slogans

Organisers say ‘disrespecting and degrading women isn’t funny or libertine, it’s just disgraceful’, and they hope other festivals follow suitWollombi music festival in northern New South Wales has