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Raab accuses EU of political posturing before Johnson talks Complaints about lack of detail mask unwillingness to move position, says foreign secretaryFollow the days political developments - liveDominic Raab has set out an uncompromising UK stance before key Brexit talks, insisting the EU has been given sufficien
The Guardian | 3 hours, 13 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Trump may have already lost Iowa to the 2020 Democratic candidates over corn | Art Cullen Trumps ethanol waivers have Iowa farmer fuming, and the Democrats have come calling with cogent rural agendasYou might think that when President Trump calls in his ambassador to China they would talk about the trade war.Nope. Continue reading...
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County lines: where the drugs go, case by case From crack cocaine to heroin and from Cornwall to Cumbria, here are some of the past years most high-profile casesRevealed: surge in vulnerable children linked to UK drug gangsAirbnb and a free lunch: how county lines drug gangs lure teenagers Continue re
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Football transfer rumours: Toni Kroos to Manchester United? Todays tell-all is very calm and assured German newspaper Bild say Manchester United want to Toni Kroos from Real Madrid and are willing to pay up the thick end of 67m to make a Premier League player of the central midfielder. Despite having failed to sig
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Israel elections: why is the country going to the polls again? Voters will be asked to choose a government on Tuesday, just five months after the last general electionIsraelis are due to vote on Tuesday in an election pitting Benjamin Netanyahu, the countrys longest-ever serving prime minister, against Benny Gantz, a
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Jacqui Lambie and Rex Patrick accuse John Setka of intimidation over vote on union bill The Senate crossbenchers say they may refer the controversial unionist to the policeThe crossbench senators Rex Patrick and Jacqui Lambie have threatened to refer the controversial unionist John Setka to the police, accusing him of seeking to intimidate t
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Arsenal's Lia Wlti: 'The summer showed us what we had to work on' The Arsenal midfielder is eager for a return to action after a painful spell in which she suffered serious injuryLia Wlti is no stranger to pain. The small tattoo behind her ear, the earth with a Saturn-style ring around it, was the result of a bit of a f
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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekends action Buenda the architect of Citys bad day, Arsenal were woeful in defence and Maguire deserved better from Leicester fansThe Dozen: our pick of the weekends best picturesThe way in which Norwich turned a negative into a positive was quite something. With nigh
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Labor pursues Scott Morrison for denying 'Shanghai Sam' comment PM also faces questions over Gladys Lius alleged ties to organisations linked to the Chinese Communist party and fundraising activitiesThe prime minister, Scott Morrison, has told parliament he misheard a question from a journalist when he denied using th
The Guardian | 4 hours ago | comment? | recommend
Inheritance tax would be scrapped by the Brexit party good news for the very rich | Torsten Bell A minuscule number of wealthy people would benefit from such a move. Everyone else would be hit by higher taxesThere are bad ideas, really bad ideas, and theres abolishing inheritance tax. This is the new top priority announced by the Brexit party one of
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