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    • The People’s Vote is a cause worth marching for
      The energy is with Remain: when hundreds of thousands give up their time for peaceful protest, they are never wrongApproaching 700,000 people marched on Saturday for a People’s Vote – from London’s Marble Arch to Parliament Square. The crowd seemed endless. Yet as the marchers knew full well, they have no purchase on either a […]
    • Lewis Hamilton holds off Ferraris to seal pole position for US Grand Prix
      • Hamilton could win his fifth F1 title in Austin on Sunday• Sebastian Vettel demoted to fifth owing to grid penaltyWith qualifying reaching its climax, Lewis Hamilton’s imperious march towards his fifth Formula One title threatened to hit a bump in the road in Texas on Saturday. However, the Mercedes driver is almost unbeatable on […]
    • Former Netherlands prime minister Wim Kok dies aged 80
      Architect of consensus model oversaw legalisation of euthanasia and gay marriageWim Kok, a former Dutch prime minister who helped forge the country’s famed consensus-based politics and oversaw the pioneering legalisation of euthanasia and gay marriage, has died of heart failure at the age of 80.Kok led two centrist coalitions between 1994 and 2002, overseeing a […]
    • Trump says US will withdraw from nuclear arms treaty with Russia
      Experts warn of ‘most severe crisis in nuclear arms control since the 1980s’ as Trump confirms US will leave INF agreementDonald Trump has confirmed the US will leave an arms control treaty with Russia dating from the cold war that has kept nuclear missiles out of Europe for three decades. Related: Trump says he'd prefer […]
    • Barcelona thump Sevilla but fractured arm rules Lionel Messi out of clásico
      Lionel Messi will miss next week’s clásico against Real Madrid with a fracture in his right arm, Barcelona have announced.Messi was injured when he fell awkwardly in the first half of Saturday’s 4-2 win over Sevilla, and the Argentinian now faces three weeks out. Continue reading...
    • Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson in the goals while Juventus lose 100% record
      Sancho sparks Dortmund rout, Nelson hits two for HoffenheimJuve slip up at home to Genoa, Henry loses first Monaco gameJadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson were among the goals on Saturday as the exciting English teenagers continued to impress in the Bundesliga.Sancho put Borussia Dortmund on course for a 4-0 win at lowly Stuttgart to maintain […]
    • Republicans break ranks with Trump over Saudi dissident’s death
      Senator calls account of Jamal Khashoggi’s demise in fist fight ‘bizarre’Scorn and disbelief at Saudi Arabia’s official explanation of the death of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi mounted over the weekend, despite US president Donald Trump dubbing Riyadh’s belated confession that he had died “credible”.Speaking to reporters in Nevada, Trump said that it was possible that […]
    • Almost 700,000 march to demand ‘people’s vote’ on Brexit deal
      Huge London demonstration was largest since the protest against the Iraq war in 2003The centre of London ground to a halt as an estimated 700,000 people from all over the UK marched peacefully on parliament to demand a second referendum on Brexit. It was the biggest outpouring of public opposition to government policy since the […]
    • Alex Lewington’s late try adds gloss to Saracens’ routine win over Lyon
      • Saracens 29-10 Lyon• Maro Itoje opens scoring as Saracens make it two wins from twoThis is no time to be sniffy if you are an Englishman in Europe, so two wins from two for Saracens, English flag-bearers, is on balance an achievement to celebrate. But the faithful of north London remained largely in their […]
    • Trafficking drama Joy wins best film award at London film festival
      Jury calls director Sudabeh Mortezai’s film a ‘devastating portrait of resilience’Joy, a “raw, fresh view” of sex trafficking across Europe, has scooped the London film festival’s award for best film. The drama, from the Austrian director Sudabeh Mortezai, follows the difficult life of a young Nigerian woman, Joy, who works on the street to pay […]
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