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Tens of thousands from Italy's 'sardines' movement demonstrate against Matteo Salvini

19/01/2020 • 19:04 UK The Telegraph  

China launches bid to phase out single-use plastics

19/01/2020 • 18:58 UK The Telegraph  

Houthi rebels kill at least 70 soldiers in Yemen after attack on mosque

19/01/2020 • 18:54 UK The Telegraph  

Austrian hamlet besieged by selfie-taking tourists considers code of conduct and cap on visitors

19/01/2020 • 18:46 UK The Telegraph  

Boris Johnson tells Putin there will be no normalisation of UK-Russia relationship until 'destabilising activity' ends

19/01/2020 • 18:42 UK The Independent  

Prime minister warns Russian leader that Salisbury attack 'must not be …

Brexit: Boris Johnson to impose new restrictions on EU immigration two years earlier than planned

19/01/2020 • 17:50 UK The Independent  

Labour describes proposals as 'ill-informed and …

If A&E targets shame the Tories, the solution is not to scrap them | Letters

19/01/2020 • 17:08 UK The Guardian  

Readers respond to the news that the health secretary, Matt Hancock, wants to abolish NHS targets for A&E waiting times If the government decides to …

Adoption is not always best for children | Letter

19/01/2020 • 16:59 UK The Guardian  

Prof Brid Featherstone and Prof Anna Gupta believe adoption is too stark in its severance of the legal relationship between those adopted and their …

Extinction Rebellion listed as 'key threat' by counter-terror police

19/01/2020 • 16:08 UK The Guardian  

Awareness training across London led to ‘intelligence’ tip-offs, according to report A police force in London labelled Extinction Rebellion one of …

From depression to dementia, inflammation is medicine’s new frontier | Edward Bullmore

19/01/2020 • 15:51 UK The Guardian  

The barrier between mind and body appears to be crumbling. Clinical practice and public perception need to catch up Unlikely as it may seem, …

MPs call for unlimited fines for electoral law breaches to stem flow of 'dirty money and dodgy data'

19/01/2020 • 15:43 UK The Independent  

Fines seen by some donors as 'just the cost of doing business', says electoral …

Rail firms sue government over franchise bids

19/01/2020 • 15:10 UK The Guardian  

Stagecoach among operators disqualified from bidding for franchises over pensions A high court battle pitting rail operators against the government …

Grit Orchestra/Celtic connections review – filmic fusion from an 80-strong band

19/01/2020 • 14:54 UK The Guardian  

Royal Concert Hall; City Halls, Glasgow Greg Lawson’s boisterous ensemble celebrate freedom and the Declaration of Arbroath while US duo Béla Fleck …

PM to address US diplomats’ driving after near miss at base where Harry Dunn died

19/01/2020 • 14:42 UK The Guardian  

Footage emerges of suspected US car driving on wrong side of road near RAF Croughton Boris Johnson will raise concerns with the US secretary of state …

Hull asks to be first UK city to trial universal basic income

19/01/2020 • 14:25 UK The Guardian  

Under proposal, every adult would get between £50 and £100 a week regardless of income Hull wants to become the first UK city to test a weekly …

Lord Maclennan of Rogart obituary

19/01/2020 • 13:13 UK The Guardian  

Last leader of the SDP who oversaw its merger with the Liberal party in the late 1980s As the third and last leader of the short-lived Social …

Corbyn faces backlash over plans to hand peerages to John Bercow and his former chief of staff

19/01/2020 • 13:08 UK The Independent  

Decision to nominate Ms Murphy prompts fresh antisemitism …

Hundreds wounded in Lebanon anti-government protests as police are accused of 'brutal use of force'

19/01/2020 • 12:55 UK The Telegraph  

Eating disorders: 12 deaths in seven years led to coroner warnings

19/01/2020 • 12:48 UK The Guardian  

Campaigners say too many young people receiving poor-quality mental health care At least 12 highly vulnerable people with eating disorders have died …

Plan to reuse graves as Highgate cemetery runs out of space

19/01/2020 • 10:43 UK The Guardian  

A private member’s bill in the Lords this week would allow charity trust to reopen long-abandoned plots It is the most exclusive location in Britain. …