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4 Dec 3:48pm Theresa May staggers on after three Brexit defeats in single day
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Government found to be in contempt of parliament before PM opens five-day debate Theresa May has suffered an extraordinary three parliamentary defeats in a single day, as rebellious MPs at Westminster sought to wrest back control of Brexit. The start of a five-day debate on May’s deal was delayed by several hours, as MPs
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4 Dec 3:21pm Rightwing taskforce secretly approves anti-environment resolutions
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In Washington last week, Alec, a group that links lobbyists with state lawmakers, approved measures to boost Donald Trump’s pro-fossil fuel agenda Inside a little-known bulwark of conservative state policy, in a hotel conference room in Washington DC, state lawmakers and corporate lobbyists last week voted for a slate of anti-environment measures.
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4 Dec 3:14pm Theresa May opens main Brexit debate after three Commons defeats – Politics live
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Rolling coverage of the day’s politics, as Theresa May opens five-day debate on Brexit deal
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4 Dec 2:34pm Equality watchdog launches inquiry into racial harassment at universities
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EHRC move follows a string of high-profile racial incidents on UK campuses Britain’s equality watchdog has launched an inquiry into racial harassment at universities amid mounting evidence of students and staff from minority groups facing abuse. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said on Tuesday it was aware of claims from some student groups that universities were “brushing incidents under the carpet unless they go viral on social media”.
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4 Dec 2:30pm Theresa May opens main Brexit debate after three Commons defeats – Politics live
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Rolling coverage of the day’s politics, as Theresa May opens five-day debate on Brexit deal
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4 Dec 1:01pm Gilets jaunes protests in France to continue despite fuel tax U-turn
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Protesters say they will not accept ‘crumbs’, but are told further violence will not be tolerated France’s
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4 Dec 11:07am Rightwing taskforce secretly approves anti-environment resolutions
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In Washington last week, Alec, a group that links lobbyists with state lawmakers, approved measures to boost Donald Trump’s pro-fossil fuel agenda Inside a little-known bulwark of conservative state policy, in a hotel conference room in Washington DC, state lawmakers and corporate lobbyists last week voted for a slate of anti-environment measures.
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4 Dec 6:12am Trump is building a new liberal world order, says Pompeo
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US secretary of state says claims they are not acting in free world’s interest ‘wrong’ Donald Trump is building a new world order upheld by American leadership and democracy, his secretary of state told diplomats at an event in Brussels on Tuesday, blaming Iran and China for instability in the world. “In the finest traditions of our great democracy, we are rallying the noble nations to build a new liberal order that prevents war and achieves greater prosperity,” Mike Pompeo said in a foreign policy speech.
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4 Dec 4:15am UK can stop article 50 without EU approval, top ECJ adviser says
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European court of justice likely to endorse opinion in case taken by anti-Brexit campaigners The UK can unilaterally abandon the article 50 process, a senior adviser to the European court of justice (ECJ) has said, in a significant boost to anti-Brexit campaigners. Campos Sánchez-Bordona, the court’s advocate general, said he believed EU law allowed a country to revoke article 50 – the provision of the Lisbon treaty invoked by the UK to give two years notice that it intended to leave the union – without requiring the formal agreement of the European commission or other EU member states.
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4 Dec 2:24am Ada Hegerberg: first women’s Ballon d’Or marred as winner is asked to twerk
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Host DJ Martin Solveig has since apologised for his comment
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4 Dec 2:16am Brexit: senior minister could be suspended over legal advice
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MPs will hold debate on Tuesday after Speaker John Bercow accepted contempt motion
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3 Dec 9:21pm Crisis in New Zealand health services as depression and anxiety soar
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System neglects ‘missing middle’ of the population who face common problems A landmark inquiry has found New Zealand’s mental health services are overwhelmed and geared towards crisis care rather than the wider population who are experiencing increasing rates of depression, trauma and substance abuse. It has urged the government to widen provision of mental health care from 3% of the population in critical need to “the missing middle” – the 20% of the population who struggle with“common, disabling problems” such as anxiety.
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3 Dec 8:29pm Nasa probe reaches Bennu – asteroid that could one day hit Earth
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Osiris-Rex spacecraft will eventually scoop up material for analysis back home
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