News archive from 1 July 2017

The resistance now: putting the Senate health bill on life support

How Guardian readers fought the healthcare bill When we asked our readers how they were protesting the healthcare bill this week, people from across the country got in touch to tell us about their efforts, many with stories about how the repeal of...

 
Bardot summer dresses from Next, New Look and Matalan

Bardot summer dresses from Next, New Look and Matalan

Forget your legs, this summer is all about flashing your collarbones in a Bardot style dress. Taking inspiration from Hollywood pin up Brigitte Bardot, the shoulder showing style, also know as off-the-shoulder, is easy to wear and flattering for all...

 
Polar, Ocado and Selfridges: Accessories we want this week

Polar, Ocado and Selfridges: Accessories we want this week

SHADY LADY For glasses wearers, switching between everyday indoor specs and sunglasses can be a pain. Fortunately, Transitions Optical lenses take out the work for you, smoothly transforming from clear to dark when they’re exposed to UV light. Their...

 
In the closet with This Morning's Zoe Williams

In the closet with This Morning's Zoe Williams

Zoe wore this outfit to the National Television Awards earlier this year. The dress is by Solace London and was customised by This Morning’s costume designer David O’Brien. Her heels are Valentino and the gold cuff is YSL Zoe loves these bold Topshop...

 
Tropical summer fashion from Sanyukta Shrestha, River Island and Asos

Tropical summer fashion from Sanyukta Shrestha, River Island and Asos

Get the temperatures rising in Antigua (or UK) with clashing topical prints and bright stand out pieces to feel the heat this summer. Whilst keeping the top half loud and proud by mixing vibrant silks and ruffle sleeves with colour-savvy bold...

 
France's Le Pen put under formal investigation over EU funds

France's Le Pen put under formal investigation over EU funds

Prosecutors placed French far-right leader Marine Le Pen under formal investigation on Friday as part of a probe into the alleged misuse of European Union funds to pay parliamentary assistants. Le Pen, who is being investigated for breach of trust,...

 

Magnitude 6.1 quake hits off Ecuador coast - USGS

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck just off the coast of central Ecuador on Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It said the quake's epicentre was 54 miles (87 km) northwest of Portoviejo at a shallow depth of 6.2 miles (10 km) below the Pacific...

 
In The Dark, Top Of The Lake and more: The best TV shows this summer

In The Dark, Top Of The Lake and more: The best TV shows this summer

Partners In Rhyme   BBC One, July  He may have quit Strictly Come Dancing, but Len Goodman will still be king of Saturday night entertainment this summer. Proving you’re never too mature to learn new tricks, septuagenarian Len tackles his first gig as...

 

EU handouts swell billionaires’ coffers

Wealthy landowners receive tens of millions of pounds TENS of millions of pounds in European Union subsidies are being paid to landowning billionaires and aristocrats in Britain, a Greenpeace study showed yesterday. Of the 100 companies and landowners...

 

Savings at all-time low as crisis looms

BRITS are being forced to raid their piggy banks amid the continued squeeze on household finances, sending savings to their lowest level since records began, official statistics showed yesterday. Disposable incomes fell by 1.4 per cent in the first...

 

Venezuela: Driver burned alive at rioters’ roadblock

Man dies in hospital after opposition thugs torch his lorry A VENEZUELAN lorry driver died on Thursday after opposition thugs burned him and two others alive at a roadblock. Jose Luis Bravo died at midday at the Coromoto Hospital in Maracaibo, the...

 

West quick to blame Syria for sarin attack

But report does not back up US claims BRITAIN and the US rushed to accuse Syria of April’s nerve gas attack yesterday after a report avoided blaming any side. An Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) investigation determined the...

 

South Africa: Zuma admits that country and ANC have a problem

SOUTH AFRICAN President Jacob Zuma acknowledged yesterday that his country and the governing ANC face problems. In his opening speech to the party’s policy conference in Johannesburg, Mr Zuma said the country was in a “difficult period economically,”...

 

People's Assembly demo - Austerity can be ended

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn will address the multitudes today in London at the NotOneDayMore #ToriesOut national demonstration organised by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity. After a much better than expected general election result, when Labour...

 

The Labour right's single market rebellion

The House of Commons vote on the Queen’s Speech offered an obvious opportunity for the right of the Labour Party to make their peace with Jeremy Corbyn and play a constructive role in the left’s transformative project. But it was snubbed, says VINCE...

 


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