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Max Verstappen wins Brazilian Grand Prix after late Vettel and Leclerc crash

Max Verstappen wins Brazilian Grand Prix after late Vettel and Leclerc crash

Max Verstappen won the Brazilian Grand Prix as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc crashed out following a dramatic late finish. Toro Rosso driver Pierre Gasly finished a surprise second after he took advantage of Lewis Hamilton banging...

yesterday, 19:18 in Sport
 
Argentina's new president vows to legalise abortion

Argentina's new president vows to legalise abortion

Argentina’s president-elect, Alberto Fernández, has promised he will move to legalise abortion after taking office on 10 December. He will send a bill to congress which, if approved, would make Argentina the first major Latin American nation with...

yesterday, 19:16 in World News
 
Blood, brains and foul murder: evidence of Australia's massacres are in its newspapers

Blood, brains and foul murder: evidence of Australia's massacres are in its newspapers

We’re only human. We hang onto lies that comfort us. A big consoling lie that still hangs around this history of slaughter and dispossession is that we can’t apply the outlook of the 21st century to killings on the frontier. Tell that to those who...

yesterday, 19:16 in World News
 
Man charged with terror offence after Heathrow arrest

Man charged with terror offence after Heathrow arrest

A man has been charged with the preparation of terrorist acts following his arrest at Heathrow airport, the Metropolitan police said. Mamun Rashid, from east London, was charged on Sunday after a police investigation had concluded. He arrived back in...

yesterday, 18:58 in World News
 
Farage accuses Tories of covering up ‘corruption’ over inducements

Farage accuses Tories of covering up ‘corruption’ over inducements

Nigel Farage has accused the Tories of lying to cover up their “corruption” after the Conservatives denied having offered his Brexit party candidates inducements to stand down. As Labour reported the allegations to the police, senior Tories lined up...

yesterday, 17:45 in Politics
 
Holders Saracens begin their defence with heavy defeat to Racing

Holders Saracens begin their defence with heavy defeat to Racing

The defence of the Champions Cup may not be Saracens’ priority because they have 35 docked Premiership points to make up, but this was a chastening bonus-point defeat against a Racing side inspired by Finn Russell that the holders would have struggled...

yesterday, 17:44 in Sport
 
Wycombe goalkeeper alleges he was target of homophobic abuse at Tranmere

Wycombe goalkeeper alleges he was target of homophobic abuse at Tranmere

Wycombe moved to the top of League One with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Tranmere at Prenton Park but the game was marred by an alleged incident of homophobic abuse aimed at the visiting goalkeeper Ryan Allsop. It is understood that Allsop reported...

yesterday, 17:44 in Sport
 
Are Tory proposals to charge foreigners more to use the NHS fair?

Are Tory proposals to charge foreigners more to use the NHS fair?

Claim The Tories have said that people on a work, study or family visa incur average NHS costs of £625 per year but only pay a £400 surcharge for the service. Increasing the charge, and extending it to EU nationals, will ensure “they are making a...

yesterday, 17:44 in World News
 
Pete Buttigieg surges ahead of fellow candidates in Iowa, new poll shows

Pete Buttigieg surges ahead of fellow candidates in Iowa, new poll shows

Support for Pete Buttigieg, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and millennial mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has surged among Democrat primary voters in Iowa, according to a new poll that puts him around 10 points ahead of his nearest rivals....

yesterday, 17:44 in World News
 
Labour to reform public appointments system amid row over G4S director

Labour to reform public appointments system amid row over G4S director

The Labour party has pledged to overhaul the public appointments system after one of the government-appointed commissioners who sets the UK minimum wage joined the board of G4S, the security company facing allegations of systematic violations of...

yesterday, 17:43 in Business
 
Record crowd sees Miedema seal Arsenal win in WSL north London derby

Record crowd sees Miedema seal Arsenal win in WSL north London derby

Goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema ensured Arsenal earned victory in the first Women’s Super League north London derby in front of a league record crowd at the Tottenham Stadium. With record breaking now almost an arms race Spurs smashed the...

yesterday, 17:32 in Sport
 
Everton’s Lucy Graham strikes to sink Liverpool in first WSL game at Anfield

Everton’s Lucy Graham strikes to sink Liverpool in first WSL game at Anfield

Everton’s encouraging start to the Women’s Super League continued with a victory over their neighbours at Anfield – something their male counterparts have been unable to manage so far this millennium. A single goal at the end of the first half from...

yesterday, 17:32 in Sport
 
Trump impeachment: security figures had concerns about Sondland's role in Ukraine

Trump impeachment: security figures had concerns about Sondland's role in Ukraine

A former top US security official was concerned about the role of the US ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, in Donald Trump’s effort to pressure Ukraine to carry out political investigations in return for military aid. According to...

yesterday, 17:30 in World News
 
Euro 2020 roundup: Portugal qualify after Cristiano Ronaldo’s 99th goal

Euro 2020 roundup: Portugal qualify after Cristiano Ronaldo’s 99th goal

The defending European champions Portugal edged past Luxembourg 2-0 away from home on Sunday to qualify for Euro 2020. Bruno Fernandes broke the deadlock in the 39th minute and Cristiano Ronaldo added the second with four minutes remaining to ensure...

yesterday, 17:17 in Sport
 
Gove 'lying' about EU citizens' rights to use NHS to gain votes

Gove 'lying' about EU citizens' rights to use NHS to gain votes

Michael Gove has been accused of deliberately “lying” to the public about EU citizens’ rights to access to the NHS as a cynical ploy to win votes in Labour leave marginals. Gove, the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, wrote in the Mail on Sunday...

yesterday, 17:02 in World News
 


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