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100 days of gibberish – Trump has weaponised nonsense | Lindy...

With only a week left of his first 100 days in office – traditionally a milestone for American presidents – Donald Trump sat down...

World stock markets hit record highs as Macron relief rally continues...

The Macron-move was joined by a Trump and earnings-inspired surge from the Dow Jones this afternoon. There were two main reasons for the Dow’s 200...

Le Pen is a far-right Holocaust revisionist. Macron isn’t. Hard choice?...

Is being an investment banker analogous with being a Holocaust revisionist? Is neoliberalism on a par with neofascism? Apologies if the answers to these...

Widow of academic killed in London denied legal aid for inquest...

The widow of a man stabbed to death in a random attack outside his London home has been denied legal aid to be represented...

Costa Coffee owner welcomes plan for ‘barista visas’ after Brexit |...

The boss of Costa Coffee owner Whitbread has welcomed the proposals being discussed to avoid labour shortages in cafes and restaurants following Brexit, such...

Gareth Bale ruled out of Champions League semi-final with calf injury...

Gareth Bale will miss the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid’s city rivals, Atlético, after tests found he has a tear to his left...

Arkansas executions: ‘I was watching him breathe heavily and arch his...

At 9.34pm we entered the execution chamber. I passed through a door with a large sign on its front with two simple letters, “EC”,...

Robert Pirsig obituary | Books

When, in 1968, Robert Pirsig, who has died aged 88, sent a synopsis and sample of his novel Zen and the Art of Motorcycle...

FaceApp apologises for ‘racist’ filter which lightens users’ skintone | Technology

The creator of an app which changes your selfies using artificial intelligence has apologised because its “hot” filter automatically lightened people’s skin. FaceApp is touted...

British-Iranian woman jailed in Tehran loses legal appeal | World news

Iran’s supreme court has upheld the conviction of a British-Iranian woman sentenced to five years in jail on non-specific charges relating to national security,...