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It’s easy to brush stuff under the rug. Maybe you didn’t realise until recently that your partner’s obsessed with earning money and you’re not; or maybe the magic of that first year after the wedding is starting to wear off, laying bare...
Attorney general Jeff Sessions has rebuffed calls from Republicans to have a new special counsel investigate federal law enforcement’s alleged bias and surveillance abuses. In a letter to a trio of top Republicans, Mr Sessions said the Justice Department’s inspector general was...
Britain's climate change targets must be strengthened by 2020 in order to meet stringent international targets, a new report  has warned. The nation must strive to cut its emissions to “net zero”, the point at which annual greenhouse gas emissions are balanced by...
For hundreds of years the UK has reached out to markets in every corner of the globe, strengthening our economy as well as the economies of our partners and allies. While other priorities have changed, our commitment to free trade has remained...
Police are hunting for a British woman missing in a Brazilian forest after wandering there barefoot and alone to meditate. Katherine Brewster, 27, was dressed in only light clothing and left her mobile phone behind when she headed into the rough terrain. Her...
US economic growth slowed less than previously estimated in the fourth quarter as the biggest gain in consumer spending in three years partially offset the drag from a jump in imports. Gross domestic product expanded at a 2.9 per cent annual rate...
In the days leading up to the largest expulsion of Russian spies in US history, few people inside or outside Donald Trump’s administration knew exactly what the president would do. US intelligence officials, who had been pushing to dismantle Moscow’s spy networks,...
How disappointing to read “I’m a young person who voted for Brexit – and I’d do the same again today” by Benedict Spence. Always willing to read views different from my own, I was hopeful I would get a cohesive argument...
On the morning of 24 June 2016, the train from London Liverpool Street to Romford carried some unusual commuters on its 15-minute journey. The nation had made a seismic decision its media had not anticipated. Reaction was needed, and fast. But the nation’s...
Academy trusts that pay their bosses “unjustifiably” high salaries could spend taxpayers’ money better on improving children’s education, MPs have said.  Too often academy chains are “falling short” of high standards of governance, accountability and financial management, according to a new Public...