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14/11/2019 00:25:22  

As Australia faces a large-scale emergency, scientists report a "crazy increase" in firestorms.
14/11/2019 00:25:21  

Officials believe the three cows washed up on the Outer Banks after swimming for up to five miles.
14/11/2019 00:25:15  

The ex-Catalan minister, who is wanted in Spain, will report to police in Edinburgh before a court hearing.
14/11/2019 00:25:14  

Charities and welfares rights advisers say initial assessments are beset by "poor decision-making".
14/11/2019 00:25:13  

Difficult encounters for Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn on the campaign trail are among the front-page stories.
14/11/2019 00:25:13  

If you care about what the parties are promising on the NHS, here are some key issues to watch for.
14/11/2019 00:25:10  

Targets covering A&E, cancer and routine operations have been missed for more than three years.
14/11/2019 00:24:56  

A pilot is in progress to see if invisible barcodes on packaging can improve recycling rates.
13/11/2019 23:22:56  

The outgoing European Council president urges British voters not to "give up" on stopping Brexit.
13/11/2019 23:22:53  

Here's what they thought of paid-for adverts from the Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats.
13/11/2019 23:22:42  

Labour vows to close the gap between the average hourly pay for men and women but Tories are critical.
13/11/2019 22:26:42  

Masterpiece’s ‘rebirth’ features in BBC Four series as conservators find doodle underneath painting

A doodle of a man’s head unseen for more than 500 years has helped to persuade experts that a painting in the national museum of Wales is almost certainly a genuine Botticelli.

National Museum Cardiff has put on display a painting of a Madonna and child that had for decades been dismissed as a crude copy of Botticelli’s style.

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13/11/2019 22:22:53  

The outgoing European Council chief says leaving the EU would leave the UK a "second-rate player".
13/11/2019 21:22:58  

Donald Trump was overheard asking about "investigations" into Joe Biden, a top US diplomat says.
13/11/2019 21:22:52  

Heavy downpours are also forecast and may bring flooding, warns the Met Office.
13/11/2019 20:26:42  

Readers on the Liberal Democrats being squeezed out of TV debates, their economic philosophy and their decisions to stand candidates against other remainers in Canterbury and elsewhere

Rafael Behr (Tactical pacts won’t turn this into a Brexit election, Journal, 13 November) says “the Tories and Labour will continue to dominate English politics”. But only because of the distortions of the first-past-the-post electoral system, which no longer reflects the political geography of the country. Nor does the bizarre decision by ITV and the BBC to broadcast head-to-head interviews only with Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.

This may have served when we had a more or less stable two-party system. But that started to disintegrate in the mid-1980s and has been almost destroyed in recent months by the stresses of Brexit and the plunge into extremism by the two “main” parties.

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13/11/2019 20:22:54  

Cherylee Houston, who uses a wheelchair, was told she would have to be lifted into a hotel.
13/11/2019 20:22:52  

Compare where the parties stand on key issues, from Brexit and the NHS to education and the environment.
13/11/2019 20:22:51  

A target introduced in 2016 may have led to prosecutors dropping rape cases, Newsnight learns.
13/11/2019 19:22:58  

Abrar Fahad, 21, was beaten to death after posting criticism of the government on social media.
13/11/2019 19:22:55  

Kate Griffiths said she was not standing as an 'act of retribution' against her estranged husband Andrew.
13/11/2019 19:22:54  

Nicola Sturgeon says it is "fundamentally unfair" that the ITV debate will only feature Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
13/11/2019 19:22:54  

Boris Johnson accuses the Labour leader of being "naive to the point of being dangerous" over comments.
13/11/2019 19:22:51  

The Church of Scotland says it will "take seriously" complaints about Rev Richard Cameron's controversial tweets.
13/11/2019 19:22:45  

The hip-hop star, who had a number one album in the US last December, admitted weapon charges.