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Malala Yousafzai gets into Oxford to study PPE
alala Yousafzai was just one of the nervous youngsters waiting for news of their A Level results. However, it was good news for the UN Messenger of Peace and young student. She fou
'Trump's emotional support' Hope Hicks announced as interim White House communications chief
ope Hicks has been named Donald Trump's communications director after the unceremonious sacking of her predecessor, Anthony Scaramucci. Ms Hicks is a longtime aide to the President and
Uproar in Australian Parliament after firebrand anti-immigrant MP Pauline Hanson wears burka to question time
auline Hanson, the Australian anti-migrant firebrand MP, has been condemned for an "appalling" stunt in which she wore a burka in Parliament as part of her push to ban it, prompting a rare s
Trump announces disbanding of business councils as CEOs abandon him in the wake of Charlottesville
S President Donald Trump was abandoned by business leaders, lambasted by some senior Republicans, and implicitly criticised by military leaders amid a fierce backlash over his comments in response to
Bong! U-turn on Big Ben after Theresa May blasts plan to silence bell for four years
dramatic u-turn over the decision to silence Big Ben for four years following an intervention from the prime minister. After coming under intense pressure, officials announced that the plan
Hundreds turn out for vigil in Charlottesville to rally against white supremacists
during a white nationalist rally. Marchers peacefully assembled on Wednesday night in the same place where hundreds of torch-carrying white nationalists marchedon Friday, when several fights
Steve Bannon calls white nationalists 'clowns' and discusses White House 'fighting' in Scaramucci-style 'interview'
hite House chief strategist Steve Bannon branded the white nationalists who rallied in Charlottesville as 'clowns' on Wednesday, in a phone conversation likened to...
Should Confederate era statues be removed?
onfederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honour a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased, however, in the wake of last w
Sierra Leone mourns 100 children among dead in massive flooding
ierra Leone began a week of mourning on Wednesday as it emerged that 105 children were among more than 300 people who perished in mudslides and torrential flooding, in one of the country's worst
Where are all the bobbies on the beat? Just one in five people say they feel officers are 'highly visible'
he number of bobbies on the beat has plummeted, according to the public, as statistics showed the number of people who believe police are 'highly visible' in their community has fallen by al
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