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Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 19:23
The justice department brought antitrust charges against the company, but experts say that’s just a start. For decades, companies like Google have enjoyed exponential growth and an almost unobstructed rise to power. But the tide appears to be turning, as US lawmakers crack down on alleged monopolistic practices and public sentiment sours on the former wunderkinds of Silicon Valley. Antitrust charges brought against Google on Tuesday by the US justice department mark the latest – and most significant – legal challenge yet for big tech.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 19:07
Finance department outsourced review into assistant treasurer and Kevin Andrews. Australia’s finance department outsourced an investigation into allegations that the federal MP Michael Sukkar misused his taxpayer-funded staff to the assistant treasurer’s old law firm. In August reported allegations of branch stacking and smear campaigns involving taxpayer-funded electorate staff in the offices of the Liberal MPs Sukkar and Kevin Andrews.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 18:53
; Boris Johnson imposes toughest restrictions on Manchester; US congress moves closer to agreement new coronavirus relief package. Follow the latest updates. 11.53pm. BST. Spain is nearing a total of a million coronavirus infections over the course of the pandemic so far, with 988,322 currently registered on the , which would make it the first European country and sixth country overall to to do so. More than 34,000 people have died. 11.44pm. BST. Here is a closer look at that report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which shows the has seen . The CDC has been tracking how many deaths have been reported and comparing them with counts seen in other years. Usually, between the beginning of February and the end of September, ab.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 18:23
Government accused of demanding ‘punitive’ conditions in rescue funding talks. The government has been accused of demanding "punitive" conditions to agree a funding deal with Transport for London. The Financial Times reported that ministers had told the capital’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, that the government would take direct control of Transport for London (TfL) unless he accepts measures including higher council tax, a larger congestion charge zone and higher tube and bus fares in return for rescue funding.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 17:28
Use of oily substance across three galleries reportedly related to claims they are centre of ‘global satanism’. At least 70 artworks and ancient artefacts across three galleries on Berlin’s museum island were vandalised with an oily substance earlier this month, German media has reported. Objects including Egyptian sarcophagi, stone sculptures and 19th-century paintings held at the Pergamon Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Neues Museum sustained visible damage during the attack on 3 October, according to reports in the weekly Die Zeit and broadcaster Deutschlandfunk on Tuesday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 17:09
Protesters have vowed to continue demonstrating across Nigeria as the country’s most populated city, Lagos, was put under a 24-hour lockdown on Tuesday. Police have continued to clash with demonstrators protesting against the notorious , now dissolved but long-accused of extra-judicial killings, torture and extortion. The government has adopted measures including judicial panels to investigate abuses and compensation for victims, and officials have called for protesters to suspend the demonstrations to give the government time to make good on its pledges.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 17:02
Lawyers had argued that the transcripts should remain sealed in part to protect her right to a fair trial. Transcripts of interviews lawyers conducted with involving her former boyfriend, the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, should be released as soon as possible, a New York judge ordered on Tuesday. US district judge Loretta Preska signaled that the transcripts of two days of depositions in 2016, during civil litigation, of Maxwell, the British socialite and daughter of the late UK media baron, Robert Maxwell, required speedy revelation.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 17:01
Transactions that could violate Beijing-imposed law should be treated the same as if financing terrorism, says guidance. Hong Kong-based banks have been told to report any transactions that they believe may violate the national security law, in new advice from the financial regulator. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority updated its advice to companies last month, in an amended document of frequently asked questions, to say transactions suspected to be linked to the law should be treated the same as transactions suspected to be money laundering or financing terrorism.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 16:31
Emails tendered during extraordinary hearing appear to contradict the Victorian chief health officer’s earlier testimony. Follow live. ;. ;. ;. 9.30pm. BST. Happy 43rd hump day! We move into Wednesday with Victorian chief health officer, professor Brett Sutton asked to provide an affidavit about why he said he was unaware of the decision to use hotel security until late May, when he was part of an email chain which included the information in March. Those emails were not originally included in the information the Victorian health department gave to the inquiry - their discovery, first printed in The Age newspaper, prompted an extraordinary session of the hotel quarantine inquiry yesterday afternoon.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 16:17
Board of Supervisors have signed on to legislation that will give people the right to sue callers in court for racist emergency calls. Fed up with white people calling 911 about people of color , or , San Francisco leaders are set to approve hate crime legislation giving the targets of those calls the ability to sue the caller. The Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on the Caution Against Racial and Exploitative Non-Emergencies Act, also known as the Caren legislation.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 15:44
Andy Burnham warns of real hardship after bitter standoff over support package. Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester, accused the government of playing a "game of poker with people’s lives" after Boris Johnson imposed the toughest Covid restrictions on the region without agreeing a support package for businesses and low-paid workers. After a chaotic day of negotiations, the 10-day standoff between Downing Street and Greater Manchester’s leaders despite the two sides being just £5m apart, or the equivalent of £1.78 for each resident.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 15:30
Labour’s ranks have been swelled by New Zealand’s first African MP, just one example of an more diverse Parliament. The landslide victory for Labour will see 64 left-leaning MPs enter parliament this week – many of them fresh and untested. The new parliament is also set to be the , LGBTQ+ members making up 10%, and a high number of female MPs.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 15:09
Former terror law reviewer Lord Anderson warns of serious impact on fight against cross-border crime. Police in Britain "will be increasingly unable to cope" in the event of a no-deal Brexit because existing data-sharing agreements with the EU will be cut, a former independent reviewer of terror legislation has warned. Lord Anderson is one of a number of senior figures increasingly concerned that failure to strike a Brexit deal could have a serious impact on Britain’s ability to fight cross-border crime, as UK-EU talks remained stalled for their fifth successive day on Tuesday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 14:50
Many residents welcome an end to the uncertainty but do not view lack of deal as political failure. While residents of Greater Manchester were relieved to finally receive a decision on whether the region would go into tier 3 lockdown, most did not view local leaders’ inability to strike a deal with the government as a failure. As the mayor, Andy Burnham, gave his press conference outside The Bridgewater Hall, Steve Steinsberg – who had been out for "the last few pints before we draw up the drawbridge" – said he was "not a Labour man" but was with Burnham all the way.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 13:49
European aerospace giant and two Israeli arms firms win EU contracts totalling €100m. Airbus and two Israeli arms companies will be paid €100m (£91m) to operate unmanned drones to spot refugees and migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean sea to Europe, according to EU contracts. Drone operations over the Mediterranean will start next year, after testing carried out on the Greek island of Crete.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 13:42
PC Timothy Brehmer denies murder of nurse Claire Parry but admits manslaughter. A married police officer accused of murdering his long-term lover broke down in tears in court as he admitted he was responsible for her death. PC Timothy Brehmer told the jury that their affair had been "a little bubble of niceness", adding: "I absolutely did not want to kill her or cause serious bodily harm.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/20/2020 13:41
Daniel Montsion acquitted over death of Abdirahman Abdi. Abdi, 37, was beaten during arrest and died later in hospital. A Canadian police officer has been found not guilty over the death of a mentally ill Black man who was beaten during his arrest, in a case that became a flashpoint in the country’s fight against police brutality. Daniel Montsion was acquitted on Tuesday of manslaughter over the 2016 death of Abdirahman Abdi.

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