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Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 19:01
Figures also show 3% fall in consumption of alcohol in Scotland last year. Alcohol sales in Scotland have fallen to their lowest level in 25 years after the introduction of price controls, figures show. Scotland’s health secretary, Jeane Freeman, welcomed the figures, which also reveal a 3% fall in the consumption of alcohol last year, and said they showed the introduction of a 50p a unit minimum price in May 2018 was having an effect.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 19:01
US billionaire Stephen Schwarzman is donating £150m to fund humanities research. The University of Oxford has said it is to receive its biggest single direct donation "since the Renaissance", after it unveiled a £150m gift from the US billionaire Stephen Schwarzman to fund humanities research and tackle looming social issues linked to artificial intelligence. The money will be used to create the Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities, bringing together disciplines including English, philosophy, music and history in a single hub with performing spaces and a library, alongside a new Institute for Ethics in AI to collaborate. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 18:45
President said there were people ‘on both sides’ of the case and that ‘they admitted their guilt’. Donald Trump has again suggested that the wrongfully convicted teenagers in the Central Park Five case are guilty, and has declined to apologise for taking out print ads in 1989 that called for their execution. Related:. Donald Trump and the Central Park Five: the racially charged rise of a demagogue. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 18:02
Funds to support development of 20,000 new homes as San Francisco Bay Area grapples with homelessness. Google will invest $1bn in housing throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, a region plagued by a housing and homelessness crisis that has in part been fueled by the tech industry. The announcement comes as the tech giant prepares to expand beyond its headquarters in Mountain View and its offices in San Francisco to new campuses in San Jose and Sunnyvale.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 17:57
Construction planned to start this year, Trudeau says, despite opposition from environmental and Indigenous groups. Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has once again approved a hotly contested proposal to expand the crude oil pipeline it bought last year, providing hope for a depressed energy industry but angering environmental and Indigenous groups which have fiercely opposed the project . Construction on the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline is planned to start this year, Trudeau, told a news conference on Tuesday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 17:14
While his base remains fired up, Trump heads into his re-election campaign as a historically unpopular president. Sign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective. 10.14pm. BST. Drenched by thunderstorms and the searing humidity of a Florida summer afternoon, thousands of Donald Trump supporters were snaking through the streets outside Orlando’s Amway Center on Tuesday ahead of tonight’s rally. A sea of red MAGA hats lent color to the gray skies and black clouds, which has also prevented the Baby Trump blimp – a staple of recent protests against the US President - from taking flight outside the Stonewall bar, a popular LBGTQ hangout nearby where a rival rally hosted by Florida’s Democratic Party was taking place. 9.18pm. BST. Here we go agai.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 16:17
US law enforcement officials are facing scrutiny over whether they are minimizing the threat posed by white supremacist terrorists. California police arrested a man suspected of making online threats to shoot up a Jewish temple, saying he had a fascination with Adolf Hitler and planned to emulate mass shootings at synagogues in Pittsburgh and San Diego. Ross Farca, a 23-year-old from Concord, California, was charged with making criminal threats, possessing an illegal assault rifle and manufacturing an assault rifle, all felonies.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 16:09
Visibly weak female bear spotted in Norilsk in northern Siberia. Climate emergency has damaged polar bears’ sea-ice habitats. A starving polar bear has strayed hundreds of kilometres from its natural Arctic habitat and wandered, exhausted, into the major Russian industrial city of Norilsk in northern Siberia. Related:. Scientists shocked by Arctic permafrost thawing 70 years sooner than predicted. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 15:25
Labour leader under pressure from shadow cabinet over position on fresh referendum. Jeremy Corbyn plans to use a speech in the coming days to outline the latest evolution in Labour’s Brexit policy – but is expected to stop well short of the clarion call for remain demanded by his deputy, Tom Watson . The shadow cabinet will discuss Brexit on Wednesday, with the Labour leader under intense pressure from shadow ministers including Watson, Emily Thornberry and Keir Starmer to signal more clearly his support for a fresh referendum. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 15:23
Pair attempt to reach summit but are intercepted by police and told to turn back. Two Swiss mountaineers landed a small plane less than 400 metres from the summit of Mont Blanc before heading for the top of Europe’s tallest peak with police in pursuit. The pair landed the aircraft 4,450 metres (14,600 feet) up the mountain in the French Alps on Tuesday in an incident described as a "provocation" by Eric Fournier, the mayor of the nearby Chamonix resort. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 14:30
Paul Selva calls for international consensus as deterrent to further attacks while Pompeo stresses Trump does not want war with Iran. A top US general has called on other nations to help safeguard tanker traffic in the Persian Gulf following a spate of attacks on ships which Washington blames on Iran. Gen Paul Selva, the deputy chair for the joint chiefs of staff, said that there needed to be an international consensus before force could be used in the Gulf. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 14:00
Battleground states of Victoria and Queensland were biggest beneficiaries, receiving $422m and $331m respectively. The Coalition awarded almost $1.4bn in grants through its regional development program in the lead-up to the election, with about half of the funding not subject to a competitive tender process. The spending included grants made through the Stronger Communities program, a political slush fund that gives every lower-house MP $150,000 to spend on small community projects costing between $1,500 and $20,000.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:55
Gathering aimed at keeping global heating close to 1.5C will be most significant since Paris. The UK is to host a critical global summit on the climate crisis at the end of 2020, at which the world’s 190 nations must commit to deep cuts in emissions. It will be the most significant UN climate summit since the Paris deal was struck in 2015, when countries made pledges to curb emissions.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:53
Breakthrough Listen project found no evidence of alien civilisations on 1,327 stars. The close encounter will have to wait. Astronomers have come up empty-handed after scanning the heavens for signs of intelligent life in the most extensive search ever performed. Researchers used ground-based telescopes to eavesdrop on 1,327 stars within 160 light years of Earth. During three years of observations they found no evidence of signals that could plausibly come from an alien civilisation. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:49
Novalpina Capital to establish new rules at NSO Group following multiple allegations that technology was used to spy on dissidents and the media. A controversial Israeli cyber weapons company has agreed to establish new internal rules on ways it will protect human rights activists and journalists following multiple allegations that its technology was used to spy on dissidents and the media. Its majority owner, Novalpina Capital, a UK private equity firm, has promised a "significant enhancement of respect for human rights" at NSO Group, whose Pegasus software was recently alleged to have infected phones through a glitch in the WhatsApp messaging software . Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:25
Lib Peck insists tactics are succeeding despite Londoners ‘feeling powerless’ over crime. The head of London’s newly formed violence reduction unit has said Londoners feel powerless about levels of street crime but insisted that increased use of stop and search powers had been successful. Lib Peck, the former leader of Lambeth council who was appointed to the role in January, made the comments while on a two-day fact-finding trip to Glasgow, visiting some of the Scottish unit’s key projects and meeting senior officials. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:14
In 2014 supreme court ruled sanctions on Bank Mellat had been unlawful. The UK government has made a last minute out-of-court deal to settle a £1.3bn damages claim made by an Iranian bank over a UK trading ban. The undisclosed settlement to Bank Mellat on the eve of what was expected to be a five-week trial raises questions about how big the UK taxpayer’s bill is likely to be, as well as how the UK will transfer the payment to circumvent the comprehensive sanctions regime imposed by the US, which affects the bank. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/18/2019 13:02
President Trump claims he doesn’t want conflict, but his actions could accidentally trigger another Middle East war. In Washington, at times of stress, international crises play out in black and white. As in a flickering newsreel from a former age, complex events are reduced to symbolic emblems of right and wrong. Grainy video images of “evil-doers”, George W Bush’s favoured term, purport to show faceless Iranians acting suspiciously around a burning oil tanker in the Gulf last week. As new Middle East troop deployments are announced, US battleships are pictured bravely patrolling freedom’s frontline. Related:. The Trump administration's dangerous fever dream about Iran | Michael H Fuchs. Continue reading...

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