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Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 13:48
Key revelations from the public hearing as the focus moves on to the combustible cladding. Almost none of the corporate entities involved as client, consultant or contractor in the Grenfell Tower refurbishment are accepting much blame for the disaster and have ignored pleas from the inquiry not to engage in "a merry-go-round of buck-passing", said the lead counsel to the inquiry, Richard Millett QC.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 12:04
Boris Johnson has hinted he will arrive at a solution over whether to let the Chinese company build parts of the UK’s 5G network. The US has warned that it will compromise intelligence-sharing. The prime minister is expected to come down in favour of allowing Huawei to build 'non-core' parts of the network, which is the advice of Britain’s security advisers.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 11:56
US attorney for southern district of New York says so far Andrew has not responded to request. US federal prosecutors and the FBI have to interview Prince Andrew about the deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein but he has not responded, said Geoffrey Berman, US attorney for the southern district of New York, . Berman spoke outside the mansion in Manhattan formerly owned by Epstein, who .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 11:33
The festival’s creative producer said limiting the number of artists who fly in to perform was ‘the responsible thing to do’. A Scottish festival celebrating international folk, roots and traditional music has said it may have to limit the number of overseas artists it invites to perform in response to the climate crisis. Celtic Connections’ creative producer, Donald Shaw, described the issue as "the biggest challenge" facing the festival.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 11:30
North Brisbane FC won grants from state, local and federal government for the same upgrade to its oval. The North Brisbane football club received $150,000 through the controversial federal sports grants program despite already having won $138,000 from the Queensland government and a $110,000 grant from the Brisbane city council for the same field surface upgrade. The Morrison government claims the federal money "complemented" the state grant, but the club was forced to go back to the council for permission to use the local government money to instead build women’s changerooms, after winning funding multiple times for the same project.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 11:15
Stereotypes are spreading too. On the bus, in the street, people have started treating us as if we’re infected. The atmosphere on my morning commute is tense. As panic over the deepens and dominates the headlines, as an east Asian I can’t help but feel more and more uncomfortable. On the bus to work last week, as I sat down, the man next to me immediately scrambled to gather his stuff and stood up to avoid sitting next to me. Perhaps it did not occur to these people that I, as a UK citizen, was no more likely than them to be carrying the virus.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 11:01
PM says solution will allow technological progress but not jeopardise US relationship. Boris Johnson has hinted he will arrive at a compromise solution over the decision on whether to let the Chinese company Huawei build parts of the UK’s 5G network in the face of US warnings that it will compromise intelligence-sharing. The prime minister insisted he would do nothing to jeopardise the relationship between the US and UK when it came to cooperation on security.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 10:30
Left’s win in Emilia-Romagna averts threat of snap elections but could prove a brief reprieve. Matteo Salvini’s failure to overturn decades of leftwing rule in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna will bring some respite to the embattled national government, staving off the risk of snap elections. The leader of the far-right League campaigned vigorously across the region in his attempt to use elections on Sunday as a platform for his return to power.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 10:16
UK embassy in Beijing says it is working on option for British nationals to leave China. Britain’s embassy in Beijing has said it is "working to make available an option" for British nationals to leave the Chinese province at the centre of the coronavirus as the UK’s response was contrasted with that of other countries with active evacuation plans. As other countries prepared to airlift their citizens from the worst affected region of China, the prime minister insisted plans were being worked on to help UK citizens in Wuhan, the city from where the outbreak is believed to have originated, adding that "we are doing everything" to screen people arriving from affected regions.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 09:48
Polish president Andrzej Duda among the speakers as more than 200 survivors gather at former Nazi extermination camp. World leaders and Holocaust survivors have gathered at the site of the former Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz to mark the 75th anniversary of the camp’s liberation. Some 200 survivors of the holocaust are expected to attend, with visitors drawn from Israel, the United States, Australia, Peru, Russia, Slovenia and elsewhere.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 09:37
Jury hears Mark Royden, 47, set off fire alarm to cause confusion at Salisbury Cathedral. A 47-year-old man carefully plotted to steal Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral but was foiled by a combination of tight security measures and the brave actions of staff and visitors, a court was told. Mark Royden allegedly scouted out the position of CCTV cameras and the layout of the cathedral in Wiltshire before trying to smash through reinforced glass with a hammer to get to the historic document.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 09:24
Trump pushes back against potential testimony. Bolton wrote that Trump linked Ukraine aid to Biden inquiry. Help us cover the critical issues of 2020. Consider making a. 2.20pm. GMT. Speaking to CNN this morning, lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff said the news about John Bolton ’s book underscored the need for the former national security adviser to testify in the Senate trial. “I think the American people should see his testimony live,” Schiff said. 2.06pm. GMT. According to one of the New York Times reporters who broke about John Bolton , some Republican senators are now pushing for more information on which White House officials knew about the former national security adviser’s book. Per sources, some GOP senators privately pushing White Hou.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 09:13
Document was sent to several departments, NHS England, Ofsted and 20 councils. Controversial guidance that listed Extinction Rebellion as an extremist ideology was sent to a wide range of government departments and local authorities including the Home Office and Counter Terrorism Policing headquarters, the Guardian can reveal. The south-east division of Counter Terrorism Policing was forced to recall , after it was exposed by the Guardian.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 08:59
Family to make plea to foreign secretary after request to extradite Anne Sacoolas denied. The family of Harry Dunn, the 19-year-old motorcyclist killed in a crash last August, is to urge the foreign secretary to try Anne Sacoolas, the American woman charged with causing his death by reckless driving, in her absence. The US confirmed last week it had taken the rare step of rejecting a British request to extradite Sacoolas, on the grounds it would undermine the principle of diplomatic immunity, which it said Sacoolas was entitled to as the wife of an American intelligence officer who had been working in the UK.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/27/2020 08:43
Stocks fall as fears intensify over potential impact of outbreak on world economy. Financial markets around the world amid rising concerns over the in China, with Beijing fighting to contain the spread of the disease while the death toll climbs. Stocks slid as fears intensified over the potential impact of the escalating emergency on the world economy, as Chinese authorities stepped up their response, with more than 2,700 cases and 81 deaths confirmed.

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