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Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 09:37
Unesco advisers highly critical after national park authority opts to allow off-roading. Pressure is mounting on the Lake District national park to reconsider its decision to allow off-road cars and motorbikes on farm tracks which campaigners say is devastating the tranquillity of the area. England’s largest national park has received a highly critical letter from advisers to Unesco, which granted it world heritage status in 2017 after a 20-year campaign.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 09:15
Communities already hit by war and drought face fresh disaster as 370,000 are forced from homes. Ciraa Farah Ali was asleep when she heard the flood. It was dark, and the 45-year-old mother of seven was alone with her children in her small home in Beledweyne, central Somalia. She knew the level of the Shabelle River was rising but had little fear that it would burst its banks. Late in October, swollen by unseasonal rains, it did. Ali had no time to gather her belongings and only just managed to escape with her family.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 09:00
Haircuts for rough sleepers. Beauty treatments for cancer patients. Boilers for disabled people. A wave of specialists are providing skills – and hope – for those in need. Goodwill, it appears, is in high demand. One thing all the altruists I met while researching this article have in common is that they’re on the phone the whole time. Perhaps if mobiles had been around in Robin Hood’s day he would have had one pressed constantly to his lughole. “Marion … yes, love. I’m just having a fight on a bridge with Little John … sorry, you’re breaking up, terrible reception in here, all the oaks... What, the Sheriff’s abducted you? OK, I’m coming!”
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 08:54
Moosa Mohammed told police embassy staff tried to throw him off roof. A Bahraini dissident who claimed and threatened with being thrown from the roof of the country’s embassy in London by staff in July has lodged a complaint with police, saying he was a victim of attempted murder. Moosa Mohammed visited Charing Cross police station with his lawyers on Tuesday morning to file a statement, in which he accused embassy staff of trying to push him off the roof while one threatened him with "execution".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 08:49
Children as young as 11 discovered on boats fishing illegally in Thai waters for seafood that could end up on sale in EU supermarkets. Children as young as 11 are working aboard Vietnamese vessels fishing illegally for seafood that could end up on sale in supermarkets in the EU and US, according to an investigation by the Environmental Justice Foundation. The children were discovered on boats detained by Thai authorities for fishing illegally in Thai waters, thousands of miles from their homes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 08:33
Concern at Port Talbot plant as company announces it will be reducing European workforce. Unions have sought urgent talks with Tata Steel after the owner of the Port Talbot steelworks shocked workers with plans to cut 3,000 jobs across Europe. The announcement, the latest sign of the , was made late on Monday night without any consultation with worker representatives.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 08:30
Wrong minister approved order, court hears during appeal to overturn convictions for escaping Maze prison in 70s. The former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams was interned illegally at the height of Northern Ireland’s Troubles because the wrong minister approved his detention order, the supreme court in London has been told. In an attempt to overturn two criminal convictions for escaping from the Maze prison in 1973 and 1974, lawyers for the 71-year-old are challenging the way he was originally held under emergency legislation.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 08:13
Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams to testify publicly about Trump’s July conversation with Volodymyr Zelenskiy – follow all the latest live. 1.13pm. GMT. There will actually be two impeachment hearings held on Capitol Hill today. Vindman and Williams will testify starting at 9 a.m. ET, and Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison will testify at 2:30 p.m. ET. Volker, Trump ’s former envoy to Ukraine, previously denied knowledge of efforts to pressure Kyiv to investigate Joe Biden . However, since his closed-door testimony, at least other officials have contradicted details of his account. Although Volker may offer more favorable testimony for Trump, Democrats on the House intelligence committee will almost certainly grill him on why his memory diffe.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 07:42
Letter tells PM public have right to know about plans to avoid environment breakdown. Leaders from all the main opposition parties have written to Boris Johnson urging him to take part in a televised debate on the climate crisis before the election. The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon, Jo Swinson of the Liberal Democrats and the Green party’s Jonathan Bartley and Siân Berry argue that the public have a right to know what political leaders intend to do to avoid "the irreversible impacts of environmental breakdown".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 07:14
Geoffrey Bran told jury he and his wife Mavis often argued but she accidentally tipped fryer over herself. A chip shop owner has been cleared of murdering his wife with scalding oil after telling a jury she accidentally tipped it over herself. Geoffrey Bran, 71, , Mavis Bran, 69, at the Chipoteria in the village of Hermon, Carmarthenshire, south-west Wales.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 07:00
Social platform accused of providing inaccurate data after failing to notice bug. Labour is vastly outspending the Conservatives on Snapchat, as the two parties compete to present their message to millions of young voters through the social network. Spending just £3,000 on the platform, the Tory party has been pushing its "get Brexit done" message to the app’s audience, who are overwhelmingly under 30.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 07:00
Former Manchester United striker on ‘economic terrorism’, a suitcase that shed light on his family and trying to understand himself. For a man who spoke of seagulls and trawlers after he karate-kicked a fan in April 1995 and when he collected Uefa’s president’s award almost 25 years later, reciting "as flies to wanton boys, we are for the gods", there is something in the simplicity of what Eric Cantona says now.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 06:30
PM says government will support jobs without succumbing to panic as the economy faces global uncertainty. The prime minister, Scott Morrison, will announce a $3.8bn infrastructure stimulus package on Wednesday, saying the government will support jobs and investment as the economy faces global uncertainty without succumbing to "panic". Following and for the government to provide more fiscal stimulus amid slowing growth and record low interest rates, Morrison will use a major speech to the Business Council of Australia to outline how the government will "practically and soberly" support growth in the current economic climate.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 06:29
Mayor of 2024 host city has promised to rein in website, blamed for pushing up rents. Paris city authorities have reacted angrily to what they call a "risky" deal between the Olympic committee and the short-term tourist rental company Airbnb. Officials in the French capital, which will , blame Airbnb for causing a shortage of long-term rental property in the city, pushing up rents and forcing the middle class out.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 06:16
Bruce Bagley, from University of Miami, faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. A US professor of international studies who co-wrote a book about organised crime and is an expert on money laundering and corruption in South America has been arrested on charges of laundering corruption proceeds from Venezuela. Bruce Bagley, 73, of Coral Gables, Florida, was released on bail for $300,000 (£230,000) after appearing at Miami federal court.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 06:15
Private equity group Advent to address security concerns raised by Andrea Leadsom. The government is set to wave through the £4bn takeover of the British defence company Cobham by Advent after the US private equity group offered to address national security concerns. The business secretary, Andrea Leadsom, on Tuesday announced that the government would consult on legally binding steps to be taken by Advent, adding she was "minded to accept" the undertakings – despite objections expressed to competition regulators by unnamed parties about the private equity firm’s potential short-term hunt for profits.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/19/2019 05:26
Huddersfield Students’ Union votes to demand removal of prince from honorary post. The University of Huddersfield has said it will consult its student body over Prince Andrew’s position as chancellor after a panel voted . The university’s reaction is the latest blow for the Duke of York, who is facing mounting pressure over his friendship with the convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, as a number of senior politicians criticised him and business partners dropped him.

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