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Brexit weekly briefing: May goes on tour to find out what it all means

Welcome to the first of the Guardian’s new-look weekly Brexit briefings – a reboot of our daily EU referendum email that ran during the campaign and the aftermath of the vote. Readers signed up for the daily email will continue to receive this new one; others can sign up afresh here. The big picture “Brexit means Brexit,” as the prime ...

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Jeremy Hunt has saved his own skin but let the NHS sink | Polly Toynbee

How did Jeremy Hunt keep his job? On reshuffle day the BBC reported he was gone, but after an exceptionally long session inside No 10 he saved his skin, emerging with that grin and a tweet saying he was “thrilled”. Junior doctors were less than thrilled, since Hunt’s survival signals no turning back on the dispute he has caused. Full ...

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The Seeds for Igniting a Turkish Civil War Were Planted in Syria

The following is an articled written by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya and republished by Global Research from the Strategic Culture Foundation on August 14, 2012. Its original title is “The Push to Ignite a Turkish Civil War Through a Syrian Quagmire.” What is explained in the text is that the policy of Turkey in Syria will have self-destructive results that will ...

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Theresa May to 'reform capitalism' after Philip Green BHS scandal

Theresa May wants to reform capitalism and stamp out irresponsible corporate behaviour after the scandal over Sir Philip Green’s stewardship of the failed department chain BHS, Downing Street has said. The prime minister’s spokeswoman said on Monday the government planned to take action, after a damning report by MPs into the collapse of BHS said the retailer had fallen prey ...

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Here is the full text of Bernie Sanders’ speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Below is the complete transcript of the prepared remarks from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ speech to the 2016 Democratic National Convention. (Complete video can be found here) ~~~~~~ Good evening. How great it is to be with you tonight. Let me begin by thanking the hundreds of thousands of Americans who actively participated in our campaign as volunteers. Let me ...

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Convention Nightmare: Voters Needed More Time to Absorb RNC Horror Show before the Dems Took Stage

Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a hangar at Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona.Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore/Flickr CC It’s time to start spacing the conventions out, putting two weeks — a month, even — between the Republican and Democratic national conventions. I don’t say this because I, personally, was only home for 36 hours after Cleveland before I had ...

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Kelvin ​MacKenzie's pursuit of Channel 4 News is 'beyond belief', says Tim Farron

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has accused Kelvin MacKenzie of “shameless self-promotion” after the Sun columnist threatened to complain to regulators about Fatima Manji wearing a hijab on Channel 4 News. MacKenzie used Monday’s Sun column to continue his attack on Channel 4 News and Manji, saying he would complain to Ofcom that a newsreader wearing the hijab during a ...

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Theresa May: ‘Nobody wants to return to the borders of the past’ – video

Theresa May says “nobody wants to return to the borders of the past” on her first visit to Northern Ireland as prime minister on Monday. May points out there was a common travel area between the UK and the Republic many years before both countries joined the EU. She says they will find a way forward Source link

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How dishonourable do you have to be to be stripped of an honour?

With Sir Philip Green facing calls to have his knighthood taken from him after being accused of plundering his former company BHS at the expense of thousands of workers, the Cabinet Office disclosed it was reviewing the accolade. From being a sex offender to bringing a bank to the brink of collapse, there are plenty of precedents for losing honours ...

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Profits Are Sky-High, But Airlines Keep Coming Up With New Ways to Gouge You With Fees

Photo Credit: Milkovasa / Shutterstock The airline industry is whistling a cheery tune these days, and it sounds suspiciously like “Happy Days Are Here Again.” With gasoline prices at a level not seen in decades, the troubled post-9/11 airline industry seems a distant memory. In its place is an industry awash in profits. Delta Airlines reported $4.5 billion in profits last year. ...

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Secondary schools spent £56m on teacher job ads last year, says Labour

Secondary schools struggling to recruit sufficient staff spent an estimated £56m on advertising for vacant posts last year as a result of a growing crisis in teacher recruitment and retention, according to Labour. A freedom of information request to a sample group of schools found that the average spend on advertising to fill teaching vacancies in 2014-15 was just under ...

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Innocent Farmers Murdered in the Philippines

Due to devastating environmental factors North Cotabato declared their province under a state of calamity on January 20, 2016.  This took place while Cabanatuan City, Zamboanga City and Oriental Mindoro had declared their state of calamity earlier. There was no rice and there was no food. Thousands of North Cotabato peasants marched to the capital at Kidapawan City at the ...

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Philip Green threatens to sue Frank Field over 'Maxwell slur'

Sir Philip Green has instructed lawyers to demand an immediate apology from Frank Field, one of the senior MPs who led an inquiry into the failure of BHS. The billionaire retail tycoon launched a fightback on Monday, hours after he was heavily criticised in a report by two House of Commons committees, one of which is chaired by Field. The ...

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Trump goes back off script during freewheeling campaign stop with Pence

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) and vice presidential candidate Mike Pence speak at a campaign event in Roanoke, Virginia, U.S., July 25, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri Donald Trump eagerly injected himself into the Democratic Party’s email controversy on Monday, calling the revelations that the party apparatus backed Democrat Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders proved his charges that the system is ...

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Sanders Delegates Are Not Going Away Quietly at the DNC

Photo Credit: Steven Rosenfeld Hundreds of Bernie Sanders delegates and their supporters met for several hours on Monday morning to orchestrate their protests on the floor of the Democratic Convention that will open later today and to hound members of Congress who are rejecting their issues—starting with the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal and a Medicare-for-all health care system. ...

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Nicola Sturgeon: independence may offer Scotland greatest stability – video

With the rest of the UK facing an uncertain future following last’s month Brexit vote, the Scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says independence may offer Scotland greater stability. Speaking at an Institute for Public Policy Research event in Edinburgh, Sturgeon said David Cameron was reckless for holding a referendum on leaving the EU to ‘appease Ukip and Eurosceptic voices in ...

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What can aid workers do to heal tensions in a post-Brexit vote world?

While there were many reasons behind the UK’s historic vote to leave the EU, one of the key aspects of the successful leave campaign was its negative stance towards immigration. And this wasn’t confined to the movement of European citizens – from Ukip’s infamous “breaking point” poster to media interviews with members of the voting public, migrants and refugees from ...

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Joris Luyendijk’s Project Pain will only divide Europe more | Letters

I understand the annoyance of Joris Luyendijk with the UK (After Brexit, a game plan for the EU: unleash Project Pain, 25 July), but the logic of any “Project Pain” is counterproductive to the cause we both support. Our mutual cause is a Europe with a successful economy, cooperation between nations, the furtherance of citizens’ rights and a successful EU. If ...

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Will Bernie Sander’s political movement have life beyond the DNC?

Along with the Democratic party officials, delegates, lobbyists and members of the media who flocked to Philadelphia this weekend came tens of thousands of activists — a number that will likely continue to grow during the four days of the party’s presidential nominating convention, officially kicking off Monday night with speeches from first lady Michelle Obama and former presidential hopeful ...

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Sanders Delegation Plans Major Floor Protest Actions at Democratic Convention

Photo Credit: Steven Rosenfeld Hundreds of Bernie Sanders delegates and their supporters met for several hours on Monday morning to orchestrate their protests on the floor of the Democratic Convention that will open later today and to hound members of Congress who are rejecting their issues—starting with the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal and a Medicare-for-all health care system. ...

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Brexit referendum delivered the slimmest of mandates | Letters

“Brexit means Brexit.” For it to be otherwise would be a refutation of the referendum result. But, as turbulence and uncertainty continue to threaten stability and confidence (First economic health check since Brexit sounds alarm, 23 July), it remains unclear what form Brexit might take. Opinions range from the radical “We want our country back” to Brexit-lite where we carry ...

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This row over Liz Truss as lord chancellor isn’t about gender. It’s about the law | Charles Falconer

Last week I expressed my strong concern that the prime minister had failed to comply with her constitutional obligation to appoint as lord chancellor someone who appeared qualified to defend the rule of law. Related: Liz Truss camp accuses Tory justice committee chair of misogyny The response of the lord chancellor has rather increased my concerns. Sources close to Liz ...

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Labour sued by members barred from leadership vote

Labour is being sued by a group of its members over the decision to exclude 130,000 people who joined the party since January from being able to vote in its leadership contest. Harrison Grant, a London law firm, issued proceedings against Labour and its general secretary, Iain McNicol, on behalf of the members, who are crowdfunding to pay for their ...

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FBI opens investigation into the DNC hack after WikiLeaks dumps trove of emails

The FBI announced on Monday that it has formally opened an investigation into the hack of the Democratic National Committee. Specifically, the FBI said it is looking into figuring out “the nature and scope” of the hack, while also noting that “a compromise of this nature is somethi… Continue reading

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Paul Krugman Dismantles the Entire Premise of Trump's Candidacy

The heads of fact-checkers throughout the land exploded last week, as speakers at the RNC in Cleveland piled lie upon lie upon piles of lies. The favorite of all these lies is the one about crime running rampant and Americans in general being so very unsafe. It’s just not true. Paul Krugman dismantles this myth in Monday’s column, starting with ...

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McDonnell and Corbyn called for protection for pharmaceuticals in 2014

Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell jointly called for the UK to remain “a world leader” in pharmaceuticals research two years ago, it has emerged, a day after a plan by the pair to crack down on tax relief for innovation relating to the industry was unveiled. An early day motion in April 2014 by Corbyn and McDonnell, then backbenchers, sponsored ...

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Theresa May's scrapping of minister for refugees 'disgraceful'

The government has been criticised for its decision to scrap the post of minister for newly-arrived Syrian refugees, with the Labour leadership contender Owen Smith branding the move “utterly disgraceful”. Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat leader, said the decision showed Theresa May’s government was “all talk and no action” when it came to a more compassionate approach to the refugee ...

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Thirty Seconds to Midnight. On the Knife Edge of Nuclear Disaster? Human Miscalculation is an Enormous Risk

Thirty Seconds to Midnight. On the Knife Edge of Nuclear Disaster? Human Miscalculation is an Enormous Risk Former US Secretary of Defense William Perry warns that the world is on the knife edge of nuclear catastrophe.  Such catastrophe can result accidentally from electronic failures or glitches in warning systems and from the recklessly aggressive and unnecessary force buildup against Russia.  ...

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Treating Muslim children as terror suspects does not make Britain safer | Homa Khaleeli

In the last year, there has been growing unease around the government’s Prevent strategy. The UN special rapporteur, along with human rights groups and the government’s own independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, have voiced serious concerns. MPs and peers from the joint select committee on human rights have also called for an independent review. Last summer, the government’s counterterrorism policy ...

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Laws of friction found in Da Vinci’s ‘irrelevant’ doodles

Leonardo da Vinci — painter, mathematician, inventor and scientist extraordinaire — was, in the truest sense of the words, a Renaissance Man. So much so that more than 500 years after he doodled in them, his sketchbooks are still capable of throwing up surprising secrets. In a new paper published in… Continue reading

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Respected Progressive Organizer Makes Her Case for Tim Kaine

Some of my progressive friends were surprised by Hillary Clinton’s decision to select Tim Kaine as her running mate. Here’s my take on him. Tim Kaine grew up in a working class family, earned a B.A. in economics from the University of Missouri, and then went to Harvard Law School. He took a break from law school to work with ...

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Sturgeon: independence may be best for Scotland amid Brexit upheaval

Independence may offer Scotland the greatest stability as the rest of the United Kingdom faces upheaval and unpredictability after voting to leave the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said. Scotland’s first minister described the barriers to protecting her country’s interests while remaining in the UK as “substantial”. Addressing an Institute of Public Policy Research event in Edinburgh, Sturgeon said she feared ...

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Jeremy Corbyn is a great populist. But that’s no good for our democracy | Julian Baggini

Think of populism and you’ll likely think of the nasty rightwing nationalism of Marine Le Pen, Geert Wilders or Nigel Farage. But if Jeremy Corbyn is re-elected as Labour leader, it will be a mild-mannered socialist who will have led the most successful populist campaign in Britain in decades. Related: When will Labour’s tribal warfare come to an end? | ...

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Are the Dover delays revenge for Brexit – or bad news for Theresa May? | Mary Dejevsky

What goes wrong on holiday can be as memorable for children as what goes right, and not necessarily in a bad way. I well remember how we ran out of petrol on a German autobahn from Berlin in the days of the cold war, or the day the accelerator pedal got stuck as we drove through villages in Slovenia (it ...

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Nintendo shares plunge, company says Pokemon GO’s earnings impact limited

Shares of Nintendo Co tumbled as much as 18 percent early on Monday after the company said smash-hit mobile game Pokemon GO would have only a limited impact on its earnings. Nintendo said after the market closed on Friday that it had already factored in anticipated revenues from its Pokemon GO Plus … Continue reading

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Kissing, Touching, Oral Sex: Fox News Employees Say Harassment Problem Goes Way beyond Roger Ailes

Employees say that sexual harassment, bullying and intimidation at the Fox News Channel are pervasive throughout the network’s culture and by no means is the problem limited to now-ousted CEO Roger Ailes. On Saturday, the New York Times reported that it had spoken to a dozen women currently or formerly employed by the news network, all of whom say that ...

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McDonnell accused of downplaying seriousness of Malhotra office row – Politics live

Good morning. After four weeks of intense turmoil after the Brexit vote, British politics is getting back to – well, normal probably isn’t quite the right word, but “non-frantic” is correct. The Commons is in recess, and sensible people are planning their holidays. And political correspondents are left with just three leadership contests to cover (Ukip, the Greens, and of ...

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Sanders Never Had a Chance: WikiLeaks Exposes Democratic National Committee’s Rigged Process in Favor of Clinton

A race to be Democrat nominee never existed, things rigged from the start last year to select Clinton party standard bearer. The process was like holding a world series or super bowl with only one team represented. Sanders never had a chance and knew it, enjoying his extended 15 minutes of fame while it lasted – caving in the end ...

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‘Embrace immigration!’ – Boris‘n’Donald’s seven-point guide to being a highly effective politician

Boris Johnson and Donald Trump, it has been observed, look like two peas in a particularly pasty pod. They share a similar shock of hair, the same pie-eating grin, and eyes that are always on the prize. But it’s not just looks that they share. Both men have overcome all odds and a great deal of ridicule to rise to ...

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Why Jeremy Corbyn’s support for disabled people is not enough | Frances Ryan

It’s telling that Jeremy Corbyn and his team chose to give prime position to Labour’s recent victories over tax credits and disability benefit cuts in the full-page ad he took out in the Guardian last week. It may be the young who are the key demographic behind Corbyn’s popularity but, as the Labour leader knows, it would be wise to pay ...

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WATCH: Chicago train station collapses in flames after lightning strike

On Sunday, during record thunderstorms, one of Chicago’s “Blue Line” train stations was apparently hit by lightning, then collapsed. A passing motorist managed to film the burning spectacle. It was posted on Twitter by @Breaking911: Blue Line Station Collapses After Possible Lightn… Continue reading

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Chaotic Start to DNC, As Wasserman-Shultz Resigns in Disgrace, Only to be Elevated by Clinton to Key Campaign Role

Photo Credit: http://www.debbiewassermanschultz.com/ Bernie Sanders supporters rode a roller coaster Sunday, first feeling exuberant that their longtime nemesis, Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was forced to resign after Wikileak unloaded thousands of e-mails including some that proved top DNC staff plotted to sabotage Sanders’ presidential hopes. But then Hillary Clinton issued a statement extolling Wasserman Schultz’s tenure and ...

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UK must be involved in EU anti-terrorism measures, says Keith Vaz

Ministers must decide as a matter of urgency how to maintain maximum UK involvement in EU anti-terrorism, intelligence and security policies after recent events in Germany, France and Belgium, the chairman of the home affairs select committee has said. Labour MP Keith Vaz told the Observer he had written to the new home secretary, Amber Rudd, asking her to appear ...

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Heathrow delay is harming economy, MPs warn Theresa May

Theresa May faces the first big challenge to her fledgling premiership as 36 Conservative MPs, led by the former party chairman Grant Shapps, demand an urgent decision on Heathrow airport’s expansion, warning that continued delay is damaging the UK economy. Related: Brexit vote has bolstered Heathrow’s fortunes, says airport chief Along with five MPs from rival parties, the Tory backbenchers ...

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Theresa May wrong to link ‘honour’ killings and terrorism, say campaigners

Women in the UK are at risk of the “honour”-based violence that saw socialite Qandeel Baloch murdered in Pakistan by her brother, say campaigners who accuse Theresa May of failing to put into practice advice the government was given last year in a report on the issue. Related: Let’s stop talking about ‘honour killing’. There is no honour in murder ...

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Facebook and Twitter cooperated with Brazil probe of alleged militants

3D-printed Facebook and Twitter logos are seen in this picture illustration made in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina on January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic The judge overseeing the probe that led to the arrest last week of suspected Islamist militants in Brazil said Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. co-operated with investigators by providing information about the suspects’ use of both social ...

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Countering IMF Propaganda against Brexit

Transcript of  Peter Koenig’s interview with PressTV on the IMF’s anti-BREXIT propaganda in Beijing ahead of the G-20 financial officials’ meeting in Chengdu, southwestern China’s:  According to the Associated Press, “The head of the International Monetary Fund called Friday to end uncertainty over Britain’s vote to leave the European Union she says is dampening global economic growth. The IMF cut this year’s global growth forecast ...

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Read This Extraordinary GOP Resignation Letter

According to his “About” page… Chris Ladd is a Texan in exile. After growing up in Beaumont and working for more than a decade in Houston, he moved to suburban Chicago, where he is a Republican precinct committeeman. He has a day job that he loves in the software industry. In his free time he has written for David Frum’s ...

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