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General election: Court rejects Lib Dem and SNP bid to join Johnson and Corbyn in ITV debate – live news

Liberal Democrats and Scottish National party fail in attempt to be included in ITV debate after PM vows to end plan to cut corporation tax. Follow the latest developments, live

The SNP has said the high court decision allowing ITV to go ahead with an election leaders’ debate excluding Nicola Sturgeon means that Scottish voters are being treated as “second-class citizens”. This is from Ian Blackford, the party’s leader at Westminster.

This election is a chance for people in Scotland to vote to escape Brexit, to protect the NHS and to choose their own future with independence – yet they will not hear that argument in the debate tomorrow night.

Instead, they will only hear from the leaders of two parties who both want to pursue Brexit - taking Scotland out of the EU against its will – who want to lock Scotland into the union.

A Labour government would launch an investigation into British colonialism and its legacy today, the party’s election manifesto is expected to declare, according to this HuffPost UK story by Paul Waugh.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 17:10:05 GMT
Prince Andrew used the N-word, former No 10 aide claims

Rohan Silva says royal used word in 2012 conversation at Buckingham Palace

Prince Andrew has been accused of using the N-word in a conversation with a senior political aide, adding to the royal’s woes after his BBC Newsnight interview regarding his friendship with the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The claim was made Rohan Silva, a former aide to David Cameron, who met the prince at Buckingham Palace in 2012.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:07:48 GMT
Hong Kong protests: hundreds trapped as police lay siege to university

Teargas stops people escaping despite Polytechnic president assuring them of safe passage

Hong Kong police have fought running battles with protesters trying to break a security cordon around a university in the city, firing teargas both at activists trying to escape the besieged campus and at crowds trying to reach it from outside.

Polytechnic University, a sprawling campus that has been occupied by demonstrators since last week, has become the focus of the most prolonged and tense confrontation between police and protesters in more than five months of unrest in the semi-autonomous city.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 15:44:58 GMT
Jodie Chesney murder: two teenagers jailed for life

Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, will serve at least 26 years while Arron Isaacs, 17, will serve at least 18

Two teenagers have been jailed for life for the “callous, casual and irresponsible” murder of Girl Scout Jodie Chesney.

Drug dealer Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, and his 17-year-old runner Arron Isaacs had been looking to take revenge on rivals when they killed Jodie by mistake, the Old Bailey heard.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:16:48 GMT
House investigating whether Trump lied to Robert Mueller – live

House tells federal court it is investigating whether Trump lied: ‘Was the president not truthful in his responses to the Mueller investigation?’

According to a new poll, 70% of Americans believe Trump’s alleged efforts to have Ukraine investigate his political rival, Joe Biden, were wrong.

The ABC News/Ipsos poll found that 51% of Americans think Trump should be impeached and removed from office. Another 19% say Trump’s actions were wrong but that he should not be removed from office, and 25% believe the president did nothing wrong.

Lawyers for the House suggested in a previous court filing that the grand jury material from Robert Mueller’s investigation could help them determine whether Trump was truthful in his answers to the special counsel.

“Not only could those materials demonstrate the president’s motives for obstructing the special counsel’s investigation, they also could reveal that Trump was aware of his campaign’s contacts with WikiLeaks,” the lawyer’s wrote in the late September filing.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 17:05:33 GMT
Amazon deforestation 'at highest level in a decade'

Almost 10,000 sq kms lost in year to August, according to Brazilian government data

Deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon has hit the highest annual level in a decade, according to new government data which highlights the impact the president, Jair Bolsonaro, has made on the world’s biggest rainforest.

The new numbers, showing almost 10,000 sq kms were lost in the year to August, were released as emboldened farm owners scuffled with forest defenders in Altamira, the Amazonian city at the heart of the recent devastation.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:13:38 GMT
NI kidnapping suspect 'died of cardiac event' during arrest

Cyril McGuinness collapsed as police searched address in Derbyshire, inquest hears

A convicted criminal considered a key suspect in the kidnapping and torture of a Northern Ireland businessman died from a suspected “cardiac event” after being handcuffed during his arrest, an inquest has heard.

Cyril McGuinness, known as “Dublin Jimmy”, was seen to smoke three cigarettes and drink a cup of tea while sitting on a sofa following his arrest at around 7am in the Buxton area of Derbyshire on 8 November.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:57:17 GMT
Extinction Rebellion hunger strikers target UK political parties

Activists stage protests at party HQs to push climate emergency on to general election agenda

Extinction Rebellion activists have begun hunger strikes outside a number of UK political party headquarters to push for more robust policies on tackling the climate emergency in the general election.

The action, in which one group of demonstators has occupied a lobby at the Labour party’s London headquarters, is part of a wider global Extinction Rebellion protest centred on a week-long hunger strike.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 14:21:23 GMT
Jennifer Arcuri says Boris Johnson left her to be 'fed to the lions'

US businesswoman says she told PM last week she would speak out against him

Jennifer Arcuri, the US businesswoman at the centre of conflict of interest allegations against Boris Johnson, has said she warned the prime minister last week that she would speak out against him after he repeatedly refused to take her calls.

In a round of live broadcast interviews on Monday, Arcuri said Johnson should apologise for ignoring her and allowing her to be “fed to the lions” since news of their relationship became public.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 13:56:50 GMT
Veterinary college apologises after vegan outcry over use of sheep in naked calendar

Vets say students were holding sheep in safe way but vegans call image ‘disturbing’

The principal of the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has apologised after vegan activists complained about a naked calendar featuring an image of several students posing with sheep.

The college said the calendar would still be published but the “ethically challenged” image would be removed.

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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 14:39:49 GMT




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