When Stephen Paddock opened fire from the window of his Las Vegas hotel room onto thousands of people on the country music festival below, those who could, ran from the danger. But one young man, with Army medical training, ran toward it. Bailey Thompson had bought his ticket from a friend who couldn’t go, an…
Welcome to our second Brexit Reality Debate. If you voted Remain should you fight Brexit or accept it. Have the people spoken – or could they change their minds? Are you sick of the whole thing and want to get on with it – or are you terrified we are sleep walking over a cliff?…
At her conference end, Mrs May defies a cruel cough, but for how much longer will she keep her cabinet rivals at bay?
President Trump calls the killer of 59 people here in Las Vegas yesterday “sick and demented”. Stephen Paddock used 23 guns in yesterday’s mass shooting, his motive still unclear.
The deadliest gun massacre in modern American history. 58 are dead and over 500 injured as a man opens fire on a Las Vegas music festival from his hotel window.
The police say they’re simply carrying out orders from Madrid to stop an illegal referendum. Polling stations in Catalonia have been smashed by the police – would-be voters forcibly removed. Four hundred and sixty people have been injured. Yet the Spanish government says the police have acted proportionately. With Spain’s long history of political strife,…
It’s the vote Madrid has done everything to block – from ruling the referendum illegal, to threatening to cut off the electricity at schools serving as polling stations. Now the Spanish government has sent thousands of police to Catalonia to stop tomorrow’s vote. Millions of Catalans have vowed to press on regardless.
Sixty are feared drowned as Rohingya refugees flee for their lives from Myanmar. The UN secretary general calls it a “humanitarian and human rights nightmare”.
The Prime Minister has set out her vision of Brexit and today the British and European negotiators said there had been some progress. Theresa May says we need a Brexit transition period lasting around two years during which nothing much changes. We remain in the single market, business carries on as before. Also remaining, four…
Tonight, in the first of two debates, a room full of Brexiteers: are they getting the Brexit they wanted? Round four of the talks has ended, with Britain claiming decisive steps and the EU warning of big gaps.
After Grenfell the government promised to help councils with fire safety improvements. Nottingham council, who’ve asked for help to fit sprinklers, tell us there’s been no financial help.
A bereaved Grenfell relative has filed a complaint about the use of a police helicopter that circled above the Grenfell Tower on the night of the fire, telling the Independent Police Complaints Commission it gave his family false hope of a rescue.
Merkel humbled. The German Chancellor receives a bitter bouquet for a fourth but diminished victory. And Germany’s far right enter the Bundestag.
Theresa May’s message to Europe: Give me more time
Mexico remains in rescue mode as across devastated neighbourhoods people scramble to free those who still remain alive.