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  • Published on 22 Oct 2017 Sections ,

    As Britain pledges £10 million in aid for the ruined Syrian city of Raqqa, we hear from several families who’ve lived there since the so-called Islamic State proclaimed it their political capital and survived the brutal battle to drive the jihadists out. Their home was liberated by the mostly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces. Film-maker Gabriel Chaim…

  • Published on 21 Oct 2017

    Feminist, LGBT rights activist and model – Yrsa Daley Ward is fast becoming a star in the poetry world. Three years ago the Lancashire born writer self-published her first collection. When it failed to launch she shared the poems on Instagram, winning over 120 thousand fans. Now Daley Ward has become Penguin’s newest published poet…

  • Published on 21 Oct 2017

    The Spanish government is set to decapitate the Catalan administration, impose direct rule and call new elections. It follows weeks of upheaval over the independence referendum in Catalonia, which Spain’s political leaders and courts said was illegal.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2017

    Trump isolated over Iran deal – Hillary Clinton on her election loss – Willem Dafoe talks about his new film.

  • Published on 13 Oct 2017

    Speaking at an International Monetary Fund meeting in Washington, Chancellor Philip Hammond has described as “absurd” accusations that he is talking down the British economy. He tells Dani Isdale that negotiations over Brexit must continue and the EU and UK need to “sit down and talk”.

  • Published on 11 Oct 2017

    Weinstein casts a dark shadow across the film industry as more and more women come forward with accusations against him.

  • Published on 10 Oct 2017

    To be or not to be an independent nation. Not for now, was the answer of the Catalan President…

  • Published on 9 Oct 2017

    The Prime Minister says the ball is in Europe’s court, Europe says the ball is in Britain’s court. But who dropped the ball in the first place and what game are they playing anyway?

  • Published on 6 Oct 2017

    Grant Shapps goes public with a plot to sack Theresa May, provoking open warfare in the Conservative Party.

  • Published on 6 Oct 2017 Sections

    The material, shot by Syrian film-maker Waad Al-Kateab, featured both unprecedented documentation of the turmoil in the city’s final hospital, as well as the human stories of those who stayed during the siege.

  • Published on 5 Oct 2017

    Former Prime Minister Edward Heath: we would have interviewed him under caution over child abuse allegations say police.

  • Published on 5 Oct 2017

    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…

  • Published on 5 Oct 2017 Sections ,

    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?…

  • Published on 4 Oct 2017

    At her conference end, Mrs May defies a cruel cough, but for how much longer will she keep her cabinet rivals at bay?

  • Published on 3 Oct 2017

    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.