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Immigration worries drove the Brexit vote. Then attitudes changed. - Washington Post

LONDON — When the British voted to break away from the European Union — the historically gutsy or spectacularly reckless decision, take your pick — they said they wanted to “take back control” of their money and laws and they expressed a deep ...

Jamal Khashoggi: CIA 'blames Saudi prince for murder' - BBC News

The CIA believes that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to US media reports. Sources close to the agency said it had assessed the evidence in detail. It is understood there is no ...

Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says - New York Times

BUENOS AIRES — An Argentine military submarine has been found deep in the Atlantic Ocean almost a year to the day after it disappeared with 44 crew members aboard, the Argentine Navy said early Saturday. The submarine, the San Juan, was located ...

UN poverty tsar blames Tory policy for 'needless misery' - The Times

It is outrageous that devolved administrations need to spend money to shield people from UK government policies, the United Nations poverty envoy says. A report by Philip Alston, the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, was ...

How did California's wildfires start? Two utility companies face scrutiny - The Guardian

Pacific Gas and Electric and Southern California Edison targeted by authorities after being found responsible for earlier fires. Vivian Ho in San Francisco and Gabrielle Canon in Thousand Oaks. Sat 17 Nov 2018 02.00 EST Last modified on Sat 17 Nov 2018 ...

APEC security and PNG sovereignty - devpolicy.org

The APEC summit in Port Moresby has ignited a firestorm of debate in Papua New Guinea. Observers have highlighted the breathtaking incongruity between the lavish spending associated with APEC – including spending on luxury cars, a new freeway, and ...

Children in Need 2018: All-time total reaches £1bn - BBC News

Children in Need has now raised over £1bn since it began the annual fundraiser in 1980. It comes after a record-breaking £50.6m was donated during Friday's programme, which featured Boyzone taking to the Strictly dance floor. The five-hour show also ...

Sad reason Scary Spice Melanie B lost $140 million fortune - NEWS.com.au

Mel B was left with $1400 and a case of clothes when she walked out on her second marriage last year. The Spice Girl, who has made $140 million, says abusive ex Stephen Belafonte seized control of her finances. In her new book Mel, 43, also reveals ...and more »

Stink hits darts grand slam as match features flatulent end - The Guardian

Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms both deny responsibility for 'rotten' fart smell during Wolverhampton tournament. Pádraig Collins. Fri 16 Nov 2018 23.02 EST Last modified on Sat 17 Nov 2018 04.00 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via ...

Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama — my tricky life with Mr Unicorn - The Times

You learn a lot from Michelle Obama's candid autobiography and perhaps the most surprising thing is this: Barack Obama was a nightmare to be married to. Indeed, perhaps still is. It's a miracle they got together, given their opposing temperaments. He ...