Next in Fashion review – Alexa Chung and Tan France's outrageously OTT reality TV
Perfectly tailored for binge-watching, this thrilling Netflix contest combines bold designs, big prizes ... and bloody hands
theguardian | Top Stories | 10 mins ago
 
The Costa winner on his Auschwitz book: 'This is my greatest adventure'
Costa-winner Jack Fairweather reveals the extraordinary story behind The Volunteer, his book about a Polish resistance hero who infiltrated the Nazi death camp
theguardian | Top Stories | 10 mins ago
 
Brexit: Nigel Farage's last words to the EU parliament
The leader of the Brexit party spoke ahead of a final vote on the Brexit deal.
bbc | Top Stories | 21 mins ago
 
Iraqi discoveries help shed light on British Museum treasures
Work of trainees in Iraq has enabled new understanding of objects going on show in UK
theguardian | Top Stories | 27 mins ago
 
ITN's Alastair Stewart steps down after social media 'errors of judgement'
The broadcaster steps down from ITV News following "errors of judgment".
bbc | Top Stories | 28 mins ago
 
'We will never be Jerusalem': Abu Dis pours scorn on Trump plan
Mayor of Palestinian town cut off from Jerusalem by Israeli wall says it has no aspiration to be capital of future ‘state’
theguardian | Top Stories | 46 mins ago
 
UK presses China to let dual nationals join coronavirus exodus
China does not recognise dual nationality and is not letting Chinese passport holders leave
theguardian | Top Stories | 55 mins ago
 
Wednesday evening news briefing: Families taken from Wuhan to Britain may be split up
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telegraph | Top Stories | 1 hrs ago
 
UK has chance to 'relook' at Huawei 5G decision, says Pompeo
Secretary of state strikes measured tone but says US still thinks Chinese firm poses risk
theguardian | Top Stories | 1 hrs ago
 
The Britons getting out before Brexit ‘drawbridge’ goes up
UK nationals rush to settle in Spain before they lose their rights as EU citizens on 31 December
theguardian | Top Stories | 2 hrs ago
 
Outrage as Polanski film nominated for 12 'French Oscars'
Campaigners say Césars are acclaiming ‘an abuser and rapist on the run’
theguardian | Top Stories | 2 hrs ago
 
BBC News to axe 450 jobs as part of cost cutting effort
The BBC is to cut hundreds of jobs as part of an effort to reduce costs, the broadcaster has announced.
telegraph | Top Stories | 2 hrs ago
 
BBC announces 450 jobs will go in newsroom shake-up
BBC news to cover fewer stories and centralise programme-making in bid to save £80m
theguardian | Top Stories | 3 hrs ago
 
When fonts fight, Times New Roman conquers
As the classic typeface goes viral on Twitter, writers explain which set of letters they work in – and why it matters
theguardian | Top Stories | 3 hrs ago
 
Don’t call off the rottweiler: why now is not the time for tame political interviews
The director general of the BBC says he prefers a more gentle style to interviews. But the levels of dishonesty and evasiveness among today’s politicians demand a whole new approach
theguardian | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
PM tells Corbyn: don't be so negative about Middle East peace plan
At PMQ’s Boris Johnson says Trump’s blueprint has ‘merits of a two state solution’
theguardian | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
Northern rail to be put into public ownership
Troubled rail firm Northern is to be brought under government control from 1 March, after months of disruption
bbc | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
'Britain will feel the pain of being excluded': the countries clamouring to join as UK exits the EU
As Britain prepares for Brexit day on Friday, we visit the countries that are desperate to join
theguardian | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
StubHub misleading online ticket buyers, says regulator
CMA says site may be acting illegally by not telling buyers about resale restrictions
theguardian | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
Guardian to ban advertising from fossil fuel firms
Move follows efforts to reduce carbon footprint and increase reporting on climate crisis
theguardian | Top Stories | 5 hrs ago
 
Grenfell Tower fire: Firms want immunity over evidence
Companies due to appear at the inquiry want a guarantee that what they say won't lead to prosecution.
bbc | Top Stories | 5 hrs ago
 
Child cruelty case triggers call for home schooling review
Northamptonshire parents jailed for neglect and abuse of ‘home educated’ son
theguardian | Top Stories | 5 hrs ago
 
UK trade minister met with surveillance firm implicated in Uighur abuses
Facial recognition firm SenseTime discussed use of AI in universities with government
theguardian | Top Stories | 5 hrs ago
 
'A godlike, pounding power': Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece Restored – review
The stupendous restoration of the altarpiece, and the magnificent exhibition nearby, confirm Van Eyck as a painting colossus. Get yourself to Ghent!
theguardian | Top Stories | 6 hrs ago
 
Grenfell inquiry thrown into confusion over legal move by witnesses
Privilege would protect witness from being questioned if they risk prosecution, says chair
theguardian | Top Stories | 6 hrs ago
 
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