Monday, April 23, 2018
The mother of a child born in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting has ripped President Donald Trump for an “appalling lack of humanity and decency” after he invited...
South Carolina's capital has passed the first US city-specific measure banning bump stocks, joining a movement to halt the use of the gun accessory that drew national scrutiny after it was found...
Back in early June 2016, a few days before the referendum was held, I was asked by Newsnight if I would call for a second referendum if Remain narrowly won. I...
South Africa’s “nearly” man has made it, and nearly too late. After decades at the top of the African National Congress, Cyril Ramaphosa has at last risen to the top. Naturally...
Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Burma have told how the military targeted children and the elderly in sickening attacks. The Muslim minority refugees said soldiers and Buddhist leaders carried out a systematic...
Canadians spent $6.2bn (£3.5bn) on marijuana in 2015, almost as much as they did on wine, a report has shown.  A study of marijuana consumption between 1960 and 2015 carried out by Canada's...
Theresa May is set to climbdown on her promise to stamp the Brexit date into UK law on Wednesday after shying away from another confrontation with Tory rebels. Ms May had been...
UK corporate boards are growing older, with the average age of directors surpassing 60 for the first time, according to executive search firm Spencer Stuart, at a time when companies increasingly...
More than one-fifth of the UK’s publicly listed companies had to deal with significant shareholder rebellions this year, according to an investors lobby group seeking to reduce corporate-governance conflicts. Of the more...
Virgin Hyperloop One, a beleaguered startup trying to develop a futuristic, tube-based transportation system, got a lifeline in the form of $50m (£37m) from two foreign backers. The board approved the deal...

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