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    Reuters
    20/02/25 21:57
    No backsliding on climate goals, carbon price, EU tells Britain
    Britain must uphold EU climate change targets and environmental standards after the post-Brexit transition period, the bloc will say in negotiations to strike a deal on future ties.
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 21:11
    Hysteria over Sinn Féin entering government is about power, not the past | Brian Hanley
    Hysteria over Sinn Féin entering government is about power, not the past | Brian Hanley
    The party has smashed Ireland’s two-party system, bringing hope for a change to the old order – which is fighting to retain controlIn the recent Irish elections, Sinn Féin won 37 seats and took 24.5% of the total vote. Despite this it has been (so far) unable to form a government.The prospect of it doing so has produced expressions of horror from its rivals in Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil. The outgoing taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, described Sinn Féin plans to hold post-election rallies as part of a “campaign of intimidation”, while in an unprecedented intervention, the Garda commissioner Drew Harris (a former senior officer in the Police Service of Northern Ireland) stated that he agreed with a 2015 security assessment that claimed that the IRA army council still “oversees” the party. Mainstream commentators have echoed these points, stressing that Sinn Féin is unfit for government in Dublin. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 21:01
    On behalf of all ‘future historians’, leave us out of your Brexit rants | Charlotte Lydia Riley
    On behalf of all ‘future historians’, leave us out of your Brexit rants | Charlotte Lydia Riley
    We’re constantly being invoked to shore up people’s opinions on Brexit. Here’s what we really think about it (at the moment)Historians of the future will not judge us kindly. Historians of the future will vindicate us. (Historians of the future can feel their ears burning.) In the context of the debate around Brexit, and the past few years of turbulent political developments around the world, it feels like future historians have never been more present.The appeal to the future historian is a common trope in times of crisis. The historian of the future is pictured as a horrified figure, peering back at the madness of contemporary life. So, people claim that the future historian will be baffled, or alarmed, or confused by what is going on right now. Historians of the future, who are rational adults, will not understand why we behave in the ridiculous ways that we do. This functions as a sort of gentle chiding, a call for us to be more sensible. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:37
    Hosni Mubarak obituary
    Hosni Mubarak obituary
    Ruthless autocrat who hung on to power in Egypt for more than 30 yearsHosni Mubarak, who has died aged 91, was a stubborn and uninspiring dictator who clung to power as president of Egypt for three decades. He was periodically challenged by would-be rivals and survived at least six assassination attempts until he finally stepped down at the dramatic height of the Arab spring protests in February 2011, subsequently facing trial and imprisonment as the consequences of his country’s faltering revolution played out.Mubarak hung on until the bitter end, sending his thuggish supporters on to the streets of Cairo and beyond to confront people who had overcome their fear with mass protests that took Egypt to the brink of civil war. Until he went, after 18 tense and heady days, the capital’s Tahrir Square became a symbol of popular hope and empowerment. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:21
    Gina Miller demands review of Andrew Bailey as Bank of England governor
    Gina Miller demands review of Andrew Bailey as Bank of England governor
    Campaigner says his tenure at FCA marked by ‘negligence, incompetence and indifference’Campaigners led by Gina Miller are demanding the chancellor launch an independent review into Andrew Bailey’s appointment as Bank of England governor, saying his tenure at the Financial Conduct Authority was characterised by a “toxic cocktail of negligence, incompetence and indifference” that allowed a string of financial scandals to go unchecked.The group has written to the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, and the head of the Treasury select committee, Conservative MP Mel Stride, saying Bailey must answer questions over scandals that wiped out the savings of small investors during his watch as the chief executive of the City regulator. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:11
    With Harvey Weinstein’s conviction, the old excuses no longer apply | Hadley Freeman
    With Harvey Weinstein’s conviction, the old excuses no longer apply | Hadley Freeman
    The movie mogul’s predatory behaviour was said to be ‘just the way the industry works’. Now, finally, that may changeMemories of some of my encounters with Harvey Weinstein over the past two decades, just off the top of my head: September 2006, arriving at the New York fashion show for the now defunct fashion label Marchesa, co-run by Weinstein’s now ex-wife Georgina Chapman. Weinstein prowled around the front row, crossing off a name on his list every time a famous actress arrived to watch the show. (Several actresses have since said Weinstein “bullied” them into wearing Marchesa to high-profile events.)In 2011, hiding in a bathroom in LA to get away from Weinstein because he blamed me personally for an article in the Guardian’s business section that had reported financial difficulties at his company. In 2012 being called by one of Weinstein’s myriad assistants, when I was again in Los Angeles to cover the Oscars, to say that Weinstein had personally banned me from various restaurants because of “unfriendly” Guardian coverage. No specific date, as this was pretty much a constant over the past two decades: laughing knowingly with other journalists about how if we gave anything other than glowing coverage to his films, or actors in his films, Weinstein would ban us from his film screenings and threaten to pull advertising from our publications. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:06
    Netanyahu announces new settlements days before Israeli election
    Netanyahu announces new settlements days before Israeli election
    Plan for 3,500 homes in West Bank is seen as barrier to any future Palestinian stateBenjamin Netanyahu has announced he will move ahead with a highly controversial plan to build settlements east of Jerusalem, in an apparent offering to hardline nationalist voters less than a week before a general election.Israel’s prime minister said he would reopen the long-dormant project to build 3,500 homes for Jewish settlers in one of the most sensitive areas of the occupied West Bank. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:00
    Starbucks worker says he was fired for union organizing and ’to create fear’
    Starbucks worker says he was fired for union organizing and ’to create fear’
    Worker at Orlando international airport fired shortly he emerged as a leading organizer to unionize his co-workersGabriel Ocasio Mejias worked as a barista at Starbucks in Orlando international airport for two years before he was fired on 18 February, shortly after he emerged as one of the leading organizers to unionize his co-workers with labor union Unite Here.“I was fired three hours after another union organizer was fired,” Mejias told the Guardian. “They took me to the back of the food court, in a dimly lit area, and a manager fired me over a third write-up for drinking water. That was their way to get rid of me, for drinking water, because they know I was one of the strongest organizers. They targeted me specifically to create fear for my co-workers of joining the union.” Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 20:00
    Nicholas Burton: ‘I only want to get to the truth about the Grenfell Tower fire’
    Nicholas Burton: ‘I only want to get to the truth about the Grenfell Tower fire’
    A survivor, featured in a film released in the UK this week, says that, for him, justice is not about sending people to jailNicholas Burton, 52, is a survivor of the Grenfell Tower fire. He and his wife, Pily, were rescued from their 19th-floor flat on 14 June 2017, but she never really recovered and, following a stroke seven months later, became the last of 72 people to die as a result of the disaster.“I’ll fight with everything I’ve got” to get justice for the Grenfell victims, says Burton in a documentary film, Push, about the global housing crisis, released this week in the UK. In it, he talks about being proud to have grown up in North Kensington among a community of all faiths and colours. “But as it became trendy, wealthy people bought up properties as a fantastic investment and the area changed,” he says. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 19:15
    The Spin’s 2030 predictions: England win European Cup after passport farce
    The Spin’s 2030 predictions: England win European Cup after passport farce
    A decade after his predictions for 2020, Vic Marks looks at what might happen 10 years from now, including why Jimmy Anderson is unhappy with the vegan Duke ballsSir Andrew Strauss, chairman of the England Cricket Board, has delivered his annual report. He began by congratulating the England captain, Ollie Pope, on the team’s successful defence of the Ashes in Australia. The series finished level at 2-2 with the Sydney Test drawn. The outcome of each match was still in doubt at tea on the fifth day. The reversion to five-day Test cricket, which coincided with Colin Graves’s departure as chairman of the International Cricket Council, was deemed a success among the four countries still committed to playing Test cricket on a regular basis.Strauss expressed his gratitude to Pope and his red-ball coaching staff led by Richard Dawson, the former England off-spinner and Gloucestershire coach. He also highlighted the success of the one-day side, now overseen by Eoin Morgan, in the inaugural six-nation European Cup. England won the grand slam but he acknowledged there had been one or two well-publicised blips along the way and he thanked the minister for culture, media and sport, Edward Smith, for his assistance. Continue reading...
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    Reuters
    20/02/25 17:58
    EU27 approve negotiating mandate for more talks with Brexit Britain: diplomatic sources
    The 27 European Union countries on Tuesday approved their joint negotiating stance for talks with Britain on their new post-Brexit relationship from trade to security, paving the way for discussions to start next week, three diplomatic sources told Reuters.
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 17:00
    Landmark second world war ceremony in Moscow poses dilemma for UK and US
    Landmark second world war ceremony in Moscow poses dilemma for UK and US
    Countries question whether to attend amid questions over division in the west and Russian military actionRussian ceremonies in May to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the second world war are posing an increasingly urgent dilemma for western capitals on whether to go – and who to send.Discussions have been under way for some weeks between UK and US officials on a coordinated response. But the decision is complicated by the unpredictability of Donald Trump, and by Emmanuel Macron’s decision to accept Vladimir Putin’s invitation to the 9 May victory parade as part of his diplomatic overture to Moscow, without consulting Nato allies. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 16:39
    Post-Brexit trade talks: what are the next steps?
    Post-Brexit trade talks: what are the next steps?
    What can we expect from the talks that begin next week?All the day’s political developments – liveBrexit negotiations to secure the future relationship between the UK and the EU start next Monday. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 16:31
    Stock market sell-off continues as companies count cost of coronavirus crisis – business live
    Stock market sell-off continues as companies count cost of coronavirus crisis – business live
    European markets are in the red again after Dow plunged by 1,000 points last nightTrump: Markets will slump if I lose re-election bidLatest: European markets down as rebound fizzles outIntroduction: Markets calmer after Monday’s routUK’s Ricardo issues covonavirus profits warningMeggitt, Croda and Mordan also cite virus impact 1.00pm GMT US shoe vendor Wolverine World Wide has warned that the coronavirus will hurt its profitability, by disrupting its supply chain and cutting sales.In recent years, the Company has diversified its supply chain away from China and in 2020, China is expected to represent less than 20% of its global production, down from approximately 40% in fiscal 2019.The Company is continuing to monitor and adjust to the fluid coronavirus situation, and recognizes that there could be additional future impact to the global supply chain or customer demand. 12.39pm GMT The coronavirus is having a painful impact on Italy, forcing several towns to lock down.The Italian economy was already on the brink of recession, and financial analyst Kathleen Brooks of Minerva fears it could be driven in to a deep crisis:If Covid-19 continues to expand, the the most worrying thing is how long it will take for public confidence to return to normal once the outbreak dies down. This could lead to a wide economic impact and may be priced in to financial markets in coming weeksThe economic impact of Covid-19 could last a lot longer than the typical fly season. Italy’s economy is v weak, tourism is important to the economy of northern Italy, it also has v high debt levels, this could lead to a severe crisis for Italy’s economy. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/02/25 16:00
    How Bloomberg is wooing black voters despite his stop-and-frisk policy
    How Bloomberg is wooing black voters despite his stop-and-frisk policy
    Will African Americans overlook Bloomberg’s controversial history as New York mayor if they think he can beat Trump?The former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has made a huge push in recent weeks to attract black voters to his ground-breaking campaign to win the Democratic nomination for president.As he has poured more than half a billion dollars so far into creating the richest nomination campaign in US history, he has ploughed huge efforts into trying to win over one of the most vital parts of the Democratic electorate: black voters. Continue reading...
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