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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 18:34
    Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement
    Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement
    UK put on formal notice over internal market bill, which ministers admit breaks international lawThe EU has launched legal action against the UK after Boris Johnson failed to respond to Brussels’ demand that he drop legislation that would overwrite the withdrawal agreement and break international law.Ursula von der Leyen, the European commission president, announced that the UK had been put on formal notice over the internal market bill tabled by the prime minister last month. Continue reading...
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    CNN top news
    20/10/01 17:17
    EU launches legal action against the UK for breaching Brexit deal
    The European Union has launched legal proceedings against the UK after it failed to withdraw legislation that would breach the Brexit deal both sides signed last year and break international law.
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    CNN top news
    20/10/01 16:50
    He suffers from rare genetic condition, but there’s just no stopping this ’one in a million golfer’
    Golfer Brendan Lawlor quips he's "one in a million."
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    ABC News
    20/10/01 16:46
    EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill
    EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill
    UK legislation would breach parts of the legally binding EU divorce agreement.
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    BBC
    20/10/01 16:13
    Brexit: EU starts legal action over controversial UK Brexit bill
    Brexit: EU starts legal action over controversial UK Brexit bill
    It comes after an EU deadline for the UK to ditch powers to override its Brexit divorce deal expired.
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    Business Insider
    20/10/01 16:05
    The EU says it will take legal action against the UK for breaking the Brexit deal
    The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has begun the process of taking legal action against the UK.
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    New York Times
    20/10/01 14:55
    Democrats delayed a stimulus bill vote in an effort to reach a deal with the White House.
    Democrats delayed a stimulus bill vote in an effort to reach a deal with the White House.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 14:00
    How Covid returned English football’s resources debate to centre stage
    How Covid returned English football’s resources debate to centre stage
    Coronavirus has shone an unforgiving spotlight on the game’s structure and inequalities that can be traced back over 30 yearsThe coronavirus crisis has presented English football with an opportunity to reset its structure and values. But it has been here before. In 1990, when the top clubs in England were seeking to escape the control of the Football League and create a new competition, they approached the Football Association for their blessing. Without it, they reasoned, any plans for a “Premier League” would be dead in the water. Continue reading...
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    TIME
    20/10/01 13:03
    President Trump Signs Bill to Fund Government and Avoid Federal Shutdown
    The temporary extension will set the stage for a lame-duck session of Congress later this year, where the agenda will be largely determined by the outcome of the presidential election
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    BBC
    20/10/01 12:53
    Covid in Wales: Lockdown tourism businesses fear closure
    Covid in Wales: Lockdown tourism businesses fear closure
    Wrexham, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conwy face lockdown restrictions from 18:00 on Thursday.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 12:02
    ’Who doesn’t love a plaid?’ How the Clueless look was made 25 years ago
    ’Who doesn’t love a plaid?’ How the Clueless look was made 25 years ago
    Costume designer Mona May talks about the yellow plaid suit, that red Alaïa (“a-what-a?”) dress and other outfits that have ensured Clueless is a permanent fixture on fashion’s watchlistWhen it comes to films, the likes of Belle de Jour and Love Story have long been the default fashion classics. But the people name-checking those movies have obviously not seen Clueless. For a generation raised in the 90s, and another one just referencing it, the high school comedy – which came out in 1995 – is the one. It comes with meme-able lines (“Ugh, as if!”, “You’re a virgin who can’t drive”), a cast of characters including Alicia Silverstone’s Cher, Stacey Dash’s Dionne and Brittany Murphy’s Tai, and a wardrobe that stands up to multiple viewings. Here, Mona May, the costume designer behind all of these looks, as well as those for Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion and Never Been Kissed, reminiscences on 25 years of Clueless. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 12:00
    Paul Stephenson: the hero who refused to leave a pub – and helped desegregate Britain
    Paul Stephenson: the hero who refused to leave a pub – and helped desegregate Britain
    When he sat down in a pub that banned black people, Stephenson helped change Britain’s discrimination laws. He talks about organising the Bristol bus boycott, attacks from the National Front – and why Muhammad Ali composed a poem about himIn 1964, Paul Stephenson walked into the Bay Horse pub in Bristol and ordered half a pint. A bartender served him, but when the pub’s manager noticed, he told Stephenson to get out, saying: “We don’t want you black people in here – you are a nuisance.” Stephenson refused, and the police were called. Eight officers arrived to arrest him for refusing to quit a licensed premises and held him in the police cells until midnight.The Bay Horse pub may have been notorious for banning black people, but it was not alone. In 1964 it was legal in the UK to refuse service on the basis of someone’s skin colour – and black and Asian people found themselves turned away not just from pubs but from working men’s clubs – and even from housing and jobs. Continue reading...
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    CNN top news
    20/10/01 11:53
    Trump signs spending bill to keep government open until December 11
    President Donald Trump early Thursday morning signed a spending bill to keep the government open until December 11, according to a tweet from White House spokesman Judd Deere.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 11:30
    Country diary: on the tail of heavenly godwits
    Country diary: on the tail of heavenly godwits
    Whitley Bay, North Tyneside: The waders are happier here on the sand than out on the weed-strewn rocks The driving new moon tides of early autumn have reconfigured the seashore. In recent times the seasonally shifting sands here have made headlines: in 2018, the March stormfront we called “the beast from the east” flayed this beach down to its rocky bare bones. Today there is drenched sand all the way up to the sea wall and a rich, gently fermenting “wrack zone” of weed deposited by the morning’s high sea. It’s a last bonanza of the English summer for the swallows, who scud at waist height through an unseasonal humidity, protein-loading on kelp flies for their six-week trip to Africa.Below where I stand at the rail of the prom one swallow clings to the concrete of the sea wall for a moment, snatching for a fly I can’t see, before launching out again with a sort of overarm flourish, like a backstroke swimmer. Further down, on the sand, two tall waders are exploring the tidal pools. Their upcurved bills – gently retroussé, without the extravagance of the avocet – tell me that they’re godwits. Continue reading...
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    TIME
    20/10/01 10:48
    The U.S. Exported QAnon to Australia and New Zealand. Now It’s Creeping Into COVID-19 Lockdown Protests
    For a conspiracy theory with origins in American politics, QAnon is proving remarkably malleable for export. In Australia and New Zealand, it has taken on a life of its own
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