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The US president is making his most overt attempt yet to mobilise votes using deep white supremacism.
With Johnson in office, the only certainty for EU citizens is how uncertain their future is.
Plus, Tories brace for Johnson as contest concludes, Hong Kong mob violence leaves 45 hospitalised, and Ukrainian comedian and rock star enter coalition talks.
America really needed the 1969 moon landing to go well to serve as an antidote to a decade of bad news. Does that sound familiar?
After the struggles of leading the German defence ministry, von der Leyen has returned to her original home.
The election is a reminder that ultimately it’s member states who have primacy, not European-wide institutions.
In other news, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe transferred to Iranian psychiatric ward and 64 Labour peers denounce Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism.
Hong Kong’s police are frequently depicted as enemies of the people – so why is the force seen as a desirable career path?
Plus, Tory candidates declare Irish backstop dead, Khan rejects the Tulip tower and Italian police seize far-right weapons stash.
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Environment minister François de Rugy's lavish taxpayer-funded lifestyle exemplifies the gap between the elite and the French people.
Steve Bannon’s far-right media outlet has lost 75 per cent of its audience since Trump took office and 90 per cent of its advertisers.