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Kristen Stewart: 'It's nice when people tell their own stories'
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At the UK premiere of "Charlie's Angels," stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska and director Elizabeth Banks talk about the film's timely themes. (Nov. 21)         (USA Today)
General election 2019: Corbyn vows to take on wealthy elite as he launches Labour's 'manifesto of hope' – live news
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Party to promise huge social housing investment, 1m green jobs and overhaul of business regulation Sign up to the election briefing emailLabour to unveil £75bn social housing plan to ‘build for the many’Is Labour’s pledge to build 100,000 council houses achievable?Labour manifesto promises 1m green jobs to tackle climate crisis 10.50am GMT 10.49am GMT The UK’s GDP growth rate will slip to 1% next year even if a no-deal Brexit is avoided, according to the Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation. My colleague Phillip Inman has the full story here. Related: UK growth will dip to 1% even if no-deal Brexit avoided, warns OECD Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Alex Salmond appears in court on attempted rape charge
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Scotland’s former first minister faces 14 charges that also include indecent assault Alex Salmond, the former first minister of Scotland, has appeared in court accused of attempting to rape a woman at Bute House, the Georgian property in Edinburgh’s new town used as the official residence of Scotland’s first ministers, in June 2014.He appeared at the high court in Edinburgh on Thursday in front of Lady Dorrian, the lord justice clerk, to face a total of 14 charges including one of attempted rape, 11 charges of sexual and indecent assault, some of which allegedly occurred numerous times, and two common law charges of indecent assault dating to 2008. Salmond has repeatedly denied the charges. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Government borrowing in October highest since 2014
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Borrowing climbed to £11.2bn last month, some 25% more than the same time last year. (BBC News)
General election 2019: Tories pledge extra cash for social care
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But Health Secretary Matt Hancock says a long-term plan will require "cross-party consensus". (BBC News)
Clint Eastwood's 'American tragedy'
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Director Clint Eastwood discusses the need to tell the story of Richard Jewell, a man unfairly accused of planting a bomb at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. (Nov. 21)         (USA Today)
Joe Biden's boast of African American voter support backfires – video
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Joe Biden boasted about his support among African American voters during the fifth Democratic presidential debate in Atlanta on Wednesday. 'I come out of the black community in terms of my support,' Biden said and listed 'the only black African American woman who had ever been elected to the United States Senate' as one of his endorsements, at which the candidate and senator Kamala Harris threw her hands in the air, laughing: 'Nope. That's not true. The other one is here.'Democratic debate: 2020 presidential hopefuls tear into 'criminal' Trump Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Ukraine accuses Russia of returning ships 'stripped of toilets'
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Ukraine's navy accuses Moscow of removing weapons and equipment from vessels seized in the Black Sea. (BBC News)
Nigel Farage: Top Tories offered us a packet of peerages to stand down
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Chrystia Freeland: Canada's new deputy PM who could prove crucial for Trudeau
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Decision to elevate former journalist reflects level of trust Trudeau has in her and the scale of the task for his governmentDuring the most important week in North American free trade negotiations last year, Canada’s top representative arrived in Washington wearing white T-shirt that read “Keep Calm and Negotiate Nafta” and “Mama ≠ Chopped Liver”.The message from her children who made the shirt, was clear: Chrystia Freeland was not to be underestimated. Continue reading... (The Guardian)