Madrid mass stutter over Catalonia talks

Madrid mass stutter over Catalonia talks

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionProtesters angered by the government's outreach to Catalan separatists call for new elections in Spain Supporters of Spanish conservative and centrist parties have held a protest in Madrid against government plans to hold talks with Catalan separatists. The centre-right Popular Party (PP) and Ciudadanos (Citizens) say Prime…

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Leading data company says “door is open” for neobank home loans

Leading data company says "door is open" for neobank home loans

GlobalData says the time is proper for virtual disruption in home loans after the Royal Commission. According to main data and analytics company GlobalData, the timing hasn’t ever been higher for Australia’s neobanks to go into into the home loans marketplace. A liberate from the company, which used to be …

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‘I went vegan to cloak my eating disorder’

'I went vegan to cloak my eating disorder'

Veganuary, vegan burgers, vegan trainers – veganism is definitely having a moment. And a well-planned vegan diet can support healthy living in people of all ages, according to the British Dietetic Association. But for Rebecca Hills, 20, going vegan wasn’t about 'ethics' and 'healthy eating', like she told people. It was to cover up her…

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How college yearbooks fetch the flexibility to execute lives

How college yearbooks fetch the flexibility to execute lives

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGovernor Northam: I am not the person in that photo There are many ways to bring down an opponent, but up until a few months ago, who would have thought a school yearbook would be quite such an effective tool? But time and time again, old school…

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Shut detention camps, Turkey tells China

Shut detention camps, Turkey tells China

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJohn Sudworth reports from Xinjiang, where one million Uighurs have reportedly been detained Turkey has called on China to close its detention camps following the reported death of a renowned musician from the ethnic Uighur minority. Abdurehim Heyit is thought to have been serving an eight-year sentence…

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Prince Philip, Ninety seven, offers up using licence

Prince Philip, Ninety seven, offers up using licence

Image copyright Albanpix Image caption Prince Philip was seen driving a replacement Land Rover two days after the crash The Duke of Edinburgh is to voluntarily give up his driving licence, Buckingham Palace has said. It comes after the 97-year-old duke apologised over a car crash near the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, in which his…

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Southampton fans caught making Emiliano Sala Cardiff Metropolis taunts

Southampton fans caught making Emiliano Sala Cardiff Metropolis taunts

Emiliano Sala: Cardiff and Southampton observe minute's silence for Argentine forward Southampton plan to ban two supporters who taunted Cardiff City fans about the death of striker Emiliano Sala. The 28-year-old Argentine died in a plane crash almost three weeks ago, with his body found on Thursday. Two Saints fans were pictured making aeroplane gestures…

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Warren launches White Home 2020 mutter

Warren launches White Home 2020 mutter

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionElizabeth Warren: 'This is the fight of our lives... to build an America that works for everyone' US Senator Elizabeth Warren has formally launched her bid to stand for the White House in 2020 with a speech in which she promised to tackle economic inequality. She is…

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‘Yellow vest’ protester loses fingers

'Yellow vest' protester loses fingers

Image copyright AFP Image caption Police officers throw tear gas grenades in Paris during the 13th consecutive demonstration by the "yellow vests" A "yellow vest" protester in France had his fingers ripped off during clashes at the parliament building in Paris, as the protests went into their 13th week. The protester attempted to pick up…

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Venezuela’s Guaidó vows to initiate abet routes

Venezuela's Guaidó vows to initiate abet routes

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Guaido has declared himself interim president and has been recognised as such by the EU, the US and other world powers Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has vowed to open humanitarian aid routes into the country in defiance of the government. Mr Guaidó, who has declared himself interim president,…

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