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45 Republican senators vote to dismiss impeachment of Donald Trump
Donald Trump’s hopes of avoiding conviction by the US Senate were strengthened on Tuesday when 45 Republicans tried to dismiss his impeachment trial before it even began.
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Biden signs four executive orders aimed at promoting racial equity
The US president, Joe Biden, has signed four executive orders aimed at healing the racial divide in America, including one to curb the US government’s use of private prisons and another to bolster
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Biden announces 'wartime' boost in vaccine supply
The Biden administration is increasing vaccination efforts with a goal of protecting 300 million Americans by early fall, as the administration surges deliveries to states for the next three weeks
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Priti Patel answers questions from MPs – watch live
The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will answer questions from MPs in the Commons.
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Boris Johnson 'deeply sorry' as UK Covid death toll passes 100,000
Boris Johnson said it was ‘difficult to compute the sorrow’ for every life lost to Covid as the official UK death toll passed 100,000.
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Keir Starmer: UK Covid death toll of 100,000 a 'national tragedy'
The Labour leader said passing the milestone of 100,000 UK coronavirus deaths was a 'terrible reminder of what we have lost as a country'.
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Boris Johnson holds UK Coronavirus briefing – watch live
Boris Johnson holds a news conference on the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK from 10 Downing Street Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► bit.ly/guardianwiressub Support the Guardian
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Dutch leaders condemn 'criminal' clashes at anti-lockdown protests
A third night of rioting has shaken the Netherlands as protesters rampaged through towns and cities around the country after government introduced a night-time curfew.
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Matt Hancock delivers speech on UK's G7 presidency – watch live
UK health secretary, Matt Hancock, discusses the role of the G7 in global public health
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UK vaccine minister 'confident' Pfizer will deliver quantities of Covid vaccines needed
Nadhim Zahawi responds after the EU threatened to block exports of coronavirus vaccines to countries outside the bloc.
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India: farmers storm Delhi's Red Fort amid violent clashes with police
Farmers protesting against new agriculture laws in India have broken through police barricades around the capital, Delhi, and entered the grounds of the city’s historic Red Fort, in violent scenes
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Thérèse Coffey abruptly ends Piers Morgan interview about UK Covid deaths
The work and pensions secretary, Thérèse Coffey, has said the age of the population and the obesity crisis has contributed to the UK's high number of coronavirus deaths.
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Thousands gather for Invasion Day rallies across Australia
People in major cities across Australia have gathered outside to attend Invasion Day rallies.
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Calls for Australia Day to move as 26 January marked by Invasion Day rallies – watch live
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - With official events cancelled, Australia Day celebrations will look noticeably different this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, but protesters are still expected to rally and
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Democrats deliver article of impeachment against Trump to Senate – watch in full
The US House of Representatives deliver an article of impeachment against former US president Donald Trump to the Senate, asserting his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol on 6 January.
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US House delivers article of impeachment against Trump to the Senate
The US House of Representatives has delivered an article of impeachment to the Senate, accusing Donald Trump of inciting insurrection in a fiery speech to his followers before the deadly attack on
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It's is too early to give a timeline for easing Covid lockdown says Matt Hancock
The health secretary, Matt Hancock, pointed out that hospital cases were almost double the April peak.
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Keon Lincoln's mother makes emotional plea to find his killers
Sharmaine Lincoln, the mother of a teenage boy who died after being shot and stabbed in Birmingham, has asked the public for help in finding her son's killers.
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Matt Hancock leads government briefing on coronavirus spread – watch live
Health secretary Matt Hancock, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Jenny Harries, and Public Health England's Dr Susan Hopkins hold a government briefing on the spread of coronavirus in the UK and
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BAME celebrities call out vaccine misinformation
A group of celebrities have released a video addressing vaccine misinformation in BAME communities.
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Schumer pledges 'real accountability' in Trump impeachment trial
Donald Trump's second impeachment trial will start the week of 8 February on a charge of inciting the mob insurrection at the US Capitol building on 6 January.
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Boris Johnson: schools 'priority' but no date on reopening
The prime minister refused to say when schools in England might reopen, adding they would be a priority once Covid infection rates came down.
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Davos: AstraZeneca chief addresses virtual World Economic Forum about Covid – watch live
The chief executive of AstraZeneca, Pascal Soriot, is expected to address the virtual World Economic Forum in Davos during a session called 'Building crisis-resistant healthcare systems in a
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Firefighters battle bushfire rages in South Australia
Footage from inside fire engine show firefighters battling a bushfire near Cherry Gardens in the suburb of Adelaide, South Australia on 24 January.
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Snowfall blankets London and large parts England
Much of the the UK was blanketed in a thick layer of snow on Sunday, delighting many people and perplexing at least one hippopotamus. Police reminded the public to maintain social distancing and
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Trump presented graphs 'I never made', says Deborah Birx
Dr Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator under Donald Trump, has told CBS's Face the Nation that she ‘saw the president presenting graphs that I never made’.
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Anti-lockdown rioters clash with Dutch police in two cities in the Netherlands
Police in Amsterdam used water cannons to disperse protesters demonstrating against COVID-19 restrictions while in the southern city of Eindhoven cars were burnt and shops smashed in riots against
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Johnson 'frightened of democracy', SNP to hold Scottish independence vote says Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon has revealed she will hold an advisory referendum on independence if the Scottish National party wins a majority in May’s Holyrood elections, regardless of whether Westminster
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UK lockdown lifting ‘a long way off’, say Matt Hancock
The UK health secretary says the government is still 'a long, long, long way from' Covid cases being low enough to lift England's lockdown during a interview on Sky's Sophy Ridge though there is
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China mine accident: 11 workers rescued after two weeks underground
Chinese rescuers pull 11 gold miners to safety, two weeks after they were trapped by an underground explosion.
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