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European parliament Brexit chief: 'Let Britons keep freedom of movement'

British citizens should be able to choose to keep various benefits of EU membership, including freedom of movement, the European parliament’s chief Brexit representative has said.<p>Guy Verhofstadt said he hoped to convince European leaders to allow Britons to maintain certain rights if they apply for …

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Middle East Monitor

May 11, 2018<p>The Polisario Front has had a number of diplomatic victories since it was created 45 years ago, the President of the Algerian-Sahrawi …

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Clifftop hotels around the world

UK to test self-driving cars on public roads this year

Driverless cars will soon be rolling across the UK's public roadways, thanks to a government decision to permit tests by the end of 2013, reports BBC News. A report from the country’s Department of Transport gives a rundown of the plans, which it believes will lower congestion and improve safety — …

Here’s what connected cars will be doing by 2020

<i>Pavan Mathew is Global Head of Connected Car for Telefonica Digital.</i><p>Many of us dream of autonomous cars. Just imagine the relaxation of completely hands-free driving that is both seamless and safe, unlocking new time for us to work, talk, and learn while going from point A to point B. A recent …

Party conferences can seem a contradiction in terms. Not much conferring appears to go on and the parties tend to be rubbish. http://bbc.in/1ebDAV8 But that does not mean they do not matter, says the BBC's deputy political editor, James Landale, in his guide to the conference season.

United Airlines vows to honour free flights after computer glitch

<b>Excessive baggage fees and very little leg room are common complaints from annoyed airline passengers.</b><p>But United Airlines customers are unlikely to …

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'Tory MPs rebel over Army cuts' - the front page of tomorrow's Sunday Telegraph

Trending: It remains obvious that language is a huge reason it has been so hard to create a true European identity. EU institutions should do more to make sure European children learn early and fluently not just English, but another European language. (This goes for the British, too.) http://econ.st/1aFPrdy

Should I? Jeremy Clarkson hints he could contest Labour leader Ed Miliband’s seat

and<p>Jeremy Clarkson could be set for a new career in politics after he hinted he could contest Labour leader Ed Miliband’s seat.<p>It is uncertain …

Wider understanding

A CALORIE is a calorie. Eat too many and spend too few, and you will become obese and sickly. This is the conventional wisdom. But increasingly, it …

Syria hails US-Russia deal on chemical weapons

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1010000/1010908_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524656298_f1ff554b52be4fc425dc092adb639895<p><b>The US-Russia deal on Syria's chemical weapons is a "victory" that averts war, a Syrian minister says.</b><p>The framework document says Syria must provide …

Internet security: 10 ways to keep your personal data safe from online snoopers The internet has changed our lives in countless positive ways, but it has a dark side. Personal privacy has been lost, leaving you at risk from shady individuals, companies and security agencies. But there are steps you can take to limit your exposure http://t.gu.com/oQo00 Photograph: Lars Dickhoff/Corbis

The anxiety epidemic gripping Britain ‘The voice in your head is constant. You can’t stop it. It’s exhausting’: blogger Claire Eastham http://t.gu.com/oQoWi Photograph: Suki Dhanda for the Observer

The Economist - World News, Politics, Economics, Business & Finance

Current editionApr 21st 2018<p>The Trump presidencyWhat’s become of the Republican Party?Fifty years down-riverBritain’s racial reckoningPoland and the …

McBanquet: Teenagers asked to leave McDonald’s over posh dining extras

A group of civilised teenagers was asked to leave McDonald’s after bringing cutlery and candles to the restaurant.<p>Cameron Ford and Adam Welland were …