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'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

Declaring the issue "complicated", Ciaran Martin said that "everything is on the table" as the UK decides whether to follow Australia and the US in banning Huawei.

  • by Latika Bourke

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Tory MP resignations add to chaos enveloping British politics
Brexit Chaos

Tory MP resignations add to chaos enveloping British politics

The Conservatives have abandoned their principles and are being taken over by hard-right extremists, defecting MPs warn.

  • by Nick Miller
Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei
Huawei

Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei

Worries about the UK's exposure to Huawei may make the Five Eyes partners, and perhaps France, Germany or Japan, less inclined to co-operate, says expert.

  • by Latika Bourke
Swiss avalanche buries skiers
Skiing

Swiss avalanche buries skiers

Rescuers using helicopters "saved several people" after a search, according to spokesman Steve Leger of the Valais police.

  • by Jamey Keaten
Islamic State bride Shamima Begum stripped of UK citizenship
Islamic State

Islamic State bride Shamima Begum stripped of UK citizenship

In a legally controversial decision, the UK home secretary has moved to bar the 19 year-old from coming home with her newborn baby.

  • by Nick Miller
France shaken by outbreak of anti-Semitic violence and abuse
Racism

France shaken by outbreak of anti-Semitic violence and abuse

"Whoever did this is not worthy of the French republic and will be punished," declared President Emmanuel Macron touring a vandalised Jewish cemetery.

  • by Luke Baker
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Award-winning Aussie barista told to 'get out of Sweden'
Immigration

Award-winning Aussie barista told to 'get out of Sweden'

He's twice been named Sweden's best barista, but this Aussie says the country's red tape is threatening to ruin his successful new business.

  • by Nick Miller
Spain, Gibraltar row over warship incident amid Brexit uncertainty
Brexit Chaos

Spain, Gibraltar row over warship incident amid Brexit uncertainty

Authorities in Madrid and Gibraltar have given differing versions of an incident in which a Spanish warship told commercial ships to leave anchorages near Gibraltar.

Labour centrists quit party, recalling failed 80s experiment
UK

Labour centrists quit party, recalling failed 80s experiment

It didn't work in the 1980s - will a new group of Labour rebels 'fix politics' or hand power to the Conservatives for a decade?

  • by Nick Miller
'I never did anything dangerous': UK teen IS bride has baby in Syria
Islamic State

'I never did anything dangerous': UK teen IS bride has baby in Syria

The teenager, who wants to return to the UK, says she has no regrets about joining IS and was 'only a housewife' in her time with the militants.

  • by Sylvia Hui
It's time to hold 'digital gangster' Facebook to account: British MPs
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It's time to hold 'digital gangster' Facebook to account: British MPs

A long-awaited report into online misinformation, 'fake news' and privacy breaches reads like a 110-page hate letter to Facebook.

  • by Nick Miller