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'Kemi Badenoch would be Labour’s worst nightmare': Mark Dolan on the Tory leadership race
Queen Camilla's companion kept asking black woman where she's 'really from'
A member of the Buckingham Palace household has resigned and apologised after repeatedly asking a British black charity boss where she was ‘really’ from.
Elon Musk says he met with Apple CEO Tim Cook and 'resolved the misunderstanding' after several tweets attacking the company
Elon Musk recently called out Apple's Tim Cook for pulling ads off of Twitter, but the two tech titans have seemingly mended fences.
Kanye West, Kim Kardhashian Finalise Divorce, Rapper To Pay $200,000 Every Month In Child Support
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West got married in 2014 and she filed for divorce nearly seven years later.
SBF defends his actions and distances himself from Alameda in first live interview since FTX's collapse
Sam Bankman-Fried said he was "excited" about the prospects of his crypto exchange FTX just a month before its collapse, but admitted he made mistakes in a new interview.
Scotland Yard's Senior-Most Indian Origin Officer Speaks Out Against Racism
Neil Basu, in his last interview at the end of a 30-year career, has spoken about his concerns around racism within UK police ranks and Home Office
Europe’s anti-American itch
Europeans have only themselves to blame for their industrial and strategic failings.
US Democrats Elect Hakeem Jeffries As 1st Black Congressional Party Leader
With Jeffries 30 years Pelosi's junior, the New York congressman's election marks a generational shift for the Democrats.
EU spyware probe has a problem: Spain
Lawmakers accused of ‘protecting allies’ by inviting criticized scholars to committee hearing.
France’s Citizen Kane tests EU media freedom ambitions
Conservative billionaire Vincent Bolloré’s publishing takeover would make him a media titan just as the EU seeks to protect media pluralism
The EU is privatizing its migrant rescue work — by default
Sniping over how private NGO rescue ships should operate has proved a more manageable target than harmonizing fractured asylum rules.
Brexit Britain trapped in the middle as US and EU go to war on trade
The UK trade secretary is lobbying hard for a US rethink on green subsidies — but will anybody listen?
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