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Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange: the S&P 500, which sets the tone for markets globally, passed a landmark in August as it recorded its longest rally, having gone nine and half years without a fall of at least 20 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

US-China trade tensions. Brexit. Fears of a global recession. Drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil refineries. Donald Trump becoming the third US presid(...)

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood: “In 1972, 14 innocent civil rights marchers were gunned down by the British army on the streets of Derry. Is prosecuting those veterans vexatious? No it is not.”   Photograph: Pacemaker Press

The consequences of last week’s general election on the shape of the House of Commons are most visible on the government benches, which can no longer (...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson alongside members of his cabinet in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/AFP/UK Parliament

As MPs piled into the House of Commons chamber for Lindsay Hoyle’s election as speaker, the swell of Conservatives soon overwhelmed the government’s g(...)

Nigel Dodds’s defeat in North Belfast put a cruel full stop to unionist influence at Westminster. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty Images

An unusually unpredictable Northern Ireland election returned surprising, heartening results. Though not for the DUP or even Sinn Féin, despite the la(...)

 British prime minister Boris Johnson and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds arrive back at 10 Downing Street in London. Photograph: Vickie Flores/EPA

Five reasons why the Conservatives won   Brexit British prime minister Boris Johnson’s message that he would “get Brexit done”, repeated over (...)

DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds at the Belfast count centre after losing his seat to Sinn Féin candidate John Finucane. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Big changes after the Westminster election in Northern Ireland. So, no surprise there. Voters were annoyed with the DUP over Brexit, and probably oth(...)

Two hands: UK prime minister and Conservative leader Boris Johnson gets to grip with a cod in Grimsby, northeast England. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP.

“Another whopper on the side of a bus,” says the advertisement on the side of a red London double-decker. “Must be an election.” Created by advertisi(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson, pictured at the BBC leaders’ debate on Friday,  dodged a question on if he would resign if he failed to win a majority.   Photograph: BBC/PA Wire

British prime minister Boris Johnson said he was nervous about his narrowing lead in opinion polls ahead of Thursday’s election as he pledged to deliv(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Johnson has maintained his personal lead over Corbyn, who remains unpopular, particularly among older voters in the midlands and the north of England. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

 Giant fans were blowing powerful gusts of warm air into the Custard Factory in the former loading docks of the old Bird’s Custard factory in Bir(...)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk (centre)  arriving  at US district court in Los Angeles. Photograph: Mark J Terrill/AP

Jurors were expected to begin deliberating in Los Angeles on Friday in the lawsuit brought against Elon Musk by a British cave explorer who says the T(...)

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