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  • Minister seeks to avert revolt by promising new limits on use of EU withdrawal bill powers - Politics live December 13, 2017
    Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and MPs debating and voting on the EU withdrawal bill 6.51pm GMT Dominic Grieve intervenes. He says Raab’s latest concession (see 6.47pm) is “too late”. 6.50pm GMT The Conservative Antoinette Sandbach says she is not willing to […]
    Andrew Sparrow
  • Swansea v Manchester City, Manchester United v Bournemouth and more – live! December 13, 2017
    Premier League updates from around the grounds on a busy nightWest Ham United v Arsenal – live! | Live scoreboard!And feel free to email Barry or ping him a tweet @bglendenning 6.50pm GMT Swansea: Fabianski, Naughton, van der Hoorn, Mawson, Olsson, Ki, Roque, Carroll, Ayew, Dyer, Bony.Subs: Fer, Abraham, Narsingh, Clucas, Rangel, Mulder, Fernandez. 6.36pm […]
    Barry Glendenning
  • Human foot washes ashore in Canada for 13th time in a decade December 13, 2017
    Canadian Mike Johns made grisly find on Vancouver Island coastlineAnother dozen feet have washed up in British Columbia since 2007Canadian officials are investigating after a human foot washed up on the shores of British Columbia – marking the 13th time in the past decade that tides have carried a sneaker-clad foot on to its coastline. […]
    Ashifa Kassam in Toronto
  • West Ham United v Arsenal: Premier League – live! December 13, 2017
    Premier League updates from the 8pm GMT kick-offLive Premier League clockwatch | Live scoreboard!And feel free to email Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 8.28am GMT Hello. West Ham haven’t had much joy in this fixture in the Arsene Wenger era. Since the Frenchman’s arrival in north London 21 years ago, nothing much has gone their way […]
    Jacob Steinberg
  • Choose your own adventure – how tech is changing TV December 13, 2017
    Streaming networks such as Twitch and Amazon are working on interactivity - the industry’s next big thingAt the start of the latest season of a hit TV detective series, interviews are taking place to find a new recruit to the murder squad. As the DCI grills the contenders, viewers decide, via an app, which character/actor […]
    Mark Lawson
  • The top 10 architecture and design events of 2017 December 13, 2017
    It was a year that celebrated new dawns. From plywood to postmodernism, from the return of council housing to a Cornish art gallery, our critic picks his highlights Continue reading...
    Oliver Wainwright
  • Chris Froome fights to save career after failed drugs test result December 13, 2017
    • Froome found to have an excessive level of an asthma drug at Vuelta • Team Sky have ‘utmost confidence’ he stayed within permissible dose• Rider says he was following team doctor’s advice after asthma got worseBritain’s most successful road cyclist Chris Froome is fighting to salvage his reputation after a failed drugs test during […]
    Exclusive by Sean Ingle and Martha Kelner
  • Doug Jones’s victory over Roy Moore could mean a dramatic shift in Congress December 13, 2017
    Democrats now have a plausible path to a House majority in 2018, while Republican control of the Senate rests precariously on the narrowest seat marginDoug Jones’s stunning victory over Roy Moore in Alabama, which handed Democrats a rare win in the deep-red Republican South, threatens to imperil Donald Trump’s legislative agenda and raises the prospect […]
    Lauren Gambino in Washington
  • The top 10 photography exhibitions of 2017 December 13, 2017
    The refugee crisis became a sci-fi dystopia, a handful of dust took us to the moon and back, a Polish pioneer had suggestive fun with hot dogs and love returned to the Left Bank. Our critic picks his 2017 highlights Continue reading...
    Sean O'Hagan
  • Can Jordan get a million Syrians into work? December 13, 2017
    Women are at forefront of economic experiment in Jordan to find work for Syrians fleeing warEvery day at 6am, Fatima waits outside the gates of Jordan’s largest refugee camp for a bus that takes her and 18 other Syrian refugee women to work in a factory an hour’s drive away.It is the first job the […]
    Daniel Howden, Hannah Patchett and Charlotte Alfred in Amman

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