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Turkish lira crisis: US threatens fresh sanctions, as minister rules out capital controls – live updates

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All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest on the Turkish currency crisis that has spooked investorsLatest: Berat Albayrak has spoken to thousands of investorsFinance minister pledges to fight inflation and support banksSpending cuts loomAlbayrak: Won’t need capital controls or the IMFEarlier:Introduction: Turkish finance minister faces credibility testProfile: Berat Albayrak: the Jared Kushner of Turkey 6.05pm BST The lira has pared

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It’s time for Jeremy Corbyn to take on his critics with a major speech. Here’s what he should say | Gary Younge

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Labour’s leader should own his mistakes – but he has been on the right side of history more often than many of his criticsOn 18 March 2008, during a media feeding frenzy about statements made by his radical Chicago pastor, Jeremiah Wright, presidential hopeful Barack Obama gave a speech in Philadelphia. His aim was to lay out his candidacy and experiences within the context of America’s racial history. Jeremy Corbyn needs to make a similar intervention

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Asking staff to pay for rail mess isn’t fare | Letters

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Margaret Prosser is outraged by Chris Grayling’s stating that fares should be eased by the workforce taking a lower-than-inflation pay increaseIt is an accepted fact that our rail industry, to put it mildly, leaves a great deal to be desired. Excuses given include staff shortages, broken trains, signals, track issues, and of course the major timetable change. Now we have notice of fare increases which the secretary of state, Chris Grayling, says should be

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British Columbia declares state of emergency as over 500 wildfires burn

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About 566 wildfires are currently burning across the province, prompting the evacuation of 3,000 peopleThe Canadian province of British Columbia has declared a state of emergency as thousands of firefighters battle more than 500 wildfires with little relief in sight. “We’re going to throw everything we’ve got at these fires, but in a lot of cases, Mother Nature is going to be in the driver’s seat,” Kevin Skrepnek, the province’s chief fire information

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Labour antisemitism row: Unite boss accuses Jewish leaders of 'truculent hostility'

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Len McCluskey hits out as he joins fellow union bosses in urging party to adopt full IHRA definitionLen McCluskey has accused Jewish leaders of showing “truculent hostility” towards Labour, as he called for the party to draw a line under the antisemitism row by adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance guidelines in full.The Unite general secretary’s backing for the full IHRA definition, with all its examples, in Labour’s new code of

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Ugandan pop star politician charged over convoy clashes

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Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, who sings as Bobi Wine, is a leading rival to President MuseveniA pop singer turned politician and prominent critic of Uganda’s veteran ruler, Yoweri Museveni, has been charged in a military court with unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition, following his arrest after the presidential convoy was pelted with stones.Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, known to fans as Bobi Wine, was arrested in the north-western town of Arua on

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Turks are smashing their iPhones to protest Trump

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Turks show support for their gov't as it clashes with U.S. over a jailed American Pastor Andrew Brunson by destroying U.S. products

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Abuse victims increasingly denied right to stay in UK

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Refusal rate doubles for spousal visa holders who have suffered domestic violenceCase study: ‘They told me I was going in two hours’ The refusal rate for people applying to stay in the UK after suffering domestic violence more than doubled between 2012 and 2016 after the government pledged to make the UK a “hostile environment for illegal immigrants”.A new rule, which allowed people who entered the UK on a spousal visa and then suffered domestic abuse,

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