Heres how to beat the populists: stop talking about immigration | Natalie Nougayrde

The way to take on Orbn and Salvini is to point out the dangers they pose to the democratic rule of law, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrde While the British Brexit debate rages on, it continues to ignore entirely a more important European political battle: the search for the best…

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A road full of bottlenecks: Dutch cycle path is made of plastic waste

First path entirely made of recycled bottles, cups and packaging opens in Zwolle The worlds first plastic bicycle path made of recycled bottles, cups and packaging has opened in the Netherlands, as part of a pilot that could see similar roads open up across the country. The 30-metre path, made…

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Rightwing author Jerome Corsi subpoenaed in Mueller investigation

Conspiracy theorist and associate of Trump adviser Roger Stone will cooperate in Russia inquiry, lawyer says Jerome Corsi, a rightwing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Corsi, an associate of the longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone, was asked to appear at 9am in Washington on Friday, according to…

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‘Iran was like hell’: the young refugees starting new lives in Serbia

Balkan country has had a sharp rise in number of Iranians seeking asylum, as young people flee from an economy on its knees At Miksalite refugee centre in central Belgrade, young asylum seekers are queueing up to get a free haircut. The room is packed with newcomers, connecting their phones…

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