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The Guardian World News RSS feed adds around 130 items each day. It is most often mixed with other news feeds from The BBC, ABC, The Independent, and The WSJ.

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Why Locked Up has become Spain's biggest breakout TV hit

Published on 27th April, 2017, 12:54 PM

By blending Breaking Bad and Orange is the New Black with impeccable plotting – and some dubious titillation – Spanish prison drama Locked Up is winning over more than just expats

Possibly because of BBC1’s early-90s soap flop Eldorado, the British TV schedules infrequently visit Spain. When they do, it’s often through the lens of expat life, be it aspirational shows such as A Place in the Sun or dramas such as Benidorm; when Spanish shows come to Britain meanwhile, they can be so-so, such as Sky’s Grand Hotel. But with prison drama Locked Up, Spain has created a clever and thrilling breakout hit.

With its female inmates, Locked Up was always at risk of sentences from critics accusing it of theft from Orange is the New Black and Prisoner Cell Block H. But, while there are unavoidable overlaps, especially in sexual tension and the tactics of incarceration, the Spanish show’s originality has raised high anticipation for the second season that starts on Channel 4 tonight, ahead of the release of all 13 episodes on All 4’s global TV drama library Walter Presents.

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Le Pen's replacement as FN leader 'questioned existence of gas chambers'

Published on 27th April, 2017, 12:50 PM

Jean-Françcois Jalkh, who is interim president of Front National, reportedly made comments in interview 17 years ago

Marine Le Pen’s replacement as acting leader of the Front National during the final days of her French presidential campaign has come under fire over past statements he made apparently questioning the existence of gas chambers.

“I believe we should be able to discuss this issue [of gas chambers],” Jean-François Jalkh, who was nominated interim president of the far right party following Le Pen’s decision to stand aside, reportedly told an academic in an interview in 2000.

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General election 2017: Tony Blair refuses to endorse Jeremy Corbyn for prime minister – politics live

Published on 27th April, 2017, 12:43 PM

Follow all the day’s campaign action, as Greens and Lib Dems get tactical in Brighton, and Johnson calls Labour leader ‘mutton-headed mugwump’

The Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said his party will offer young people “a way out” of a hard Brexit, suggesting students should return to the party despite the coalition’s vote for tuition fees.

Farron addressed a rally in Cambridge on Thursday, where his party was ousted by Labour in 2015 in part due to a backlash against the Lib Dems’ vote to increase the fees despite an election promise not to do so.

Alex Salmond, the SNP’s international affairs spokesman and the former Scottish first minister, has criticised Boris Johnson for floating the idea of the UK backing an American air strike against the Assad regime in Syria. Parliament has not approved this, Salmond said. He told Sky News:

Boris Johnson says it would be difficult to say no to the Trump administration. Well, he never tries to say no to President Trump. He’s a mini-me of President Trump. He does not make the attempt to say no.

They have no parliamentary sanction whatsoever to engage in the sort of conflict that the foreign secretary was so unwisely speculating on.

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