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November 6, 2016 3:20 PM Everything you ever wanted to know about the US Presidential election

The gender gap is a standard feature of US elections. Women are more likely to vote Democrat than men, and have been throughout the modern era, but they have never overwhelmingly rejected a nominee supported by a majority of men before. How much of this is down to the historic nature of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy as the first female president in waiting 56

November 5, 2016 11:57 PM As the world holds it breath, the most brutal presidential battle in history nears its end with all to play for

The polls continue to put Clinton ahead of her rival but all are within the margin of error with the swing seats, the real battleground, almost impossible to call. Trump’s last-minute media blitz of psychologically tailored ads are being prepared at cost of more than $5m and involve "data-mining" experts collecting thousands of bits of information about 32

November 5, 2016 11:10 PM Prime Minister warns over tying her hands in Brexit negotiations

The Conservative leader tells Remain-backing MPs and peers they "need to accept what the people decided" in the June referendum. Speaking after the High Court ruled she could not trigger talks to leave the EU without Westminster's approval, the Prime Minister said Remain-supporting MPs and peers "need to accept what the people decided". She also cautioned 25

November 5, 2016 3:52 PM Fact check: Clinton's final campaign push

With the presidential election just a few days away, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making their final appeals with multiple stops in key swing states. In our experience, we have found that facts are stretched more than usual in the final, desperate days of a close presidential campaign. And that is certainly the case this year. In stump speeches 41

November 5, 2016 12:41 PM Immigrants in US illegally see this election as crucial

NEW YORK (AP) — The estimated 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally are watching this potentially crucial election mostly from the sidelines. They can't vote, of course, so their future in this country depends on the choices other people make. Some find that frustrating and are doing whatever they can: They are taking part in get-out-the-vote efforts 16

November 5, 2016 10:00 AM PIERS MORGAN: My friend Donald is not the new Hitler but he IS a swaggering, shameless braggart

'See you at the White House,’ said my friend Donald Trump the last time I saw him in New York several months ago. He wasn’t joking. ‘I’m going to win, and I’m going to win big,’ he clarified, with his usual astonishing self-confidence. Then he gave me a bear-hug and marched off with his Secret Service detail. In just two days, the world will discover 24

November 3, 2016 7:49 PM Clinton and Trump in dead heat in battleground New Hampshire, polls show, as the Democrat suffers post-FBI slump

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are neck and neck in the battleground states of New Hampshire, two separate polls showed Thursday. A WBUR/MassINC poll showed Clinton with 39 points and Trump at 40 in a four-way match-up. Trump's slight edge is well within the poll's margin of error of 4.4 points. Still, the Republican has sliced into his rival's vote share 20

November 3, 2016 7:30 PM Melania Trump: As first lady I would fight online bullying

Donald Trump's wife makes a rare campaign trail appearance months after apparently copying parts of a Michelle Obama speech. In a rare campaign speech, Melania Trump said she would work as an advocate for women and children. Her comments come as her husband is accused of sexual harassment by a string of women and also faces claims that he is a bully 46

November 3, 2016 2:26 PM Medical and pharmaceutical firms ponder their position outside Europe

WITH its world-class research universities and embrace of exotic new medical technologies, Britain has long been a leader in the life sciences. The first mammal to be cloned—a sheep called Dolly—was born in Scotland. The creation of so-called “three-parent babies”, the result of a technique to prevent mitochondrial diseases from being passed from a mother 34 2

November 3, 2016 7:55 AM Clinton makes bid for Arizona, Trump tries to keep focus

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Hillary Clinton reveled in reliably red Arizona, seeking to pluck a Republican state away from Donald Trump in the closing days of the caustic race for the White House. Trump, meanwhile, campaigned with rare discipline as he tries to close his gap with Clinton before next week's election. "'Stay on point, Donald, stay on point 53