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    YouTube faces paying billions to music stars after copyright vote

    08:26, June 20 3 0

    YouTube stars from Taylor Swift to Ed Sheeran could be in line for big paydays after the video giant lost a crucial vote in Brussels over new copyright laws that will force it to pay billions of dollars in fees for users watching music videos.
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    Music industry wins key vote in YouTube copyright battle

    07:35, June 20 4 0

    YouTube stars from Taylor Swift to Ed Sheeran could be in line for big paydays after the video giant lost a crucial vote in Brussels over new copyright laws that will force it to pay billions of dollars in fees for users watching music videos.
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    The Guardian view on Donald Trump’s immigration policy: hateful and wrong

    14:06, June 19 23 0

    It is not just the current cruelty which should frighten us. The border separations are of course immoral and unconscionable. Children are ripped from the arms of their mothers; they wail for Papa without answer; they are caged. Even when the immediate suffering of the 2,000 already taken has passed, many will be affected for life by the trauma. For some, the divisions will prove permanent. Parents are being deported without their children. Last month, a father killed himself after separation from his family. Yet as the human cost becomes starker, the pace of separations has increased.
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    Rank disrespect for our democracy

    12:54, June 19 27 0

    Anyone who believes our politicians should be representative of the entire UK will have been astonished by the list of applicants seeking to fill a vacant seat in the House of Lords. There are 19 candidates for 31 voters in this hereditary peer “byelection” – where aristocrats decide from an exclusive list who can vote on our laws for life. From Lord Snowdon, 19th in line to the throne, to Lord Bridges, the Queen’s personal solicitor, it represents another world to most of the public.