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 2022-09-25 10:35 

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Truss's go-for-broke gamble means Labour inherits economic mess if it wins election...

Vote is there to be lost by Labour. How hard can it be to show party would do a better job on economy?...

 2022-09-25 10:30 

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After Yang review malfunction and melancholy in muted AI drama...

Colin Farrell and Jodie Turner-Smith star in Kogonada's strikingly styled follow-up to Columbus exploring a future shared with androids...

 2022-09-25 10:20 

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Corporate greed, not wages, is behind inflation. It's time for price controls...

Corporations are using rising costs as an excuse to increase their prices even higher, resulting in record profits. We need limited price controls to break this cycle...

 2022-09-25 10:11 

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Jane Garvey and Fi Glover to leave BBC to join Times Radio...

Garvey and Glover will launch a new podcast plus a live weekday afternoon show...

 2022-09-25 10:07 

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Kwarteng: UK economy must expect more tax cuts and deregulation...

Chancellor says he and Liz Truss want to do what previous Tory governments deemed unthinkable...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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The forgotten history of what California stole from Black families...

A multigenerational fight for reparations is underway from Palm Springs to Gold Rush country...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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For Mormons, a perfect lawn is a godly act. But the drought is catching up with them...

Heavily subsidized water 'made the desert bloom' but the tradition is now driving Utah dryRead the other stories in our megadrought series...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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10 of Britain's prettiest moorland villages...

Charming places to stay among some of Britain's most stunning landscapes...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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The US asylum system is deeply flawed. But there are ways to fix it...

The Martha's Vineyard debacle illustrates how important it is to expand our definition and treatment of asylum seekers...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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Hilary Mantel: Wolf Hall trilogy only a part of her towering legacy...

Dazzling scholarship, propensity for mischief and an ear for irony elevated her work beyond historical fiction...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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Yinka Ilori: Parables for Happiness review the brighter the better...

Flamingo-pink playgrounds, morale-boosting billboards... the designer transforms places with bold, playful colour, as explored in a new show...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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The History of the London Underground Map by Caroline Roope review the lines of beauty...

At the heart of this clear, thorough study of the London Underground map's evolution is the man whose brilliantly comprehensible design for an untidy city has never been surpassed...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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Catherine Called Birdy review the perils of medieval teendom in Lena Dunham's sparkling comedy...

Bella Ramsey, ex-Game of Thrones, is all mischief in Dunham's inspired adaptation of Karen Cushman's YA classic...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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Gawker makes a comeback six years after it was sued into closure...

A new version of the website, quietly launched a year ago under new owners, is attracting interest and readers again...

 2022-09-25 10:00 

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Fifty years and $500m: the happy business of the smiley symbol...

The smiley face has been co-opted by ravers, artists and fashion for decades. So how does the company that owns it keep it relevant?...

 2022-09-25 09:58 

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EuroMillions lottery: UK winner picks up 171m jackpot...

Ticket-holder comes forward to become third biggest National Lottery winner of all time...

 2022-09-25 09:56 

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The human tragedy of Hrushivka: the aftermath of a Russian cluster bomb attack in Ukraine...

'We couldn't do anything for them': medics speak out after a strike on a village close to the frontline...

 2022-09-25 09:52 

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The Book Thief review assured and courageous musical adaptation of global bestseller...

The paean to the power of the printed word loses none of its earnest intent in a deft and tremendously delivered production adapted by author Jodi Picoult...

 2022-09-25 09:43 

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Keir Starmer vows to reinstate top tax band for earners over 150k...

Labour leader's promise to keep basic rate cut at odds with Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham...

 2022-09-25 09:33 

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Eliud Kipchoge takes 30 seconds off his men's marathon world record in Berlin...

Eliud Kipchoge took a remarkable 30 seconds off his own marathon world record to finish in a time of two hours, one minute and nine seconds...

 2022-09-25 09:30 

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The week in theatre: Handbagged; The Cherry Orchard; Clutch review...

Moira Buffini's damning satire imagining the Queen's weekly meetings with Margaret Thatcher acquires poignancy; James Macdonald directs Chekhov in outer space; and a driving lesson for us all...

 2022-09-25 09:30 

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Nigel Slater's recipes for pork chops and juniper salt, and for blackberry and apple seed bars...

Peerless pairings of fruit for the true taste of autumn. By Nigel Slater...

 2022-09-25 09:27 

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World Championship: Remco Evenepoel powers to gold after Van der Poel's arrest...

Remco Evenepoel claimed the rainbow jersey after victory in the Cycling World Championships elite men's road race...

 2022-09-25 09:24 

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Any annexed territory will have Russia's 'full protection', says Sergei Lavrov video...

Four Ukraine regions where votes are under way in 'referendums'; will be under Moscow's 'full protection' if annexed, says Lavrov...

 2022-09-25 09:04 

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TV tonight: it's a terrible time to be a detective called Karen...

Lauren Lyle is put on a cold case in ITV crime drama Karen Pirie. Plus: mountain goats and macaques in Frozen Planet II. Here's what to watch this evening...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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Forget trickle down, what the UK needs is middle-out economics...

Liz Truss is banking on a failed policy. The focus should be on the real driving force behind economic growth...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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Why the 'Barber boom' that Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget recalls was destined for disaster...

A reckless dash for growth is nothing new. Ted Heath's chancellor Anthony Barber tried one in 1971, but it didn't turn out well...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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Liz Truss and her team are taking us for a ride...

From fracking happy Jacob Rees-Mogg to Nadhim Zahawi and his warm horses, the Tory top table is beyond parody...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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'I stopped being a person I liked': Lena Dunham on time out, rehab and marriage...

After five years out of the limelight, actor and director Lena Dunham is back. She talks about her hit series Girls that made her both the voice of a generation and a lightning rod for criticism and her new film...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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Could Telfar's policy of accessibility spell doom for its popular bags?...

The company's collaboration with Rainbow fashion outlets has divided many on the future prospects of the 'Bushwick Birkin'...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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UK care homes still stopping family reunions months after Covid rules eased...

Support groups say relatives are frightened to speak out about being denied access to elderly residents...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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Steve Coogan sets his sights on the life of a fugitive king...

Inspired by a book by Princess Diana's brother, the actor is researching flight of Charles II from Oliver Cromwell's troops...

 2022-09-25 09:00 

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May I have a word about... down with footways. Bring back pavements...

The p-word is in danger of extinction sadly not the case for the ubiquitous 'pre-prepare';. I urge you to act now before it's too late...

 2022-09-25 08:45 

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Brisbane Lions stand behind senior coach Chris Fagan amid Hawthorn inquiry...

Club's chairman says AFL investigation into allegations of misconduct at Hawthorn Football Club will provide 'procedural fairness'...

 2022-09-25 08:32 

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Optus data breach: Cybersecurity reforms expected to enable companies to rapidly inform financial institutions...

Cybersecurity minister Clare O'Neil set to announce reforms in coming week after millions of telco customers' data stolen...

 2022-09-25 08:30 

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School must be fun, but why won't my son talk about it?...

What do I have to do to persuade my son to tell me something, anything about his day at school?...

 2022-09-25 08:30 

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Moving the British embassy to Jerusalem would be an outrage...

Liz Truss's pledge to Israel's Yair Lapid to review the location has appalled the Palestinians and breaks international consensus...

 2022-09-25 08:30 

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The week in TV: the Queen's funeral; Crossfire; Bloodlands; Am I Being Unreasonable?...

The monarchy's star performer was given the send-off she deserved; Keeley Hawes takes aim; and has Daisy May Cooper written the new Motherland?...

 2022-09-25 08:30 

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Choreographer Kate Prince: 'Hip-hop is like a massive jar of honey'...

The founder of ZooNation on how the company about to celebrate its 20th anniversary helped to bring hip-hop dance into the mainstream...

 2022-09-25 08:27 

The Guardian

Hybrid working may hold back women's careers, say managers...

Research suggests employers are overlooking people particularly women - who work from home...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

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Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson review thrills, spills and gone girls...

The award-winning author of Life After Life dazzles with a supple tale rich in period detail about the shady goings-on at a Soho nightclub...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

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Cleaners at Amsterdam gallery ordered to let insects run wild in name of art...

Spiders and creepy crawlies allowed to colonise Rijksmuseum to show how perceptions have changed through the ages...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

The NBA's extremely online fandom can be a force for good and something more sinister...

The robust online community that fuels the NBA's popularity can be its greatest asset and a dangerous liability. For the past seven days, the full spectrum has been on display...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

Head of World Bank under pressure after White House condemns his 'climate denial' comments...

David Malpass apologises after saying he 'doesn't know' if he accepts climate science...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

Alan Rickman's diaries: 'Ang seems nervous. He probably needs a hug. Like Hugh Grant'...

The much-loved actor, who died in 2016, was an avid diary-keeper. Witty, gossipy and candid, he takes us behind the scenes, while his wife, Rima Horton, reflects on her final days with the star...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

The nuclear threat might change the mood in Russia itself, stoking widespread fear...

Putin's propaganda glories in devastation but, like the Nazis, he is sowing the seeds of self-destruction...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

Channel your inner caveman with a dark, gritty bar...

Try Taza if you like your coffee ristretto, says Annalisa Barbieri...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

Makaya McCraven: In These Times review a generous unspooling...

Hip-hop breakouts, machine music and sumptuous strings vie with out-and-out jazz brilliance on the US drummer-producer';s latest...

 2022-09-25 08:00 

The Guardian

Loafers, plaid skirts, varsity jackets ... preppy look makes autumn comeback...

The trend can be seen everywhere from the catwalk and films, to celebrities such as Zendaya and Kendall Jenner and even Ikea...

 2022-09-25 07:30 

The Guardian

The Tories' huge gamble offers a fabulous opportunity Keir Starmer's party must seize...

Labour has a better plan for growth than Kwasi Kwarteng's sugar-rush of tax cuts. Now it needs to pitch it to voters...

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