The Guardian 10 September 2017

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The UK government is “flouting” its duty to protect the lives and health of its citizens from illegal and dangerous levels of air pollution...
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Even in the hardest of horror films, there’s still an understandable reticence to depict the graphic death of a child on screen. If it happens, it’s...
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Australia’s sudden decision to withdraw financial support and housing from a group of asylum seekers and refugees in Australia has drawn...
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The stacks of freshly woven scarves outside Swansea City’s home bore Renato Sanches’s name; the mouths inside mused excitedly about the potential of...
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The Brighton Centre, which is hosting the TUC conference, and the nearby Grand Hotel were evacuated on Sunday evening because of a bomb scare. The...
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Dangerous cycling can kill people. Last year a woman named Kim Briggs stepped into a road in central London and was struck by an 18-year-old cyclist...
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The report released last week by the centre-left thinktank IPPR commission on economic justice comes not a moment too soon. In hosting a commission...
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Recent days have seen Houston, Texas literally sunk under sheer weight of rain, Carribbean islands battered by powerful storms barrelling across the...
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The most surprising thing about spending a morning in the presence of the fashion arm of Beckham Enterprises – or, to be specific, sitting opposite...
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Chris Froome secured his maiden Vuelta a España title in Madrid on Sunday evening and became the first cyclist to win the Spanish grand tour in the...
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Apple’s latest iPhone will be called the iPhone X, according to a leak on Saturday. The name of the phone – rumored to be priced at close to $1,000...
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A prominent Conservative thinktank is warning Philip Hammond against giving high-paid graduates a handout by cutting the interest rates on student...
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The first woman to lead Ireland’s police force has quit, blaming an “unending cycle” of public inquiries and investigations into the Garda Síochána...
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The Guardian Sports 9 days ago
Trevor Bayliss has talked up England’s chances of claiming an Ashes victory against a flawed Australia side this winter provided they can arrest the...
The Guardian Politics 9 days ago
Tony Blair and Andrew Adonis, his former Downing Street policy chief, have made separate if coordinated proposals for new controls on UK migration as...
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Hundreds of British Kurds descended on Britain’s largest arms fair on Sunday to demand that Theresa May stop selling arms to the Turkish government...
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The huge international success of Scandi noir dramas such as The Killing and The Bridge has given television makers the confidence to bring a new...
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The Children Act is a high-minded, stately and rather Shavian drama, directed by Richard Eyre and adapted by Ian McEwan from his 2014 novel; it stars...
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A propos Chris Bryant’s article (How the aristocracy preserved their power, 7 September), it is worth observing how the aristocracy actually preserve...
The Guardian Politics 9 days ago
John McDonnell has pledged Labour’s support for workers who strike over the public sector pay cap as union leaders increase pressure upon the...
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