The Guardian 11 September 2017

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Welcome back, then, Roy. And rejoice Croydon, for he has returned. The news that Crystal Palace will turn to Roy Hodgson to replace the departed...
The Guardian Sports 8 days ago
The FA will strengthen its cyber security before the 2018 World Cup amid fears about Russian hackers Fancy Bears and concern that tactical and team...
The Guardian Sports 8 days ago
Anthony Joshua’s words were cordial. The respect for his opponent obvious. But Britain’s WBC and IBF heavyweight champion also wanted to make...
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The government has changed the preferred route of a road tunnel designed to restore peace and tranquillity to Stonehenge after protests by druids...
The Guardian Sports 8 days ago
West Ham claimed their first three points of the season with a scrappy win but for Slaven Bilic this was big. The home manager, celebrating his 49th...
The Guardian Lifestyle 8 days ago
Moving your body at least every half an hour could help to limit the harmful effects of desk jobs and other sedentary lifestyles, research has...
The Guardian Incident 8 days ago
Rellik sounds like the name of the latest Scandi-noir detective with a fondness for schnapps. But by now you probably know it’s also killer...
The Guardian Politics 8 days ago
Labour members have been urged by centrist groups to block leftwing rule changes at the party’s conference backed by grassroots movement Momentum...
The Guardian Technology 8 days ago
Three UK universities are among the top 20 in the world for graduate employability, according to a ranking by higher education think tank QS...
The Guardian Politics 8 days ago
As the second reading of the EU withdrawal bill neared its close, Conservative Bernard Jenkin tried to introduce a note of calm. Everyone on the...
The Guardian Lifestyle 8 days ago
A teenager with autism was left in tears after he began a course at a further education college only to be told days later that he was not allowed...
The Guardian 8 days ago
Mexico has withdrawn its offer to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, saying it needed to redirect resources to its own southern states which...
The Guardian Sports 8 days ago
José Mourinho feels Manchester United will be back in their “natural habitat” when they return to Champions League combat for the first time in 644...
The Guardian Opinions 8 days ago
Waiting has long been the National Health Service’s chronic disease. In 1999, heart surgeons in Middlesbrough used to tell their patients that they...
The Guardian Opinions 8 days ago
The Cassini mission, which will end on Friday, is one of the most wonderful achievements of the human race. A slack-jawed awe is the only proper...
The Guardian Politics 8 days ago
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The Guardian Lifestyle 8 days ago
Saudi Arabia remains one of the world’s most repressive countries for women, where a man’s consent is obligatory for women to access human rights...
The Guardian Sports 8 days ago
Demetri Catrakilis, the Harlequins fly-half who stopped breathing after sustaining a broken bone in his throat when trying to tackle the Gloucester...
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By the end of his life, Senator Edward M Kennedy was “the lion of the Senate”, a sturdy marble column of American liberalism for close to 50 years...
The Guardian Lifestyle 8 days ago
It takes a lot to get the fashion crowd properly revved up at a catwalk, but Rihanna pulled it off at her Fenty x Puma show in New York on Sunday...
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Birmingham’s council leader has stepped down after failing to resolve the city’s bin war, which saw rubbish go uncollected in the city for seven...
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