The Guardian 08 September 2017

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The British government will consider whether to stop paying members of the Northern Ireland assembly if Ulster politicians fail to reach a deal to...
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Northampton’s director of rugby, Jim Mallinder, believes his squad can still win the Premiership but has confessed to enduring sleepless nights as he...
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Credit monitoring company Equifax has been criticized by customers and security experts for an inadequate response to a data breach that included the...
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The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s report covered in your article (Alcohol firms ‘distorting link with cancer’, 8 September...
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Zoe Williams’ article (No more nukes? Why anti-nuclear protests need an urgent revival, 7 September) is a timely and thoughtful reminder of why civil...
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It is unlikely the forgotten contender Sloane Stephens ever imagined her summer comeback would pitch her into the final of the 2017 US Open against...
The Guardian Sports 3 months ago
For everyone who endured the dank drizzle of the morning when just 20 balls were possible, there was the reward of more rich, helter-skelter...
The Guardian Opinions 3 months ago
To the remainer, and even to the neutral, our current politics contains a big mystery. Put simply, where is the sentiment we hoped to call regrexit...
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It is six years since Chris Froome climbed the Alto de l’Angliru in the 2011 Vuelta a España with a brief to support his team leader, Bradley...
The Guardian Lifestyle 3 months ago
Amid all the euphoria that accompanied those wild celebrations at the King Power Stadium on the evening that Leicester City were crowned champions of...
The Guardian Sports 3 months ago
Papa Massata Diack has described accusations he was part of a large corruption racket involved in determining the location of the Olympic Games as...
The Guardian Sports 3 months ago
Sports Direct has handed £43m in share bonuses to a group of nearly 2,000 permanent staff who took part in an incentive scheme launched in 2011. Mike...
The Guardian Politics 3 months ago
The former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has endorsed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the runup to the German federal elections, saying it...
The Guardian Lifestyle 3 months ago
One summer day in August 1979, Carlos the Jackal, international terrorist and assassin, managed to lock himself out of his luxury hotel room in...
The Guardian Lifestyle 3 months ago
The new Birmingham Conservatoire is in many ways a reminder of the Brummie resurgence. England’s second city centre was not long ago written off as...
The Guardian Opinions 3 months ago
Standing on Downing Street, in her first public statement as prime minister, Theresa May vowed to fight injustice. If you are black, she noted...
The Guardian Incident 3 months ago
Two teenagers have been found guilty of luring a Selfridges wine salesman to a residential street where they robbed and stabbed him to death in broad...
The Guardian 3 months ago
"A scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s in New York City""A scene from Leon: The Professional in New York City""A scene from Scarface in Los Angeles""A...
The Guardian Finance 3 months ago
Toy specialist The Entertainer said playground crazes such as fidget spinners and Fingerlings were helping it buck a downturn in the toy trade. The...
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