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...
The Guardian Sports 12 days ago
Northampton’s director of rugby, Jim Mallinder, believes his squad can still win the Premiership but has confessed to enduring sleepless nights as he...
The Guardian Technology 12 days ago
Credit monitoring company Equifax has been criticized by customers and security experts for an inadequate response to a data breach that included the...
The Guardian 12 days ago
The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s report covered in your article (Alcohol firms ‘distorting link with cancer’, 8 September...
The Guardian 12 days ago
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...
The Guardian Sports 12 days ago
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 12 days 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 12 days 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...
The Guardian Opinions 12 days ago
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The Guardian Sports 12 days ago
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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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 12 days 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...
The Guardian 12 days ago
As recovery begins on the islands of the Caribbean and Florida braces itself for an onslaught, Irma has stormed into the record books as the most...
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