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Trade war: China keen to talk, as US mulls blacklisting more firms - business live  Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including the latest on the US-China trade war and new UK inflation figures 8.01am..
US may blacklist Chinese surveillance kit firm Hikvision - reports  Fears grow that world’s two largest economies are on edge of full-blown tech cold war The US is reportedly considering restricting Hikvision, a Chinese...
BHP warns investors coal could be phased out 'sooner than expected'  Mining giant loses its appetite for thermal coal and will turn instead to oil, copper and nickel BHP is looking to add more oil, copper and nickel resources...
EasyJet was on a slippery slope when it charged for skis  It insisted they were not within the specified weight and dimensions for hold luggage when they wereI flew with easyJet to Geneva and back from Bristol and bought a...
South East Water unearths a serious electrical problem  It has warned that fitting a meter could break electrical earthing to my homeI need help withan issue that could potentially leave my home and many others lethally unsafe. ...
Public Service Awards 2019: timeline and FAQs  All you need to know about this year’s awards * Categories and criteria * How to enter The Guardian Public Service Awards 2019 showcase projects, teams and individuals making a...
It's an open book as the Guardian Public Service Awards 2019 get under way  Last year’s winners provide a ‘ray of light’ to inspire new entrants, say judges. This year there are 12 categories for which teams and individuals can ...
Public Service Awards 2019: categories and criteria  A dozen categories are open to UK public service organisations, projects, teams and individuals. All categories are free to enter * Entry forms * How to enter The Guardian...
Congo violence sparks fears over UK Ebola response  Attacks on health clinics provoke concern that disclosing details of funding might ‘put a target on the head’ of medical workers The UK has agreed not to publicly disclose how ...
Politeness costs nothing, but it may stop people understanding you  Researchers looking at a Q&A website found well-mannered questions were popular, but didn’t always receive the best answers Does it always pay to be...
Forget the songs you love, it's radio dross that's the real soundtrack of your life  We might hope that the songs that bookmark our most important moments are ones we adore – but, as Louis Theroux revealed, it’s often just the...
Photo exhibition celebrates 25 years of female priests  Images of 12 women from Southwark diocese capture variety of a priest’s work Joyce Forbes looks after her grandson five days a week and campaigns for affordable housing...
Three-quarters of food bought in UK hospitals is unhealthy, audit shows  NHS staff, patients and visitors shun nutritious snacks in favour of crisps, sweets and cakes Researchers have called for radical restrictions on junk...
UN report compares Tory welfare reforms to creation of workhouses  Ministers in denial about impact of austerity since 2010, says poverty expert A leading United Nations poverty expert has compared Conservative welfare reforms...
A Game of Thrones outsider reviews the finale: 'It's just a bunch of faces looking sad'  As far as I could tell, there’s only one throne, which raises the question of why the show is called Game of Thrones and not just Game of...
Is modern life poisoning me? I took the tests to find out  We are exposed to synthetic chemicals in plastics, cosmetics and food every day. Could it be making us toxic? Our environment reporter was tested for over 1,530...
The US allows 1,300 chemicals banned by Europe to be used in cosmetics. Why?  A long list of potentially harmful ingredients banned in the EU are legally allowed in the US due to historically relaxed regulations * Read our...
Revealed: 21,000 US women order abortion pills in six months  Three-quarters of mail order requests came from states with strict anti-abortion laws Thousands of American women have obtained abortion pills online in the past six ...
US accuses Syrian government of fresh chemical weapon attack  State department says it will respond ‘quickly and appropriately’ if use of chlorine is proven The US says it has seen signs the Syrian government may be using...
Wednesday briefing: Boris Johnson looms as May's 'new deal' flops  PM battles to sell latest Brexit package … Corbyn calls for nationalisation of stricken British Steel … and could you live without flying any more? Good morning ...
Tory council chief warns of social care funding shortfall  Traumatic effect of cuts on vulnerable people set to worsen, says Somerset leader England faces a growing social care funding crisis which, if not fixed, will...
How Stockholm became the city of work-life balance | Richard Orange  With flexible hours the norm, and almost two years’ parental leave for every child, Sweden’s capital boasts a happy and efficient workforce. What can other...
Plastic straws, cotton buds and drink stirrers to be banned in England  Government confirms ban on sale and use of items from April next year Plastic straws and drink stirrers, and cotton buds with plastic stems will be banned...
Queen Victoria's risqué side revealed with nude-filled collection  Romantic gifts exchanged between Victoria and Prince Albert will be displayed at Isle of Wight’s Osborne House Queen Victoria is sometimes remembered as...
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