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The best gadgets under £30  Whether you’re making a call or a smoothie, our pick of gizmos at giveaway prices shows hi-tech needn’t mean high price G ilobaby smart robot, £24 Feeling anxious about robots taking over the world?...
How to follow the Maybot? A droid PM | David Mitchell  It could just work – particularly if the big policy decisions continue to be pre-ordained by referendumPerhaps we should have a robot prime minister. What do you think? It...
The Belfast boxing coach who brought a broken city together with a gym  Gerry Storey, a Catholic who has cut across Belfast’s divide, found admirers even among Loyalist paramilitaries. In an abridged extract from a new book,...
Hong Kong is not China yet, but that feared day is coming ever nearer | Louisa Lim  The extradition law was delayed after a million people took to the streets, but the fight for the territory’s values is far from overHong Kong...
Grassroots and shadow cabinet add to pressure on Corbyn over Brexit  Senior figures in the Labour party want commitment to another vote after disastrous EU election resultsJeremy Corbyn faces a showdown with his shadow cabinet...
How Real Madrid snatched Takefusa Kubo from under the noses of Barcelona  The Japanese prodigy is one of a new generation of players who have been scooped up by Real MadridTakefusa Kubo joined Barcelona when he was 10, spent...
People often sneer at it, but small talk is hugely significant | Eva Wiseman  It’s a social lubricant, a way of easing the day or the foreplay to a deeper connection. These are the small shared moments that bind us together...
How indie bookshops are fighting back  Independent bookshops are thriving because they understand readers’ tastes better than an Amazon algorithmAs global temperatures rise at the rate political standards fall, the news that...
Travel insurance: why cheap policies can cost you dearly  As insurers compete to offer the lowest prices, fees and exclusions have been rising Rachel Taylor had booked a holiday cottage in the Lake District as a treat for her...
The year of Akira: how does 2019 Neo-Tokyo compare with today's city?  From architecture to highways and the Olympic stadium, how does reality shape up against Katsuhiro Otomo’s 1988 animated dystopia? It’s 2019 and Tokyo is a...
Windrush: archived documents show the long betrayal  Seeds of the 2018 scandal were sown in 1948 by a government that was unwilling to treat black immigrants as British Late one afternoon last month, in a meeting room in the...
Scouting for girls gives group its biggest boost in years  Nearly a third of beavers, cubs and scouts are now female after Baden Powell’s boy-only rule was dropped in 2007It is a rain-soaked Friday night and the cub scouts of...
Trump accuses New York Times of 'virtual treason' over Russia cyber warfare report  US president again accuses journalists of being ‘the enemy of the people’ US President Donald Trump on Saturday accused the New York Times of...
Ice, fire and feuds: on the trail of Iceland's sagas  The tales of heroes and feuding families in Iceland’s chronicles inspire this countrywide walking, hitchhiking and camping trip The sagas are “our national identity”, says...
The five: unsung female scientists  The history of science has often seen women’s work overlooked and their credit stolen Contemporary letters revealed this week that a key figure in the birth of the first IVF baby in 1978,...
The week in radio and podcasts: Gangster Capitalism: C13 Originals; Living Memory  Andrew Jenks has produced an investigation into America’s college admissions scandal in impressive time. Plus the world’s brightest...
Adding Boris Johnson to Brexit is pouring fuel on to the fire | William Keegan  As investment nears collapse, the last thing Britain needs is a PM so contemptuous of business and so fiscally heedlessI have been critical, I hope ...
Millions at risk of retiring on incomes below living wage  Campaigners urge the pensions industry to do more to encourage people to save Pensions providers have been called on to do more to encourage people to save for their...
Why cruises float the boats of the Instagram generation  Millennials become the biggest market for luxury liners as they share holiday moments using onboard wifi When Emma Le Teace, 25, tried to get her boyfriend to go on a...
Workers see job promises vanish as bosses pocket Trump tax windfall  AT&T, General Motors and Wells Fargo vowed to use tax cuts to create jobs. In fact, they did the opposite Stephen Smith worked at an AT&T call center...
We cannot be the party that sticks two fingers up to the rest of the world  The foreign secretary pledges to deliver Brexit, bolster the UK’s diplomatic reach and fight climate crisis if elected Tory leaderTo govern is to...
Fears for new mothers as Suffolk slashes health visitor numbers  Health secretary’s own county forced to make change by budget cutsHealth visitors will be made redundant by a local council, sparking fears that new mothers will...
Marvel Stadium to review 'intimidating' AFL security measures  * Guards patrolling aisles causes fan backlash * AFL say it is still looking for ‘right balance’Marvel Stadium management will review security procedures after the...
TV tonight: petrolheads assemble ... Top Gear is back  Andrew Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness join Chris Harris for a new incarnation of the motoring show. Plus it’s a Good Morning Britain grudge match in this year’s Soccer Aid...
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