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Keir Starmer: Northern Ireland backstop likely in any Brexit scenario  Labour’s Brexit spokesman says renegotiation of May deal unlikely before UK leaves EU Any withdrawal agreement is likely to require a backstop, Labour’s...
Going solo: the chefs who work on their own  We’re used to seeing bustling restaurant kitchens – but what’s it like to be the only one behind the pass? Four chefs tell of the ups and downs of doing all the cooking by themselves ...
Beyond the scotch bonnet: the rise of Caribbean food in the UK  A young generation of British-Caribbean chefs are reclaiming their culinary heritage and bringing it to a new audience The plantain at the Nyamming “explorative...
Prince Philip has not said sorry for car crash, injured woman claims  Emma Fairweather has reportedly said she is in a lot of pain after breaking her wrist in the collision but feels ignored A woman who broke her wrist in a car ...
Nigel Farage to lead new pro-Brexit party if EU departure delayed  Former Ukip leader says he will ‘re-enter the fray’ if Brexit is put back beyond 29 March Nigel Farage is being lined up as leader of a new pro-Brexit party if...
Does marijuana use really cause psychotic disorders? | Carl L Hart and Charles Ksir  Alex Berenson says the drug causes ‘sharp increases in murders and aggravated assaults’. As scientists, we find his claims misinformed and...
How Orkney leads the way for sustainable energy  A tech revolution – and an abundance of wind and waves – mean that the people of Orkney now produce more electricity than they can use It seems the stuff of fantasy. Giant ships...
The idea that Britain can develop an independent trade policy is absurd | Will Hutton  When selling across borders is ever harder, life without European allies will be parlousSo devastated is the British economy beyond Greater...
HSBC tells Welsh customer not to complain in 'foreign' language  Bank asked ‘shocked’ customer to resend message in English A major bank told a customer who wrote to it in Welsh to complain that some services were not available ...
Take your seats for a fight at the opera | David Mitchell  Nothing enhances our lives quite like a good spat between cultural purists and the supposed riff-raff Sometimes I think I’m the perfect person to analyse the cultural...
Pity the little darlings if they are being raised by parents who like to share | Catherine Bennett  There’s little to stop social media obsessives exploiting children who are too young to say noAs one of Instagram’s most highly ...
Listeners and stars up in arms as BBC Sounds app backfires  Flaws in replacement for iPlayer radio service attract a deluge of complaintsIt was an “upgrade” launched by the BBC with great fanfare at Tate Modern. The next dayBBC ...
Tyneside baby at centre of Facebook appeal dies  Carter Cookson’s parents launched social media campaign to find heart donor A baby whose parents started a social media campaign in a desperate bid to find him a new heart has...
My Oscar goes to... Our film critics reveal their personal shortlists  Ahead of the official Academy nominations, the Observer’s critics pick their own winners Continue reading...
Bauhaus at 100: the revolutionary movement's enduring appeal  Sleek, pared-back, industrial elegance – that’s how most of us think of Bauhaus, the modernist design group born in Germany in 1919. But that was only one side of...
Katelyn Ohashi proves smiling can be a serious asset to elite athletes | Tim Lewis  Gymnast’s joyful routine is a happy alternative to putting on that grim ‘game face’ in a business where smiling is, well, frowned uponBetween...
Glasgow honours Matt McGinn, folk hero who was once bigger than Dylan  Blue plaque for influential Scots singer-songwriter unveiled three decades after his deathFor years James Scott was frustrated by the lack of recognition...
Labour youth tell Corbyn: come off the fence on Brexit  Young metropolitan supporters threaten to defect if party leader doesn’t change his mindMuch has been made of the need for Jeremy Corbyn to listen to pro-Brexit voters in...
Forget yoga, under-30s use museums and galleries to de-stress  Art Fund charity extends National Art Pass discount as figures show young adults gain sense of wellbeing from visitsArt-loving young people in Britain use museums...
José Mourinho must bin blame game and learn from his failings at United | Daniel Taylor  Manchester United’s former manager fails to show any hint of humility or to acknowledge he made mistakes at Old TraffordThe people who...
Women's cricket the winner in WBBL semis  In one amazing day, the WBBL semis showcased the irrefutable rise of women’s cricket One thing is clear after Saturday’s two semi finals in the Women’s Big Bash League – women’s cricket ...
Fire at French ski resort of Courchevel kills two  Blaze forces evacuation of 60 workers, including foreigners, from three-storey building Two people have died and a dozen more were injured in a fire at the ski resort of...
How shops sign away the self-worth of disabled people  When a ‘chip and signature’ payment card is refused, the impact on a shopper’s dignity is hugeMy mother was gleeful. We had identified a pair of designer trainers coveted...
Lenders cut mortgage rates to give a kick-start to 2019  As Brexit takes its toll on the property market, there is some good news for borrowers First-time buyers and homeowners remortgaging their properties have been given some ...
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