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Why is Theresa May blaming everyone else for Brexit chaos? Projection | Barry Richards  She’s alienated MPs and blamed everyone but herself for the Brexit farce. Even her allies admit she’s feeling the pressure • Barry Richards ...
'A family against a billionaire': twist in battle over Zuckerberg's Hawaiian estate  Parcels near Facebook CEO’s property auctioned off amid lengthy fight over Native Hawaiian land rights Amidst angry shouts of “hewa!” (wrong!) ...
Retirement interest-only mortgages offer lifeline to older borrowers  Demand is growing for a new type of home loan that helps the over-55s facing a shortfall at the end of their existing term A new breed of interest-only...
Isis defeated, US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announce  Kurdish-led group says last of militants cleared from their stronghold of Baghouz, marking end of self-declared caliphate US-backed forces in Syria have announced the...
Tottenham Hotspur station? Some hate it, but branding the railways is nothing new | Ian Jack  From Daimler Halt to Singer station, corporate giants of the past left their imprint on the transport networkNames that were once...
Which medieval artwork features 93 penises? The Weekend quiz  From The Battle of the Carmens to birr and cedi, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz 1 A blend of Tahitian and 18th-century English is spoken on which island?...
Buy your own Guardian classic photograph: Judi Dench, August 1977  This week’s addition to our weekly archive print series is a portrait of Judi Dench, photographed at her home in north London byFrank Martin in 1977 There are...
Is it worth getting a coach rather than the train to save money?  I need to travel travel from London to Durham – a rail ticket will be £70 but the bus costs £12 Every week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s...
The 30 best bargain skincare and body products under £15  The Guardian’s beauty editor picks her most reliable budget buys • Read more: the best products for makeup, hair and nails under £15 Continue reading...
Cashless Britain: over-55s and low earners at risk of being left behind  Study warns banks to adapt offerings to help consumers to use mobile or online banking With Britons increasingly turning to digital payments, consumers...
Cancelling services: why is leaving so hard to do?  You sign up online, but when you try to cancel, it’s not so easy Fans of the TV series Friends will remember when Chandler wants to quit the gym. He goes to the health club to ...
Activist warning of 'war on morality' wades into LGBT lessons row  Campaigners concerned ahead of speech in Birmingham by Dr Kate Godfrey-Faussett In a YouTube clip published last year, the softly spoken Dr Kate...
Fit in my 40s: playground games are stupidly enjoyable | Zoe Williams  We’re playing Donkey Tag and Capture The Flag, it’s fitness by way of playground games These are not my people, I thought. But here I was, in the park at...
How Line of Duty broke the laws of police shows  As BBC One’s award-winning drama returns, Vicky McClure and co discuss the secrets behind its success I am talking to the top man. Not the actual Top Man, as far as I know,...
'If you focus on control, you have lost the battle': how to win back your kids  From screen time to teenage rebellion, it’s easy to feel that children are slipping out of your grasp. Trusting your instincts can help When Gabor...
How to to turn stale crisps into tortilla | Waste Not  Use stale crisps like breadcrumbs, or put them in a tortilla, just as Spanish superchef Ferran Adrià does Before I began writing this column, there were several waste...
Are genetic tests useful to predict cancer?  The health secretary’s call for tests to be rolled out on NHS was met with controversy The health secretary, Matt Hancock, this week shared his shock at discovering that he is at...
Down and out at House of Fraser  Dismal scenes at stores taken over by Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley raise questions over his ambition to turn it into the ‘Harrods of the high street’ Everlast sports socks at “mega value” prices...
Why I am marching against Brexit today | Andrew Adonis  As Britain’s institutions buckle at the prospect of Brexit, its people are finding their voices at precisely the right timeThe tide is turning and today is the day that we ...
RBS to wind down £1bn worth of contentious local council loans  Campaigners say early repayment of lobo loans will end up saving taxpayers £16bn Royal Bank of Scotland is aiming to wind down the remainder of about £1bn in...
Pete Buttigieg for president? Long-shot stands out in crowded field  The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is just 37 and gay but he has made a strong start in the race to 2020 Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg is having a moment...
Brexit: leaver go-slow on roads leads to prosecutions  Police stop leaders of dawdling convoys that were intended to cause ‘gridlock’ in pursuit of 29 March exit date Pro-Brexit campaigners have been prosecuted for...
Drugged orangutan found in Russian's airline luggage  Police at Indonesian airport also found two live geckos and five lizards in suitcase A Russian tourist attempting to smuggle a drugged orangutan out of Indonesia in his...
'I'm not a fan': Trump's grudge against John McCain continues even in death  The president has had a long-running feud with the late senator, even resorting to attacking him posthumously In life and now in death John McCain...
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