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Labour party's general secretary diagnosed with breast cancer  Jennie Formby says she will keep working as much as she can despite starting treatment The general secretary of the Labour party has told colleagues she has been...
Government could ignore indicative Brexit votes, says Liam Fox  International trade secretary says real choice is still between Theresa May’s deal and no deal * Follow the day’s political developments - latest updates Liam Fox...
Football transfer rumours: Rúben Dias and João Felix to Manchester United?  Today’s tell-all is preparing for the apocalypse Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s permanent appointment as Manchester United manager has yet to be confirmed, but...
UK satellite operator Inmarsat agrees $3.4bn takeover by consortium  London-based Apax, Warburg of New York and two Canadian pension funds to buy company Inmarsat, the British satellite communications company , has agreed to a...
Who keeps buying California's scarce water? Saudi Arabia  Saudi-based Almarai owns 15,000 acres of an irrigated valley – but what business does a foreign food production company have drawing resources from a US desert? Four...
Talking Horses: why it may help the BHA to get out of London  Something needs to be done to address the alienation felt by trainers who see the ruling body as a remote clunking fist A busy jumps trainer gave me an insight, at...
Scott Walker: experimental pop hero dies aged 76  Death announced by label 4AD, who said he had ‘enriched the lives of thousands’ Scott Walker, one of the most innovative and enduring songwriters of the 20th century, has died...
'I'm an Orkney librarian driving to a school when a wave engulfs my van'  My job as a librarian in Orkney involves hair-raising commutes as well as running coding clubs and a community service I’m a librarian in Orkney, which...
20 best recipes for one person: part 1  Simon Hopkinson’s warming chicken and garlic broth and a Sunday-night special of coddled eggs – delicious meals that are perfect for one person A bowl of cashew nut rice is my favourite...
The secrets of 'review-bombing': why do people write zero-star reviews?  The games world is awash with spiteful online appraisals – but what’s the point? A committed review-bomber tells all In an age when everyone’s a blogger...
The rise of robot authors: is the writing on the wall for human novelists?  Artificial intelligence can now write fiction and journalism. But does it measure up to George Orwell – and can it report on Brexit? Will androids...
Don't use it as an alarm clock! Five ways to cut down on phone use  Many of us rely on our devices for everything from rousing us in the morning to staving off boredom. But there are ways to break the habit Continue reading...
Recession fears hit global markets - business live  Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as markets are hit by anxiety over the global economy * Introduction: Asian markets slide amid recession worries *...
The planet's prodigious poo problem  Each year, livestock produces billions of tonnes of excrement. It’s starting to poison the natural world. So what is to be dung? Recent research has estimated that by 2030, the planet will...
Can you solve it? Turn it up to 11  A celebration of the number that’s one more than ten Legs eleven, Ocean’s Eleven, elevenses! Yes, let’s hear it for the number 11, star protagonist of today’s puzzles. Continue reading...
'A fantasy of escape': the best books about islands  From Samuel Johnson to JG Ballard, Madeleine Bunting picks five books exploring Britain’s island mentality The crisis over Brexit has deep roots in a central trope of the...
La Pampa: the illegal mining city Peru wants wiped out  Government invades modern-day gold-rush town in Amazon in its biggest ever raid on illegal gold mining Located along a jungle highway in the Amazon around 60 miles from...
We need more female entrepreneurs. Universities can help create them | Alice Gast and Alexsis de Raadt St James  Budding female entrepreneurs can overcome the gender funding gap with targeted support from universities Samuel...
Has Tesco killed off its Hudl tablet?  If you try to restore it to factory settings, it will not restart and is, in effect, uselessI want to warn Tesco Hudl tablet users that the retailer has withdrawn software support which...
'The country could fall apart': drought and despair in Afghanistan  As a funding appeal languishes, conflict, poverty and the worst drought for a decade have left millions facing desperate hunger Shafiqa watches closely over...
Sackler Trust halts new philanthropic giving due to opioid crisis lawsuits  The Sackler family’s Purdue Pharma is facing hundreds of lawsuits over its drug OxyContin A trust that has donated millions to medical science,...
Rocket fired from Gaza hits house in Israel, wounding six people  The attack on Mishmeret comes 10 days after commercial capital of Tel Aviv was targeted A suspected rocket attack from Gaza has destroyed a house in central...
'England became smaller and bigger': what 'home' means in Brexit Britain  Headlong theatre company’s latest production, Acts of Resistance, plugs into people power in four communities across the country In the days after the EU ...
Don't know how to save the planet? This is what you can do  Should we become vegetarians? Is it OK to fly? The author of There Is No Planet B, A Handbook for the Make or Break Years, answers the big questions Our food makes up...
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