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Stretched British army 'leaning on' under-18s to fill its ranks  Army turning to younger, poorer teenagers to fill riskiest roles, say critics of enlistment strategy Britain’s stretched army is increasingly relying on 16 and...
The Guardian view on 16-year-old soldiers: armies are for adults | Editorial  With under-18s making up almost 30% of recent British army recruits, the UK is increasingly out of stepThat the British army has, over the past year, ...
The Guardian view on Trump and Greenland: no sale | Editorial  The great ice sheets are more valuable to the world than the oil that lies beneath themOne of the classic storylines of science fiction is the emergence of a mutant ...
World Cups rebranded in effort to achieve gender neutrality in rugby  • Gender will be no longer included in tournament names • World Rugby calls move ‘ultimate statement of equality’World Rugby has rebranded its men’s and...
Jair Bolsonaro accuses NGOs of setting fire to Amazon rainforest  Brazilian president blames environmental groups after he is criticised for rise in blazes The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, has accused environmental...
Bombshell: first trailer for star-studded Fox News drama released  Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie aim for Oscars in the retelling of how the Fox News boss was brought down The trailer for Bombshell has...
Britain and Italy are now the terrible twins of Europe | Martin Kettle  Poles apart for decades, the similarities are now uncanny as populist governments produce ever more extreme policiesFor most of the time since 1945, the...
Trump stands by antisemitic trope that sparked anger among US Jews  President repeated view that voting Democrat was ‘disloyal to Jewish people’, remarks that have caused shock and disdain Donald Trump on Wednesday repeated an...
Top Polish official resigns over alleged harassment of judges  Claims emerge of attempts to discredit judges opposing government efforts to control judiciary Poland’s deputy minister of justice has resigned and a senior justice ...
Former Bury FC director chains herself to drainpipe to save club  The club will be expelled from English Football League unless it provides evidence of solvency A former director of Bury FC has chained herself to a drainpipe at ...
Hong Kong protesters clash with riot police at metro station  Peaceful rally descends into skirmishes as objects thrown and makeshift barriers erected A peaceful rally at a metro station in Hong Kong descended into a clash...
HS2: how far has work got, and why might it be scrapped?  The High Speed 2 rail project’s future has been thrown into doubt as a new review begins Booming numbers of passengers on the railways from the late 1990s saw the...
Woody Allen's Rainy Day in New York to open Deauville film festival  Romance whose release was cancelled by Amazon set to enjoy highest-profile platform to date, ahead of distribution in France, Italy and elsewhere A Rainy Day...
Iranian-backed militia blames US and Israel for attacks on bases in Iraq  Claim follows leaked findings of inquiry that concluded drone strike caused blast near Baghdad An Iranian-backed militia in Iraq has accused the US and...
Trump's tweets about 'disloyal' Jews are laced with centuries of anti-semitism | Emma Goldberg  There’s a sordid history to charges of Jewish dual loyalty in the US – and that history is alive and well It was January in Paris — ...
Daniel Sturridge joins Trabzonspor on three-year deal after ban ends  • Striker opts for Turkish club after offers from US and China • Sturridge had been banned for breaching FA betting rulesDaniel Sturridge has joined...
A glimmer of hope after the cuts that derailed the Welsh economy | Letters  The Heart of Wales line offers rare hope amid the decline of the railways, argue Keith Maton and Margaret Dickinson. Nigel Stapley says Wales as a...
Is Jeremy Corbyn the hero or zero of national unity? | Letters  Views on the Labour leader’s role in any national unity government from Richard Cox, Stan Labovitch, Michelle Webband Derrick CameronA government of national unity ...
Every child should have a permanent, secure home | Letters  Rev Paul Nicolson on an inadequate government response to the children’s commissioner’s report on homelessness, andGary Martin on families in London being moved to...
From sorbet to tofu steaks: 12 chefs on surprising and delicious ways to use your freezer  If you use your icebox purely for items from the frozen aisle you are missing a trick. Chefs and food writers on their favourite, most...
The great British school holidays washout | Brief letters  Changing your name | School summer holidays | Socks | HS2 | No-deal Brexit | Today programmeApropos men who take their wives’ surnames (’My fiancee’s name was so much...
Felice Gimondi obituary  One of the greats of Italian cycling who won the 1965 Tour de France when he was only 22 Felice Gimondi, who has died of a heart attack aged 76, was one of Italy’s greatest cycling champions of the...
Firing of officer who put Eric Garner in chokehold is just first step to justice  Fates of other officers involved in New York man’s death remain largely opaque, and there is little to suggest they will be dismissed One...
Los Angeles to build world's largest wildlife bridge across 10-lane freeway  An $87m corridor will extend over Highway 101 to reconnect the ecosystem and possibly save mountain lions from extinction Engineers in southern...
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