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Football transfer rumours: Rodri and Bale heading for Manchester?  Today’s fluff has got life-affirming moments in its past it can’t repeat Pep Guardiola wants a throbbing brain on the pitch with toes of steel to replace...
Greta Thunberg, Anna Taylor and Caroline Lucas on the new climate movement | Guardian Live  The 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and Anna Taylor from the UK Student Climate Network join the Green party MP,...
Donald Trump plans state visit to UK in June  Theresa May’s decision to invite US president to Britain prompts renewed calls for protests Donald Trump’s postponed state visit to the UK is due to take place in June, it will be...
Fire poppies: rare golden flowers rise from the ashes in California  As the state is swept by a super bloom, these flowers are popping up – a silver lining for areas hit hard by intense fires When wildfires swept through...
'They wanted to see if I could take a punch without crying': female boxers' battle stories  The idea still makes people uneasy but two new plays – Fighter and The Sweet Science of Bruising – explore the courage, pain and...
Election at 20: assessing the high school satire's brutal politics  Reese Witherspoon’s ruthless go-getter remains fascinatingly toxic in Alexander Payne’s bleak and biting political comedy There’s a big M Night Shyamalan twist ...
'They think they are above the law': the firms that own America's voting system  In the US, democracy is conducted by a few private companies that have little oversight and keep information secret * America’s new voting...
Bleep me up Scotty: why is sci-fi suddenly so sweary?  Modern reboots of The Twilight Zone and Star Trek show that swearwords have finally reached space. It’s a smegging shame ‘You just crossed over into the Twilight Zone. And...
Boys will be boys? How schools can be guilty of gender bias  Too many teachers think boys can’t do as well as girls, says the teacher on a mission to change attitudes People tend to be surprised when they first hear what Matt...
Leave the car at home: see the UK coast without driving  In the first of her monthly car-free coast series, our writer takes the train to the Vale of Glamorgan, to explore its beaches and clifftops by bus and on foot Clifftop...
Tuesday briefing: Sri Lanka plunged into mourning  Authorities knew in advance of bomb plot … dissident IRA group admits killing Lyra McKee … and Samsung delays folding phone that breaks if folded Hello, Warren Murray back with ...
Sri Lanka bombings: first burials take place on day of mourning  Three-minute silence held as death toll passes 300 and number of arrests reaches 40 The first burials from Sunday’s bombings in Sri Lanka have taken place as the...
My life as JT LeRoy: Savannah Knoop on playing the great literary hoaxer  He was a rags-to-riches writer adored by everyone from Bono to Madonna. But JT LeRoy was actually Savannah Knoop in a wig. As the scam becomes a film,...
The Bard stuff: actors reveal their favourite Shakespeare character  To mark the Stratford playwright’s birthday, Ophelia Lovibond, Paapa Essiedu, Jade Anouka, Roger Allam and John Kani discuss the roles they love best The...
To stop global catastrophe, we must believe in humans again | Bill McKibben  We have the technology to prevent climate crisis. But now we need to unleash mass resistance too – because collective action does work Because I am...
Immigration detention centers nearly empty as Trump claims border crisis  Facilities for parents and children had nearly 2,000 empty beds last week while the administration says the border is at ‘breaking point US detention...
Hong Kong real estate now more expensive for the dead than the living  A tiny nook for an urn can cost up to £180,000. With 200,000 sets of ashes waiting for a resting place, the city is running out of options “Per square foot, ...
NHS mental health patients kept on locked wards for years  Guardian finds many people confined far from families, sometimes for decades A patient locked in a secure ward for more than 21 years is among hundreds of people with...
Robbie Fowler says coaching Brisbane Roar 'is a massive opportunity'  * Fowler ‘wants to be taken seriously’ as a coach * Will bring former Everton player Tony Grant as an assistantLiverpool great Robbie Fowler has achieved a...
Myanmar court rejects appeal by jailed Reuters journalists  Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were accused of breaking Official Secrets Act for reporting on Rohingya crisis The supreme court of Myanmar has denied the appeal of the two...
Don McGahn, ex-White House counsel, subpoenaed over Mueller report  House judiciary committee chair demands McGahn testify before Congress as Democrats escalate investigation of Trump The Democratic chairman of the House...
Microsoft workers decry grueling '996' working standard at Chinese tech firms  A letter on Github demanded companies comply with labor laws, limiting workers to 40 hours a week versus a 12-hour day standard Microsoft employees...
Israel Folau code of conduct hearing set for May 4  * Folau to front three-person panel at Rugby Australia * Sydney barrister John West QC to chair tribunalIsrael Folau’s future in Australian rugby may be decided within two...
Spain election: leaders clash on Catalonia during TV debate  Early polls suggest PM and socialist party leader Pedro Sánchez emerged most favourably from the debate On Monday night the leaders of Spain’s four main political...
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