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Can we all chill out about pot? Not quite yet | Judith Grisel  Regulation has been unscientific and too restrictive. But the spectre of psychosis means some will always have to be waryOccasionally during my love affair with...
Cyclone Idai death toll passes 750 with more than 110,000 now in camps  Scale of devastation across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi ‘extraordinary’ Cyclone Idai’s death toll has risen above 750 in the three southern African...
University of Georgia fraternity investigated over racist video  Fraternity has been suspended after video surfaces showing some of its members mocking slavery and using a racial slur A University of Georgia fraternity is being ...
Gloucester church with literary links reopens after £2.1m restoration  Banker James Wood, buried in the church, may have inspired Charles Dickens’s Scrooge A Gloucester city centre church and schoolroom with links to Charles...
Frank Field demands action on 'rampant injustice' in the gig economy  Companies resist reform by arguing tribunal findings relate only to individuals, says MP The government should take action to end the “rampant injustice”...
Gilets jaunes protester to file complaint against 'violent' police  Geneviève Legay’s skull fractured after incident at demonstration in Nice Relatives of a 73-year-old gilets jaunes (yellow vests) protester who was seriously...
Santa Anita Park whip ban looks like a panicked response to a welfare crisis | Greg Wood  The California course’s decision could cause a chain reaction but it is a big leap to suggest whipping played a part in any of the 22...
Children shelter and lambs graze: Sunday's best photos  The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world Continue reading...
How to cut and look after your nails correctly  Keep them short, don’t be afraid to file – and remember to moisturise Nails should be kept fairly short. The longer they are, the more easily they are damaged – especially your...
RSVP Nina Simone and Shamima Begum: a dinner party for our times  In Caryl Churchill’s play Top Girls, five famous women from history gather for a dinner party. Who would today’s big names in theatre invite? Continue reading...
Beth Mead at the double as ruthless Arsenal thrash Liverpool in WSL  Beth Mead scored twice as Arsenal cruised to a 5-1 victory over Liverpool at Prenton Park and took themselves a point above Manchester City at the top of the...
Fashion house under fire for hotel plans at Costa Brava beauty spot  Campaigners say Custo’s development will spoil Sa Guarda in Cadaqués The Barcelona-based fashion designer Custo is under fire for plans to build a hotel on a...
Geoffrey Cox accused of 'sitting on' Airbus subsidiary corruption case  Exclusive: attorney general’s office has taken a year to decide whether to prosecute over Saudi deal Geoffrey Cox, the attorney general, is under pressure...
Brexit petition to revoke article 50 reaches 5m signatures  Call to put brakes on UK’s EU exit is most popular petition ever on parliament website The petition asking the British government to revoke article 50 and reconsider...
Christchurch attacks: the media's rush to be first causes its own kind of harm  Facebook’s AI may have failed the victims – but humans didn’t do much better Rookie journalists struggling with their copy are often told by news...
Motorway meals: how 60 years of the service station has shaped how Britain eats  The first service station opened in Watford Gap in 1959 – and the motorway meal was born. What does its evolution tell us about British tastes,...
Lady Hale: at least half of UK judiciary should be female  Supreme court president called for full equality at event for centenary of women in law At least half of the judiciary should be women, Britain’s most senior judge has...
Murder investigations launched after London and Somerset stabbings  Unidentified man found dead in Pinner and eight arrested after man in his 30s killed in Wells Murder investigations have been launched after two stabbings over ...
Kirsten Gillibrand will call Trump a 'coward' in New York speech  In major speech as presidential candidate at Trump hotel, senator will say president ‘tearing apart the moral fabric of our country’ The Democratic presidential...
Labour could fight snap election with second referendum pledge  Keir Starmer says party is clear any deal should be subject to a confirmatory public vote Labour could fight a snap general election pledging to hold a public vote ...
Peony Knight hoping to ride wave of success all the way to Tokyo Olympics | Giles Richards  British surfer is still only 21 years old but is a formidable talent and fiercely determined to take her board to the Games Britain’s...
The Europe Union has bigger problems to deal with than Brexit | Larry Elliott  The next recession will expose the eurozone as a half-baked project in need of leadership As the clock has ticked down towards Brexit, the state of...
Mueller report: Trump and America wait for Barr to disclose findings  * President in Florida as wait for news enters second day * What does the Mueller report mean for Trump? * Support the Guardian’s independent journalism and...
Yoga summit: a festival in the Austrian Alps  Held across three pretty Alpine towns, Gastein Yoga Days offer the choice of hundreds of classes in stunning locations at affordable prices You know how it is: you are just getting...
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