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New Life in the Country: Sarah Beeny proves she’s the mum you always wanted

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On the surface, the question of whether you will like Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country – the second series of a show about Sarah Beeny’s new life, which is in the country – will depend on whether you like Sarah B...

‘Always neglected’: Bradford braced for bad news in rail plan

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“We’re out of it … again,” said retired yoga teacher Jane Ayers, as she walked out of the railway station concourse on an unseasonably mild Wednesday morning. “As per usual. Bradford is always neglected.” Ayers, 82, w...

‘I have always been a fashion person’: Billy Porter to host Fashion Awards

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Billy Porter, the actor best known for his role as Pray Tell in Ryan Murphy’s series Pose, will host this year’s Fashion Awards, to take place in London on 29 November. Porter – who is also a singer, director, writer,...

‘It’s not just about being trans’: moving coming-of-age docuseries Always Jane

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Jane Noury’s coming of age journey is similar to many suburban American teens: anchored by family and friends but impatient to expand beyond a small town, selfies and insecurities and confidence, so much incipient ene...

‘I was always scared’: inmate who exposed systemic Russian prisoner abuse

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The videos from the Russian prison hospital are almost too horrific to describe. In the worst, the victims are tied down while other inmates rape or penetrate them with metal objects, the screams and abuse recorded in...

Ian McDiarmid: ‘As a kid, I always wanted to be the baddie’

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Ian McDiarmid, 77, has distinguished himself as a theatrical all-rounder. He made his name on stage as an actor of incisive authority and is internationally known as Emperor Palpatine in the Star Wars films. Between 1...

‘I’ve always aimed big’: Vietnamese tycoon behind £155m Oxford donation

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Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao began her business career as a sideline importing fax machines and latex rubber into the then Soviet Union while studying economic management at D Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology in ...

Always look a Tory gift unicorn in the mouth – cartoon

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Chris Riddell on the party desperately brushing up its green credentials before Cop26• You can order your own copy of this cartoon

From childlessness to the climate crisis, why is the blame always on us?

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Nothing in this world can be said to be certain except death, taxes and that women will regularly be told they should not forget to have children. That badgering, a favourite of the press, particularly a rightwing pre...

Dominic Cummings says UK always intended to ditch NI protocol

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The UK government always intended to “ditch” the Northern Ireland protocol, Boris Johnson’s former adviser Dominic Cummings has claimed. In a string of tweets, Cummings said the flawed Brexit deal had been a way to ge...

‘The rich don’t always fight fair’: Guardian lawyers, libel and lawsuits

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It was 9pm on a Friday and I had finally sat down with a gin and tonic to watch a bit of catch-up television when the phone rang. It was an American lawyer fuming about a piece the Guardian had just published. As I sc...

Sindhu Vee and her father go back in time: ‘As a child, I was always copying him’

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Born in New Delhi in 1969, Sindhu Vee spent her childhood in India and the Philippines, before throwing herself into academia, getting degrees from Oxford, Montreal and Chicago universities. In her early 40s, she trad...

‘Always a crap week for women’: Chelsea’s Emma Hayes left exasperated

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Emma Hayes, the Chelsea manager, has expressed her frustrations at another “crap week for women” following the conviction of Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard and allegations by NWSL players of sexual coer...

Guy Pearce: ‘There’s always someone you want to punch’

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At the start of this century, Guy Pearce was sitting pretty. He had shaken off the frothy soap bubbles of Neighbours, where he was one of the show’s original batch of pin-ups, along with Kylie Minogue and Jason Donova...

Why do children in Britain always bear the brunt of Tory cuts?

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This is no country for babies. It’s no surprise the birthrate keeps falling when would-be parents face impossible obstacles. As in the 1930s, it happens in hard times. It’s no snowflake generation whim, but the result...

‘Not always easy to comprehend’: Hollywood struggles with Belfast accent

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Kenneth Branagh’s new autobiographical film, Belfast, is tipped for Oscar glory, but his home town will not be happy if it’s in the foreign language category. Hollywood reviewers who have lauded the film’s storytellin...

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