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Manchester United’s future can be bright if they build around Sancho

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Shortly after half-time the Villarreal fans broke into their customary rendition of Yellow Submarine, the song from which the club takes its nickname. Naturally, being English people abroad, the Manchester United fans...

If Labour can’t beat the Tories’ polarising game, it should build bridges instead

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With two byelections coming in Conservative seats, Labour should be happy. Byelection campaigns against a government mired in scandal are normally a dream come true for the opposition: a chance to mobilise discontent ...

Voting rights veterans share lessons with new generation of activists: ‘Build on the foundation’

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In the early 1960s, Charles McLaurin served as a field secretary for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), laying the groundwork for a massive voter registration drive in Mississippi known as Freedom S...

Will China’s plan to build more coal plants derail Cop26?

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China’s decision to build more coal plants is a setback for climate action, but analysts say it could still meet its long-term emission reduction targets and may even have scope to raise its ambition at Cop26 in Glasg...

Will October again be memorable for wrong reasons as economic risks build?

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Bad things happen in October. It was in this month 13 years ago that the global banking system came close to imploding. There was a stock market bloodbath in October 1987. And it was in October 1929 that the Wall Stre...

Peaceophobia review – how to build a car and a community

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There’s a striking moment in Peaceophobia when the cars – the scene-stealers of Common Wealth’s new show – start speaking back. While one of the performers tries to tell us the history of his beloved VW Golf, a voice ...

The power of no: how to build strong, healthy boundaries

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No. A tiny, yet mighty word. To hear it can make us feel childlike; sheepish or in trouble. How does it make you feel to say “no”? Strong? Nervous? Guilty? Do you say it often enough? In July, when the gymnast Simone ...

David Beckham’s soccer club accused of breaking deal to build Florida public park

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David Beckham’s Florida soccer club has been accused of reneging on a promise to build community sports facilities and a recreational park on public land around its $160m stadium in Fort Lauderdale. A 2019 deal betwee...

‘It’s about supporting their curiosity’: how to build child-parent relationships through play

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Play is good for children in myriad ways; as well as being essential for healthy brain and body development, play aids learning, boosts social, emotional and creative skills, and sets the course for adulthood – it’s e...

UK consortium enters race to build solid-state batteries for electric cars

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Some of Britain’s leading battery researchers have teamed up to develop prototype solid-state batteries, in the hope that the UK can take a leading role in the next stage of the electric car industry. The FTSE 100 che...

Plan to build world’s biggest renewable energy hub in Western Australia

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An international consortium wants to build what would be the world’s biggest renewable energy hub in Australia’s south-west to convert wind and solar power into green fuels like hydrogen. The group of energy companies...

Rainn Wilson: ‘I had agents who were, like: You need to get your teeth fixed, build loads of muscles’

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Some actors associated with a signature role will tire of talking about it. No such preciousness from Rainn Wilson, who appears on camera from his Los Angeles home wearing a grey T-shirt emblazoned with the word “Scra...

Vauxhall owner to invest £100m to build electric vehicles at Ellesmere Port

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Vauxhall owner Stellantis has announced that it will invest £100m to build electric cars and vans at Ellesmere Port, in Cheshire, in a move that will make it the first large plant in the UK dedicated exclusively to el...

A Scottish-American team helped build football in the US. Now they’re going pro

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Immigrants from Scotland poured into northern New Jersey in the late 19th century to find work in the giant textile mills and, in their free time, play fitba – or soccer as the locals more commonly call it these days....

California developers want to build a city in the grasslands. It could all go up in flames

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About an hour’s drive north of Los Angeles lies one of the last remaining pieces of the truly wild, wild west. The 270,000-acre Tejon Ranch is dotted with centuries-old native oaks. Endangered mountain lions roam the ...

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