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‘I thought: “Everyone knows you’re not a real mum”’ – the pain of parental impostor syndrome

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As a mother to three boys, there are many days when I question the decisions I make. Sometimes, the weight of that – the idea your child’s wellbeing and happiness rests with you – can feel crippling. At the same time,...

It’s hard to ‘level up’ when No 10 is always bearing down on everyone

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Michael Gove, in his new role as the cabinet’s major-domo and minister in charge of “levelling up”, is about to expend large amounts of intellectual and political capital attempting to close the gap between the south-...

Evergrande: ‘Everyone bet on inexorably rising Chinese property prices’

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The crisis engulfing the Chinese property sector appears certain to intensify in 2022 as companies face debt repayments in the new year that are double those of the final months of 2021, risking what one China expert ...

My aunt invited everyone to a family Christmas party the day after mine. Is she being toxic?

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I sent a mass invitation for our family Christmas party for Christmas Day. The next day my aunt invited everyone over to her house for our family Christmas party, the day after Christmas. I cannot find one person outs...

‘I thought everyone should be as obsessive as I was’: Eddie Jones on 5am alarms and staying hungry

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Eddie Jones laughs when I ask him if he has ever tried therapy. Turns out I’m not the only one who has suggested it. Jones recently hired a forensic psychiatrist to work with his coaching team on their communication s...

Like everyone, I’m so tired of fighting Covid. But we must keep going

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During the past two years, each stage of the pandemic has brought with it a new species of tired. The first was a heady sort of tiredness, all jittery over-vigilance when the first lockdown happened. The memory of tha...

The 12 steps may not work for everyone, but can transform lives

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As co-chair of the all-party parliamentary group (APPG) for the 12-step programme for recovery from addictions, I am disappointed that Oscar Quine had been told that the 12 steps would cure his addiction (I was told t...

Chris Bryant: ‘Nearly everyone I meet says: I wouldn’t want your job’

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Chris Bryant has been Labour MP for Rhondda since 2001. He is chair of the committees on standards and privileges. He spoke out against the government’s attempt to save Owen Paterson from parliamentary sanction, and h...

From Will Smith to Beyoncé – why is everyone talking about King Richard?

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In a crowded winter at the cinema, with everything from aliens to superheroes to princesses on the menu, there’s one film that everyone is talking about: King Richard. It’s the critically acclaimed biopic that follows...

Everyone fights over the word ‘woke’. But what does it even mean?

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It’s mostly people who don’t understand the original connotation of “woke” who still say woke. They can have it. Whether we’re talking about “critical race theory” from Black scholars, “identity politics” from Black f...

‘We saw everyone drop’: bee swarm stops play in New Zealand cricket match

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It’s usually rain that stops play in New Zealand, but on Sunday it was the unfamiliar sight of a swarm of bees that brought a halt to the cricket being played at Wellington’s Basin Reserve. Players and umpires dropped...

How we met: ‘While everyone else was slaying dragons we started talking on voice chat’

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In August 2013, Corinne was living with her family in north London and working in a dull admin job. “I was playing a lot of video games as an escape,” she says. One day, she was recruited by friends to try a new game ...

Brixton’s Barrier Block: ‘When it went up everyone hated it’

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More than 50 years after it was designed, Southwyck House still looms over Brixton in south London, drawing fascination and dislike in equal measure. Originally council housing, the giant concrete structure with tiny ...

‘I think about everyone I save’: the mine clearance hero of Kurdistan

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A dust cloud trails behind a metallic grey Kia Sportage as it meanders along a rocky dirt road toward the last town on this thoroughfare before reaching the Iraq-Iran border. People walk along the road, waving at inde...

Leaks just exposed how toxic Facebook and Instagram are to teen girls and, well, everyone

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For years, Facebook has faced torrents of criticism from human rights groups and academic researchers, who raised alarms about the ways that the most pervasive digital social platform in human history distorts our wor...

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