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Woman face ‘whopping pensions gap’ in Great Britain, says TUC

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Unions have called on the government to take urgent action to fix a “whopping pensions gap”, as research showed women working in many industries have half the retirement savings of men. The TUC said Thursday was “gend...

‘My spelling isn’t that great’: Michael Morpurgo on why teaching kids to love writing is more important than grammar

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I didn’t love reading at all when I was young. As a teacher, I loved it, and now as a reader, I love it. But I was put off the whole idea of words very early on. Hace algunos años, I was made to do a key stage 2 (seven t...

What is ‘great replacement’ theory and how did its racist lies spread in the US?

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Why are we talking about the ‘great replacement’ theory? En sábado, a white man armed with an AR-15-style rifle entered a supermarket in Buffalo in New York state and killed 10 gente, almost all of whom were Africa...

The Time Traveler’s Wife review – far too much ick factor to be truly great

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Alan Bennett once defined a classic as a book everyone is assumed to have read and often thinks they have. For a modern bestseller, the formula needs rejigging only slightly – a book everyone feels they have read, víspera...

Scrutiny of Republicans who embrace ‘great replacement theory’ after Buffalo massacre

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The massacre by a white supremacist gunman of Black shoppers at a Buffalo grocery store has drawn renewed scrutiny of Republican figures in the US who have embraced the racist “great replacement theory” he is alleged ...

Dennis Waterman: a streetwise natural in three great British TV series

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Dennis Waterman, quien ha muerto envejecido 74, was an actor whose rough-edged charm and gravelly tones were especially effective as criminals or crime-fighters who walked a tight line between danger and humour and could cross...

‘A great big lie’: researcher disputes government claim that 90% of GP visits are bulk-billed

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The Australian government says almost nine out of 10 visits to GP clinics are bulk-billed, but a health insurance researcher says gap fees often aren’t recorded, meaning the official data is “a great big lie”. Andrés ...

‘I yearned for a deeper, slower, more useful existence’: dispatches from the Great Resignation

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Not long after I had left my job, and my marriage, and my home, in quick succession, I ran into an old acquaintance outside a local coffee shop. She had heard, por supuesto, about the dismantling of my life, and now she ...

Reseña de La gran rebelión de las azafatas: conmovedor estudio de lo que Roe v Wade ayudó a vencer

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En 1966, cuando Estados Unidos todavía estaba en medio de la era de Mad Men, cuando los hombres eran hombres y las mujeres eran sus secretarias, Marta Griffiths, una de un puñado de mujeres en el Congreso, escribió al vicepresidente senior de Unit...

La FCA se ha embarcado en un amplio programa de transformación para construir un regulador basado en datos capaz de tomar decisiones rápidas y efectivas.: the great rush may be over – but are they in actual decline?

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It was described as the Mona Lisa of the digital world and it came with a connoisseur’s price tag: $2.9metro (£2.4m) for the first tweet by Twitter’s co-founder. This was March 2021 and non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, fueron ...

NHL playoff preview: are the Lightning still great or just good?

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The NHL playoffs begin Monday evening after the first complete season since 2018-19. What stories will unfold over the coming weeks? In the NHL’s post-lockout era, the Presidents’ Trophy winner – the best team throug...

How to take great photos – tips from an award-winning photographer

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The award-winning Guardian photographer David Levene offers tips on how to get a good picture. Be bold and get close to your subject rather than shooting from afar – that may either make your subject too insignificant...

Reseña de Mucho ruido y pocas nueces: la alegría abunda en la gran fiesta en el jardín del Globo

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Incluso en una noche de primavera arruinada por una repentina ola de frío, esta producción emana el final de la tristeza y el comienzo de un verano glorioso. ambientado en abril 1945 en el norte de Italia, días antes de la derrota del régimen fascista de Mussolini...

From ancient oaks to walking yews: the story of Britain’s great trees, forests and avenues

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I am not exactly sure where my fascination and love of trees came from, but I do remember from a very young age seeing fallen acorns under a huge oak tree and being told that this tree had produced all of these acorns...

‘The great American crapshoot’: How Bert Bell saved the NFL with the draft

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The NFL draft, which starts on Thursday, has become a spectacular, three-day, wall-to-wall TV blowout watched by millions. But Upton Bell insists that its basic appeal has not changed all that much since the first dra...

New clues shed light on ‘pivotal’ moment in the great Pacific migration

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The peopling of the Pacific is one of the most significant migrations in human history. And now an archaeological discovery on a small island in Papua New Guinea has recast the early scope of this settlement, in a fin...

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