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Give £200 to every child for catch-up lessons – Lib Dems

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Parents should be handed a £200 voucher for each child to spend on extra tutoring, music lessons or sports clubs as part of a £5bn programme to help pupils catch up after the pandemic, the Liberal Democrats announce t...

Fit in my 40s: I suck at table tennis. En lugar de, here are my final seven fitness lessons

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It was shortly after the table tennis, in which Chinese player battled Chinese player to the final victory of Ma Long in the Tokyo Olympics, when Sophy, my informal instructor, taught me and my son some basics. Everyo...

Lessons to be learned from ATP handling of Alexander Zverev abuse allegations

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In hindsight the silence that accompanied the first allegations of domestic abuse against Alexander Zverev turned out to be the most proactive action tennis took for nearly 10 meses. During the first week of the Pari...

What lessons should the West learn from the defeat in Afghanistan?

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En la primavera de 1996, Owais Tohid, a well-known Pakistani journalist, travelled around Afghanistan speaking to Taliban fighters and commanders. The west didn’t understand them, they told him again and again. “America...

The Guardian view on Antwerp: lessons from a crossroads community

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Many countries contain a city, sometimes more than one, that has acquired world fame while at the same time being an overlooked destination for busy visitors. In Europe, these cities are often places with long histori...

I walked from Land’s End to John o’Groats – and learned three soothing lessons

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The first time I cried while eating an ice-cream was nearly 30 years ago on Sidmouth beach. My mint choc chip had fallen to the ground and mum had argued with the server until I got another one. It was too much emotio...

Love, courage and solidarity: 20 essential lessons young athletes taught us this summer

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The Olympics are racing towards the finishing line; the Euros gave us euphoria and heartbreak; and Wimbledon revealed that the true hero on Centre Court was not an Adonis in crisp tennis whites, but rather a middle-ag...

Life lessons: what a doctor learned from death and dying in Covid wards

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We’re playing a song for you,” Dr Luis Seija said softly, gazing at his patient. His voice, muffled by two masks and a face shield, fought to be heard above the noise of the hospital room. There were monitors beeping,...

What life lessons can we really learn from ‘femininity coaching’?

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Summer has arrived and through the hayfevered mists it’s clear to see the femininity industry is thriving. It smells amazing. The parks, the streets, they’re alive with flicky skirts, clicky heels, bronzer dusted 2cm ...

Happy 80th birthday, Delia Smith! 10 lessons she has taught us – from eggs to lemon zesters

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Delia Smith – cook, author, phenomenon, dictionary entry, Norwich City superfan – turns 80 esta semana. Over five decades, she has taught several generations to cook countless recipes, including certain puddings that ha...

Workers matter and government works: eight lessons from the Covid pandemic

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Maybe it’s wishful thinking to declare the pandemic over in the US, and presumptuous to conclude what lessons we’ve learned. So consider this a first draft. We couldn’t have survived without millions of warehouse, de...

Lions squad brings skill to South Africa party – but past lessons must be learned

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For those players selected in the British & Irish Lions squad on Wednesday, the tour starts this weekend. That’s how I felt when I was lucky enough to have my name read out in 2009; you feel a sense of wanting to ...

‘I don’t wear trousers unless I leave the house’: lessons from a year of lockdown dressing

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It is a white linen suit that Perry Seymour misses the most. “It serves so many purposes, but always reminds me of summer nights," él dice. Slim-fitting and miraculously stain-free, it is what he wore in the garden to...

Invisible Walls by Hella Pick review – vital lessons from a titan of journalism

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I have never forgotten those who were kind to me when I had no journalistic name to speak of, just as I retain specific memories of those who were arrogant, dismissive or patronising. From each I have learned somethin...

Compulsory romance lessons among proposals at China’s political conference

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“Romance and marriage lessons” in schools, using the social credit system to penalise people who abandon their pets, and ending compulsory English lessons are among the proposals made on the sidelines of China’s most ...

‘A once-in-a-generation event’: lessons from a year of lockdown in Europe

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Measures first imposed in Italy a year ago seemed shocking at first but soon became the new normal across the continent They seemed, this time last year, almost unimaginable: the most severe restrictions imposed on a ...

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