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Hot chocolate, glow worms and fairies: readers’ best winter light displays

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Ticket availability at some of the locations is now limited, but all were still taking bookings for various time slots at time of publication Glow Wild at Wakehurst Place (administered by Kew Gardens) always puts on ...

‘I wrote it from the perspective of a night light’: How They Might Be Giants made Birdhouse in Your Soul

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We had played the showcase night at New York’s CBGB, but didn’t stand out, so we tried instead playing alongside performance artists in East Village. People showing up to watch avant garde performance art bought our c...

Natural Light review – reprisals and revenge in chilling examination of the toll of war

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Hungarian director and documentarist Dénes Nagy makes his feature debut with this gruelling, slow-burning drama set in the vast trackless forests of the eastern front during the second world war, a film which won him ...

New Zealand Covid: Ardern unveils post-lockdown ‘traffic light’ system linked to 90% vaccination rate

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More than 18 months into the pandemic, New Zealand has announced its roadmap for a post-lockdown future – and says dropping restrictions hinges on the country hitting some of the world’s most ambitious vaccination rat...

The Mirror and the Light review – Cromwell’s spell is finally broken

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It’s a truism all too well known to Thomas Cromwell that history is written by the victors. By the final volume in Hilary Mantel’s magisterial trilogy, Cromwell is on his way out, yet the dark magic of Mantel’s pen is...

Teesside airport runway closed after three hurt in light aircraft incident

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Teesside airport’s runway is closed after an incident involving a light aircraft left three people in hospital. The airport said in a statement on Twitter that the incident occurred at 9.39am on Saturday and the pilot...

Art of neon: light flickers on old British craft, but new show aims to keep it alive

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Across two galleries in Wakefield sit more than half a dozen tubes of light at least two metres tall, revolving on the spot and creating ethereal shapes in the air. These sculptures, created by the pioneering American...

BBC Three set to return as TV channel after Ofcom gives green light

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BBC Three is set for a triumphant return as a TV channel after media regulator Ofcom gave it the provisional greenlight to return to broadcast television, six years after the corporation took it off air because its yo...

For rightwing culture warriors, to shed light on past conflict is to insult our history

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The problem with dishonesty is that you have to remember your most recent falsehoods to at least try to keep your story straight. In their pantomime “war against woke”, the UK’s statue defenders are incapable of remem...

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It can be hard to keep track of all the latest environmental developments, from changes in the natural world to eco-activism. What scientific consensus are governments ignoring? What’s the latest sign that climate cha...

Thursday briefing: Holidays get the green light

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Hello, Warren Murray inviting you into the know. Millions of Britons have been given the green light to travel to Europe’s holiday hotspots, avoiding quarantine on return from France and Spain where concerns have bee...

Europe’s distrust of the traffic light system threatens UK holidays

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Uncertainty surrounding outbound travel from the UK is causing an atmosphere of distrust among hoteliers and travel suppliers in Europe, according to tour operators and industry bodies. Prior to the government announc...

Astronomers detect light behind black hole for first time

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Astronomers have detected light behind a black hole deep in space for the first time. Bright flares of X-rays were spotted bursting from a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy 800m light years away, which...

Gazpacho, mackerel and salsa verde: Roberta Hall-McCarron’s light summer meals – recipes

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Prep 5 minCook 15 minServes 2 3 tsp dijon mustard2 tbsp sherry vinegar50g bunch tarragon50g bunch basil50g bunch mint50g bunch parsley40g small capers4 anchovy fillets in oil, drained1 garlic clove, peeled200ml rapes...

England emerge into the light after night of noirish Nordic drama

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On into that new frontier. As Harry Kane turned to celebrate, with 103 minutes on the clock and the ball still spinning in Kasper Schmeichel’s net, England’s players seemed to be floating above the Wembley turf, takin...

Friday briefing: More destinations in favourable light

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Hello, Warren Murray here, and thanks as ever for making this Briefing part of your day. Ministers have eased Covid restrictions for some overseas destinations but European bans may undermine plans to free up travel ...

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