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Boris Johnson warns Putin might try to ‘Grozny-fy’ Kyiv and destroy it – as it happened

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Prime minister warns of repeat of Russian destruction of Chechen capital

Stephen Colbert: Biden ‘might have to deliver his agenda by caesarean’

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“Things are going a little rough for the Biden administration,” said Stephen Colbert on Thursday’s Late Show. “It’s been nine months, and at this point he might have to deliver his agenda by caesarean.” The president...

Sarah Everard’s killer might have been identified as threat sooner, police admit

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Police have accepted they may have had enough information to identify Wayne Couzens as a threat to women before he raped and killed Sarah Everard. Couzens was handed a rare whole-life sentence on Thursday, meaning he ...

If Boris Johnson is forced out, who might replace him?

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With MPs and the leader of the opposition calling for Boris Johnson to resign, speculation about who may take over is rife. Here are some potential runners and riders should the prime minister resign or be forced out....

Why Robert Durst’s first murder conviction might not be his last

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For years, the wheels of justice moved so slowly against Robert Durst, the New York real estate heir with a trail of dead bodies dotting his improbably charmed life, that his victims’ family and friends feared he’d ne...

The 60-year career: hope you like work, kids! You might still be doing it in your ninth decade

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Name: The 60-year career. Age: Sixty, obviously. Appearance: A long, slow, flat, miserable march to the grave. Well, whatever this is, you’re really selling it. A 60-year career, though. Seriously. Sixty whole years....

UK might not be over the worst, scientists warn, as Covid case numbers stay high

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Britain is heading into winter with the number of Covid cases remaining at a worryingly high level. At the same time, the nation’s vaccination programme appears to have stalled. That is the bleak view of leading epide...

Napier Barracks staff feared asylum seekers might die from Covid

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Staff at Home Office barracks accommodation feared that some asylum seekers placed there might die during the mass Covid outbreak earlier this year, the Guardian has learned. Meeting notes released following a freedom...

Is Kim a secret crime kingpin? The various ways Better Call Saul might finish

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A month ago, I wrote about Better Call Saul’s final stretch. The crux of the piece was that the show has long revelled in telling a story as slowly as possible; how it steadfastly refuses to cut corners by denying us ...

Pigs might fly: the Tories’ social care plan – cartoon

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Brexit, levelling up, ‘global Britain’… what could possibly go wrong with the latest offering?

An electoral fix alone won’t save Britain’s progressives. Agreeing principles might

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To the end, Shirley Williams always described herself as a democratic socialist. In her 2009 autobiography, easily one of the best political memoirs of her generation, she describes a lifetime spent “trying to hammer ...

Could he? Will they? What if? What might happen next in Succession

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For all its whizz-bang caper-gone-wrong energy, and for all its subsequent emotional troughs, this week’s Succession finale might have been the most important in its entire run. Because, unless I am very much wrong, S...

Capitalism won’t save us from Covid, no matter what Boris Johnson might think

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His claim that ‘greed’ was the driver behind the UK’s vaccine success ignores the huge role of state fundingBoris Johnson has attributed the UK’s vaccine success to “capitalism” and “greed”. Though these were crude re...

Māori might be the ‘luckiest’ Indigenous people – but that’s not down to New Zealand exceptionalism

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Hannah Arendt, the political philosopher, once wrote that “power always stands in need of numbers”. That insight, made in the context of a study into the nature of violence, is one that commentators often turn to when...

Psaki: we engage with Fox News in hope viewers might listen to medical experts

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The Biden administration engages with Fox News because its viewers “might” listen to its medical experts about the need to beat the coronavirus pandemic, the White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, said. Psaki was sp...

Buffalo might never have happened if online hate had been tackled after Christchurch

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Americans are facing another tragedy – this time in Buffalo – as 11 Black and two white victims were shot in a “racially motivated hate crime” suspected to have been perpetrated by a young man who spent much of his li...

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