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‘I love people heckling me’: Madonna unveils new documentary in New York

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Heavy is the head that wears the crown – and apparently fragile was the crown upon the queen of pop’s head last night at the special New York City premiere of Madonna’s Madame X concert film at the Paradise Club atop ...

Apple iPad 2021 review: still the best tablet for most people

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Apple’s updated low-end iPad looks set to continue its dominance of the market with newer chips, twice the storage and a brilliant new video-calling camera. The 10.2in iPad costs £319 ($329/A$499) – £300 for students ...

More people in path of lava from La Palma volcano forced to flee

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Five hundred more people have been forced to flee their homes on the Canary island of La Palma as the ongoing volcanic eruption pushed streams of lava towards inhabited coastal areas and raised fears over the formatio...

People in the UK: how is your household affected by rising costs?

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UK inflation has hit the highest figure in nearly a decade, having jumped to 3.2% in August, from 2% in July, the highest rate since March 2012. We’d like to hear how people in the UK are experiencing rising costs for...

Russia shooting: gunman kills eight people at Perm State University

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A gunman has opened fire at a university in Russia, leaving eight people dead and 24 hurt. The suspect was detained after the shooting at Perm State University on Monday morning, according to the interior ministry. Th...

Claudia Roden: ‘What do I want from life now? Having people around my table’

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Claudia Roden wasn’t sure that anyone would be interested in her writing another cookbook. “I kept telling my agent, ‘Nobody will want a book from an octogenarian!’” she says on a video call. Roden has just turned 85 ...

‘We don’t want people to be in a panic,’ says chief of Taliban morality police

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Mawlawi Mohammad Shebani is officially in charge of policing morals throughout Kandahar, the Taliban heartland of southern Afghanistan. He is newly appointed head of the provincial office for the promotion of virtue a...

‘Do it for our kids’: Ardern urges people to get Covid vaccine as New Zealand reports 13 cases

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Jacinda Ardern has implored people to get vaccinated “for our kids”, as New Zealand reported 13 new cases of coronavirus in the community, including a truck driver who travelled outside Auckland as an essential worker...

‘Now I know love is real!’ The people who gave up on romance – then found it in lockdown

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When the country first went into lockdown, I – reluctantly – reloaded my dating app. With the world on pause and friends navigating the choppy waters of home schooling, I needed something to pass the time. I had never...

As a paediatrician, I believe it’s right to vaccinate young people aged 12 to 15

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The UK’s four chief medical officers (CMOs) have recommended that Covid-19 vaccinations be offered to all children aged 12 to 15. The the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), that guides vaccination...

Why are so many Covid-made films focused on rich people?

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When all is said and done, the quarantine movie might be Hollywood’s briefest genre. It was borne only out of circumstance. When the world went into lockdown last spring and Hollywood effectively paused all production...

Super teens: Raducanu and five other young people reaching career heights

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Emma Raducanu’s remarkable victory in the US Open was, among other things, a victory for the fearlessness of youth. The Guardian has picked out six teenagers, including Raducanu, who despite their tender years have al...

Social care plan will help just a tenth of UK’s older people in need

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Boris Johnson’s flagship plan to fix social care will benefit a fraction of the people who need help, the Observer can disclose, as charities and campaigners urge ministers to act now or see thousands being left witho...

‘Kids need two things – love and education’: how Ian Wright and Musa Okwonga are inspiring young people through fiction

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Sometimes the detail of a single life story can stop half a nation in its tracks. One such arresting moment was the footballer Ian Wright’s extraordinary Desert Island Discs interview with Lauren Laverne in February l...

Tan France: ‘People assume I’m older than I am’

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When I was young, my focus wasn’t on my queerness. It was more on being south Asian. I was raised in a small town in South Yorkshire. On the way to and from school, you just didn’t know if you were going to get attack...

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