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‘Pretty extreme’: readers respond to UK proposals to target ‘lifestyle’ drug users

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“Lifestyle” users of class A drugs will be targeted as part of the government’s strategy as it argues that their demand for drugs fuels exploitation. The proposal to target “middle-class” drug users by taking away the...

‘I could have done with eight more hours’: readers on the Beatles documentary epic Get Back

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As a younger Beatles fan who grew up with the idea that the band were falling apart in January 1969, Get Back was a joy. My immediate thought was how bright and vibrant everything looked, compared with the graininess...

Helping readers on the consumer desk: ‘We’re canaries in the coalmine’

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In early October, the Guardian’s consumer desk totted up how many pounds’ worth of fraud had been reported to us by readers over the summer, and were horrified to find that it was in excess of £1m. This year we have b...

読者の返信: how is the wind-chill factor calculated?

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On the weather forecasts, they always say: “With the wind, it’ll feel like …” How is the wind-chill factor calculated? Mick Rawlinson, Brighton Send new questions to nq@theguardian.com. My father refuses to believe i...

‘It’s infuriating to see’: readers on the alleged No 10 Christmas party

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Downing Street has come under pressure after allegations were made that a staff party was held at No 10 オン 18 December last year. 当時の, London was under tier 3 restrictions – the top level – meaning the only pe...

読者の返信: which monarchs would have lived longer if modern medicine had been available?

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Which British monarchs would have survived their illness or wounding if today’s medical knowledge had existed then? (Bonus question: which monarchs would we have had but for illnesses that are now easily preventable?)...

‘An uplifting experience’: readers’ favourite places in Lisbon

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After a morning’s sightseeing in the historic centre, my favourite place in Lisbon is an uplifting experience: the Santa Justa elevator links downtown Lisbon to the Chiado district up the hill. I simply love the beaut...

Readers review Adele’s 30: ‘so powerful’ or a ‘depressive black hole’?

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It’s so upfront and honest. You know exactly the story she’s telling, and even if you haven’t experienced divorce yourself, you feel every word of it. Her voice is sounding better than it’s ever done, using so much m...

読者の返信: where should I move to in order to best survive the climate crisis?

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Where should I move to in order to best survive the climate crisis (thinking within the UK, but open to other suggestions)? Pamela Gray-Jones, London Send new questions to nq@theguardian.com. There isn’t any escape; ...

‘You’ll be changed forever by this journey’: readers’ favourite rail trips

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We’ve visited Corsica a few times. As penniless students sleeping on the beach, as new parents with travel cot and buggy in tow, and as newly retired tourers with hire car. But our best-ever Corsican trip was with a s...

読者の返信: why don’t opera singers deafen each other?

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Why don’t opera singers deafen each other? They’re singing loud enough to be heard in the back row, yet they are right in each other’s ears. Brian Dermody, Blessington, Co Wicklow Send new questions to nq@theguardian....

‘We felt like Vikings’: readers’ top UK winter cabin and glamping stays

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Hole up in one of two cosy, wooden glamping pods, on Alistair’s beef and sheep farm in the tranquil Devon countryside not far from Launceston, コーンウォール. Despite a relentless late-October downpour, we stayed warm, snug...

読者の返信: do animals in film and TV know that they’re acting?

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I was watching a film recently with my partner and he said of a dog lying placidly on a couch: “That’s some great dog-acting.” It got me thinking: how much direction can animals in TV and film take? Do they have any i...

‘It tastes like holidays’: readers’ favourite spaghetti recipes

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I was introduced to Neapolitan frittata di spaghetti on a school exchange to Pozzuoli. It’s a bit like a Spanish omelette but with spaghetti instead of potato. You use cold leftover spaghetti for it, and can even use ...

‘An explosion of red and gold’: readers’ favourite spots for UK autumn colour

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Follow in the footsteps of Wordsworth, Coleridge and Turner to enjoy the power and romanticism of the Falls of Clyde. Spectacular at any time of year, this walk reaches its golden, amber and feuille morte peak in the ...

Outdoor films and Covid-safe candy trails: readers’ Halloween plans

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Beneath a canopy of trees in the grounds of an old convent would be an ideal place to host a spooky screening of the Blair Witch Project any Halloween, but it’s especially fitting this year. Being outdoors means that ...

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