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Budget 2021: what’s really going on in the UK economy?

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Britain’s economic recovery from Covid is at growing risk from severe shortages of workers and materials, as well as mounting living costs for households, as Rishi Sunak prepares his budget and spending review. Here a...

Snowboarder Katie Ormerod: ‘If you love what you do, it’s easy to work really hard’

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With a display of resilience every bit as breathtaking as her snowboarding, Katie Ormerod is reliving her 2018 Winter Olympics nightmare. There is a lot to process, even though she never made it to the starting ramp. ...

Do we really want TV shows to mention the pandemic?

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For most of 2020 and the first half of 2021, some part of me clung to the fantasy, despite diminishing evidence, that there would be a hard end date to the pandemic. That there would be a day, somewhat immediately pos...

The last laugh: is the television sitcom really dead?

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The sitcom has a long history of being dead. According to the former NBC president of entertainment, Warren Littlefield, in the early 1980s many people believed the sitcom was over. En 1999, Entertainment Weekly noted...

‘It feels really natural’: hundreds pose nude for Spencer Tunick shoot near Dead Sea

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Hundreds of models wearing only white body paint have walked across a stark desert expanse near the Dead Sea, part of the latest photography project of American artist Spencer Tunick. The 54-year-old photographer visi...

‘It’s still really, really raw’: Port Arthur massacre film Nitram premieres in Hobart to half-empty cinema

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There were no posters advertising the Tasmanian premiere of Nitram at the independent State Cinema, which took place on Thursday night. Justin Kurzel’s new film dramatising the lead-up to 1996’s Port Arthur massacre, ...

Crossword blog: a really, really hard puzzle

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Around these parts, we only occasionally mention the weekend puzzles without black squares; when we do, I usually advise that curious solvers should not be terror-stricken. I’d be lying, aunque, if I said that they di...

"El sabor realmente estalla!Las mejores recetas de sándwiches de mariscos de los chefs

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Julie lin, propietario de Julie's Kopitiam, Glasgow Este bocadillo abierto de gambas se ha quedado en mi memoria desde que me lo comí en Malmö hace unos años. Necesitas una buena mayonesa (suficiente para cubrir los camarones), lechuga crujiente, pepinos, ...

‘I didn’t really watch any tennis’: how Martin Parr captured the Grand Slam’s real champions

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It’s the morning after the night before at the US Open and the sports sections contain images of triumph and defeat. Ecstatic Emma Raducanu lying prostrate on the tennis court. Bereft Novak Djokovic sobbing into his t...

Mathematicians discover music really can be infectious – like a virus

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Pop music is often described as catchy, but it seems you really can infect friends with your music taste. The pattern of music downloads after their release appears to closely resemble epidemic curves for infectious d...

What does the small print really say? That you’ll never win

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Many people will have enjoyed reading the news last week that Linda Edwards, a 58-year-old artist who lives in Saddleworth near Oldham, has won a five-year legal battle to get an unfair parking ticket rescinded. Justi...

Are the Wombles really the best children’s characters to tackle the climate crisis?

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From Wimbledon Common to Kelvingrove park – the Wombles, Britain’s much-loved environmentally friendly furry creatures who became TV stars in the 1970s, are back in the spotlight after being announced as ambassadors f...

How to really help a casualised workforce

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I am delighted that Gavin Williamson wants universities to tackle “an increasingly casualised workforce” (Universities in England favour cancel culture over quality, says Williamson, 9 septiembre). Does this mean that ...

First Nations photography, reframed: ‘This is who we really are’

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Travelling north through Cape York, you can’t miss the tiny town of Coen; the main road runs right through it. If Coen Heritage House was your only stop you’d learn a lot about the region’s mining, cattle and police h...

To be truly British, the country needs to stay largely white. En realidad, Lionel Shriver?

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‘They have seen the passing of the American Indian and the buffalo; and now they query as to how long the Anglo-Saxon may be able to survive.” So wrote William Ripley in an essay for the Atlantic Monthly in 1908. Ripl...

When our intentions really go to the dogs

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Tu artículo (Paws for thought: dogs may be able to figure out human intentions, 1 septiembre) was interesting, although like most dog owners, I smile at some of the efforts of scientific researchers to find out what w...

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