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Evil twinks and gay gangsters: why we need to remember history’s horrid homosexuals

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In February, season two of HBO’s teen drama Euphoria reached a climax. “Well, if that makes me a villain,” proclaimed an unrepentant Cassie Howard, “then so fucking be it.” This much-memed line encapsulates popular cu...

Milton Jones looks back: ‘I remember making a dog-food sandwich and taking it to school for him’

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Born in London in 1964, Milton Jones is a standup comic and recurring face on Mock the Week. Known for his striking hair, Hawaiian shirts, and unflinching expression, he won the Edinburgh Perrier award in 1996 with hi...

As the bombs drop and refugees flee for their lives, remember Ukraine’s children

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With 1.5m refugee children having fled Ukraine, we think about the urgent need for humanitarian relief: food, water, shelter and clothing. But we must ensure children’s education is central to the immediate response ...

Long after Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is home and Boris Johnson’s gone, we’ll remember how he failed her

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Just when you thought you couldn’t take any more bad news, a sudden bright spot on the horizon: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, along with another detained British-Iranian Anoosheh Ashoori, are flying back to the UK from T...

Do not go gently into that hot tub! A luxury spa is the wrong way to remember Dylan Thomas

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Dylan Thomas’s grave is an extravagantly simple affair. He’s buried in the overspill graveyard at St Martin’s church in Laugharne on the Carmarthenshire coast. There’s no gravestone, just a white wooden cross with his...

What’s the best way to remember loved ones – photos? videos? Or talking teddy bears?

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I have no audio or video of any of my four grandparents. As they were all born in the first decade of the last century, this is hardly surprising; they didn’t live long enough to have smartphones pointed at them. I su...

‘It was the day of my husband’s funeral’: readers remember 20 May 2020

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On 20 May 2020 the UK was two months into its first lockdown, with many isolated and barred from seeing friends and family even in the most difficult circumstances. The news that a “bring your own booze” party was all...

Who’s to blame for the Afghanistan chaos? Remember the war’s cheerleaders

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Everyone is to blame for the catastrophe in Afghanistan, except the people who started it. Yes, Joe Biden screwed up by rushing out so chaotically. Yes, Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab failed to make adequate and timel...

Jude Law: ‘I remember being told not to get above myself. Such appalling British advice’

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For a few months in 2000, Jude Law’s working week consisted of shooting the war epic Enemy at the Gates in Berlin from Monday to Friday, before hopping on Concorde on Friday eveningto fly to New York to rehearse for A...

Remember Obama’s drill, baby, drill, days? Democrats aren’t innocent on climate

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If after Monday’s news you didn’t feel a pang of doom, you’re either a zen master, a recluse living in a news vacuum, or a nihilist. The new United Nations report on climate change predicts an actual bona fide apocaly...

‘I hope people remember it all their lives’: Why Marta Minujín wants to destroy Big Ben

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Next month, Marta Minujín, the Argentinian artist credited with being a pioneer of installation art, will create an artwork that has been 40 years in the making. Using a library of 20,000 books representing British po...

‘Remember that not everyone will share your taste’: five ways to make your home worth more

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From understated decoration to secret storage, the experts share their tips to up your asking priceby Anna FieldingIt’s your home and you’ve lived with its joys and imperfections for a few years, but how do you convin...

Remember workwear? Keep it slick in black and white

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It took me a year to adjust to WFH. I’ve just about got there, and now it’s going to take me just as long to adjust back to working-not-from-home. Not least the question of what to wear. Working days at home are diffe...

‘Warm, kind, wise and brilliant’: Guardian writers remember Kakoli Bhattacharya

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Every Guardian south Asia correspondent over the past decade can remember the first time they met Kakoli Bhattacharya. A smart, brilliant and tenacious journalist, Kakoli joined the Guardian in Delhi in 2009 as an ass...

‘The grandfather of the nation’: Andrew and Edward remember their father, Prince Philip – video

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Prince Andrew and Prince Edward have paid tribute to their father, the Duke of Edinburgh, after his death. The Duke of York said the Queen had to be stoic and was contemplating a huge void in her life. Prince Andrew a...

‘They will not be forgotten’: New Zealanders remember Christchurch mosque victims – video

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The 51 worshippers murdered in the Christchurch mosque attacks almost two years ago by a white supremacist have been remembered at a national service with songs, prayers, speeches and pledges to rebuild the community....

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