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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. sí, Joe Biden screwed up by rushing out so chaotically. sí, Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab failed to make adequate and timel...

Hot summer nights: ‘Lost in Lanzarote’s mountains, I cried harder than I can ever remember crying’

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After watching Pedro Almodóvar’s Broken Embraces, which draws heavily on the volcanic landscape of Lanzarote, I was determined to visit. A Google image search of the island made my head fizz: black sand beaches, alien...

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, dias? 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...

‘I don’t want to remember these things’: dark pop poet John Murry on surviving rape, heroin and family strife

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If you’re after cheery crowdpleasers, John Murry is not your man. Murry is 41, barely known, and has never come close to denting the charts. Yet he has been compared to the great existential pop poets Nick Cave, Leona...

"No como lo recuerdo": La estación de policía de Bow Street reabre como museo

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Es el hedor que Lee-Jane Yates recuerda vívidamente. "Estaba tan rancio," ella dijo. Pero luego era de una pequeña celda que a veces albergaba un número de hombres de dos cifras., retenido allí durante la noche después de ser arrestado por ...

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, el duque de edimburgo, 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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los 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....

Remember those NHS volunteers? We need them now in the fight against Covid

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One key lesson from the Covid-19 pandemic is that the most effective way to stop a virus in its tracks is to identify and isolate cases. As we saw in China, Corea del Sur, Taiwan and Vietnam, community health workers ha...