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What do you think is the right balance in the UK between restrictions and the impact from Covid?

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Despite a high number of cases and deaths compared to some other countries, we want hear views from people around the UK about the Covid state we are in. What do you feel is the right balance between restrictions and ...

The Phantom of the Open review – Brit sporting underdog movie right on par

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Here’s a film about a guy who likes six sugars in his tea – and the viewer might also need a bit of a sweet tooth. It is an amiably daft and sentimental Britfilm, a comedy of the underdog starring Mark Rylance. It is ...

Cummings right about ‘false groupthink’, says Covid inquiry chair

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Dominic Cummings was at least partly correct in castigating the government for being too slow to respond to the initial threat of coronavirus, a co-chair of the Commons inquiry into the pandemic has said. Over seven h...

Tory councillor in Worthing suspended over alleged support of far right

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The Conservative party has suspended a councillor and is investigating allegations that he has been a secret supporter of a far-right organisation. Tim Wills, a borough councillor in Worthing, West Sussex, is alleged ...

Patience wears thin at Norwich as Daniel Farke seeks right formula

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Norwich City are the only football team in all four English professional divisions not to have any points. That’s fewer than Oldham Athletic, who are bottom of League Two and have protesters carrying coffins outside B...

UK far right promoting sexual violence against women, report finds

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Sexual violence is increasingly being promoted by the British far right, according to new analysis documenting how misogyny is used to steer individuals towards adopting racist and antisemitic views. Investigators fou...

Labour has lost its heart and nerve in pandering to the right

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The claim by Andy Beckett that Labour’s centre-left have run out of ideas is certainly true but doesn’t get to the heart of the problem(The problem is bigger than Keir Starmer – Labour’s centrists have run out of idea...

The right shouldn’t own uncomfortable feelings about ending a pregnancy

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Like many people, I’ve been thinking about the women in Texas, a US state that is now in the business of forced births. When you consider how pregnancy is dated from the first day of a woman’s last period, its newly i...

As insurgents limber up for a federal election, the Coalition is worried about its restive right flank

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One of the federal government’s Queensland MPs was enjoying some downtime at home recently, watching the reality show SAS Australia. They were interrupted by a sudden jolt – not an abseiling mishap or some other epic ...

Bring Me the Horizon review – clearly the UK’s greatest rock band right now

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“I haven’t seen a mosh pit in 18 fucking months, so you better make it good,” barks Oli Sykes. This is the start of Bring Me the Horizon’s latest UK arena run, and the band’s frontman seems genuinely elated to be back...

Right as rain! 10 ways to boost your mood on grey, wet or cold days

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If you have ever spent summer in the UK, you will know that there is often little to distinguish the season from any other wet, miserable time of year. Nonetheless, many of us cling to the idea that we are in for endl...

‘On the right side of history’: ousted Tennessee vaccine official on mandates, myths and muzzles

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Dr Michelle Fiscus worked in the health sector for almost 20 years, most recently as Tennessee’s top vaccine official. Until the day she was fired, she got excellent job performance reviews. And then one day she sent ...

A perfect pairing: find the right pasta shape for your sauce

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“Life is a combination of magic – and pasta,” the Italian film director Federico Fellini once said. And if, like me, you’re a devoted pastaphile, you’ll almost certainly agree with Fellini’s worldview. For something s...

‘It’s the balm we need right now’: how Broadway fought its way back

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When Ruben Santiago-Hudson walks on stage at the Manhattan Theatre Club on Tuesday night, the electric charge between actor and audience will spark back to life. Then the healing will begin. “It is the balm that we al...

Herself review – a domestic abuse survivor​’s tale in search of the right tone

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The British director Phyllida Lloyd adds a spritz of commercial glitter to this bleak story about a domestic abuse survivor navigating Dublin’s housing crisis. Sandra (Clare Dunne) is separated from her violent, manip...

Boris Johnson to tell MPs he will ‘do right by’ UK Afghanistan veterans

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Boris Johnson will tell British veterans of Afghanistan that he will “do right by” soldiers who served during the 20-year campaign, after significant criticism by prominent military figures of the west’s withdrawal. T...

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