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A quarter of Americans open to taking up arms against government, poll says

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More than one quarter of US residents feel so estranged from their government that they feel it might “soon be necessary to take up arms” against it, a poll released on Thursday claimed. This survey of 1,000 registere...

‘My film would not exist if the patriarchy did not exist’: the director taking on the Greek establishment

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In 2012, Jacqueline Lentzou picked up the phone to her cousin in Athens, Greece. She remembers the date exactly: 19 June. Lentzou was 20 and studying to be a director at the London Film School. “My cousin told me: ‘Yo...

A Woman’s Game by Suzanne Wrack review – taking back the pitch

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Suzanne Wrack argues that for women the mere act of playing football is a feminist one, a form of activism. Her book begins as a historical survey, but ends as a manifesto. Wrack is women’s football correspondent for ...

Jamal Edwards died after taking recreational drugs, says his mother

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The music entrepreneur and YouTube star Jamal Edwards died from arrhythmia as a result of taking recreational drugs, his mother has said. Edwards, who helped launch the careers of Dave and Ed Sheeran, died in February...

UK records 77 more cases of monkeypox, taking total to 302

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The current outbreak of monkeypox in the UK has topped 300 cases, official figures reveal, as contacts who have a rash with blisters are asked to contact a sexual health clinic. According to the UK Health Security Age...

Is work taking over your home? Six interior design tricks for hybrid living

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The pandemic has made our homes the ultimate multitaskers: they’ve become offices and schools, as well as where we sleep, relax, exercise and pursue our hobbies. To find out how people felt about their homes in these ...

Inside Just Stop Oil: the ‘hooligan’ climate protesters taking on the tankers – video

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Damien Gayle, a Guardian environment correspondent, follows a group of climate activists as they try to paralyse the UK's fossil fuel distribution network. We film with him as the protesters break into oil terminals, ...

Three US tourists die in Bahamas resort after taking ill

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Three US tourists have died at a resort in the Bahamas after falling ill and another was airlifted to a hospital for treatment, island officials say. Police were investigating and the cause of death was unknown but f...

Samuel Alito: the abrasive justice taking abortion rights back to the 17th century

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For a member of one of the most august and venerable institutions in American public life, Samuel Alito has provoked an astonishing outpouring of jarring adjectives this week. “Appalling and heinous” – Vanity Fair; “a...

The west won’t win in Ukraine without taking risks

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They named themselves the Ukraine Defence Consultative Group and vowed to meet monthly until the war is won. A catchier, more accurate title would be the Stop Mad Vlad Coalition. That’s surely how Russia’s friendless,...

How Brooklyn Peltz Beckham taking wife’s name highlights sexist legal anomaly

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While the $3m (£2.3m) wedding of David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest son, Brooklyn, and Nicola Peltz, the daughter of billionaire businessman Nelson, might not be an obvious place to look for a modern approach to marr...

Peter Dutton says space command needed as some countries ‘see space as a territory for their taking’

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Space must not become “a new realm for conflict”, Peter Dutton will say as he launches the Australian defence force’s new space command. The defence minister will on Tuesday accuse some countries – including Russia – ...

Kelly Smith delighted by number of girls taking part in schools football session

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The former England and Arsenal forward Kelly Smith expressed her delight at the number of girls taking part in the biggest football session in schools across the country on Wednesday, with numbers topping 90,000. “It’...

Man, 80, avoids jail after taking partner out of Western Australia nursing home in outback dash

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Ralph ‘Terry’ Gibbs believed he was “acting out of love” when he made an ill-fated dash across the Australian outback to bring his partner with dementia home, but the 80-year-old ended up with a suspended jail sentenc...

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