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There is no destination called adult. Adulthood is a scam, a lie, a myth

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When I was a child, I longed to be an adult. For my 10th birthday, I demanded a cake in the shape of a 10, delighted to be an age that was two digits rather than one. Adults had freedom to do what they wanted; not lik...

And then there were two: novel thought to have inspired Agatha Christie gets UK publication

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A group of guests are invited to a party but, when they arrive, their mysterious host tells them by broadcast that they will all die by morning. This is not in fact the well-known plot of Agatha Christie’s And Then Th...

Why are there so many Trump staff memoirs? The authors now need to whitewash their reputations

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Stephanie Grisham used to avoid the media like her life depended on it. During her nine-month stint as Donald Trump’s press secretary – a job she juggled with her roles as communications director for both the White Ho...

Climate activists are being killed for trying to save our planet. There is a way to help

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Each year, we learn more about the climate crisis. The data flows: ever-rising heat, unprecedented deforestation, record rainfall. And once a year, we also learn more about the human impact of the crisis too, as data ...

In hindsight there was no foresight: how Australia bungled its Pfizer Covid deal

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En 30 junio 2020, Victoria’s Covid cases were doubling. Within a week the state would be in its second lockdown. That same day Pfizer wrote to the federal health minister, Greg Hunt, with a clear sense of urgency, want...

En 9/11 I learned there are no guarantees in life

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Over the past two decades, 9/11 has taken on all kinds of different meanings for people, from the end of American dominance to the rise of a new kind of terrorism. But when I think of 9/11, the first thing I think of ...

‘There is so much bad behaviour everywhere’: how to raise a good child in a terrible world

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When Melinda Wenner Moyer looked around in the autumn of 2018, she saw everywhere what she would describe as “assholes”. In the US and the UK, hate crime was – and is – rising. Across the world, #MeToo allegations con...

There will be a UK Afghanistan inquiry – just don’t expect any accountability

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En la mañana de 14 marzo 1757, one of the Royal Navy’s most senior serving admirals, John Byng, was marched on to the deck of the warship HMS Monarch, forced to kneel and shot by a firing squad of marines. At the ti...

Cómo nos conocimos: ‘He said my nails looked nice, and I knew there was something there’

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India was working for the police force in St Augustine, Florida, in February 2019, when she visited an accountancy firm during one of her routine patrols. “I was going around the local businesses to introduce myself,”...

There are two sides to Glasgow. Cop26 will show only one of them

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Sailing up the Clyde was once how most travellers from abroad reached Glasgow, as well as those from Ireland, the Hebrides and the peninsulas of Argyll. Passenger liners came right up the river to within a mile of the...

Vinnie Jones: ‘My career flew off the rails. The wheels were going. There wasn’t a spare seat!"

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estoy, obviamente, scared of Vinnie Jones. Even though he is calling from New York, 3,000 miles and five hours away, I keep expecting him to click his neck three times and pull me into a breathless headlock. But instead...

The Guardian view on high pay: the fat cats are still there

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Public anger about the vast salaries extracted from business by the highest-paid people surfaces less often than one might expect, given highly conspicuous levels of inequality and rising poverty. Sir Philip Green and...

I was there to help the good people of Afghanistan. Now I feel as though we failed them

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I was one of the thousands of Australians who were deployed to Afghanistan – me, as an Australian federal police officer – over the last 20 años. Despite all the good we achieved while there, I now feel as though we ...

‘There are no women in the streets’ – the day life changed in Kabul

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The streets of Kabul were emptied of women on Monday, the first full day of Taliban rule across Afghanistan, as Taliban gunmen patrolled in cars seized by police, confiscated guns from security guards and urged shopke...

Claire-Louise Bennett: ‘If there was a revolution, I’d be there’

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A conversation with Claire-Louise Bennett is a dizzying experience: one minute as rowdy as a fairground, the next more like a reflective walk through woodland. She laughs a lot, and raucously, to the point where the e...

‘There was a distinct lack of help’: can theatre clean up its act on mental health?

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It was the winter of 2017 when Raffaella Covino realised she was in the midst of an emotional breakdown. Despite living out her childhood dream as a professional stage actor – appearing in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the ...

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