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Tell us about your local green spaces and how they’re used

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We would like to hear all about your local green spaces and how they’re used. Are they cared for by the local authority or by community groups? Are they in good shape and thriving or neglected and deteriorating? Does ...

Conservatives claim canceling US student debt will be expensive. They’re wrong

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Conservatives love to talk about how expensive canceling student debt would be. In the words of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, federal student debt cancellation, even when means-tested, is “​​regressi...

Migrant care workers came to help the UK. Now they’re trapped in debt bondage

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Meera Stephen came to Britain with a big suitcase and even bigger dreams. The 27-year-old had left Kerala in south India to work at a care home in Manchester, one of thousands of migrant workers to come after a govern...

‘They’re being cooked’: baby swifts die leaving nests as heatwave hits Spain

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Hundreds of baby swifts in southern Spain have died after leaving their nests prematurely, in what ecologists described as an attempt to escape the extreme temperatures during one of the country’s earliest heatwaves o...

The EU should forget about sanctions – they’re doing more harm than good

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Six million households in Britain face the possibility of morning and evening blackouts this winter to maintain sanctions against Russia, as do consumers across Europe. This is despite Europe pouring about $1bn a day ...

Migrating turtles don’t really know where they’re going, study shows

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How migrating animals like sea turtles navigate hundreds to thousands of kilometres across the open ocean has intrigued biologists since Charles Darwin. But some sea turtles might not really know where they’re going, ...

Unless Democrats start fighting like they mean it, they’re going to lose Congress

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The surest way to lose a battle is to not fight. Despite this fairly obvious logic, President Joe Biden and too many Democrats seem to have adopted a political strategy for the midterm elections of avoiding as many fi...

‘I know they’re exciting – but calm down!’ Britain’s love-hate affair with the e-scooter

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There is a crime wave on our streets, being committed by insouciant teens, commuting executives and even pensioners. Gleefully they glide across our inner cities, scarcely breaking a sweat as they overtake cyclists on...

Derry Girl Dylan Llewellyn: ​’​I call things wee​ ​when they’re not even small​’​

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Surrey-born Dylan Llewellyn, 29, took up acting in his teens while attending a specialist school for children with autism, dyslexia and developmental disorders. His TV credits include Call the Midwife, Holby City and ...

Why grow beans at home? It’s easy, they’re great for your health and good for the planet

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It was in a food market in Oaxaca, Mexico – and after eating a particularly memorable plate of black beans with waxy, yellow potatoes at the end of a day’s hiking in the mountains – that Susan Young found herself fall...

Putin still has friends in the west – and they’re gaining ground

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That picture of Vladimir Putin, alone at the end of a long Kremlin table, may prove one of the enduring images of this war – but it is deceiving. Because although every day brings fresh confirmation that the Russian d...

‘I don’t like bullies’: British volunteers tell why they’re fighting for Ukraine

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The wail of an air-raid siren sends the group of Ukraine’s foreign fighters, including three British citizens, hurrying inside at their training camp in a secret location in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital. Within the relativ...

Pushing Buttons: Our readers on what they’re playing right now

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Welcome to Pushing Buttons, the Guardian’s gaming newsletter. If you’d like to receive it in your inbox every week, just pop your email in below – and check your inbox (and spam) for the confirmation email. After an i...

‘They’re entitled to know the world isn’t always a safe place’: how to talk to your children about the permacrisis

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When John Adams and his two daughters settled down to watch a family film, he wasn’t expecting questions about bombing raids. But as they discussed what to watch, he spotted 12-year-old Helen scrolling through YouTube...

‘They’re lying to you’: Russian TV employee interrupts news broadcast

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An employee on Russia’s state Channel One television has interrupted the channel’s main news programme with an extraordinary protest against Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Marina Ovsyannikova, an editor at Chan...

‘They’re cooking them alive’: calls to ban ‘cruel’ killing methods on US farms

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Vets and animal advocates in the US are calling for restrictions on “cruel” methods of culling birds, as farmers face killing millions of poultry due to a highly virulent avian flu tearing through the country.In 2020,...

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