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‘There was a prophecy I would come’: the western men who think they are South Pacific kings

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In life, Claude-Philippe Berger styled himself the “traditional king of Tanna”, an island of 30,000 people in Vanuatu. Berger, who was born in 1953 in Casablanca and claimed to have once been a diplomat, first visited...

Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think

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Today’s widely accepted narrative is that we live in historically divided times. Voters are routinely described as “polarised”, while analysts compete to identify the essential schism of the age, whether this is metro...

Mo Gilligan: ‘My greatest achievement? Getting a house. I didn’t think that was possible’

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Born in London, Mo Gilligan, 33, began his career uploading comedy clips to social media, and was given his own Channel 4 series, The Lateish Show, in 2019. His Netflix special, Momentum, has been released in 190 coun...

Tell us what you think about Adele’s new album 30

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Six years on from 2015’s 25, and the month after her comeback single Easy on Me went to No 1 in 25 countries, Adele has finally returned with her new album 30. Written amid her divorce from the father of her child, it...

If we only think about racism in cricket Azeem Rafiq’s tears will have been wasted

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Days after Azeem Rafiq revealed the torment he faced as an Asian player, the situation at Yorkshire cricket club looks no better. His account, of being ostracised, of being referred to by the P-word and by names he kn...

Trump’s allies think they can defy the Capitol attack panel. History suggests otherwise

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Donald Trump’s extraordinary claim of executive privilege as a former president to prevent any of his aides and agents from testifying before the House select committee to investigate the 6 January attack on the US Ca...

Diana: Queen of Style review – ‘England’s biggest punk’? I think not

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I’m afraid to say that the youth have discovered Diana, Princess of Wales. Maybe we’ll have to go through this every generation now – another thing to add to the list, along with sex and drugs, that any cohort coming ...

‘We think we’re good – but we’re weak’: the making of Natural Light, the year’s most harrowing film

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The publicist from the film company won’t be able to make it to the hotel in Leicester Square to introduce me to the Hungarian film-maker Dénes Nagy, whose gruelling slow-burn war drama Natural Light recent won him th...

Cop26: what do scientists think about the progress in Glasgow?

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The Science Weekly podcast is in Glasgow, where we are bringing listeners daily episodes from Cop26. Each morning you will hear from one of the Guardian’s award-winning environment team. Today, Guardian global environ...

New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner: ‘I don’t think 2019 will come up much’

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It is the morning after New Zealand qualified for the T20 World Cup semi-finals by pipping the pre-tournament favourites, India, to second spot in their Super 12s group, and Mitchell Santner is heading out to play gol...

Can ‘blue carbon’ make offsetting work? These pioneers think so

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Off the Caribbean coast of Colombia, rare manatee calves have been spotted in the canals and rivers of Cispatá Bay’s mangrove forests. The once-critically endangered American crocodile is now seen more frequently. Bir...

‘I don’t think, I know’: Macron accuses Scott Morrison of lying about submarine contract – video

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Emmanuel Macron has accused the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, of lying to him over an abandoned $90bn submarine contract, in a significant escalation of tensions between Paris and Canberra. 'I just say wh...

Tell us: what do you think about the government’s Covid ‘plan B’ measures for England?

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Measures including legally mandating the use of face masks in some settings, and the use of vaccine passports at some venues and mass gatherings, are part of the government’s consideration to implement a ‘plan B’ for ...

‘Some people think it’s a real mess’ – the wild, fantastical genius of Becontree

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‘A tour of Becontree is demanding,” wrote Nikolaus Pevsner in his Buildings of England guidebook, “even for the enthusiast.” The charms of the largest interwar council estate in the world, which celebrates its centena...

Glenn Hoddle: ‘I don’t think I will ever be without football in my life’

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“It’s easy to say it was winning. I was born winning, I wanted to win tiddlywinks against my dad at home, so I had that in me. But I think the thing I enjoyed most about playing football was being able to express myse...

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 ...

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