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The Guardian editorial: how does a newspaper decide what it thinks?

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A newspaper’s views evolve but its leader columns represent a palimpsest of its history, where layer upon layer of thought has been inscribed. So how does a publication such as the Guardian come to decide what it thin...

Has Chigs got the ingredients to win Bake Off? His home town Leicester thinks so

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There was a disastrous anti-gravity cake in week one, but then a decent biscuit showstopper in week two. Quindi, All'improvviso, in week four, Chigs Parmar, the most inexperienced contestant on The Great British Bake Off, sec...

Could planting a trillion trees stop global heating? This man thinks so

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Nel 2017, Yishan Wong was ready to retire in Hawaii after leaving behind his career in Silicon Valley. The CEO of Reddit until 2014, Wong had previously held senior positions at Facebook and PayPal. But then came what ...

‘Self-obsessed and not bright’: what Middlesbrough’s mayor thinks of his councillors

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A local council is beset by self-obsessed, selfish and not-very-bright councillors, says the town’s own mayor. Andy Preston, the mayor of Middlesbrough, intervened after complaints lodged by councillors against their ...

Pollution is damaging UK rivers more than public thinks, il rapporto dice

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Rivers, streams and freshwater marshes across England, Wales and Northern Ireland are being devastated by diffuse agricultural pollution and sewage, secondo un nuovo rapporto. Despite only 14% of English rivers meeti...

If GSK thinks toothpaste and HIV drugs should be kept separate, why not just do it?

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“I am a change agent,” declared Emma Walmsley, as she unveiled the biggest overhaul of GlaxoSmithKline in the 20-odd years of the company’s life in its current form. The consumer healthcare division will depart via a ...

Industry’s David Jonsson: ‘Lena Dunham thinks British people eat scones every day’

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There were kids riding past on scooters, piace: ‘Nah man, I don’t know what they’re filming, uomo! Move!’” David Jonsson dials his London accent up, laughing breathily as he recalls a film shoot a few weeks earlier in s...

David Mitchell: ‘The world still thinks autistic people don’t do emotions’

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Author David Mitchell, 52, was born in Southport, grew up in Malvern and now lives near Cork in Ireland. He published the first of his nine novels, Ghostwritten, invecchiato 30. He has been twice shortlisted for the Man Book...

‘No one thinks about them’: janitors get organized in south Florida

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Janitors in Florida are fighting to organize a union through the Justice for Janitors campaign as the predominantly immigrant and women of color workforce have faced severely low wages, poor working conditions and lax...

I’m thinking about leaving the city for somewhere cheaper. No one thinks it’s a good idea

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I’m sick of paying heaps to live in a shoebox and I’m thinking about leaving the city for somewhere cheaper. I want to have a garden and a dog and see the ocean. No one thinks this is a good idea. My friends call it m...

Tim Dowling: whatever the vet thinks, my cat is not called Graham

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When I wake, my left eyelid is heavy and sore to the touch, as if I had been punched the previous evening. I don’t recall this happening, but I suppose short-term memory loss could be another symptom. Maybe I’m in a m...

Women’s Champions League is super already, thinks Chelsea’s Emma Hayes

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“I love the Champions League and competing in this competition,” says a relaxed Emma Hayes beforeas she prepares for Chelsea’s semi-final first leg at Bayern Munich on Sunday. The club’s manager is referring candidly ...

Shark sketches, dinosaur drawings… my two-year-old thinks I’m a genius

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If you haven’t drawn something for a two-year-old recently, I highly recommend it. The reaction is immediate and delirious, although it could be down to my particularly good skills as an artist. My Iggle Piggle is ren...

Britain thinks it has won the gender equality war. That’s a bad sign

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Progress can often be its own worst enemy. After a month in which the nation’s attention was diverted towards the inadequate understanding of the dangers women face from sexual predators, a new survey by King’s Colleg...

If Johnson thinks he can charm his way to success at Cop26, he’s sorely mistaken

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It ought to be simple, but it will be anything but. When almost 200 countries gather for the UN Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow in November, they will do so under the shadow of two crises: a global pandemic that e...