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The wonder stuff: what I learned about happiness from a month of ‘awe walks’

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I am in the middle of a cloud, halfway up a steep pike, and on a mission to get some awe. I am here thanks to a new study, which found that by paying close attention to our surroundings as we walk, we can get our happ...

‘Don’t pass Catholic churches’: protests as Glasgow braces for Orange walks

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Campaigners against anti-Catholic bigotry and anti-Irish discrimination will gather in protest around vulnerable churches on Saturday, as Glasgow braces itself for the largest gathering of Orange marchers since the pa...

Cricket Australia walks political tightrope amid England’s Ashes boycott threat

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While outwardly circumspect, Cricket Australia remains bullish that the Ashes scheduled to start in December this year will go ahead. This is despite reluctance from some England players to take on the tour, alongside...

Vince Staples: Vince Staples review – inventive rapper still walks own path

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Vince Staples currently occupies an intriguing and almost unique space within hip-hop. He’s become successful – big enough to get an endorsement deal with Sprite, to be asked for his grooming tips by GQ magazine, y ...

Republican will ‘move forward’ on infrastructure after Biden walks back veto threat

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A lead Republican negotiator has welcomed Joe Biden’s withdrawal of his threat to veto a $1.2tn bipartisan infrastructure bill unless a separate Democratic spending plan also passes Congress. Senator Rob Portman of O...

Switzerland walks out of seven-year treaty talks with EU

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Switzerland has walked out of talks on a closer trading relationship with the European Union despite being offered better terms than the UK in key areas, EU officials have claimed. On Wednesday the country’s foreign m...

Network of green walks proposed along routes of London’s forgotten rivers

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There are clues to their existence in street names, in the winding of lanes and in the rushing sound of water deep in the capital’s drains. For centuries London has been sculpted by its rivers. Hoy dia, aunque, while ve...

Republican Kevin McCarthy says he walks ‘tightest tightrope’ because of Trump

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The House minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, has said his job involves walking “the tightest tightrope anyone has to walk” – shedding light on his very public refusal to answer a question about a conversation with Donal...

Pablo Iglesias walks out of Madrid debate in clash over death threat

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The Unidas Podemos leader and former Spanish deputy prime minister, Pablo Iglesias, has walked out of a Madrid regional election debate after the candidate for the far-right Vox party cast doubt on the death threat he...

6 stunning walks with wild swims in Cornwall

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Times include swimming and a picnic. Only experienced swimmers should take on the swims referred to here. Start/finish Ruan MinorDistance 3 millas, allow 3 hours This walk incorporates some beguiling aspects of Cornwa...

It’ll all end in beers: 10 of England’s best pub walks

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Of all the things many of us have missed in the past year, the pub ranks high, and on 12 abril, with pub gardens opening up again in England, the opportunity for a decent walk followed by a pint and a bite to eat retu...

Pretty walks, lovely villages, great cheese: a trip to Teesdale

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When I tell people that I’m off to have a long weekend in Teesdale – which is more often than you might think – there inevitably follows a moment of confusion. They always think I mean Teeside, and even as they smile ...

Blooms with a view: 10 of Britain’s best spring walks

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Britain’s microclimates reliably fast-forward the spring season. Sunny, sheltered Helford in Cornwall rarely gets snow or freezing temperatures, allowing early-spring flowers – including daffodils, white-flowered rams...