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Without GPs we would be in chaos instead of a crisis

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Can I congratulate Gaby Hinsliff, as she really stood in a GP’s shoes, understood their problems, and suggested a treatment ahead (GPs have become the new fall guys for government failures, 15 October). In fact she be...

Boss of English water firm fined over sewage says he would swim in rivers

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A water company boss has told MPs he would swim in the rivers and sea in the area where he lives, as he and others were challenged over “routine” dumping of raw sewage. The heads of the five largest privatised compani...

How would sport be different if everyone was allowed to dope?

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How would sport be different if everyone was allowed to dope? Johnny Addison, Bonnyrigg Post your answers (and new questions) below or send them to nq@theguardian.com. A selection will be published on Sunday.

‘My nook would evoke calm’: interior design tips for creating the perfect coffee corner

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Where do you go in the morning to cradle a coffee and escape the sounds clawing at your head, pulling you all too fast into your day? What scene distracts decision-fatigued brains, soothing and recharging them. Where ...

’You feel like a child again!’ Would exercising at 5am make you a happier person?

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A minute’s silence – a chance to listen to the wind and the waves crashing on to shingle, and look across the Solent to the lights of a cruise ship in the distance – and then we charge into the water, although some of...

Thank God I have kids. How else would I have found out how incredibly grating I am?

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The correct way to pronounce Marvel, as in Captain Marvel, is with all the emphasis front-loaded on to the first syllable, like the verb. I have been pronouncing it all this time like the poet Marvell, and this hasn’t...

Readers reply: how much poorer would the rich need to be to provide a basic minimum income for everyone?

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How much poorer would the rich need to be to provide a basic minimum income for everyone? Robin Devany Send new questions to nq@theguardian.com. I doubt whether they have to be poorer at all. Putting more money into ...

Albanian migrants to UK ‘would work for free’ to tackle fuel crisis

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Albania has said thousands of its migrants to the UK would be willing to work for nothing to help tackle the petrol crisis. Albania’s ambassador to the UK, Qirjako Qirko, told the Guardian: “If your government would l...

Queensland Covid update: Premier says she would have ‘no qualms’ calling off NRL grand final – video

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Annastacia Palaszczuk says she would have no qualms calling off Sunday's NRL grand final after the state recorded two new locally acquired cases of Covid-19. Brisbane is set to host the rugby league decider between th...

Anish Kapoor on vaginas, recovering from breakdown and his violent new work: ‘Freud would have a field day’

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At 67, Anish Kapoor, with a knighthood, a Turner prize and a retrospective due at the Venice Biennale next year, appears determined to strip away his own artistic skin. Like Marsyas – the satyr flayed alive by Apollo,...

How much poorer would the rich need to be to provide a basic minimum income for everyone?

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How much poorer would the rich need to be to provide a basic minimum income for everyone? Robin Devany Post your answers (and new questions) below or send them to nq@theguardian.com. A selection will be published on S...

I survived rape, but I didn’t understand what trauma would do to me

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Last month I thought about taking my life and wrote a note. I hadn’t made up my mind about dying, but I thought it was best to be prepared. I used the most legible form of my handwriting I could, I kept it succinct an...

Labour would double dementia research spending, shadow health secretary to say

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Labour will double spending on dementia research if it wins power to help British scientists’ efforts to find a cure, the shadow health secretary will pledge. Jonathan Ashworth will commit Labour to increasing investm...

Proportional representation would spell disaster for Labour. Party members should reject it

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At Labour’s annual conference this week, a motion is to be put forward calling for the party to back proportional representation (PR) for the election of MPs to the House of Commons. There are many philosophical argum...

Gene editing ‘would allow us to create hardier farm breeds’

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Leading UK researchers, vets and farmers have urged ministers to free livestock science of unnecessary legal curbs as the country prepares, post-Brexit, to ease gene-editing rules. Such a move would allow the creation...

Labour would empower unions to drive up wages, says Angela Rayner

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A Labour government would seek to drive up wages by empowering trade unions to negotiate minimum rates of pay across key sectors, starting with adult social care, Angela Rayner will announce on Saturday . Rayner, Labo...

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