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If you’re going to San Francisco … be sure to visit these five not-to-be-missed sights

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San Francisco has long been a creative incubator and cultural melting pot – a catalyst for social change, technological innovation and good times. It’s also a must-visit for anyone considering a Californian road trip,...

If you’re going to San Francisco … be sure to visit these five not-to-be-missed sights

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San Francisco has long been a creative incubator and cultural melting pot – a catalyst for social change, technological innovation and good times. It’s also a must-visit for anyone considering a Californian road trip,...

If you’re going to San Francisco … be sure to visit these five not-to-be-missed sights

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San Francisco has long been a creative incubator and cultural melting pot – a catalyst for social change, technological innovation and good times. It’s also a must-visit for anyone considering a Californian road trip,...

If you’re going to San Francisco … be sure to visit these five not-to-be-missed sights

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San Francisco has long been a creative incubator and cultural melting pot – a catalyst for social change, technological innovation and good times. It’s also a must-visit for anyone considering a Californian road trip,...

‘You’re born an egotistical sociopath’: The Innocents, the child-horror that leaves audiences shaking

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When people see The Innocents, they tend not to hold back on telling its director what they think. “This is the worst thing I’ve ever been through,” is a frequent reaction. Followed by: “Thank you.” “You can see they’...

When you’re childless not by choice, Mother’s Day can be a painful reminder of profound loss

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I check my inbox. “Order your Mother’s Day hamper now!” the headline shouts. Delete. On my television screen someone’s trying to get me to buy their “special gifts for special mums!” I switch channels. In my letterbox...

‘As a cancer survivor you’re expected to feel grateful’: Laura Fulcher’s campaign for better care

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When Laura Fulcher went to A&E in 2014, doubled over in agony, she was desperate for answers. She had been suffering from stomach pains and bowel changes for more than a year, with no medical support or investigat...

Ben Foster: ‘This is very dangerous territory and I sense you’re poking’

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Ben Foster has been out on a boat with scallopers. The actor is studying fishermen as immersive preparation for his next film. He speaks to the Guardian via Zoom from a dock in Massachusetts. But the feed is audio onl...

Seams pretty good: how to know you’re buying quality clothes

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I’m tempted to start this column by writing: a well-made garment can be elusive, but we all know it when we see it. Unfortunately, I think saying so is about as helpful as the advice, “you do you”. The reality is, the...

John Oliver on police interrogations: ‘If they have decided you are guilty, you’re in big trouble’

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John Oliver investigated the unreliability and predatory nature of police interrogations, which are often aimed at extracting a confession rather than determining truth. Confessions are “viewed as the gold standard wh...

If you’re going to San Francisco … be sure to visit these five not-to-be-missed sights

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San Francisco has long been a creative incubator and cultural melting pot – a catalyst for social change, technological innovation and good times. It’s also a must-visit for anyone considering a Californian road trip,...

‘You don’t resign after you’re fired’: Russia quits human rights council after suspension – video

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The UN general assembly has voted to suspend Russia from its leading human rights body over allegations of horrific rights violations by Russian soldiers in Ukraine, which the US and Ukraine say are tantamount to war ...

Wills and trusts: how to plan your finances for when you’re gone

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A will names your beneficiaries – the people you want to inherit your assets when you die, and appoints executors – the people who will manage the financial process. However, more than half of UK adults don’t have one...

If you’re clinically vulnerable in England, Johnson’s ‘new normal’ is a kick in the teeth

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And with that, Boris Johnson ended all remaining pandemic measures in England. Those who test positive for Covid will no longer have to isolate by law from this Thursday – and from April will not even be advised to st...

You’re going to feel this, Biden tells Americans, as Ukraine war looms

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Joe Biden’s speech sounded like a closing argument, one that had been honed for some time and one that suggested expectations are still high in the White House that Russia will take military action. Biden briefly nodd...

‘You’re treated like a spy’: US accused of racial profiling over China Initiative

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It was sometime before 7am on 21 May 2015 when Xiaoxing Xi, a physics professor at Temple University in Philadelphia, was woken by people pounding on his front door. Still not fully dressed, he opened the door to be c...

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