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  • Windrush generation tell of holidays that led to exile and h...
    One man was stranded abroad for 21 months, while another missed his mother’s funeral When Leighton Joseph Robinson, 58, went to Jamaica for his 50th birthday, it was the first time he had been back to the Caribbean since arriving in Britain aged six. But what was supposed to be… ... more
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  • Windrush scandal: Albert Thompson still in dark about cancer...
    Londoner still has not received any appointment date for radiotherapy – or an apologyAlbert Thompson, the Londoner whose case has come to epitomise the Windrush scandal, has spoken of his anguish as he remains uncertain about whether he is to get radiotherapy for his cancer a day after he heard… ... more
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  • Westminster artist’s reputation ‘sullied by Lon...
    Conservators unearth truth about Daniel Maclise, whose status was sullied when his murals turned murkyAlmost 150 years after he died, ending his life exhausted and depressed at apparent failure, the Irish artist Daniel Maclise has been vindicated: it was London filth, not his technique, which tarnished his reputation and the… ... more
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  • Westminster artist’s reputation ‘sullied by Lon...
    Conservators unearth truth about Daniel Maclise, whose status was sullied when his murals turned murkyAlmost 150 years after his death, exhausted and depressed at his apparent failure, the Irish artist Daniel Maclise has been vindicated: it was London filth, not his technique, that tarnished his reputation and the surface of… ... more
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  • Westminster artist’s reputation ‘sullied by Lon...
    Conservators unearth truth about Daniel Maclise, whose status was sullied when his murals turned murkyAlmost 150 years after his death, exhausted and depressed at his apparent failure, the Irish artist Daniel Maclise has been vindicated: it was London filth, not his technique, that tarnished his reputation and the surface of… ... more
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  • UK interest rates rise not a foregone conclusion, says Bank
    Biggest decisions in next few years will be in response to Brexit negotiations, says CarneyExpectations that UK interest rates will rise in May could be overblown, the governor of the Bank of England has indicated.Mark Carney said that while more rate increases would be coming over the next few years,… ... more
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  • Cliff Richard privacy case: BBC reporter ‘praised for ...
    Journalist Dan Johnson says BBC had right to tell public about police search of star’s home and editors made ultimate decisionA leading BBC executive praised the reporter who broke the news of a police raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s house, the high court heard on Thursday. Fran Unsworth, who this… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture2 hours ago
  • Mumsnet reports itself to data regulator over transgender ri...
    Parenting site confirms paid intern posted IP addresses of forum users on TwitterMumsnet has reported itself to the UK data regulator after a former employee published the IP addresses of forum users in a dispute over transgender rights.The parenting site confirmed it had contacted the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and… ... more
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  • Burnley v Chelsea: Premier League – live!
    Premier League updates as Burnley entertain Chelsea, 7.45pm (BST)Chelsea hold on at Everton to maintain three-point WSL leadAnd feel free to email Paul or tweet @Paul_Doyle 7.20pm BST This is Conte’s 100th match in charge of Chelsea. How many more do you think he’ll have? It would be a real… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport3 hours ago
  • Vince Cable calls for break-up of Google, Facebook and Amazo...
    Recent scandals have changed web giants from heroes to villains, says Lib Dem leaderVince Cable has compared Google, Amazon and Facebook to the US oil monopolies that exploited their market power more than a century ago – and called for them to be broken up.In a speech in London, the… ... more
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  • Vince Cable calls for break-up of Google, Facebook and Amazo...
    Recent scandals have changed web giants from heroes to villains, says Lib Dem leaderVince Cable has compared Google, Amazon and Facebook to the US oil monopolies that exploited their market power more than a century ago – and called for them to be broken up.In a speech in London, the… ... more
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  • Northern Ireland: two die in light aircraft crash in County ...
    Small plane comes down about two miles from Belfast airportTwo people have died after a light aircraft crashed in County Antrim, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has said.The PSNI said: “Police can confirm two people have died after a light aircraft crash near Nutts Corner, Crumlin, on Thursday 19… ... more
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  • Northern Ireland: two die in light aircraft crash in County ...
    Small plane comes down about two miles from Belfast airportTwo people have died after a light aircraft crashed in County Antrim, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has said.The PSNI said: “Police can confirm two people have died after a light aircraft crash near Nutts Corner, Crumlin, on Thursday 19… ... more
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  • Northern Ireland: two die in light aircraft crash in County ...
    Small plane comes down about two miles from Belfast airportTwo people have died after a light aircraft crashed in County Antrim, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has said.The PSNI said: “Police can confirm two people have died after a light aircraft crash near Nutts Corner, Crumlin, on Thursday 19… ... more
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  • Lorna Miller on Boris Johnson’s warning about ‘g...
    The foreign secretary has criticised London mayor Sadiq Khan and called for the return of stop and search Continue reading... ... more
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  • Leaseholders of flats face £40,000 bills over Grenfell ty...
    Battersea residents told upgrade, including combustible panel replacement, will not be met by Astor management firmResidents of 80 flats managed by a company owned by David Cameron’s half brother-in-law are each facing bills of up to £40,000 because the building is clad with flammable panels similar to those used on… ... more
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  • MPs to question HMRC on refusal to aid French inquiry into t...
    Tax authority’s decision over mobile firm Lycamobile called ‘completely inappropriate’MPs are to investigate an HM Revenue and Customs decision to turn down a French request for help with a criminal inquiry into a major Conservative party donor. The Treasury select committee and the public accounts committee want to explore why… ... more
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  • MPs to question HMRC on refusal to aid French inquiry into t...
    Tax authority’s decision over mobile firm Lycamobile called ‘completely inappropriate’MPs are to investigate an HM Revenue and Customs decision to turn down a French request for help with a criminal inquiry into a major Conservative party donor. The Treasury select committee and the public accounts committee want to explore why… ... more
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  • Windrush landing cards and a lack of humanity | Letters
    Readers respond to reports on the destruction of records that would have helped many Caribbean-born residents prove that they have a right to live in the UKYour article (Home Office destroyed key data on Windrush citizens, 18 April) shows further evidence of what can go wrong institutionally in government. The… ... more
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  • Murder inquiry launched after ‘vicious attack’ o...
    Man arrested after construction worker was found fatally injured on roof in Hatton GardenA murder investigation has been launched and a man arrested after a builder was found fatally injured on the roof of a commercial building in Hatton Garden in central London. The victim, a 47-year-old man who worked… ... more
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  • Vaginal mesh surgery exposed women to ‘unacceptable ri...
    Government finally acknowledges the ‘tragedy’ inflicted on thousands of women, and agrees mesh should only have been used as an extreme measureWomen have been exposed to unacceptable risks through the use of vaginal mesh surgery, the government has acknowledged for the first time, as fresh evidence has revealed that thousands… ... more
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  • Prince: no criminal charges to be filed over musician’...
    Minneapolis prosecutor says investigation into how the musician got the fentanyl that killed him is over and that overdose was accidentalThe prosecutor in the Minnesota county where Prince died said on Thursday that no criminal charges will be filed in the musician’s death, effectively ending the state’s two-year investigation into… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Dale Winton obituary
    TV presenter who gained celebrity status with Supermarket SweepThe television gameshow Supermarket Sweep brought bright lights and music to shopping and made a star of its presenter, Dale Winton, who has died aged 62; the cause of his death was not announced. He was flamboyant, personable and sensitive, once saying:… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Market power wielded by US tech giants concerns IMF chief
    Christine Lagarde feels ‘too much concentration in hands of the few’ does not help economyThe head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has expressed concern about the market power wielded by the US technology giants and called for more competition to protect economies and individuals.Speaking at a press conference… ... more
    TheGuardian -Biz4 hours ago
  • From Kendrick’s Pulitzer to Beychella: how the mainstr...
    This week the unparalleled contributions of black performers were finally recognised by the establishment. Why has it taken so long?Did she just say … Kendrick Lamar? The satisfied little smile on Pulitzer prize administrator Dana Canedy’s face as she announced the final award of the afternoon confirmed what I thought… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Allergan hovers as Takeda fails with £44bn Shire takeover...
    Shire shares rise after Allergan said it was considering making an offer for maker of ADHD medicine Adderall Drugs company Shire is at the centre of a multi-billion-pound takeover battle after Botox-maker Allergan emerged as a rival suitor to Japan’s Takeda which is also hoping to clinch a deal.Shire, which… ... more
    TheGuardian -Biz4 hours ago
  • ‘One of the most important’ sets of Middle East...
    A three-year renovation at the Penn Museum introduces a $5m collection of nearly 1,200 objects, many of which will be on public view for the first timeThe fertile lands of Mesopotamia are rightly hailed as a “cradle of civilizationâ€�, where some of the most important human innovations originated, from agriculture… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Bradley Wood banned from football for six years for breachin...
    • Former Lincoln defender found guilty of 25 breaches of FA rules• Charges relate to bookings for Wood in team’s 2017 FA Cup runFormer Lincoln City defender Bradley Wood has been banned from football for six years after committing 25 breaches of the Football Association’s integrity and betting rules.An FA… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport4 hours ago
  • NFL 2018 schedule: Super Bowl winners Philadelphia to face J...
    Eagles will become first defending champions to play in LondonFull slate of games will be revealed on Thursday night at 8pm ETThe full 2018 NFL schedule won’t be unveiled until Thursday night, but the league has teased the reveal by confirming the times and dates for the three regular-season games… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport4 hours ago
  • Jessie J’s cultural revolution: how a Middle-Grade Po...
    Her triumph on the country’s TV talent show wasn’t all about winning or the money. It was about enabling her to show the Chinese ‘a western performer and hear music some had never heard before’Well, it was the power ballad heard around the world – by which I mean heard in… ... more
    TheGuardian4 hours ago
  • Jessie J’s cultural revolution: how a Middle-Grade Po...
    Her triumph on the country’s TV talent show wasn’t all about winning or the money. It was about enabling her to show the Chinese ‘a western performer and hear music some had never heard before’Well, it was the power ballad heard around the world – by which I mean heard in… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Mousa Dembélé – from stuttering striker to the ...
    The Tottenham midfielder – part ballerina, part tank – can be hard to characterise but then he has always been one to make unorthodox decisionsNever mind that his name is a mystery. A player who, at the age of 30, is improving to the point where one his former managers describes… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport4 hours ago
  • Broadway star opens up about missing show due to anxiety att...
    ‘Even Disney princesses are terrified sometimes,’ wrote Patti Murin to explain why she missed the 17 April show of Disney’s FrozenBroadway star Patti Murin opened up about mental health to fans in an Instagram post on Wednesday, explaining that she missed a recent show due to an anxiety attack.“I’ve learned… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture4 hours ago
  • Stephen Lawrence: timeline of key events
    Key dates in the 25 years since the black teenager was murdered in an unprovoked racist attackStephen Lawrence is stabbed to death in an unprovoked racist attack by a gang of white youths as he waits at a bus stop in Eltham, south-east London, with his friend Duwayne Brooks. Over… ... more
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  • ECB’s 100-ball plans are a gimmick likely to kill off...
    The ECB now prostrates itself at the knees of the broadcasters even if it means prostituting the gameEven the curmudgeons, a band I’m in danger of joining, admit that T20 cricket has the capacity to be the saviour of the modern game. So what do the ECB decide to do?… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport4 hours ago
  • Corrupt Met officers ‘protected family of Stephen Lawr...
    Clifford Norris, whose son David was convicted of teenager’s 1993 killing, paid network of police for information, family claimsThe father of David Norris, one of the men who murdered Stephen Lawrence, used a network of corrupt Metropolitan police officers to protect himself and his close relations from justice, according to… ... more
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  • May was not opposed to ‘go home’ vans, official ...
    Statements contradict Nick Timothy’s claim that May tried to block rollout during crackdown against illegal immigrationOfficial accounts appear to contradict claims by Theresa May’s former special adviser that she attempted to block controversial “go homeâ€� vans telling illegal immigrants to leave the country. Nick Timothy, who was May’s adviser at… ... more
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  • Queen suggests Prince Charles should be next Commonwealth he...
    Wish expressed as leaders of member states meet in London for biennial two-day summitThe Queen has expressed her desire for Prince Charles to succeed her as the leader of the Commonwealth, voicing her views the day before top government officials from the 53-nation body meet at Windsor Castle to discuss… ... more
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  • Zelda? Pokémon? Spyro? Gamestruck players tweet their def...
    Under the trending Twitter hashtag #GameStruck4, video game fans have spent the day listing the four titles that defined their love of gaming. Some are predictable, others not so muchIt’s a question video game fans often discuss: which games have defined your life? Now that question has become a trending… ... more
    TheGuardian -Tech5 hours ago
  • Tessa Jowell hailed as an inspiration during MPs’ canc...
    Former Labour minister who has brain tumour visits parliament to campaign for cancer treatmentTessa Jowell, the former Labour minister who helped bring the Olympics to London, has been praised by MPs across the parties as an inspiration. Before the debate began the Speaker, John Bercow, welcomed Jowell and her family… ... more
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  • Victory over Pret a Manger means the fight against misleadin...
    Challenging terms such as ‘natural’ is difficult, but the Real Bread Campaign’s win against the chain proves it can be doneWhen it comes to labelling, food retailers run rings around their customers, and mainly get away with it. They weave a lexicon of feelgood terms – “freshâ€�, “handmadeâ€�, “artisanâ€�, “localâ€�,… ... more
    TheGuardian -Biz5 hours ago
  • Ivan Mauger obituary
    Speedway motorcyclist who won six world championships in the 1960s and 70s, during the golden years of dirt-track racingWhen speedway’s popularity as a spectator sport was eclipsed only by football, Ivan Mauger was its greatest star. In an era when the sport, and many of its participants, were a little… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport5 hours ago
  • Michael Carrick says depression led to England exile
    • Midfielder asked FA not to be picked for international duty• ‘ I was finding it hard going away with England’Michael Carrick has revealed he asked not to be picked for England after becoming “depressedâ€� on international duty.The Manchester United midfielder won 34 caps, the last in a friendly against… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport5 hours ago
  • Labour campaign chief fears low youth turnout at local elect...
    Andrew Gwynne warns young voters who backed Labour in general election ‘not to leave these matters to over-55s’Labour’s election campaign chief has expressed fears that Jeremy Corbyn’s army of young supporters may not turn out to vote in the local elections, meaning the party might fail to live up to… ... more
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  • The Fiver | Big Sam rides again regardless of how low opinio...
    Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now!The Fiver has always felt a certain kinship with Big Sam. For starters nothing is ever our fault, not even the holes our boss punches in his desk every time a carefully-scrawled teatimely newsletter lands in his inbox for… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport5 hours ago
  • Horse dies at Cheltenham before race abandoned in sweltering...
    • Long-distance race called off on welfare grounds• Dame Rose collapsed and died after opening eventSoaring temperatures at Cheltenham on Thursday resulted in a steeplechase over three miles being abandoned on welfare grounds.On an unseasonably hot afternoon in the Cotswolds, the decision was taken to not run the three-mile-two-furlong contest,… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport5 hours ago
  • Nothing Compares 2 U: the secrets of Prince’s original...
    Who is the song about, why did Prince give it to the Family to record as an album track, and what did he really think of Sinéad O’Connor’s smash hit single? Thirty four years ago, when Paul “St Paulâ€� Peterson was the singer in the Family, a band Prince had… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture6 hours ago
  • Neil Harris: ‘Being a Millwall manager who defies the ...
    The club’s former striker has drawn on a ‘siege mentality’ and underdog spirit to mastermind a surprise challenge for a Championship play-off place‘Only once has it crossed my mind,â€� says Neil Harris with half a smile. “I was so scared I just stopped thinking about it.â€� Yet before Millwall’s biggest match… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport6 hours ago
  • WPP contacted by FCA to check if it is in breach of laws
    Watchdog moves to ascertain if there has been any insider information infringement The financial services watchdog has contacted WPP to check if it is in breach of laws relating to insider information regarding the amount of company money that Sir Martin Sorrell is alleged to have misused.The WPP board has… ... more
    TheGuardian -Biz6 hours ago
  • Kevin Durant reacts to death of Erin Popovich, wife of San A...
    Golden State Warriors player Kevin Durant, reacts to news of the death of Erin Popovich, wife of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. Durant told reporters that, 'the whole NBA family is supporting him, got his back through it all ... feel so bad for Pop and his family'Erin Popovich,… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport6 hours ago
  • Much Ado About Nothing review – Mel Giedroyc blazes t...
    Rose theatre, KingstonThe star plays Beatrice opposite John Hopkins as Benedick in a lively production set in a luxury Sicilian spa full of mafiosiThe Rose theatre marks its 10th anniversary with a lively revival of Shakespeare’s crowd-pleasing comedy starring Mel Giedroyc. But while Simon Dormandy’s production, set in a luxury… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture6 hours ago
  • FA Cup victory would not change Tottenham’s life, say...
    • Spurs preparing for semi-final against Manchester United• ‘It is not going to move the club to a different level’Mauricio Pochettino says that an FA Cup triumph this season would not change Tottenham’s life, as he looked ahead to Saturday’s semi-final against Manchester United. The manager did not waver from… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport6 hours ago
  • The Windrush generation and a hostile Home Office – P...
    Pippa Crerar is joined by Amelia Gentleman, Sonia Sodha, Colin Yeo and Sarah Teather to discuss the government’s chaotic response to reports of Carribean people who had come to the UK as children in the 1950s and 60s being denied their rights. Plus Libby Brooks reports from Holyrood on how… ... more
    TheGuardian6 hours ago
  • Max Verstappen will need to learn fast from Shanghai overtak...
    The driver’s poorly judged attempt at overtaking Sebastian Vettel in China suggests it is time for the youngster to add a more considered approach to his undoubted raw talentAt the opening of the Formula One season, Max Verstappen was as confident in his own abilities as he ever had been.… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport6 hours ago
  • Andy Carroll surrounded by toddlers – Football Weekly...
    Max and the gang look back at the week in football including Andy Carroll surrounded by toddlers, World Cup morale boosters, half-time VAR, Instagram tie-ins and journalists passing colds on to playersRate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport6 hours ago
  • Berlin’s Berghain nightclub should lose licence, says...
    Rightwing populist party distances itself from request to district office that says continuous opening hours ‘provoke’ drug useBerlin’s most famous nightclub, Berghain, should be stripped of its trading licence, according to a formal request submitted to a district office in the German capital on behalf of the rightwing populist party… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture6 hours ago
  • Every Day review – beguiling metempsychotic teen roma...
    This captivating, thoughtful fantasy is like a teenaged Groundhog Day or Spike Jonze’s Her – just go with it•Sign up for Film Today and get our film team’s highlights of the dayHere is a weirdly beguiling movie, adapted by Jesse Andrews from David Levithan’s YA novel of the same name,… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture6 hours ago
  • Which decade was best to live in? Here’s what we learn...
    The Grease rerelease might fill us with nostalgia for the 50s, but from serial killers to terrible haircuts, other eras don’t look quite so appealing•Sign up for Film Today and get our film team’s highlights of the dayYou’d live in the 1950s, wouldn’t you? You have seen Grease and Stand… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture6 hours ago
  • Sam Allardyce responds to fan survey on his abilities: â€...
    • Everton sent out survey to fans asking them to rank manager• Club chairman Bill Kenwright apologises to AllardyceSam Allardyce, the Everton manager, believes the idea to send out a survey asking for supporters to mark him and his coaching staff out of 10 was an error.Members of the club’s… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport7 hours ago
  • Amazon buys exclusive UK rights to US Open tennis tournament
    Five-year $40m deal will give 100 million Prime subscribers access to grand slam eventAmazon has struck a $40m (£30m) deal for the exclusive UK TV rights to the US Open tennis tournament, as the US firm looks to add to its 100 million Prime subscribers.Amazon, which is in talks with… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport7 hours ago
  • Liverpool’s success without Coutinho is testament to ...
    Jürgen Klopp has shown that you can improve a side while selling your best player – it’s a victory for team functionality, philosophy and identityI have heard Jürgen Klopp cite inspirations as varied as heavy metal music and Rocky Balboa so I wouldn’t be surprised if the Liverpool manager was… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport7 hours ago
  • Off Radar: how the influential radio station was silenced by...
    The platform, which aimed to promote the ‘new sound of London’, has gone off air following a claims of cultural exploitation and sexual harassmentWith a company motto of “Tune in or fuck offâ€�, online radio station Radar, founded at the end of 2014, set out to become an uncompromising platform… ... more
    TheGuardian -Culture7 hours ago
  • Today’s anti-trans rhetoric looks a lot like old-scho...
    Some argue we should be wary of trans rights, as they impinge on others. But the same charge was levelled at gay people“Now gay life has become an aggressive freemasonry, for which recruits are required to stand up and be counted. The price [homosexuality] exacts in the form of childlessness,… ... more
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  • Hammocks in the park: UK’s April sun in pictures
    From clifftop strolls to punting in Cambridge, a selection of some of the sunniest moments from the UK and Ireland Continue reading... ... more
    TheGuardian -Wales8 hours ago
  • UK drives into e-vehicle fast lane with 11% sales rise
    Electric vehicles’ share of new UK registrations rises to 2%, still falling far short of Norway’s 48%Sales of electric cars in the UK have risen 11% on last year, putting the country in the premier league of those ditching petrol and diesel engines, though it is still miles behind Norway… ... more
    TheGuardian8 hours ago
  • UK drives into e-vehicle fast lane with 11% sales rise
    Electric vehicles’ share of new UK registrations rises to 2%, still falling far short of Norway’s 48%Sales of electric cars in the UK have risen 11% on last year, putting the country in the premier league of those ditching petrol and diesel engines, though it is still miles behind Norway… ... more
    TheGuardian -Biz8 hours ago
  • England and New Zealand dispute over Brad Shields may end up...
    • New Zealand have threatened to block England picking Shields• Eddie Jones may select player for summer tour of South AfricaEngland and New Zealand will be on a collision course that may end in the courtroom should Eddie Jones seek to select Brad Shields for the summer tour of South… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport8 hours ago
  • World Cup stunning moments: Austria’s Wunderteam | Joh...
    In 1934 a revolutionary Austrian side reached the World Cup semi-finals on the back of a storming run. History beckoned. And then turned its backOn the morning of 23 January 1939 Gustav Hartmann burst through the door of a Vienna apartment in search of an old friend. He found him,… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport8 hours ago
  • Backbench MPs table motion to force vote on EU customs union
    Three Tories among signatories demanding option of customs union be kept on table after BrexitTheresa May faces a show of strength by MPs fighting to keep the UK in a customs union with the EU next week, after 10 select committee chairs tabled a motion that will force a vote… ... more
    TheGuardian8 hours ago
  • ECB unveils plans for tournament with 100-ball format and 10...
    • Format proposed for eight-team men’s and women’s competition• ECB’s chief executive says format ‘will attract new fans to the game’The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has unveiled plans for their new eight-team domestic competition to use a new format of 100 balls per side, rather than 20 overs.Under… ... more
    TheGuardian -Sport8 hours ago
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