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- County cricket – live!All the action with Lizzy Ammon at Hove for Sussex v Warwickshire and Graham Hardcastle at Taunton for Somerset v Yorkshire 12.00pm BST Graham Hardcastle writes from TauntonSomerset are now 50 behind at 378-6 having lost two wickets this morning, one to Liam Plunkett and one to Steve Patterson. Plunkett bowled Alfonso Thomas four balls into the day and Patte […]
- Euro and Greek bonds hit by bailout fears -- live updatesAll the latest economic and financial news, as talks between Greece and her creditors resume in Brussels with just days to go until IMF repayments are due Introduction: Greek officials to meet lenders againEuro hits one-month lowGreek bond weaken after Varoufakis blames creditorsSpanish bonds drop after regional election 11.55am BST Heads-up: Greek finance m […]
- Chuka Umunna backs Liz Kendall for Labour leadershipIn a statement with other supporters, the shadow business secretary says that Kendall has been ‘courageous in challenging conventional wisdom’Chuka Umunna, the shadow business secretary, has endorsed Liz Kendall for the Labour party leadership in a move that will bolster her chances of getting on to the ballot and even winning the contest.There had been spec […]
- A day with Angelica Cheung, editor-in-chief of Vogue China – in picturesWhen Angelica Cheung became the first editor of Vogue China 10 years ago, critics said the country had neither the money nor taste to make Vogue successful. By the time her bumper first issue went to its third reprint, they had been silenced by her vision of a magazine made to international standards for Chinese tastes. She did not just want to bring high fa […]
- Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian goes on trial in Iran for spyingTehran correspondent faces charges including espionage and other serious offences in hearing behind closed doorsJason Rezaian, the Washington Post reporter imprisoned in Iran for nearly 10 months, is standing trial behind closed doors in Tehran on charges of espionage and at least three other major crimes.The Iranian-American appeared before a revolutionary […]
- Tesco reducing the sugar in its cola is a good start – but we need a national shiftThe retailer is leading the way on introducing positive health impacts that consumers will barely notice but businesses can’t be left in charge of our dietsThe announcement by Tesco that it will cut the sugar content of its own-label soft drinks by 5% a year was rightly national news. Here was the purveyor of nigh on a third of the nation’s food openly promi […]
- Hey, McFly! Canadian sets new hoverboard distance recordCatalin Alexandru Duru recognised for 275.9m flight over a lake on craft that is more Green Goblin glider than Back to the Future II skateboard A Canadian inventor has set a new world record for hoverboard flight distance, hovering 5m over water for 276m.Catalin Alexandru Duru flew over Lake Ouareau in Quebec, Canada, reaching 275.9m before the batteries ran […]
- Madame Tussauds ages David Cameron in updated waxwork – videoThe British prime minister is getting an image update from Madame Tussauds, London, following his re-election. The team in charge of the Cameron waxwork figure says it wanted to keep the likeness as accurate as possible by adding a few extra lines on his face and some grey hairs Continue reading...
- Chechen leader to star in two films – one Hollywood, one human rights exposéRamzan Kadyrov announces role in action thriller on Instagram – as foundation releases documentary portraying him as corrupt dictator. The Moscow Times reportsChechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov is starring in two films – one a Hollywood thriller featuring the camouflage-clad hero firing a machine gun into the sky and the other a sombre documentary accusing him of […]
- Dad bod and dadcore: how to spot the zeitgeist looksIt’s simple: men who don’t have a body like Channing Tatum, and who don’t dress like Kanye WestWhat’s the zeitgeisty look of 2015? Lifestyle magazines, in the newsagent Continue reading...
- What's it like to be hated by the Russian internet?As online space becomes increasingly toxic, Afisha talks to four prominent figures about managing torrents of personal abuse Facing death threats and streams of abusive messages, some Russians are becoming increasingly targeted by rising levels of online vitriol.Trolling and internet abuse is a global problem, but each of these stories reveals how for some p […]
- Global warming could spread US ragweed to UK, causing misery for hayfever sufferersClimate change could help the invasive weed from north America, that triggers severe allergic reactions, become common across the UK by 2050, experts have warnedClimate change could help a notorious invasive weed known to trigger severe allergy attacks gain a foothold in the UK, experts have warned.Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) is native to North America […]
- Cameron’s bid for special treatment in Europe is a phenomenal gambleGermany and France talking up eurozone convergence plays to Britain’s Eurosceptics. Few of Cameron’s fellow European leaders would dare take this riskDavid Cameron is about to hurl his irresistible election mandate at the immoveable object of France and Germany, and their desire for ever closer union. He is to clear his diary for a month-long campaign to ave […]
- David Squires on … Louis van Gaal and the end of the seasonIn the final cartoon from his series this season, David Squires finds the Manchester United manager heading for the stage … Continue reading...
- Mexico and US lashed by storms, leaving at least 17 deadTexas and Oklahoma hit hard by tornado and flash floods, with thousands of Texans forced from their homesAt least 17 people have died in Mexico and the US after extreme weather lashed regions along the border over the weekend and into Monday.A tornado that struck Ciudad Acuña on the Mexican side of the border killed 13 as it destroyed homes and flung cars ag […]
- Japan braces for severe butter shortageGovernment prepares for emergency imports as demand for butter is expected to outstrip supply by more than 7,000 tonnesJapan is bracing for a severe butter shortage that threatens cake making across the country, echoing last year’s dairy disaster that left supermarket shelves empty.The Japan Dairy Association is warning that demand for butter will outstrip s […]
- Johnny Depp could face 10 years in prison for taking his dogs to AustraliaThe Oscar-nominated actor has been threatened with a lengthy sentence after failing to declare his pets when flying to the countryAfter illegally bringing his two dogs to Australia, Johnny Depp could face up to 10 years behind bars.The actor, who is currently filming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, landed himself in trouble earlier this mon […]
- Eight ads that shatter tired gender stereotypesAs the Cannes Lions festival creates a new award to recognise advertising that challenges gender norms, we look at some of the best past examplesGlass is a wonderful thing. Windows, vases, spectacles, marbles. Such a shame about that whole glass-ceiling thing, isn’t it? Really tarnishes the whole image of glass. At least the Cannes Lions festival has managed […]
- Sir Malcolm Bruce: Commons would empty very fast if lying MPs had to quitFormer MP insists lying is widespread as he attempts to defend Alistair Carmichael’s conduct in relation to leaked Nicola Sturgeon memoSir Malcolm Bruce, the former deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, said lying in public remained widespread as he sought to defend his embattled colleague Alistair Carmichael.The sole Lib Dem MP in Scotland is under pressu […]
- Everything we own: Chinese families with all their possessions – in picturesPhotographer Ma Hongjie has spent 11 years documenting families in various parts of China for his upcoming book The Family Belongings of Chinese People Continue reading...