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- Northern Ireland secretary rules out snap electionJames Brokenshire gives Sinn Féin and DUP ‘a short few weeks’ to reach a deal over power sharing after talks break downNorthern Ireland’s political parties have been given an extra few weeks to reach a deal aimed at power sharing, the secretary of state, James Brokenshire, has announced.The deadline for reaching a deal passed at 4pm on Monday with both major […]
- May says she will never allow UK to become 'looser and weaker' - Politics liveRolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenKeir Starmer’s Brexit speech - Summary and analysisNo 10 lobby briefing - SummaryLabour’s six Brexit tests - AnalysisUkip’s six Brexit tests - Analysis 4.54pm BST Sky’s James Matthews has this on why Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon were meeting in an unassuming hotel room. (See 3.53pm.)Theres […]
- David Storey, author of This Sporting Life, dies at 83Tributes are paid to the playwright and Booker prize-winning novelist celebrated for his collaborations with Lindsay AndersonDavid Storey, the British playwright, screenwriter and Booker prize-winning novelist, has died at the age of 83.Storey was best known for his visceral debut novel, This Sporting Life (1960), which was based on his experiences as a prof […]
- Families of Westminster attack victims found out fate through pictures onlineRelatives of Melissa and Kurt Cochran did not know they were caught up in the attack until they saw their photos onlineThe families of Kurt Cochran, who was killed in the Westminster terror attack, and his wife Melissa, who was badly injured, found out they had been hurt when they recognised them in photographs posted online.The couple, from Utah, were sight […]
- Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed after protestsMoscow court hands down 15-day prison sentence and a fine to Navalny, who was arrested at anti-government rallyRussian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been fined and sentenced to 15 days in prison, a day after some of the biggest anti-government protests in years swept the country.Navalny was jailed and given a 20,000-rouble (£280) fine by a Moscow cour […]
- Ukip: Britain should be able to send back 'beggars or criminals' from EUParty’s Brexit spokesman backs prime minister’s decision not to give guarantees without reciprocal deals from EU countriesThe UK should have the right not to let EU citizens stay if they “do not work, never pay taxes or are beggars or criminals”, a senior Ukip spokesman has said.Gerard Batten, an MEP with responsibility for Ukip’s Brexit policy, suggested on […]
- High fibre diet 'could prevent type 1 diabetes'Animal trials hint that short-chain fatty acids produced by a fibre-rich diet could protect against early-onset diabetes Scientists have raised hope for the prevention of early-onset diabetes in children after a fibre-rich diet was found to protect animals from the disease.More than 20 million people worldwide are affected by juvenile, or type 1, diabetes, w […]
- Tensions flare as Greece tells Turkey it is ready to answer any provocationWar of words between neighbours prompts defence experts to express fears of accident in region spiralling out of controlFears of tensions mounting in the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean Seas reignited after the Turkish president raised the prospect of a referendum on accession talks with the EU and the Greek defence minister said the country was ready for a […]
- Fruit foraging in primates may be key to large brain evolutionFindings support view that big brains have evolved from diet rather than long-held theory it is due to social interaction Foraging for fruit may have driven the evolution of large brains in primates, according to research attempting to unpick the mystery of our cerebral heftiness.The finding appears to be a blow to a long-held theory that humans and other pr […]
- BrewDog backs down over Lone Wolf pub trademark disputeBrewer withdraws action after Guardian report sparks backlash accusing firm of being ‘multinational corporate machine’BrewDog, the self-described “punk” beer company, has backed down in a row over the name of a family-run pub, blaming “trigger-happy” lawyers for the legal action. Related: BrewDog accused of hypocrisy after forcing pub to change name Continue […]
- Talking about your miscarriage doesn’t make you ‘privileged’After the writer Ariel Levy wrote about losing her baby, she was attacked for her ‘entitlement’ – but you don’t need to be hurting more than everyone in the world to say you’re sufferingWhy are women so mean to each other?David, by email Continue reading...
- Why have I been arrested? Maybe you killed Kennedy, the Russian officer saidI was detained by riot police while covering a demonstration in Moscow. The treatment of peaceful protesters was shockingI raised my phone to take a photo as riot police suddenly began detaining protesters, but before I could get the picture a pair of thick arms grabbed me. A trooper in a black helmet and flak jacket was barrelling me toward a police van.“I’ […]
- Brexit: everything you need to know about how the UK will leave the EUArticle 50 will finally be triggered this week, more than nine months after the historic Brexit vote. What happens now? Just over nine months after the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union the government will this week start the formal proceedings for leaving the bloc by triggering article 50. Continue reading...
- Should we blame Islam for terrorism? | David ShariatmadariIt’s a question even liberals can find themselves asking after attacks such as the one in Westminster. But the answer can’t be yes – and here’s whySince the Westminster attacks, many people seem to have been getting stuck on the following question, as they do after most acts of jihadi violence: “Is there something special about Islam? Something that lends it […]
- When good TV goes bad: how Buffy the Vampire Slayer started to suckBanter, wit, action, feminism, pop-culture quips and warmth – the Sunnydale Slayer saga had it all. Then, all of a sudden, its blood curdledTo be clear: Joss Whedon’s 90s supernatural fantasy Buffy the Vampire Slayer was everything. Funny, moving, acute, operatic, intellectual, accessible, crammed with classical and pop-cultural references, innovative in for […]
- From Kasper Dolberg to Naby Keïta – who are the most in-demand players for the summer?It is not yet April but, with clubs already working hard on securing their main transfer targets for the summer, we look at some of the players who are likely to move when the window opensAjax’s production line of Danish talent shows no sign of abating, with Dolberg looking like being the latest to follow in the footsteps of such luminaries as Jesper Olsen, […]
- Gregor Townsend: ‘If we were to win at Saracens it would be the biggest result in our history’He will take over at Scotland in the summer but for now the Warriors’ head coach is only focusing on knocking out the European champions on Sunday“I was hugely shocked,” Gregor Townsend says as he remembers how, 20 years ago, Glasgow faced Leicester in a play-off to decide which club reached the quarter-finals of the old European Cup. Townsend was a gifted p […]
- F1 Australian Grand Prix: five things we learned in Melbourne | Giles RichardsPassing at Albert Park is always difficult but Lewis Hamilton reiterated the new rules make overtaking harder; Red Bull lack balance; and Williams are still top stoppers Related: Lewis Hamilton: 2017 rules made battle with Sebastian Vettel ‘harder than ever’ Continue reading...
- India close to Border-Gavaskar Trophy victory after Australia collapseIndia 19-0 at stumps on day three, requiring 87 more runs for series winAustralia bowled out for 137 and close to losing four-Test series 2-1Australia will almost certainly hand the Border-Gavaskar trophy back to India on day four of the Test series decider, with the hosts 19-0 after being set a target of just 106 runs in Dharamsala. The top-ranked Test side […]
- Séamus Coleman remains ‘pretty down’ about leg break, says Martin O’Neill• Republic of Ireland captain remains in hospital in Dublin• O’Neill: ‘I think he’s just beginning to come to terms with it’Martin O’Neill believes Séamus Coleman is already looking to the future following his double leg fracture but remains “pretty down” as he comes to terms with the length of his injury lay-off.The Republic of Ireland captain remains in ho […]