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 2021-05-17 07:59 

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Daughter of jailed truck driver Mohinder Singh told him he would kill someone if he drove, court told...

'The way he was acting scared me,' Harpreet Bajwa, 21, tells court of the day her father hit and killed four police officers...

 2021-05-17 07:56 

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England ban on indoor gatherings may need to be reimposed, warns expert...

Sage member suggests latest Covid lockdown easing may be reversed if hospital admissions rise...

 2021-05-17 07:56 

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Menulog pushes ahead with plans for drivers to become employees under new award...

The food-delivery business says the move to make its drivers employees, rather than contractors, will probably cost more but 'it's the right decision'...

 2021-05-17 07:22 

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Bitcoin lowest since February as Musk tweets trigger whipsaw trading business live...

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news...

 2021-05-17 07:00 

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FA Cup final and Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend...

Our writers look at Leicester's Wembley success, Dele Alli's revival and Jack Harrison's future at Leeds...

 2021-05-17 07:00 

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Great British Farce if parkrun does not return but clubs and casinos do...

Bureaucracy may prevent one of the nation's greatest public health initiatives from resuming after the end of lockdown...

 2021-05-17 07:00 

The Guardian

Fresh peas, asparagus, wild garlic Nigel Slater's revitalising spring recipes...

Broad beans with new potatoes, and cucumber, chickpea and prawns spring recipes to encourage the green shoots of recovery...

 2021-05-17 06:55 

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Secrecy challenge by Witness K lawyer Bernard Collaery will itself be held in secret...

ACT court closes hearing of appeal by lawyer representing whistleblower due to requirements of National Security Information Act...

 2021-05-17 06:46 

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What do you even say to young people about climate change?...

I'M SO SORRY ABOUT HOW YOUR FUTURES HAVE TURNED TO DUST! I TRIED TO STOP IT!...

 2021-05-17 06:30 

The Guardian

Dogs and humans live among the gravestones in Pasay cemetery, Philippines a photo essay...

In a project for the Lady Freethinker NGO, photographer Aaron 'Bertie' Gekoski has teamed up with Ashley Fruno, founder of Pasay Pups, to document the impact of poverty and the Covid-19 pandemic on people and pets living in public cemeteries in Pa...

 2021-05-17 06:19 

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Rape victims in England and Wales to give video evidence to boost convictions...

Plan for survivors to pre-record evidence to spare them trauma of appearing in person in court...

 2021-05-17 06:16 

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'Their stories need to be told': the true story behind The Underground Railroad...

Barry Jenkins' acclaimed 10-part adaptation of Colson Whitehead's novel shines much-needed light on a history that many still don't know...

 2021-05-17 06:15 

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'On bad days, we don't eat': Hunger grows for thousands displaced by conflict in Chad...

As war forces more to flee, humanitarian organisations facing funding shortfalls and increasing demand are unable to keep pace...

 2021-05-17 06:06 

The Guardian

Hear me out: why Dirty Grandpa isn't a bad movie...

Continuing our series of writers defending films loathed by most is a plea to reconsider Robert De Niro's smutty comedy...

 2021-05-17 06:05 

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Returned IPL stars available for Australia's tour of West Indies...

Australia's quarantining Indian Premier League players will be made available for the white ball tour of the Caribbean...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

Can you solve it? Are you smart enough to opt out of cookies?...

Puzzles about internet deviousness...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

Paint Your Town Red by Matthew Brown and Rhian E Jones review how Preston took back control...

This account of the 'Preston model' fails to address to what degree it works...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

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Shadow and Bone author Leigh Bardugo: 'People sneer at the things women and girls love'...

The author of the hit YA fantasy talks about Netflix stardom, making her novels more diverse and why she had to give up a close relationship with her fans...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

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'Raising a child without a village is doable but lonely': readers on the highs and lows of having a lockdown baby...

Bringing a baby into the world can be tough at the best of times, and the pandemic has been far from that. Readers reflect on the pain and joy of new parenthood...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

Sharks use Earth's magnetic field as 'GPS' guidance system, study says...

Florida scientists use juvenile bonnetheads for research and say findings applicable to other ocean-going sharks...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

I bought my home with a help-to-buy loan. Is it worth paying it back early?...

I could redeem the equity loan about 43,000 but wonder whether to invest cash elsewhere...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

Starmer's pitiful pitch to England's north-east is a recipe for more disasters...

The defeat in Hartlepool suggests Labour has simply revived the 'pints and flags' tactics that failed in the Miliband years, says Newcastle University lecturer Alex Niven...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

The Guardian

British Gas has a new approach to HomeCare repairs do it yourself...

I was asked to organise any work needed myself, but then it charged a call-out/excess fee...

 2021-05-17 06:00 

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'MPs must take back control of lawmaking,' says human rights barrister...

Adam Wagner, an expert on Covid rules, believes ministers have assumed far too much say over our lives...

 2021-05-17 05:40 

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Australia's first fully renewable 'hydrogen valley' slated for NSW coal heartland...

Consortium plans to produce green hydrogen with wind and solar energy as a potential replacement for Hunter Valley's coal industry...

 2021-05-17 05:30 

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John Hooper, my predecessor as Rome correspondent and my guide...

Hooper reported at a time of cuttings libraries and copytakers but Italy's story of instability and migrants dying in the Med is little changed...

 2021-05-17 05:30 

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'I am desperate to bring people in again': small museums in England on reopening...

As indoor attractions welcome visitors back, four museums tells us how they'll showcase new exhibitions after a particularly tough year...

 2021-05-17 05:27 

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Monday briefing: back to normality ... for now...

Safety warnings as pubs, cinemas and restaurants fully reopen ... Gaza rocked by fresh Israeli airstrikes ... average house prices pass 333,564...

 2021-05-17 05:13 

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Christian Porter lawyers accuse ABC of dragging its feet over defamation trial date...

Tense week of negotiations after bid to stop Sue Chrysanthou from appearing for former attorney general in case against broadcaster...

 2021-05-17 05:05 

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Coronavirus live news: parts of UK ease lockdown despite India variant fears; 4 out of 5 in Japan oppose Olympics...

UK health experts warn people to ignore lockdown easing; India reports 281,386 cases and 4,106 deaths; ten weeks out, more than 80% of Japanese oppose holding Olympics...

 2021-05-17 05:03 

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Scott Morrison rejects calls for quicker Australia border reopening, citing 'cautious approach'...

Prime minister says border changes to occur on 'sliding scale' amid pressure from Liberal MPs to reopen before mid-2022...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

'Catastrophic': Sierra Leone sells rainforest for Chinese fish plant...

Controversial deal with China would be disastrous for fishing and protected rainforest, say opponents...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

Mel B on domestic abuse, trauma and recovery: 'In my mind there was no way out'...

Four years after escaping her marriage, the former Spice Girl talks about confidence, family and why the pandemic has led to a rise in abusive relationships...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

Country diary 1971: old racecourse now a bracken-clad common...

17 May 1971 From the broad ridge the fertile Shropshire plain spreads out to the south and the hills of Wales to the north and west...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

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RHS ready to cultivate new audience with huge Salford garden...

Bridgewater, billed as 'Europe's biggest gardening project', is to finally open after Covid delays...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

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Want to try Jane Austen's favourite cheese toastie? Now you can...

The 'household book' of Martha Lloyd, who lived with the Austens, contains recipes giving an authentic flavour of the writer's life...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

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Starwatch: Corvus, Crater and Hydra tangled in ancient tale of figs and lies...

Faint constellations representing crow, cup and serpent feature in classical Greek and Roman myth...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

The Great British Art Tour quiz: a 17th-century selfie, a scallop and a small dog...

As museums and galleries finally reopen, our Great British Art Tour comes to an end with a quiz to celebrate some of our favourite discoveries from the series. Have you been paying attention?...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

TV tonight: supernatural thriller The Nevers lands at last...

Women develop mysterious powers in Victorian London in the long-awaited show. Plus, Welsh drama The Pact explores sinister goings-on at a brewery. Here's what to watch tonight...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

UK plastics sent for recycling in Turkey dumped and burned, Greenpeace finds...

Investigation reveals that 'plastic waste coming from the UK to Turkey is an environmental threat, not an economic opportunity'...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

Back with a bang: UK theatre bets on bold reopening...

Theatregoers want to 'get underneath the skin' of societal issues, says National Theatre's Clint Dyer...

 2021-05-17 05:00 

The Guardian

Photographers rewrite list of 'big five' animals to shoot...

Project turns trophy hunters' hit list into a conservation tool and reveals the animals we most want to see caught on camera...

 2021-05-17 04:30 

The Guardian

Country diary: why do birdwatchers prize the ring ouzel so much?...

Wolf Edge, Staffordshire: This blackbird in disguise is scarce and getting scarcer but that doesn't fully explain its addictive appeal...

 2021-05-17 04:00 

The Guardian

Yanomami beset by violent land-grabs, hunger and disease in Brazil...

Indigenous people in the grip of a humanitarian crisis as Bolsonaro gives encouragement to wildcat miners with designs on their rainforest territory...

 2021-05-17 04:00 

The Guardian

'Everybody is angry': Modi under fire over India's Covid second wave...

From an approval rating of 80% earlier in the year, now tough questions are being asked of PM's leadership...

 2021-05-17 03:43 

The Guardian

Call for urgent review of Queensland family violence police procedures after attempted murder charges laid...

A Queensland legal service wants an immediate review into the state's bail laws and police procedures in family violence cases, after a man who allegedly assaulted two women on Saturday later then allegedly attempted to murder them...

 2021-05-17 03:43 

The Guardian

'Happy hours ... for now': what the papers say about Britain emerging from lockdown...

Front pages celebrate easing of restrictions but they all deliver a health warning as cases of the new variant spread...

 2021-05-17 03:33 

The Guardian

'Abject failure': only 834 out of 23,000 Australian disability care residents vaccinated...

Royal commission hears a mere 127 residents nationwide have had two jabs of Covid vaccine despite being in 1a phase of the rollout...

 2021-05-17 03:04 

The Guardian

Tokyo Olympics: more than 80% of Japanese oppose hosting Games poll...

Japan expanded a coronavirus state of emergency on Friday as the nation battles a fourth wave of Covid infections...

 2021-05-17 02:43 

The Guardian

My daughter was one of thousands of Australians let down by inadequate UTI testing...

Half of all adult women will experience at least one UTI in their lifetime, yet it remains misdiagnosed, mismanaged and under-researched...

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