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Lymeswold cheese: a warning from history

15 hours ago   |   The Guardian

As Brexit looms, the 1980s saga of Britain's enthusiasm for processed cheese seems oddly prescient One unnerving thing about growing older is that there comes a day when you...
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Facing life with dementia and discovering a positive path

18 hours ago   |   The Guardian

I thought dementia was all about losing myself, but I have found sides to me I never knew I had It was at work where I noticed my first symptoms. I was a non-clinical team...
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Louise Doughty on Melton Mowbray: ‘My grandparents' gazes met across a pie'

21 hours ago   |   The Guardian

The author recalls how the pork pie shaped her family and memories of reading the Narnia books in her den It's a good job I like pork pies as I wouldn't exist without them. My...
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History makers: the origins of Japan's 150-year love affair with rugby

22 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Japan has been enjoying rugby long before the World Cup arrives on its shores but its history is blurred by urban myths On 31 March 2016, an urgent call went out from the...
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'I don't know how we come back from this': Australia's big dry sucks life from once-proud towns

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Guardian Australia reports from three communities hard hit by one of the worst droughts in living memory Australia is experiencing one of its most severe droughts on record...
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Sofie Hagen: The Bumswing review - a tricksy trip into a slippery comic mind

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Soho theatre, London The standup riffs on the oddness of memory in a show that takes in Danish queens, Welsh sex breaks and a late gutpunch Sofie Hagen's last three shows...
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Let's move to Lancaster, Lancashire: it's grander than you might think

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

A slightly forgotten city of excellent pubs, doughty inhabitants and beautiful buildings What's going for it? Grander than you might think, Lancaster, if you think about it at...
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Robert Mugabe WILL be buried at Zimbabwe heroes' memorial after row

Robert Mugabe WILL be buried at Zimbabwe heroes' memorial after row

1 day ago   |   Daily Mail

Leo Mugabe, the ex-President's nephew and family spokesman, said he will be buried at National Heroes Acre monument in Harare, despite widow Grace's insistence he be buried at...
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Vandals spray a giant swastika and graffiti on to memorials at British WWII graveyard

Vandals spray a giant swastika and graffiti on to memorials at British WWII graveyard

1 day ago   |   Daily Mail

Dutch police are investigating after the racist graffiti was found in the British World War II Commonwealth Graves cemetery in Mierlo, Netherlands.
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The King of Hell's Palace review - eye-opening look at horrifying corruption in China

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Hampstead theatre, London Celeste Den portrays a real-life hero who exposed how local officials were spreading HIV ‘You are an enemy of the people,” a character remarks in...
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A former classmate of Brett Kavanaugh reportedly tipped off the FBI and...

A former classmate of Brett Kavanaugh reportedly tipped off the FBI and senators to another allegation of sexual misconduct

A former classmate of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tried to tip off US senators and the FBI last year to another sexual misconduct allegation, The New York Times... Read more ...

Police charge Manchester City fan, 58, with racially abusing Raheem Sterling

Police charge Manchester City fan, 58, with racially abusing Raheem Sterling

Ian Baldry, who claims to be a 'massive MCFC fan', has been charged with racially aggravated disorder after he allegedly swore at the footballer during a match in Manchester... Read more ...

The smoke from the fires caused by drone attacks on two Saudi oil facilities...

The smoke from the fires caused by drone attacks on two Saudi oil facilities could be seen from space

Two major Saudi oil refineries were attacked by a 10-drone strike claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebel group . The smoke from the fires caused by the strikes can be seen in a... Read more ...

David Cameron claims Boris Johnson 'didn't believe' in Brexit

David Cameron claims Boris Johnson 'didn't believe' in Brexit

The Conservative former prime minister said Mr Johnson privately claimed there could be a 'fresh renegotiation, followed by a second referendum' - which he now says he opposes. Read more ...

Javi Gracia was sacked by Watford during chance meeting with Arsenal boss...

Javi Gracia was sacked by Watford during chance meeting with Arsenal boss Unai Emery

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Donald Trump confirms Osama Bin Laden's son Hamza was killed in a US...

Donald Trump confirms Osama Bin Laden's son Hamza was killed in a US counter-terrorism operation

Hamza bin Laden, the son of former Al Qaeda leader and 9/11 mastermind Osama, was killed in a counter-terrorism operation, the White House said. It is unclear when he was killed. Read more ...

New sexual misconduct allegation is leveled against Supreme Court Justice...

New sexual misconduct allegation is leveled against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh 

One of Brett Kavanaugh's male classmates at Yale has alleged the Supreme Court Justice made unwanted sexual contact with another female student while at the school. Read more ...

Duchess of Sussex's nephew Tyler Dooley uses her name to build drug empire

Duchess of Sussex's nephew Tyler Dooley uses her name to build drug empire

Cannabis farmer Tyler Dooley launched his business last year with a potent variety named 'Markle Sparkle'. He has a sprawling new 1,000-acre ranch in Oregon where he grows... Read more ...

Former Conservative minister Sam Gyimah joins the Liberal Democrats

Former Conservative minister Sam Gyimah joins the Liberal Democrats

Ex-Conservative Sam Gyimah becomes the Liberal Democrats' 18th member of Parliament. Gyimah was unveiled as a Lib Dem MP at the party's conference in Bournemouth on... Read more ...

Boris Johnson says Britain will break free of its 'manacles' from the EU...

Boris Johnson says Britain will break free of its 'manacles' from the EU like the Incredible Hulk

The Prime Minister says that if negotiations break down, he will ignore the Commons vote ordering him to delay the UK's departure, adding: 'The madder Hulk gets, the stronger... Read more ...