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Brexit: PM to urge parliament not to 'break faith with the people'

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Theresa May’s statement aims to stifle growing demands for second referendum Theresa May will urge MPs on Monday not to “break faith with the British ...

Workers get new rights in overhaul but zero-hours contracts remain

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Measures include protections for agency workers and heavier fines for malicious employees The government has introduced what it claims to be the bigge...

Giuliani: Trump interview with Mueller would happen 'over my dead body'

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Trump’s personal lawyer says he fears investigators would try to trap the president into lyingDonald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, on Sunday...

Guardian most trusted newspaper in Britain, says industry report

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News outlet reaches more than 23m UK adults every month, helped by free websiteThe Guardian is the most trusted newspaper in Britain as well as being ...

Manchester moor fires exposed people to ‘shocking’ levels of harmful air

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Legal limit for daily exposure to damaging particulate matter was breached five timesMillions of people were exposed to “shocking” levels of harmful a...

Colin Kroll, HQ Trivia and Vine app co-founder, dies in New York aged 34

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Police find technology entrepreneur unconscious on his bed in Manhattan apartmentColin Kroll, a technology executive who co-founded the HQ Trivia app,...

Private consultants paid at least £26m in NHS shake-up

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BMA calls it ‘unacceptable’ to see so much money ‘flowing away from patient care’Private consultants have been paid at least £26m as part of the reorg...

Many pupils in England hungry and badly clothed, say teachers

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Union says schools overwhelmed by funding cuts and increasing child povertyTeachers have warned that growing levels of poverty across England are havi...

Canadian officials visit second citizen detained in China

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Ambassador meets Michael Spavor who was arrested last week; he and Michael Kovrig were held following Huawei boss’s arrest in Canada Canada’s ambassad...

Anti-migrant protesters clash with police in Brussels

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About 5,500 people attend rally organised by Belgian far-right party Vlaams BelangAt least 90 people have been arrested after anti-migration protester...

Is the net closing in on Donald Trump? – podcast

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The investigation into Donald Trump’s election campaign has resulted in guilty pleas from some of the president’s former inner circle. The Guardian’s ...

Theresa May: a crisis of confidence

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After a frenzied day of infighting among Conservative MPs, Theresa May remains prime minister, having survived a vote of confidence in her leadership....

Stansted 15: the conviction of peaceful protesters

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The conviction of protesters who locked themselves around a deportation flight at Stansted airport has been called a ‘crushing blow for human rights’....

A day of Brexit chaos

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Anushka Asthana joins her colleagues in Westminster on a chaotic and extraordinary day in British politics as Theresa May attempted to build support f...

Our lock-and-leave culture: the rise of self-storage and clinging to stuff we hardly use

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Moving, downsizing, long-term renovations, deceased estates and divorce are all factors in the relentlessly increasing demand for off-site storageAbou...

Geraint Thomas wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year award

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Welshman became only third Briton to win the Tour de FranceEngland women’s netball team win greatest sporting moment The Tour de France champion Gerai...

'We can move forward now': UN climate talks take significant step

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Delegates agree ‘rulebook’ for Paris goals, but key questions have been ignored or put offThey lacked the drama, excitement and eventual breakthrough ...

Swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon is this year's Apprentice

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The 26-year-old will get a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar after winning BBC seriesSwimwear fashion brand owner Sian Gabbidon has won this year’s ...

Attack on refugee family highlights rising hate crime in Bolton

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Town has taken a high number of asylum seekers and refugees, and hate crime complaints are risingHigh on a hill above Bolton on a sunny Sunday in June...

Guardian and Observer telethon raises £40k in a single Saturday

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Appeal for Windrush migrant charities reaches nearly £300k in just over a weekThe Guardian and Observer 2018 appeal telethon in support of Windrush mi...

Stacey Dooley: tenacious film-maker turned Strictly champion

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Dooley was widely admired for her hard-hitting documentaries before anyone knew she could dance It has been more than a decade since Stacey Dooley was...

'What if they arrest me?': the legal teams saving people from unfair deportation

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Hundreds have benefited from a free legal service – but caseworkers are having to turn down clients as demand surges• Please donate to our appeal here...

A people’s vote on Brexit was a distant hope. Last week changed that | Matthew d’Ancona

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Tories inside cabinet have been forced into considering a second vote. But that doesn’t mean the threat of no deal is goneIn the generally dismal year...

At last, divestment is hitting the fossil fuel industry where it hurts | Bill McKibben

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Trillions of dollars of investments are being taken out of carbon-intensive companies. Governments must now take noticeI remember well the first insti...

The Guardian view on COP24: while climate talks continue, there is hope | Editorial

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The agreement struck in Poland is not strong enough, but the UN process is all we haveThe first thing to say about the compromise struck at climate ta...

The new Pankhurst statue makes me proud of the unsung Manchester I grew up in | Anita Sethi

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Shining a light on feminist history has shown me the M16 postcode is not only about footballI grew up in the M16 postcode of Manchester, which crisscr...

The Guardian view on homelessness: the right to a roof | Editorial

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There is no quick fix for a crisis caused by cuts and a failed market, but that doesn’t mean we can’t help peopleChristmas traditionally sees an upsur...

With football this dire you have to wonder if José Mourinho is enjoying it | Barney Ronay

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Romelu Lukaku is another clearly struggling under the regime at Manchester United, with no sign of improvement in sightWith 10 minutes left at Anfield...

Australia v India: second Test, day four – live!

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Updates from the fourth day of play at Perth StadiumAny thoughts? Email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport 2.05am GMT Alright, let’s do this. Might as well put...

New-look Spoty hits the right note with Baddiel, Skinner and Three Lions | Barry Glendenning

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The organisers tweaked the format and a lively evening of music and razzmatazz ensued, with a little space left for sportWho knew netball was so popul...

Edinburgh have firm grip on Pool Five after victory at Newcastle

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• Newcastle 8-21 Edinburgh• Edinburgh complete double over FalconsMuch has rightly been made of Newcastle’s rise under Dean Richards but this match un...

Canelo Álvarez builds brand with simple demolition of Rocky Fielding

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The all-conquering Mexican’s latest win felt more like a promotional parade than a genuine world title showdownFor years Canelo Álvarez was hailed as ...

Peter Wright out of World Darts Championship in surprise defeat

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• World No 3 beaten 3-1 by Spaniard Toni Alcinas• Darius Labanauskas to face Raymond van BarneveldThe world No 3, Peter Wright, was knocked out of the...

Guardian and Observer appeal 2018: our chosen charities

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The work we are supporting defends individuals in the UK’s ‘hostile environment’Please donate to our appeal hereThe 2018 Guardian and Observer appeal ...

Felicity Cloake and Rachel Roddy’s Christmas desserts - video

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The Guardian Feast cooks share tips for making a perfect yule log and prosecco jelly Continue reading...

Can women save Sumo? The crossroads facing Japan's national sport – video

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The ancient Japanese ritual of Sumo is in crisis. Only last week, a Mongolian wrestler was forced to retire after assaulting a teammate – but that's j...

From the Tavern to the Palace: the decade since darts went large – video

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It’s now more than a decade since the PDC world championship moved from the Circus Tavern in Purfleet to London’s Alexandra Palace and the game of dar...

Yotam Ottolenghi’s Christmas dinner with Grace Dent - video

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The star cook serves up a showstopper celebration meal: slow-roast Szechuan pepper lamb with aubergine, plus potato gratin with coconut, chilli and li...

​A day with Mr Stop Brexit: crashing TV interviews and fighting Ukip – video

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Best known for interrupting news broadcasts and shouting: 'Stop Brexit', Steve Bray has become parliament's most persistent protester since the EU ref...

Skip Day - high school friendship and everyday racism in Florida

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Intimate glimpses of one very special day in the lives of high-school seniors from an industrial corner of the Florida Everglades: prom’s over, the fu...

Lloyd Russell-Moyle tells Owen Jones: 'I came out as HIV positive to break down stigma' – video

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Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle came out as HIV positive in a speech in the House of Commons. He tells the Guardian’s Owen Jones his diagnosis initially...

Jaguar Land Rover to 'axe up to 5,000 jobs'

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Analysts say carmaker will outline job cuts in new year as part of drive to combat Brexit and falling sales Jaguar Land Rover is planning to announce ...

Local authorities could stop housing asylum seekers, MPs warn

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Report says UK councils have lost confidence in system owing to costs and pressuresCouncils may pull out of a scheme for housing asylum seekers after ...

Blackcurrant crops hit by milder winters, study shows

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Researchers warn rising temperatures will cause plants to flower later and die soonerMilder winters driven by climate change will hit blackcurrant cro...

Two-thirds of teachers think of quitting over bad behaviour, survey finds

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Many also fears disruptive pupils discourage newcomers to profession, claims thinktankThree-quarters of teachers frequently have to deal with disrupti...

Make climate crisis top editorial priority, XR campaign urges BBC

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Extinction Rebellion group call on BBC to tell ‘full truth about ecological emergency’Climate campaigners are calling on the BBC to declare a climate ...

Chester zoo confirms animals died in 'heartbreaking' fire

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Appeal raises more than £50,000 after blaze killed insects, frogs, fish and birdsExotic animals including small birds, fish and frogs were killed in a...

UK households pick up £80m bill left over from failed energy firms

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Ofgem criticised over cost of dealing with fallout from collapse of eight companies• Letter: Questions over energy firms’ £58m debt to renewables obli...

UK efforts in Iraq 'hindered by hostile immigration policy'

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Projects to tackle aftermath of war are being frustrated or scuppered by visa rejections, organisers sayGovernment-backed projects to tackle the after...

UN climate accord 'inadequate' and lacks urgency, experts warn

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Agreement will fail to halt devastating rise in global temperature, say scientistsThe world has been put on notice that its best efforts so far will f...

Fifth victim of Strasbourg Christmas market shooting dies

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The suspected attacker, Chérif Chekatt, was killed by police after two-day manhuntA fifth person has died of their injuries after Tuesday’s Christmas ...

Ortega condemned for 'rule by terror' after raids in Nicaragua

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Human Rights Watch criticises president after he took action against NGOs and mediaActivists and prominent members of Latin America’s left have condem...

Macron's ratings fall further after month of gilets jaunes protests

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French president will be forced to change his style of governing, say analysts A month of gilets jaunes, or yellow vests, protests have taken a furthe...

Japan explosion: dozens injured as blast destroys Sapporo restaurant

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Large blast and fire wrecks building in Sapporo, leaving more than 40 people hurtA large explosion and fire has wrecked a restaurant in the northern J...

Egypt: 4,400-year-old tomb of high priest discovered - video report

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Egypt has announced the discovery of a well-preserved tomb decorated with hieroglyphs and statues south of Cairo. Officials expect more discoveries as...

Israel chides Australia's recognition of West Jerusalem as capital

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Canberra ‘mistaken’ in support for Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem, minister saysIsrael signalled its displeasure on Sunday with Australia’s rec...

Woman, 84, found alive after three days missing in Western Australian bush

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Patricia Byrne discovered ‘weakened’ but walking along side of a road, rescuers sayThe family of an 84-year-old woman who went missing in a national p...

Bolognese and bonding: why I love cooking with my children

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With smart appliances like the Samsung Family Hub™ fridge, getting your kids to help out in the kitchen is easier than ever. Mum-of-three Antonia Wind...

The 12 saves of Christmas: an expert survival guide

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From emergency gift ideas to master mixology – via Jackson Boxer’s ballotine and Patrick Grant’s suit – experts share their must-haves and must-dos fo...

Quick and easy roast chicken – with a twist

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Cookery writer Eve Marleau adds a French-inspired twist to a traditional roast chicken with Boursin As a kid in the late 80s and early 90s, for me, Bo...

From Bach to Bauhaus: discover the culture of Thuringia, Germany

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Immerse yourself in the German artistic gems that changed how we see the worldThuringia is the cultural heart of Germany, a place of inspiration for w...

The Borrowers review – Mary Norton's pintsize family make raucous fun

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Tobacco Factory, BristolBea Roberts’ adaptation is best when it amps up its visual gags, though it searches for a plot and a perspectiveThe world can ...

Judith Kerr: ‘I like this generation of teenagers. They seem kind and idealistic’

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At 95, the author of The Tiger Who Came to Tea still works every day. ‘Stories are a huge comfort,’ she says over lunch at the SavoyJudith Kerr has a ...

Nadiya Hussain: ‘This is more than a job – it's important to be out there’

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The Bake Off winner turned national treasure tells Observer Food Monthly about combining family life, anxiety and the pressures of being a role modelE...

A Caravaggio for Christmas: is his stolen Nativity masterpiece about to reappear?

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Missing since the 1960s, Caravaggio’s Christ in the manger is believed to have been stolen by the mafia and eaten by hogs. But could the painting now ...

The Convert review – thrilling and troubling war of words

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Young Vic Theatre, LondonPaapa Essiedu and Black Panther’s Letitia Wright are captivating in Danai Gurira’s story of religious and linguistic colonial...

Maestro Daniil Trifonov to evoke spirit of Chopin on original pianos

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Russian virtuoso will perform in film that traces inspiration of the composer’s 24 PreludesHe is a Grammy award-winning musician hailed as “a phenomen...

'Don’t just sign the paper – read the terms': teenagers learn financial lessons

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A new London initiative helps at-risk young people manage money – and save councils moneyWhen Tina Peterson (not her real name) reached adulthood, the...

Four recipes from the best food writers of 2018

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Dishes from OFM’s favourite food books of the year, including roast pork with fennel seed from Gill Meller’s Time and duck legs with clementines from ...

The perfect ways to get fit – in 20 seconds, an hour or six months

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Making time for exercise can be difficult because of work, family commitments or cost. Here’s how to squeeze it in, whatever your schedule“Some people...

The best thing I ate in 2018

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Tacos in Philadelphia, doughnuts in Cleethorpes, grilled lamb in Istanbul – cooks and writers including Prue Leith, Nathan Outlaw and Clare Smyth pick...

Restaurant 92, Harrogate: ‘Takes admirable risks’ – restaurant review

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Talented young chef Michael Carr’s cooking could warm your heart. If only his dining room wasn’t so chilly…Restaurant 92, 92 Station Parade, Harrogate...

Robot-fried chicken – a whole new meaning to battery hens

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The Shinagawa district of Tokyo is host to an automated fried chicken service – but don’t try getting any late at nightName: Robot-fried chicken.Flavo...

'The second worst prime minister ever': readers on May's confidence vote

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We’re following the discussion on what you think about the prime minister’s confidence vote result and what might be next for herFollow all of Thursda...

Have you or your partner recently given birth? Share your experiences with us

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We’d like to hear about your physical and mental recovery after birthMost parents will tell you that nothing prepares you for the arrival of your firs...

What was your favourite book of 2018?

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As part of the Guardian’s 2018 in culture series we want to hear what you’ve been reading this yearIt has been a big year for books, from the spate of...

Send us a tip on a UK winter walk for the chance to win a £200 hotel voucher

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A good walk and fresh air are perfect for blowing away the Christmas cobwebs. Tell us about your favouriteWe want to hear about your favourite UK walk...

Stephen Hawking remembered by Bernard Carr

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8 January 1942 – 14 March 2018The physicist’s former research student recalls their close relationship at Cambridge, the sheer might of his intellect,...

The big picture: weary of the winter wonderland

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The contemporary Christmas experience is summed up in Tom Hunter’s photograph of a bar workerIn Caspar David Friedrich’s famous painting Wanderer Abov...

‘After half a century, a drive to Wales no longer takes its toll on motorists’

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Drivers on both Severn bridges will no longer be liable to pay, and regular travellers are celebratingIn a rare gap in the sea drizzle rolling up the ...

‘Our faith will be lost if we adopt technology’: can the Amish resist the modern world?

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Theirs is a traditional life of faith, family and work, without cars or smartphones – and their community is growingDaniel Weaver does not vote, drive...

'Billionaire boys club': the challengers lining up to face Trump in 2020

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The last opponent Trump expects to face in the 2020 election is someone even richer – but Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg and Howard Schultz have all hi...

Head in the clouds: the woman scaling fresh climate change heights

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For four decades, Nalini Nadkarni has studied cloud forest in the Costa Rican town of Monteverde. In that time, global warming has wrought big changes...

The weekend's best photos: Maasai Olympics and COP24 celebrations

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The Guardian’s picture editors bring you photo highlights from around the world, including the Maasai Olympics in Kenya and festive lights in Costa Ri...

Pantomime horses race from pub to pub in Greenwich – in pictures

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The London Pantomime Horse Race consists of running between pubs in Greenwich, with quite a lot of stopping for refreshments and games in between Cont...

The 20 photographs of the week

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From Central American migrants stalled at the US border to the tallest pine tree in Switzerland – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalis...

Illustrated treats from The Great British Bake Off – in pictures

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In 2010, with a background in street art and no paid work lined up, illustrator Tom Hovey moved to London. He applied for a job at an unknown cookery ...

209 female MPs by 209 female photographers – in pictures

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To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first election in which some women and all men could vote, 209 female photographers have taken portraits of ...

An aquatic Santa and Mistletoe the lurcher: Friday's top photos

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The Guardian’s picture editors bring you photo highlights from around the world Continue reading...