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Magdalene Odundo review – around the world in a couple of teapots

1  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:42 15/02/19

The Hepworth WakefieldOdundo’s ceramics, with their distended bellies and elongated necks, spectacularly evoke the human form – it’s like meeting up w...

Cousin marriages cited as significant factor in Bradford child deaths

2  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:37 15/02/19

Fatal genetic conditions more common in children of south Asian heritage, study saysMarriage between cousins leading to fatal genetic conditions remai...

Caster Semenya gets government backing in IAAF testosterone row

3  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:33 15/02/19

• Sports minister calls proposed limits a ‘gross violation of human rights’• Double Olympic champion takes her fight to court on MondayThe South Afric...

John Stalker, police chief at time of Moors murders, dies aged 79

4  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:30 15/02/19

Former deputy chief constable of Greater Manchester police also led 1982 IRA inquiryThe former police chief John Stalker, famous for his work on the M...

Bedford: nicer than you might think – and with hidden depths

5  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:30 15/02/19

So perfect that the ‘daughter of God’ bought a home in one of the redbrick terracesWhat’s going for it? You might have thought of Bedford, if you’d th...

Hospital admissions for eating disorders surge to highest in eight years

6  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:30 15/02/19

Campaigners raise alarm about growing crisis of young people with anorexia and bulimiaThere has been a dramatic rise in hospital admissions for potent...

How Film4 became a pint-sized Oscars powerhouse

7  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:23 15/02/19

The channel’s cinema wing has 13 nominations at this year’s Academy Awards, only two fewer than Netflix. A blip in the system or a new phase for the B...

Princess & the Hustler review – vibrant family drama has heart and purpose

8  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:15 15/02/19

Bristol Old Vic As the British civil rights movement gathers momentum, racial tensions threaten a family in 1960s Bristol in this locally-gestated new...

Brazil mine disaster: police arrest eight employees of mining company

9  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:14 15/02/19

The Vale employees arrested on Friday were responsible for the security and stability of the Brumadinho damBrazilian police have arrested eight employ...

Belgian spy scandal reveals security fears for EU and Nato

10  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:06 15/02/19

Senior officer suspected of passing confidential information to RussiansA senior Belgian intelligence officer is under investigation over allegedly sh...

MI6 chief: Britons who joined Isis cannot be stopped from returning

11  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:05 15/02/19

Comments come as Shamima Begum, who fled to Syria, appeals to be allowed homeBritons who went to join Islamic State are “potentially very dangerous” b...

Berberian Sound Studio review – aural sex-drenched horror hits its targets

12  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:02 15/02/19

Donmar Warehouse, London This fascinating adaptation of a film about a Foley artist creating sound effects for a horror movie attacks its targets – ar...

Amazon made an $11.2bn profit in 2018 – and its federal tax bill is $0

13  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:48 15/02/19

Company is not paying a single cent in taxes for the second year in a row, due to various unspecified ‘tax credits’ and executive stock optionsAmazon ...

Pret a Manger to add full ingredients list to product labels

14  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:47 15/02/19

Firm fulfils pledge to improve labelling following death of girl who suffered allergic reaction Pret a Manger plans to introduce full lists of ingredi...

AI can write just like me. Brace for the robot apocalypse | Hannah Jane Parkinson

15  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:36 15/02/19

I’ve seen how OpenAI’s GPT2 system can produce a column in my style. We must heed Elon Musk’s warnings of AI doom Elon Musk, recently busying himself ...

Landmarks in law: when female lawyers were declared 'people'

16  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:35 15/02/19

In 1913, four women challenged the centuries-old status quo and inspired change in the legal profession Gwyneth Bebb was born in Oxford in 1889. She w...

My generation trashed the planet. So I salute the children striking back | George Monbiot

17  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:28 15/02/19

Across the country today, children left their classes to protest against climate change. This is my message to themThe Youth Strike 4 Climate gives me...

Manchester United’s Martial and Lingard ruled out for three weeks

18  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:21 15/02/19

• United pair suffer groin and hamstring problems respectively• Gomes, Chong, Sánchez and Lukaku in line to deputiseAnthony Martial and Jesse Lingard ...

Danish economist chosen as new UN environment chief

19  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:14 15/02/19

Inger Andersen expected to replace Erik Solheim, who quit amid travel expenses outcryThe United Nations secretary-general has picked the Danish econom...

French media in crisis as it faces its own #MeToo moment

20  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:07 15/02/19

The scale of online abuse by ‘boys’ club’ Ligue du Lol has sent shockwaves through societyFlorence Desruol was a freelance consultant living in Lyon w...

Chess: Guildford’s six-year 4NCL unbeaten run threatened by Manx

21  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:02 15/02/19

Surrey club’s multi-year record unbeaten run is threatened by the newcomers who have climbed rapidly from the third tierThe all-conquering Guildford t...

I was raped. I don’t know whether to tell my boyfriend

22  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 15/02/19

The responsibility for this lies with the perpetrator alone, says Annalisa Barbieri. You are not to blame: he isI was raped by someone I thought was a...

Want to live longer? Now ask yourself why | Oliver Burkeman

23  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 15/02/19

For most of us the main effect of boosting energy or focus is to become a better cog in the corporate machineDave Asprey, who describes himself as the...

A deer at dawn and a Lego walrus: Friday's best photos

24  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:59 15/02/19

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

Space, the final frontier for those hoping to part us from our money | Arwa Mahdawi

25  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:58 15/02/19

What do attempts to establish a human colony on Mars, a $9bn blood-test startup and the Fyre festival have in common? Sheer chutzpahIf you were hoping...

Amnesty India staff complain of harassment and discrimination

26  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:56 15/02/19

Campaigners demand external investigation after human rights organisation dismisses their claimsProminent Indian rights activists have withdrawn their...

Toxic black snow covers Siberian coalmining region

27  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:54 15/02/19

Activists say ‘post-apocalyptic’ scenes in Kuzbass highlight man-made ecological disasterResidents of a coalmining region in Siberia have been posting...

Lenny Henry on his Windrush series: 'We felt the sting of injustice sharply'

28  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:48 15/02/19

A new BBC drama follows generation Windrush, from first arrival to the scandal of deportation. Executive producer and star Sir Lenny Henry explains wh...

Ferrari now have the tools to topple Mercedes in F1, says Sebastian Vettel

29  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:47 15/02/19

• Four-time champion ‘really excited’ by Ferrari’s new car• Mattia Binotto says team ‘tried to be as extreme as we could’Sebastian Vettel has said he ...

Keep the fleece – and enjoy its transition from fell to catwalk

30  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:41 15/02/19

After last summer’s anorak trend comes the humble fleece; the key is in cut and colourNow that the bitterly cold, 10-jumpers-and-winter-coat weather i...

Week in wildlife – in pictures

31  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:30 15/02/19

Hungry polar bears, the oldest known breeding bird and a new frog species in this week’s gallery Continue reading...

Declaring a national emergency over the wall? This won't end well for Trump | Walter Shapiro

32  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:29 15/02/19

If he pursues this path, my guess is that, at every moment of this ersatz crisis, Trump would be shedding political support like dandruffWith three At...

CBBC sitcom about British Chinese family accused of racism

33  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:16 15/02/19

Critics say scripts for Living with the Lams contain a ‘litany of orientalist cliches’An upcoming BBC children’s sitcom that focuses on a British Chin...

I'm on the phone to Nando's, begging them to deliver | Coco Khan

34  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 15/02/19

Needs are a funny thing – and right now, my need for poultry trumps my need to never speak to anyone on the phoneGrowing up means getting your hands d...

Brexit deal can still be voted through, Theresa May will tell EU leaders

35  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:56 15/02/19

PM likely to head to Brussels next week after defeat at hands of Eurosceptic Tories Politics live – follow all the latest developmentsTheresa May will...

Trump to declare national emergency to free up billions for border wall – live

36  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:56 15/02/19

Trump to speak at 10am in White House Rose Garden as Democrats and some Republicans attack expected declaration as unconstitutional Sign up for the US...

Alesha MacPhail trial: friend of alleged killer gives evidence

37  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:54 15/02/19

Girl says boy, 16, sent Snapchat message of himself saying ‘found the guy who’s done it’The teenager accused of murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail...

Sportswashing and the tangled web of Europe's biggest clubs

38  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:52 15/02/19

Governments wield power over many Champions League clubs and the ties that bind owners, sponsors and Uefa are strikingThe game is about glory, a wise ...

Indian PM: Pakistan will pay ‘heavy price’ for Kashmir bombing

39  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:47 15/02/19

Narendra Modi warns of strong response after at least 40 army personnel die in suicide blastIndia’s prime minister has warned Pakistan it will pay a “...

Measles is on the rise. But telling anti-vaxxers they’re stupid won’t fix it | Ellie Mae O’Hagan

40  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:45 15/02/19

Simply telling people they are ignorant has failed. We need to find a better way to communicateAfter reading the news that cases of measles have soare...

Man admits killing nurse who appeared on Britain's Got Talent

41  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:37 15/02/19

Desmond Sylva is accused of stabbing Simmone Kerr from London, who sang in NHS choirA former soldier has admitted killing a nurse who performed on Bri...

'Invisible epidemic': progress against HIV leaves young Latino men behind

42  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:37 15/02/19

As new diagnoses decrease in the country as a whole, the story is different for individual communitiesHector was working hard in class to please his i...

Schoolchildren take to streets in UK-wide climate strike - live

43  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:27 15/02/19

Thousands of children walk out of class in protest at environmental crisis. Follow the latest updatesAre you taking part? Share your experiences 1.27p...

Spain heads into election unknown as Sánchez runs out of road

44  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:22 15/02/19

Political landscape fragmented amid Catalan secession crisis and re-emergence of far-rightSpain is heading into what could be months of political unce...

'I was sure I'd die': UK football fan detained in UAE feared for his life

45  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:20 15/02/19

Ali Issa Ahmad says he was cut with a knife, beaten and deprived of sleep and foodA British football fan who was detained in United Arab Emirates afte...

Revealed: Nigerian voter data is statistically impossible

46  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:13 15/02/19

Voter registration documents seen by Guardian on eve of election raise fears of riggingThe number of new voters registered in Nigeria since January 20...

Leigh Halfpenny’s chances of facing England suffer setback

47  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:03 15/02/19

• Full-back ruled out of Scarlets action this weekend• Wales still hoping 30-year-old will be available against EnglandThe Wales full-back Leigh Halfp...

Call the Midwife takes women’s side over abortion. But the BBC is failing us | Suzanne Moore

48  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:01 15/02/19

The broadcaster’s refusal to provide information on a legal medical procedure shows it does not support women’s choicesCall the Midwife is a wonderful...

How to wear: burgundy with blue | Jess Cartner-Morley

49  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:00 15/02/19

This colour-blocking combo is top of fashion’s Premier LeagueYou say West Ham; I say Milan streetstyle. You say Aston Villa; I say fashion influencer....

In defence of Ashley Cole

50  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:57 15/02/19

Ashley Cole has won more FA Cups than any player in history. Isn’t it time we appreciated his achievements?By Sean Cole for WSC, of the Guardian Sport...

Songwriter behind Shallow: its 10 years of relationships boiled down

51  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:53 15/02/19

How Anthony Rossomando went from the Libertines to co-writing the Oscar-nominated trackI met Mark through Amy [Winehouse]; we first hung out at MGMT’s...

My boyfriend and I live with his mother. We have no sex life. What should I do?

52  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:30 15/02/19

He is kind, funny, from a well-off background, and his mum charges me minimal rent. I don’t think I’ll find anyone better, but feel I’m living like a ...

'Ross from Friends' lookalike denies fraud charges

53  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:26 15/02/19

Abdulah Husseini pleads not guilty to theft of wallet and trying to use stolen bank cardA man who looks like the Friends actor David Schwimmer has den...

Weird City: Jordan Peele's sci-fi curio is a star-studded disappointment

54  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:24 15/02/19

The Get Out director’s YouTube show is packed with big names – from Rosario Dawson to Michael Cera – but the Black Mirror-style premise feels worn and...

Sports quiz of the week: managers, money, metal medals and monikers

55  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:15 15/02/19

Who defied his age? Who scored quickly? Who made a packet? Matt Kuchar earned $1.3m in prize money for his victory at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. How m...

Vatican envoy faces inquiry into ‘sexual aggression’ claims

56  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:11 15/02/19

Paris police to look into allegations Luigi Ventura molested male employeeThe Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into alleged “sexu...

And the award for most incompetent minister goes to … | John Crace

57  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:04 15/02/19

Chris Grayling and Liam Fox appear to be trying to outdo each other as they seek coveted titleJoanna Lumley has come in for criticism for reading out ...

The Money Saving Expert: how Martin Lewis became the most trusted man in Britain – podcast

58  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 15/02/19

He has built a multimillion pound empire, and is driven to help people attain ‘financial justice’. But in an age of predatory capitalism and rampant i...

Anna Jones’ parsnip recipes | The Modern Cook

59  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 15/02/19

A creamy, parsnip-and-leek savoury crumble, and miso-roasted parsnips so flavourful, you might never again make them any other wayI gave my son a bite...

The Breadmaker: on the frontline of Venezuela's bakery wars – video

60  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 15/02/19

In the midst of Venezuela’s spiralling economic crisis, Natalia and fellow members of a Chavista collective have stepped in to take over production at...

How do I make my meringues chewy on the inside? | Kitchen Aide

61  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 15/02/19

No huge secret here: the answer lies in temperature and cooking timeI prefer meringues with a chewy centre, but mine are often too dried out. How can ...

Running is the hot new fitness trend – only now you pay for it

62  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 15/02/19

It’s ClassPass’s fastest growing category and Peloton is selling a $4,000 smart treadmill. How did it get so expensive to go for a jog?ClassPass is a ...

How Brexit revealed four new political factions

63  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:57 15/02/19

Analysis of Commons voting patterns shows how Europhobe and Europhile rebels from both main parties are forming new parliamentary blocs Continue readi...

I swallowed the Brexit lies. Now I regret urging the curry industry to vote leave | Oli Khan

64  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:55 15/02/19

Boris Johnson and Priti Patel used my standing in the Bangladeshi restaurant industry for their own ends • Oli Khan is the secretary general of the Ba...

Why The Favourite should win the best picture Oscar

65  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:49 15/02/19

Yorgos Lanthimos upends expectations of a polite period drama with a wild, raucous, dark comedy filled with perversity, pettiness and pet rabbits•Blac...

My solution to the Parthenon marbles – let's split them in half

66  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:47 15/02/19

Britain and Greece should stop arguing about the Elgin marbles and share them. It wouldn’t be the first time a cultural war ended in a truceLast month...

Super League v NRL: is the northern hemisphere bridging the gap? | Aaron Bower

67  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:45 15/02/19

As Wigan prepare to face Roosters in a World Club Challenge tournament set for a further revamp, Super League needs to demonstrate the English game’s ...

'May has been playing all sides': readers on the EU strategy vote

68  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:31 15/02/19

You have been reacting to MPs passing an amendment to replace the Irish backstop and discussing what might be next for BrexitFollow all the day’s poli...

The arts were supposed to champion diversity. What went wrong? | Clive Nwonka

69  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:31 15/02/19

Arts Council England’s annual report on diversity reveals a sector, despite the rhetoric, still steeped in inequalityIn February 1999, the Macpherson ...

Rangers' Steven Gerrard calls for ban on 'dangerous' artificial pitches

70  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:30 15/02/19

Players sign petition calling for end to synthetic turfGerrard: ‘My opinion is that players are safer on grass’Rangers manager Steven Gerrard says it ...

'I know what it feels like to be hunted': Brigitte Bardot on life in the spotlight

71  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:28 15/02/19

Actor reflects on her despair at human nature and how animals and nature have brought her peaceShe was the ultimate screen goddess, who gave it all up...

Rare works by 'cultural magpies' of Bauhaus to go on show in London

72  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:15 15/02/19

Exclusive: Sotheby’s to exhibit art from influential German design school ahead of auctionA collection of seldom-viewed paintings by key proponents of...

BBC's This Week to end after 16 years as Andrew Neil steps down

73  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:10 15/02/19

Lighthearted late-night politics show will conclude in the summer when its current series endsThe BBC’s long-running late-night politics show This Wee...

This angry, embittered parliament has been defeated by Brexit | Anand Menon

74  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:10 15/02/19

Last night’s votes not only failed to break the deadlock – they exposed the bad blood between MPs more clearly than everSo the ERG does it again, and ...

Talking Horses: lessons from the Layezy Racing bankruptcy

75  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:06 15/02/19

In recent years, betting syndicates have become an increasingly popular way for smaller punters to play the gambling marketsMore than 200 racehorses w...

High street discounts boost struggling retailers as Brexit nears

76  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:03 15/02/19

Clothes shops in particular have seen a rise in sales after launching price reductionsHigh street discounts in the January sales helped drive a strong...

With councils and the NHS at loggerheads, vital services are at risk | Richard Vize

77  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:02 15/02/19

As with Brexit negotiations, some people prefer to walk away or refuse to budge, rather than work together to find solutionsWho should run local healt...

Surf's up: the season's best beach-ready style – in pictures

78  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 15/02/19

This season, fashion is heading to the beach. Think tie-dye, bucket hats and Point Break on your moodboardRead more from the spring/summer 2019 editio...

Pro-Israel donors spent over $22m on lobbying and contributions in 2018

79  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 15/02/19

The data examined by the Guardian suggests that the pro-Israel lobby is highly active and spends heavily to influence US policyPro-Israel lobbyists an...

The Umbrella Academy review – get ready for a downpour of hokum

80  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 15/02/19

Seven superhero siblings and a talking ape butler make Netflix’s latest comic-book adaptation a daffy, palate-cleansing treatThere is such a rich arra...

How Taylor Swift showed us the scary future of facial recognition

81  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 15/02/19

Surveillance at concerts is just the beginning, as fears grow around an unregulated, billion-dollar industryTaylor Swift raised eyebrows late last yea...

No-deal Brexit could lead dozen ministers to resign, says Grieve

82  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:55 15/02/19

Tory rebel says government is facing ‘great crisis’ and talks of chaotic departure ‘by accident’All the day’s political developments – live updatesDom...

FBI investigating Ryan Adams' explicit texts to underage fan

83  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:48 15/02/19

The bureau’s Crimes Against Children Squad has taken first steps to open criminal investigation into Adams’ sexually explicit messages with a teenage ...

Rijksmuseum: All the Rembrandts review – human chaos made glorious

84  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:21 15/02/19

Rijksmuseum, AmsterdamFrom a child’s tottering first steps to Amsterdam’s answer to Dad’s Army, this epic exhibition shows the Dutch master’s extraord...

Climate strike: school pupils prepare to walk out of class across UK

85  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:02 15/02/19

Thousands of schoolchildren and young people are to join nationwide call for actionThousands of schoolchildren and young people are expected to join c...

Caractère, London W11 – restaurant review | Grace Dent

86  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 15/02/19

Playful, satisfying and occasionally baffling, there is lots to love at Emily Roux’s new restaurantHaving the name Roux hanging around your neck must ...

Experience: I survived my own funeral

87  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 15/02/19

The day after, I woke up and thought, ‘That was the high and now I’ll fade away’The day after my birthday three years ago, I started having visions. I...

Bloodied Tom Curry channels spirit of Terry Butcher to stake England claim

88  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 15/02/19

The 20-year-old flanker has quickly become a vital part of the team and now looks forward to testing himself against WalesPerhaps it should not be sur...

Six of the UK's best guided nature walks for families

89  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 15/02/19

A fun activity on a guided walk brings the countryside to life for kids. One dad even gets his three splashing about in the rainy Norfolk BroadsSmall ...

My life in sex: 'I was amoral when it came to matters of the heart'

90  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 15/02/19

The reformed libertineFor years I didn’t have the slightest interest in being faithful. It just didn’t seem important. As long as boyfriends didn’t kn...

Andrea Levy had to fight for a recognition she truly deserved | Gary Younge

91  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:32 15/02/19

The author whose politics were rooted in anti-racism defined achievement on her own termsChronicler of the Windrush generation dies, aged 62One of the...

Spain's PM calls snap general election for 28 April

92  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:31 15/02/19

Country’s third general election in less than four years comes after national budget rejectedSpain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has called a snap ...

Hozier webchat – post your questions now!

93  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:29 15/02/19

The singer of Take Me to Church will be answering your questions from 1-2pm GMT on Monday 18 February 9.29am GMT It’s hard to believe it’s more than f...

FA Cup fifth round news and more: weekend football countdown – live!

94  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:26 15/02/19

Get all the latest news ahead of the weekend actionFA Cup fifth round: 10 things to look out for this weekendAnd you can email Nick here or tweet him ...

Andrea Levy, chronicler of the Windrush generation, dies aged 62

95  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:12 15/02/19

Award-winning author of Small Island had cancerThe writer Andrea Levy, who explored the experience of Jamaican British people in a series of novels ov...

Harry Wilson: ‘Ian Rush phoned. I thought what do I call him? Ian? Rushy?’

96  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:10 15/02/19

The Liverpool winger, on loan at Derby, talks about that five-fingered goal celebration at Manchester United and his surprise Wales debut at 16In Octo...

Leadsom insists a no-deal Brexit is still on the table – live

97  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:04 15/02/19

Follow all the fallout from the government’s latest Commons defeat on Brexit 9.04am GMT In that Today interview Leadsom insisted that the government w...

Legalisation of cannabis in the UK would help protect its users from harm | James Nicholls

98  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 15/02/19

Mental health issues in teenagers could be minimised by age controls and regulation over the strength of the productNew research was published this we...

Eric Hobsbawm by Richard J Evans review – Marxist intellectual, national treasure

99  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 15/02/19

A richly detailed biography reveals Hobsbawm’s inner life, and underlines how he became the world’s Top Historian and a literary starAs a 17-year-old ...

US woes weigh on markets ahead of UK retail sales - business live

100  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:52 15/02/19

Global markets dip as the prospect of Donald Trump’s national emergency weighs on sentiment and investors await UK retail salesTrump poised to declare...