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Ireland votes to liberalise divorce laws after referendum

1  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:02 26/05/19

Overwhelming majority for latest in series of reforms to modernise rules on divorceIreland has voted by an overwhelming majority to relax its constitu...

Has the Rose theatre missed its cue to survive in these tough times?

2  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

Why Peter Hall’s pride and joy may have scuppered its chances – and some advice for Radio 4Sir Peter Hall must be turning in his grave at news that th...

A new babysitter means it’s tidy up time at home… in appearance at least

3  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

Stepping up the war on domestic mess and chaos in advance of an outsider arriving provokes bubble wrap-induced separation anxiety‘That’s not, like, me...

Afropean: Notes from Black Europe extract – ‘it really was another world’

4  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

In his new book, Sheffield-born writer Johny Pitts shows a side of Europe and its people that often goes unseen • Johny Pitts Q&A: ‘I’m working toward...

Cyril Ramaphosa is cautious, but he must waste no time reforming South Africa

5  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

Voters are looking for the newly inaugurated president to take on networks of graft now they have given him a new mandateIn his long career as an acti...

Derren Brown admits he regularly shoplifted as a teenager

6  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

Illusionist tells Desert Island Discs how a brush with Harrods store detectives cured him of his habitDerren Brown, the illusionist, was a habitual sh...

US efforts to jail Assange for espionage are a grave threat to a free media | Alan Rusbridger

7  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

I found the WikiLeaks co-founder a troubling figure when I worked with him, but America’s case would criminalise journalistic inquiryDo you remember t...

‘We can’t give in’: the Birmingham school on the frontline of anti-LGBT protests

8  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 26/05/19

The teaching of LGBT relationships in primary schools has led to weeks of protest in Birmingham. The school head caught in the crossfire between demon...

Elton John: 'They wanted to tone down the sex and drugs. But I haven’t led a PG-13 life'

9  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

In this exclusive article, Elton John writes about his extraordinary life and why he finally decided to give the Rocketman biopic the green lightI was...

Booksmart director Olivia Wilde: ‘Being young is the most painful, most hilarious experience’

10  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

The American star on re-energising the high-school movie with her directorial debut and what it’s like seeing your mum run for CongressOlivia Wilde’s ...

'I replied to a genuine bank tweet and lost £9,200 to a fraudster'

11  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

An experienced accountant fell for a scammer mirroring Metro Bank’s security and customer serviceMichael Johnson* and his business partner had struggl...

Why I won’t be joining the queue at the top of Everest

12  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

A startling picture of overcrowding near the summit shows the peril of turning the mountain into a form of adventure tourismMountaineering is a physic...

End game: the fall of Theresa May

13  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

It seemed she could survive any setback. But eventually a beleaguered prime minister ran out of allies and optionsAfter her emotional resignation stat...

Facebook ‘gives global platform to illegal dogfighting’

14  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

Social media giant breaks its own rules on violence and animal trading, say campaignersFacebook has been accused of giving a global platform to dogfig...

What makes the Tories think that anyone must be better than Mrs May? | Andrew Rawnsley

15  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 26/05/19

The next leader will face all the challenges that defeated the outgoing prime minister and some extra ones on topI don’t know about you, but I am surp...

Action stations: a family activity break in the French Pyrenees

16  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

Tree climbing, ziplining, rafting and hiking, plus many more activities from a flexible menu, make a fun-packed family holidayOur night at the Vénasqu...

Christian rightwing figures warn abortion fight could lead to civil war

17  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

Wave of extreme bans appears to have amped up predictions by magazines and politicians that abortion is cause of coming conflictProminent figures on t...

My family’s war: Uncle Arthur the RAF hero and bereaved Uncle Jean in Germany’s rubble

18  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

As the 75th anniversary of D-day approaches, Die Welt’s London correspondent tells a story of remembrance, pain and catharsisOn the night of 3 May 194...

Culture shock for ‘big yoghurt’ as foodies switch to DIY

19  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

Commercial sales dip but environmental concerns make home yoghurt kits a growth areaSue Reed, who lives in Northumberland and runs a business knitting...

Cuts may leave NHS short of 70,000 nurses, leaked report warns

20  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

Abolition of bursaries for nursing students led to severe fall in number training for the professionThe NHS could be short of almost 70,000 nurses wit...

How warmly can Charles greet Donald Trump, the man who leered at both Kate and Diana? | Catherine Bennett

21  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

The Queen has hosted tyrants before but the prince had no need to invite TrumpThe latest on Donald Trump’s state visit, now reportedly reinvented as o...

Elon Musk may be a pain, but that doesn’t mean his ideas are crazy | John Naughton

22  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

Could Tesla owners one day farm out their cars as self-driving taxis?You don’t have to be a psychiatrist to wonder if Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla,...

Is BBC news broken? And if so, how do we fix it?

23  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 26/05/19

We ask industry experts if the corporation’s efforts to be even-handed in Britain’s highly charged political climate are misguided. Introduction by Ga...

The big picture: joy and nostalgia in a French water park

24  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:59 26/05/19

Photographer Franck Bohbot evokes the freedom and friendships of summers past in his dreamlike series Forever YoungThe earliest family holidays Franck...

Undressing by James O’Neill review – secrets of a man in a green anorak

25  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:59 26/05/19

A psychotherapist’s story of a patient who was afraid to remove his clothes is absorbing and movingIt was Abraham’s idea (his surname is withheld) tha...

Bon vivant Philip Green can do more to plug Arcadia’s pension hole

26  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:59 26/05/19

If the regulator wants to do its job properly it should start by asking the retail tycoon for at least £250m upfrontThe 222-page document in which Sir...

India’s Muslims quiver in the new dawn of an emboldened Narendra Modi

27  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:59 26/05/19

The Hindu nationalist BJP’s election victory will change the culture of the nation, the prime minister’s critics fearJust after 1.30pm on Friday, the ...

Russia launches new nuclear-powered icebreaker in bid to open up Arctic

28  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:17 26/05/19

Russia is overhauling ports as it readies for more traffic via Northern Sea Route due to warmer climate cycles Russia launched a nuclear-powered icebr...

Sajid Javid condemned for ‘criminalising’ fighters against Isis

29  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:05 26/05/19

Families of those killed say the home secretary must distinguish between jihadists and others fighting with Kurdish forcesMore than 40 international v...

Ashburn SW7, South Kensington: ‘A dirty stain on its postcode’ | Jay Rayner

30  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 26/05/19

Thinking of grabbing a meal at this airport hotel? Be prepared for a very bumpy ride…Ashburn SW7, Inside the Holiday Inn, 97 Cromwell Road, London SW7...

Final votes cast as EU awaits parliamentary election results

31  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 26/05/19

France, Germany, Italy and others go to polls on Sunday, with gains expected for nationalist partiesThe western world’s largest democratic exercise is...

Papua New Guinea's prime minister Peter O’Neill resigns

32  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:19 26/05/19

O’Neill says recent changes to political allegiances in parliament had shown a ‘need for change’Peter O’Neill, the prime minister of Papua New Guinea,...

Real IRA founder who plotted bombing while Prince Charles was in Ireland dies in prison

33  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 02:37 26/05/19

Seamus McGrane died from a suspected heart attack while serving an 11½-year sentence for directing terrorismOne of the founders of the Real IRA, who p...

Swimmer dies after shark attack in Hawaii

34  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 02:24 26/05/19

65-year-old Californian man attacked off coast of Maui in first such death since 2015A man has died in Hawaii after being attacked by a shark, local o...

Snake mistake: CSIRO says it's a myth that Australia is home to world's deadliest species

35  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 02:12 26/05/19

Australian science agency says there are a ‘negligible number of human deaths’ from snake bites in AustraliaThe popular suggestion that Australia is h...

Trump brushes off North Korea's launch of 'some small weapons'

36  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 01:33 26/05/19

President says recent missile tests bother some people, but not him, and praises regime for calling Joe Biden ‘a fool of low IQ’Donald Trump has dismi...

Jews in Germany warned of risks of wearing kippah cap in public

37  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:26 26/05/19

Government commissioner says lifting of inhibitions and rise of uncouthness are factors behind rising incidence of antisemitismGermany’s government co...

The edit... Weekend bags

38  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:55 25/05/19

Whether it’s gym kit, weekend escapes or bank holiday breaks, these totes and duffels hold it all in style Continue reading...

We love... Fashion fixes for the week ahead - in pictures

39  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:50 25/05/19

Ilanhi & Maechi, where tailoring and streetwear meet, JW Anderson is back for another glittery Converse collaboration, and Paul Smith does cyclewear ...

Tough nut to crack: the almond boom and its drain on the Murray-Darling

40  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:13 25/05/19

Demand for the thirsty crop has created a gold rush but irrigators and growers fear there might not be enough waterNeale Bennett, an almond grower in ...

Jordan Henderson: ‘City don’t stop at one trophy … we want more and more’

41  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:29 25/05/19

The Liverpool captain is determined that a Champions League final win over Spurs would be just the beginning for his sideIt is easy to see Liverpool’s...

Spurs’ Champions League dream may hinge on Kane call, admits Pochettino

42  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:29 25/05/19

• Manager says decision on striker’s role in Madrid will be critical• Sánchez, Winks and Vertonghen should also be fit to playMauricio Pochettino says...

Moby apologises to Natalie Portman for being 'inconsiderate'

43  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:27 25/05/19

Musician says recent criticism of him is ‘very valid’ after actor said he had been ‘creepy’ with her when she was youngMusician Moby has publicly apol...

Leinster ruin Stuart Hogg’s farewell to claim Pro14 title against Glasgow

44  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:27 25/05/19

Glasgow 15-18 LeinsterTries: Fagerson, Stewart. Con: Hastings. Pen: HastingsTries: Ringrose, Healy. Con: Sexton. Pens: Sexton 2Leo Cullen knew the Eur...

Labour must back second Brexit vote or lose next election, Tom Watson warns

45  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:08 25/05/19

Deputy leader says far more Remain supporters than Leavers have abandoned the partyLabour’s deputy leader Tom Watson today warns that his party will l...

Never again can Labour find itself on the wrong side of a historic choice | Tom Watson

46  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:00 25/05/19

Appealing to Leavers and Remainers has failed : we must prevent a hard BrexitVoting in the European elections is over, with the results about to come ...

The Tory party is simply debating which sort of electoral cyanide to take | Justine Greening

47  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:01 25/05/19

This Brexit-focused leadership race is the wrong contest at the wrong time – change is now coming from outside parliamentThe Conservative party in par...

Enough wishful thinking. The next PM must confront hard realities on Brexit

48  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:01 25/05/19

The Lord Chancellor has watched Theresa May struggle to deliver Brexit for three years. Here he explains the challenges facing her successorWe will ha...

Stop Boris campaign launched by Tory moderates opposed to no-deal Brexit

49  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:00 25/05/19

Former foreign secretary attacked as dishonest by leadership candidate Rory StewartA campaign to stop Boris Johnson becoming prime minister and taking...

Steve Smith’s century gives Australia World Cup warm-up win over England

50  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:35 25/05/19

• Australia 297-9; England 285 all out• Smith responds to boos with an impressive 116Whatever the intention, phoney wars don’t end up much sillier tha...

Bong Joon-ho's Parasite wins Palme d'Or at Cannes film festival

51  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:19 25/05/19

Black-comic thriller from South Korean director of Okja and Snowpiercer takes the top honours at the 72nd edition of the festival•The awards – live!Bo...

LGBT lessons row teacher leads Birmingham Pride

52  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:16 25/05/19

Andrew Moffat at head of parade, as protests spread to other Birmingham schoolsA teacher whose lesson programme covering LGBT relationships has been a...

Sudan, Algeria, Libya: new Arab spring stalls as Trump looks away

53  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:01 25/05/19

The US once led western states’ support of democracy around the world, but under this president that feels like a long time agoThere was a time, not s...

You can keep your theme parks, I’m off to Ambridge | Vanessa Thorpe

54  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:00 25/05/19

Who wants thrills and spills when you can visit the studio where the magic is made?National mythology is hard for the British to package and sell. And...

Afghan security forces kill six civilians during insurgent raid

55  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:57 25/05/19

The deaths come as UN reveals pro-government forces killed more civilians than insurgents in first three months of 2019Afghan security forces have kil...

James Hildreth guides Somerset to Royal London Cup final win over Hampshire

56  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:55 25/05/19

• Scores: Hampshire 244-8, Somerset 245-4• Somerset win by six wicketsPerhaps they turned the television off in the Somerset dressing room. Upon the s...

Katarina Johnson-Thompson storms past heptathlon field on Götzis day one

57  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:55 25/05/19

• Johnson-Thompson 4,034pts, Williams 3,857, Bougard 3,809• Brilliant 1.95m high jump establishes thumping leadAfter the confession, the procession. O...

Exeter into final after Tom O’Flaherty’s solo try lights up win over Northampton

58  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:44 25/05/19

• Exeter 42-12 Northampton• Clinical Chiefs set up Twickenham date with SaracensNorthampton saw so little of the ball in the opening 20 minutes that t...

French police hunt bomber who planted device in Lyon

59  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:26 25/05/19

Paper bag bomb in pedestrian shopping street exploded on Friday, wounding 13 peopleFrench police are hunting a suspect believed to have deposited a pa...

Giro d’Italia: Richard Carapaz holds off Simon Yates to take overall lead

60  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:04 25/05/19

• Ecuadoran leads by seven seconds after winning stage 14• British rider finishes second and now lies ninth overallEcuador’s Richard Carapaz won stage...

The power switch: tracking Britain's record coal-free run

61  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:04 25/05/19

Britain has set a new record for going without coal-powered energy, but how long will it last and when will we ditch the dirty fuel entirely?Britain i...

Matt Haig: ‘Kids are so overloaded, they’ve got so much stress’

62  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 25/05/19

The author and mental health activist on writing for different age groups, homeschooling, and being followed by Harry and MeghanMatt Haig’s award-winn...

After Theresa May, Boris Johnson? – Cartoon

63  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 25/05/19

The former foreign secretary flexes his wings, with a little something for Nigel FarageYou can buy your own print of this cartoon Continue reading...

Chelsea’s waltzing wizard Eden Hazard hopes for one last dance

64  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 25/05/19

Europa League final against Arsenal will likely be the brilliant No 10’s farewell but he has always aimed to leave on a highEden Hazard’s plan was alw...

The Tories have abandoned thought in favour of believing their own lies | Nick Cohen

65  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 25/05/19

A tribalism that brooks no opposition to Brexit has taken over a once pragmatic party‘The Dog returns to his Vomit,” wrote Rudyard Kipling in 1919 as ...

Book clinic: What can I give a child to help them with losing a parent?

66  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:59 25/05/19

Writer and critic Kate Kellaway suggests nonfiction and novels to support young people dealing with griefQ: Are there any children’s books dealing wit...

Connor Jennings heads Tranmere into League One with extra-time winner

67  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:48 25/05/19

Tranmere Rovers returned to League One for the first time since 2014 after Connor Jennings broke Newport County’s hearts in extra-time at Wembley.The ...

Outrages author Naomi Wolf stands by view of Victorian poet

68  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:42 25/05/19

At Hay festival, Wolf restated belief that John Addington Symonds was deeply affected by laws against homosexualityNaomi Wolf has said she “stands by”...

Cannes 2019: the winner of the Palme d'Or to be announced – live

69  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:39 25/05/19

Quentin Tarantino and Pedro Almodóvar are among those competing for the top prize as the film festival draws to a close. Follow all the action as it h...

Sheffield incident: four rescued children released from hospital

70  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:32 25/05/19

Two teenage boys died in hospital after being found at address in Shiregreen area on FridayFour children rescued from a house in Sheffield where two b...

England 2-0 Denmark: five talking points from the World Cup warm-up

71  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:26 25/05/19

Questions over formation and freshness to the fore after the Lionesses’ somewhat lucky win over DenmarkIt is testament to the growing strength of the ...

Celtic win the treble treble as Édouard’s double beats Hearts

72  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:10 25/05/19

An unprecedented treble treble for Celtic did not arrive without its anxious moments, but two goals in the final half hour from striker Odsonne Édouar...

Shami Chakrabarti warns police over Extinction Rebellion prosecutions

73  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:09 25/05/19

Shadow attorney general condemns Met’s plans to to charge 1,100 protestersShami Chakrabarti, the shadow attorney general, has accused police of steppi...

Stationary stationery: street furniture as office supplies – in pictures

74  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:00 25/05/19

During National Stationery Week earlier this month, Neal Whittington, the founder of the cult London stationery shop Present & Correct, went on an onl...

Judith Kerr was not scared to confront death in her stories. But she helped us savour the joy of life | Frank Cottrell Boyce

75  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:00 25/05/19

Mog the cat dies. The tiger came to tea - but never reappeared. The danger in her tales adds to their thrillIf you’ve got a life that so many people d...

The true deep-state conspiracy just benefits the old

76  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:59 25/05/19

The ‘alt-right’ would have us believe that the EU is a leftist cabal. It’s actually working for a much more sinister groupWhatever the outcome of the ...

Move 9 women freed after 40 years in jail over Philadelphia police siege

77  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:48 25/05/19

Janine Phillips Africa and Janet Holloway Africa releasedGroup maintains James Ramp was killed by fellow officersThe last two women belonging to the M...

In the safest Tory seat in the country, who do angry, alarmed voters want to be PM?

78  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:30 25/05/19

The Dorset town of Christchurch had a Tory majority of 25,000 in 2017. Now, party loyalists are despairing for the futureAt the 2017 general election...

Magic Weekend: Huddersfield run in 10 tries against woeful Hull

79  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:27 25/05/19

• Hull 2-55 Huddersfield• Giants run in 10 tries after Catalans beat WakefieldThe backdrop and occasion the Magic Weekend provides can often bring the...

Home movies: how a coaching inn became a family house – and tiny cinema

80  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

An 18th-century pub in Somerset has been converted into a quirky home – and one of the smallest cinemas in BritainWhen David and Juliet Mclay opened t...

Liftoff: the new race to the moon begins

81  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

With Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump and others making plans, the race is on to put people back on the moonFor Nasa employee Ryan Zeigler, the pro...

Catastrophes and crowded skies set Iata’s airlines thinking

82  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

Executives gathering for the international aviation body’s annual summit have much to discuss this yearEven without missiles being test-fired into the...

Could the government step in to save stricken British Steel?

83  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

The loss of strategic industrial capacity – and well-paid jobs – suggests every avenue ought to be exploredTo see the Scunthorpe steelworks in action ...

Back to life, back to virtual reality as music stars return to stage as holograms

84  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

As a Whitney Houston 3D tour is announced, the race is on to make hi-tech concerts just like the real thingThe Beatles live in the Cavern, Ziggy Star...

Identity politics is dividing Britons, warns equality commission chief

85  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 15:00 25/05/19

David Isaac says people’s growing tendency to define themselves by faith, gender or race is diminishing empathyThe increasing tendency for people to d...

Nick Tompkins’ hat-trick leads Saracens past Gloucester and into final

86  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:44 25/05/19

• Saracens 44-19 Gloucester• Replacement caps six-try display from championsThey are the best team in Europe, which means we knew already they are the...

'Jim gets it': Acosta says in new book Trump war on press started as an act

87  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:44 25/05/19

CNN reporter credits Bannon for ‘enemy of the people’ lineUse of unnamed sources may reignite battle with presidentDonald Trump’s war with the US pres...

Survival of the fattest: why the country birds are coming to town

88  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:31 25/05/19

Treating our feathered friends has had a major effect on the variety and numbers in our gardens. But not all species feel the benefitAs a child, I rem...

French Open: Johanna Konta puts faith in good feeling to banish past failings

89  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:29 25/05/19

• ‘I’m trusting myself right now because of good wins’• Konta faces Antonia Lottner in fifth bid to make second roundThe facts are incontrovertible: J...

Lewis Hamilton pips Valtteri Bottas to pole at Monaco Grand Prix

90  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:24 25/05/19

• Hamilton beats Mercedes teammate into second on final Q3 lap• Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc knocked out in Q1 in 16th placeLewis Hamilton took pole for ...

The art deco pub, the library and Poldark manor: Britain’s architectural gems at risk

91  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:21 25/05/19

As Save Britain’s Heritage campaign highlights historic buildings that could be lost to the nation, Cornish estate owners vow to take actionFor viewer...

Nikita Parris and Jill Scott give England timely boost against Denmark

92  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:08 25/05/19

• England 2-0 Denmark• Lionesses win last match before World CupAn experimental England starting XI saw off a spirited challenge from Denmark in their...

Astrology superstar Susan Miller: 'I can really respond to people online'

93  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 25/05/19

She has 17m followers, a figure set to double this year. So how has Susan Miller made the ancient pseudo-science of fortune-telling a world-wide pheno...

Booksmart review – fast, funny and feminist

94  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 25/05/19

A dorky schoolgirl duo try out partying when they discover that studying doesn’t pay quite enoughBetween them, dorky best friends Molly (Beanie Feldst...

Cannes 2019 week two roundup: insurrection in the air

95  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 25/05/19

Tarantino stormed in with his Manson drama and Bong Joon-ho’s grifter caper was a treat, but Almodóvar stole the showBefore every Cannes premiere, the...

Richard Ashcroft making up with Mick can’t change the mould | Rebecca Nicholson

96  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 25/05/19

The Verve frontman has settled his dispute over Bitter Sweet Symphony but this won’t be the last row over songwriting royaltiesRichard Ashcroft receiv...

Women are happier without children or a spouse, says happiness expert

97  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:47 25/05/19

Behavioural scientist Paul Dolan says traditional markers of success no longer applyWe may have suspected it already, but now the science backs it up:...

Ramaphosa heralds 'new era' as he begins South African presidency

98  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:28 25/05/19

New leader says country’s challenges can be solved as he is sworn in for five-year termCyril Ramaphosa told South Africans on Saturday that “a new era...

EU citizens denied vote in European elections to sue UK government

99  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:09 25/05/19

Exclusive: Campaign groups prepare legal challenge following ‘systemic denial’ of suffrageThe government is facing the prospect of being sued by campa...

Hearts v Celtic: Scottish Cup final – live!

100  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:06 25/05/19

Scottish Cup final updates from Hampden, 3pm BST kick-offLive scoreboard: the latest from Saturday’s other gamesAnd you can email Scott here with your...