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Southampton student feared she would die during rape, jury told

1  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:35 09/12/19

Jozef Janczura, 33, allegedly strangled victim ‘to the point she was in and out of consciousness’An 18-year-old university student thought she was goi...

One Million Tiny Plays About Britain review – a nation speaks

2  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:32 09/12/19

Jermyn Street theatre, LondonCraig Taylor’s jumble of micro-playlets – some just a few seconds long – coalesce into a layered, comic, moving portrait ...

The Tory party is so dependent on big money it now represents only a tiny elite | Peter Geoghegan

3  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:31 09/12/19

Smaller donors have retreated – and ultra-rich, pro-Brexiters have stepped inIn the first fortnight of the election campaign, the Tories broke the rec...

Bombshell review – Fox News abuse drama pulls its hardest punches

4  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:30 09/12/19

Roger Ailes’ victims fight back in a film where the odious media mogul looms large … before Rupert Murdoch saves the dayThe loathsome Roger Ailes, not...

DoJ internal watchdog to release Trump-Russia investigation report – live

5  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:21 09/12/19

Inspector general’s report expected to reject Trump’s repeated claims that the inquiry was illegitimate or illegalHelp us cover the critical issues of...

NHS data is a goldmine. Its value must be guarded, not handed to private companies | James Meadway

6  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:14 09/12/19

Health datasets play a vital role in medical research. If the US has its way, the UK could lose a valuable public resourceAs a society, we are finally...

Afghan papers reveal US public were misled about unwinnable war

7  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:13 09/12/19

Interviews with key insiders reveal damning verdict on conflict that cost 2,300 US livesHundreds of confidential interviews with key figures involved ...

The Irish border line: a journey along the edge of the Brexit crisis – video 

8  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:09 09/12/19

In the weeks leading up to the general election triggered by the Brexit crisis, Phoebe Greenwood and Ekaterina Ochagavia have driven the length of the...

Ghostbusters: Afterlife – first trailer for new supernatural comedy with Bill Murray

9  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:01 09/12/19

Long-awaited fourth instalment of the much-loved comedy, which is due to bring back stars of the original 1984 hit for cameo appearancesThe first trai...

Christmas starter: Thomasina Miers' recipe for buckwheat blinis with ricotta and salmon | Thomasina Miers

10  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 09/12/19

A delicious festive starter that can be adapted to serve with a sweet topping for the kidsMeera Sodha’s vegan Christmas starter of kimchi gyozaSmoked ...

‘We married in secret five weeks after meeting. It was young love and lust – and I’d do it again’

11  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 09/12/19

Laura and Jay Anderson were 18 and 20 when they met as students in the early 90s. They now live in Minnesota with their two children and three dogsIt ...

Marriage Story: whose fault is it anyway? Discuss the film with spoilers

12  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 14:00 09/12/19

Noah Baumbach’s divorce comedy has hit Netflix, polarising viewers into those who back Adam Driver’s Charlie and those who support Scarlett Johansson’...

Dalian Atkinson death: police officers to stand trial next September

13  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:49 09/12/19

Benjamin Monk is accused of murder and Mary Ellen Bettley-Smith denies assaultA police officer accused of the murder of the former Aston Villa striker...

Sesame Street receives Kennedy Center Honors to rare bipartisan cheer

14  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:49 09/12/19

Members of both parties could be seen applauding as show is recognized at America’s most prestigious performing arts awardsThe children’s favourite Se...

Golden Globes nominations 2020: Marriage Story and The Irishman set for battle

15  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:37 09/12/19

Awards shaping up as three-way fight between Marriage Story – which leads with six nominations – and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Quentin Tarant...

European Space Agency to launch space debris collector in 2025

16  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:35 09/12/19

Robotic junk collector will be first mission to remove item of debris from orbitA four-armed robotic junk collector will be launched into space by the...

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto are leading Lazio's surge

17  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:35 09/12/19

Win over Juventus might have allowed a third horse to enter Serie A’s title race – with a wealth of attacking riches to call onSergej Milinkovic-Savic...

Subprime lender Amigo faces fresh turmoil as bosses quit

18  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:35 09/12/19

Shake-up comes as founder uses controlling stake to push his way back on to boardThe chief executive and chairman of the subprime lender Amigo are ste...

North Korea insults Trump as 'heedless and erratic old man' as tension rises

19  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:33 09/12/19

Pyongyang responds to tweets on denuclearizationThe Guardian view on North Korea: a brewing nuclear crisisNorth Korea insulted Donald Trump again on M...

Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez say company seeking HIV patent extension 'deceitful and immoral'

20  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:24 09/12/19

Trump urged to block company from holding back drug from marketOpinion: Defeating HIV is more about politics than science Bernie Sanders and Alexandri...

Mattress thieves: why light-fingered hotel guests are now a very big problem

21  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:17 09/12/19

Luxury hotels have always had to contend with toiletries and even the odd bathrobe being pilfered. But now thieves are suddenly much more ambitiousNam...

UN says member states violating Libya arms embargo

22  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:13 09/12/19

Jordan, Turkey and UAE singled out for ‘routinely and blatantly’ supplying weapons UN member states have systematically violated a Libyan arms embargo...

Coats for homeless removed from Dublin's Ha'penny Bridge

23  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:08 09/12/19

Action by city authority for ‘public safety’ reasons provokes social media outcryThe idea was simple: ask Dubliners to hang warm coats on the Ha’penny...

South Africa hit by massive power cuts as floods disrupt supply

24  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:07 09/12/19

Worst outages in a decade after heavy rains cause power stations to failSouth Africa has been hit by massive power cuts as heavy rains flood power sta...

Serial rapist Joseph McCann given 33 life sentences

25  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 13:01 09/12/19

Joseph McCann to serve minimum of 30 years after two weeks of attacks in EnglandThe serial rapist Joseph McCann has been handed 33 life sentences with...

‘Someone royally forked up’: how The Good Place turned hellish

26  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:59 09/12/19

The philosophical comedy is now so complicated that watching it feels more like homework rather than a hobbyFew sitcoms can effortlessly blend silly j...

Phoebe Waller-Bridge: I was not hired for Bond because of my gender

27  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:51 09/12/19

Fleabag creator says she was never told 007 script role was to help with female charactersPhoebe Waller-Bridge will be only the second woman ever cred...

Tory candidate shared tweet claiming Muslims 'play race card'

28  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:42 09/12/19

Exclusive: Linden Kemkaran also retweeted user who said Muslims have ‘nasty culture’Latest election news - live updatesA Conservative general election...

Talking Horses: Sandown seven either failed to see the flag, or ignored it

29  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:40 09/12/19

Jockeys’ appeals against bans for racing despite a yellow flag has brought under scrutiny the approach to stopping a raceThere is every chance that a ...

Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

30  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:23 09/12/19

Chelsea make it six in a row, Arsenal stay two points clear while Liverpool and Bristol City look destined for a relegation scrapChelsea are the divis...

England women win first ODI against Pakistan after huge opening stand

31  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:18 09/12/19

• England 284-6; Pakistan 209 - England win by 75 runs• Centuries for openers Tammy Beaumont and Danni WyattOpeners Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt hit...

Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922 by Soloup review – a moving graphic novel

32  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:14 09/12/19

The traumas of the Turks and Greeks forced to flee their homes a century ago are drawn with moving simplicity and speak clearly to today’s refugee cri...

‘Get Brexit done’ is this election’s biggest lie | Simon Jenkins

33  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 09/12/19

Leaving the EU will be only the start of a long and tortuous process. For Johnson to claim anything else is pure fantasyVote Tory to “get Brexit done’...

Christmas sides: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipe for harissa and gruyere gratin

34  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 12:00 09/12/19

Gratin is a traditional side for roast dinners, but this make-ahead version cleverly uses fiery harissa and the savouriness of anchovy and gruyereYota...

Would a Labour government mean an extra murder a week?

35  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:56 09/12/19

Tory research claims party’s opposition to stop and search would lead to a crime surgeToday’s election news – live updatesA Labour government would me...

Why are people on Tinder swiping right on Kombucha and 'realness'? | Jessa Crispin

36  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:43 09/12/19

For all of the seemingly strange new online dating trends, mating in the 21st century is surprisingly similar to what it’s always beenIs irony or desp...

Tullow Oil shares dive as chief is ousted amid problems in Ghana

37  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:42 09/12/19

Oil and gas explorer scraps dividend as more than £1bn is wiped off stock market valueShares in Tullow Oil more than halved after the group slashed it...

Bashar al-Assad's uncle faces embezzlement trial in Paris

38  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:24 09/12/19

Rifaat al-Assad is accused of embezzling Syrian funds to buy property worth at least €90m in FranceThe uncle of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad will ...

Gladbach dare to believe after stirring win over Bayern in the 'real Klassiker'

39  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:10 09/12/19

More than 40 years since Borussia Mönchengladbach were champions, rising hopes for them are a boost for the BundesligaThis, the more gnarled of Bundes...

China claims detained Uighurs have been freed

40  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:06 09/12/19

Xinjiang governor offers no evidence of release but says ‘trainees’ have found stable jobsChina has claimed that Uighurs and other minorities believed...

Oi Frog and Friends! review – a wild time for fans of rhyme

41  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:05 09/12/19

Lyric theatre, LondonJumpy new student Frog overcomes his starting-school nerves in this exuberant musical adaptation of Kes Gray and Jim Field’s pict...

Book burning by Chinese county library sparks fury

42  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:02 09/12/19

Blaze complying with ministry directive meant for schools harks back to Qin dynasty and Nazi Germany, critics sayA county library in north-western Chi...

Christmas puddings: Rachel Roddy’s recipe for chocolate, chestnut and prune cake

43  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 09/12/19

Try this luxuriantly rich alternative to Christmas pud, heavy with buttery nuts, prunes and dark chocolateTamal Ray’s alternative Christmas pud recipe...

‘It takes the hood to heal the hood’: how a woman is helping to repair the damage done by gun violence

44  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 11:00 09/12/19

Hurt people hurt people. Someone who pulls the trigger is extremely hurt, writes Monifa Akosua of Richmond, CaliforniaGun homicide in California’s Bay...

This was supposed to be the climate crisis election. So what happened? | Stephen Buranyi

45  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:50 09/12/19

The public want action, but with the Tories obsessed with Brexit, the issue hasn’t gained traction in the mediaThe moment I began to lose hope that th...

Russia banned from Tokyo Olympics and football World Cup

46  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:41 09/12/19

Wada delivers four-year ban for doping offencesIndividual athletes will still be allowed to competeThe World Anti-Doping Agency has voted unanimously ...

New York's high-rise prisons: what could go wrong?

47  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:25 09/12/19

Plans to build four tall tower prisons in New York City have generated backlash – but have also prompted a debate over what modern prisons should look...

Two Wolves supporters arrested for homophobic abuse during Brighton draw

48  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:25 09/12/19

• Brighton confirm arrests during 2-2 draw on Sunday• ‘We simply won’t stand for it at the Amex’Brighton have confirmed two Wolves supporters were eje...

Johnson deflects blame for A&E waits with 'new government' claim

49  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:09 09/12/19

PM says sorry to boy on Leeds hospital floor but tries to distance himself from near-decade of Tory ruleLatest election news - live updatesBoris Johns...

Extinction Rebellion stages air pollution protest in London

50  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:08 09/12/19

Demonstrators wearing gas masks glue hands to breeze blocks outside tube stationClimate change activists wearing gas masks have blocked a central Lond...

Poem of the week: The Flea by John Donne

51  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 10:00 09/12/19

A ludicrous image of physical intimacy provides a suitor with a feeble wooing ruse – and us with sharp romantic comedy Continue reading...

Suzi Ruffell review – smear tests, domestic bliss and ‘lesbian accoutrements’

52  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:59 09/12/19

Warwick Arts Centre A cool crowd warms to the standup’s animated stories, daft moves and disarming candour in Dance Like Everyone’s WatchingA standup ...

My working week: 'A pupil is worried her mum will turn up at school drunk'

53  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:59 09/12/19

I work in a school with the most vulnerable children. It can be rewarding and impossibly frustratingI work in a secondary school, supporting children ...

Labour’s pledge to cut rail and bus fares would provide a lifeline for the poorest | Lynsey Hanley

54  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:59 09/12/19

Millions can’t afford to run a car but have to, simply because the public transport system near them is so appallingFor anyone who thinks public trans...

Rugby union: talking points from the weekend’s Champions Cup action

55  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:57 09/12/19

It was a difficult weekend for English clubs, with Irish provinces picking up a triple crown of victories over Premiership sidesIreland look like goin...

Nell Gifford, owner of Giffords Circus, dies of breast cancer

56  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:49 09/12/19

Despite illness, co-founder appeared in shows over the summer before her death at 46Nell Gifford, the owner and co-founder of the retro-chic Giffords ...

We’ve crunched the numbers – nationalisation would be a bargain | David Hall

57  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:47 09/12/19

Ignore claims about crippling levels of compensation: public ownership would pay for itself within seven years• David Hall is a visiting professor and...

'Now I have to check your hymen': the shocking persistence of virginity tests

58  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:45 09/12/19

In the US, it is still perfectly legal to doctors to perform ‘hymen checks’ as proof of virginityMichelle Northcote doesn’t remember her paediatrician...

European shipping emissions in way of nations meeting Paris climate targets

59  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:16 09/12/19

New report says greenhouse gas emissions equal carbon footprint of a quarter of passenger cars in EuropeGreenhouse gas emissions from shipping equal t...

In Saudi Arabia the fight for rights puts Joshua v Ruiz in the shade | Sean Ingle

60  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:11 09/12/19

When international sport comes to the Arabian kingdom it must be with a raised voice on issues of human freedomAs Saturday night spilled into Sunday m...

From avocados to Instagram: the decade in food

61  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

The 2010s brought seismic change to the UK’s culinary landscape says critic and restaurateur Tim HaywardTalking about the British food renaissance is ...

The impossible body standards of the modern action hero

62  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

As Henry Cavill’s body-shaming revelations show, being a male lead in Hollywood requires incredible levels of self-punishment“Would you look at me?” s...

'The biggest scandal since the forged Hitler diaries': what is Germany reading?

63  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

The scandal surrounding Der Spiegel journalist Claas Relotius is back, with a book by the colleague who exposed himFiction and non-fiction can feed of...

Avocados with edible coating to go on sale in Europe for first time

64  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

US technology allows fruits to stay ripe for twice as long and reduces plastic packagingAvocados that stay ripe for twice as long as usual thanks to a...

Boom in seahorse poaching spells bust for Italy’s coastal habitats

65  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

Ocean species endangered as black market trade devastates marine life across Puglia regionEvery night, dozens of wooden boats loaded with fishing equi...

‘The government is strangling cinema’: Brazil film festival fights for survival

66  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

Film expo will open Monday with a smaller program after Bolsonaro slashed public funding for the arts earlier this yearWhen Brazil’s far-right preside...

Ten constituency races to watch on election night

67  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

Safe seats turned battlegrounds and key marginals to look out for when the votes start coming inChingford and Woodford Green, which has been represent...

AFC Wimbledon ethos faces challenge over stadium money shortfall

68  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 09/12/19

• Meeting will discuss change in supporter-owned structure• Club need extra £11m for construction of new stadiumWimbledon supporters will attend a cru...

The 49ers are a revelation but the NFL's ridiculous seeding could kill them

69  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:30 09/12/19

San Francisco have been excellent throughout the season but could still end up as a lower seed than the woeful Cowboys due to the league’s stubbornnes...

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

70  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:23 09/12/19

Aston Villa need more firepower, Tottenham’s front four are flying again and Manchester City have fallen behindThe difference between finishing 17th a...

Pound hits 31-month high against the euro as election looms - business live

71  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:03 09/12/19

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the Conservative party extends its lead over Labour to 14 pointsIntroduction: Sterling ...

Nigel Slater’s meat-free Christmas recipes

72  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 09/12/19

A centrepiece of a golden pumpkin, pomegranate-jewelled basmati rice, and a mouthwatering apple and mincemeat tartThis year’s Christmas dinner will ha...

The no-flush movement: the unexpected rise of the composting toilet

73  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 09/12/19

We squander masses of clean water flushing away our own waste instead of using it as fertiliser. But a lavatorial eco revolution has now begunIf you’v...

Scene-stealer: Tristram Kenton's best stage shots of 2019 – in pictures

74  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 09/12/19

From ballet to panto via reanimated corpses, here are some of our arts photographer’s finest photos of the past 12 months Continue reading...

As a Facebook moderator I saw the worst of humanity. We need to be valued | Chris Gray

75  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 09/12/19

Murder, torture, child abuse: each day we see things that keep us awake at night. Yet Mark Zuckerberg calls us ‘overdramatic’You may have shrugged whe...

Farage appeared with antisemitic pastor on US web radio show

76  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:00 09/12/19

Brexit party leader gave at least six long interviews to Rick Wiles on the TruNews networkNigel Farage has been interviewed at least six times by a fa...

UK weather: Britain battered by high winds as Storm Atiya sweeps in

77  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:58 09/12/19

Disruption to transport and power cuts possible in run-up to election day on ThursdayThe UK has been buffeted by gales of up to 70mph on two coasts, w...

Just Eat: Prosus ups offer to £5.1bn in Takeaway.com battle

78  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:46 09/12/19

Food delivery service agreed merger with Dutch rival in July but tech group intervenedThe battle for control of UK food delivery firm Just Eat intensi...

Trump's trade war creates 'nightmare before Christmas' for US toy-makers

79  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:45 09/12/19

Trump is set to impose another $155bn of tariffs on Chinese-made products imported to the US – a death knell for many businessesFor America’s toy-make...

Trump impeachment: judiciary hearing could bring Mueller into play

80  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:31 09/12/19

Bipartisan lawyers to testify on findings by the special counsel and intelligence committee in second public sessionOpinion: Pelosi is bungling the im...

Agency photographer of the year – 2019 shortlist

81  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:30 09/12/19

Guardian picture editors have picked out a selection of photographers whose work has made a mark in 2019. An overall winner will be announced on 21 De...

AirPods Pro review: a touch of Apple magic

82  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Good sound, solid battery life and effective noise cancelling wrapped up in a tiny, potent packageApple’s true wireless earbuds have gone “pro” and in...

Rikers 2.0: inside the battle to build four new prisons in New York City

83  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Activists, politicians and former prisoners are divided over how to close the notorious Rikers Island complex and what should replace it – if anything...

Should I put money I inherited towards an Isa or the mortgage?

84  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

I have a lot to pay on the mortgage but I wonder whether putting it into my pension might save on taxQ I am 50 years old and have just inherited £35,0...

I was living in the background of my life – until I realised shyness isn’t shameful

85  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

At 14, I became self-conscious about my voice and decided to hide away. Then, years later, it occurred to me the world needs quieter people, tooI reme...

Many migrants once voted Tory. Now their loyalty is fading fast | Nesrine Malik

86  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Conservative supporters with roots outside Britain are turning away in the face of race-baiting and fearmongeringThe sorites paradox is concerned with...

My Argos £99 spa birthday experience proved useless

87  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

No one told us we should have kept the original receipt and it doesn’t say so anywhereIn October 2018 I bought a £99 Activity Store experience voucher...

Botswana urged to abolish death penalty after latest execution

88  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Rights groups condemn hanging of Mooketsi Kgosibodiba and call on president to bring country into line with the rest of AfricaThe new president of Bot...

A Radical Romance by Alison Light review – a tender but oblique memoir

89  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Alison Light’s account of her marriage to the historian Raphael Samuel is both admirable and frustratingAlison Light’s last book, the Samuel Johnson-s...

New controversial comments uncovered in historical Boris Johnson articles

90  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 09/12/19

Prime minister wrote for Spectator in defence of opponents of gay people joining military and claimed police were ‘cowed’ by Macpherson reportBoris Jo...

A local’s guide to Cologne: 10 top tips

91  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:30 09/12/19

Vintage shops, great bars, buzzing squares and art on tap, there’s a lot more to Cologne than its iconic cathedral and railway bridgeThere are many mo...

TV tonight: How Sally Challen appealed against her murder conviction

92  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:20 09/12/19

With only 10% of appeals succeeding, a documentary makes a compelling case for greater leaway in the law. Plus, Simon Cowell looks for a new band to c...

Monday briefing: parties deliver final pitches in last stretch of campaign

93  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:18 09/12/19

Labour promises to put ‘money in your pocket’ … Johnson predicts post-Brexit baby boom ... one tourist dead and dozens missing after New Zealand volca...

General election: Labour sets out plan for first 100 days in office – live news

94  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:14 09/12/19

John McDonnell to outline agenda for Labour government as general election campaign enters its final daysSign up for the Guardian’s morning briefingCo...

The 50 best albums of 2019, No 10: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising

95  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

The LA singer-songwriter’s switch to stately orchestral pop earned Karen Carpenter comparisons, but her all-American concerns were firmly of our times...

Leslie Ash: ‘You go through a grieving process when you've lost your career'

96  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

After making a recovery from a near-fatal superbug infection, the actor has struggled to find work. Now she has started making films herself‘You see t...

The 50 best TV shows of 2019: No 9 – Catastrophe

97  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

A note-perfect portrait of division and dysfunction, it was the TV show for our times – and its finale was earth-shattering This article contains spoi...

'Sometimes the world goes feral' – 11 odes to Europe

98  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

As Britain braces itself for the Brexit endgame, leading poets – from Carol Ann Duffy to Andrew McMillan – take the pulse of our fragmenting worldFrom...

Police files on Queen Victoria's suffragette goddaughter to go on display

99  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

Princess Sophia Duleep Singh was deemed a danger to the state and heavily surveilledShe loved parties, dogs and, as Queen Victoria’s goddaughter who l...

Public borrowing is cheap but ramping up debt is not without risk | Kenneth Rogoff

100  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 09/12/19

Borrowing costs are low but the fashion for more debt holds real risks, many of which are hiddenWith interest rates on government debt at multi-decade...