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Record number of disadvantaged pupils get university places

1  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:36 19/09/19

More than a fifth of 18-year-olds from disadvantaged areas of UK are offered places this year Record numbers of young people from the most disadvantag...

John Humphrys' last Today programme review – a too long lap of honour

2  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:33 19/09/19

After 32 years as Today’s grand inquisitor, Humphrys bowed out with Dame Edna and lots of back-slapping. At least someone brought up the ‘thrown typew...

County cricket: Yorkshire v Kent, Lancashire v Middlesex – live!

3  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:27 19/09/19

County Championship updates from around the groundsThe Spin: sign up and get our weekly cricket emailAnd feel free to email Tanya, tweet @tjaldred or ...

Macbeth review – ferocity and techno witches in gender-switched tragedy

4  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:15 19/09/19

Royal Exchange, ManchesterLucy Ellinson stars as a lean, mean and moody Macbeth in Christopher Haydon’s noisy, dystopian production, with Ony Uhiara a...

Poland wants its citizens to leave the UK. It should support those who want to stay | Jakub Krupa

5  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:01 19/09/19

The Polish ambassador has asked his compatriots to ‘seriously consider’ returning. But to many the UK is now their homeIn common with European countri...

'I’m tired and desperate' – a disabled victim of domestic violence on her struggle to survive

6  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 19/09/19

Disabled women are at higher risk of domestic violence than others, so why are there so few accessible refuges? As Sarah’s story shows, they are faced...

No-deal Brexit will cut 3% off UK economic growth, warns OECD

7  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 09:00 19/09/19

Respected club forecasts 2020 recession in Britain just as global economy starts downward trendA no-deal Brexit will slice almost 3% from Britain’s ec...

David Cameron: saying Queen 'purred down line' was terrible mistake

8  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:59 19/09/19

Ex-PM tells Today programme he regrets comment made after Scottish referendum resultDavid Cameron has admitted it was “a terrible mistake” to announce...

The Breakdown | New Zealand have been fallible in World Cup years before – and won

9  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:56 19/09/19

Struggles against South Africa and Ireland have encouraged belief All Blacks can be toppled, but write them off at your perilSouth Africa have spent t...

Astana sense 'great chance' of upset after their long road to Old Trafford

10  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:56 19/09/19

Kazakh side from the furthest outpost in top-level European football includes a United fan who flew to games in ManchesterBy the time FC Astana touche...

John Humphrys ends Today career with swipe at Corbyn and Johnson

11  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:39 19/09/19

Top politicians shying away from scrutiny, says journalist as he bows out after 32 years on Radio 4 programmeJohn Humphrys has bowed out as presenter ...

Kier warns of Brexit fallout after £245m loss

12  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:27 19/09/19

Construction and services giant says political uncertainty means 2020 revenues will be flatKier Group, the embattled construction and services company...

Netanyahu urges rival Gantz to join him in unity government

13  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 08:24 19/09/19

Spokeswoman for former general has no immediate response to PM’s surprise offer The Israeli prime minister has called on his main rival, the former ge...

Brexit: John Major tells supreme court it would be 'naive' to believe Boris Johnson on prorogation - live news

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

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the final day of the supreme court hearing to determine if Boris Johnso...

This is Happiness by Niall Williams review – love and loss in rural Ireland

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

Rich in sentiment and humour, this evocation of an Irish village in the 1970s examines grief, faith and first loveApproach with care the book that off...

Field of dreams: AW19 accessories as seen on scarecrows – in pictures

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

Make hay while the sun shines. A dream lineup of shoes, bags, hats and boots go wild in the country Read more from the autumn/winter 2019 edition of T...

'He became our best friend': how we survived Larry Nassar's systematic abuse

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

Olympic medalist Tasha Schwikert and US national team member Jordan Schwikert reveal their experience as sisters and survivors of Larry Nassar’s abuse...

Bank of England expected to leave rates on hold amid Brexit uncertainty – business live

18  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:42 19/09/19

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news 8.42am BST Marc Ostwald of ADM Investor Services is confident that the Bank of England won’...

Bollywood film awards: Kashmiri spy thriller Raazi wins best picture

19  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:42 19/09/19

Controversial Padmaavat film also triumphs as Indian ‘Oscars’ held in country for first timeBollywood’s equivalent of the Oscars, the international In...

Reef protection laws pass despite industry attacks on their scientific basis

20  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:02 19/09/19

Queensland’s government will limit the agricultural pollution harming the Great Barrier ReefThe Queensland government has passed new regulations to li...

What do I need to make YouTube videos?

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

Ed wonders if you need a computer to make YouTube videos, as he doesn’t own oneI’m a newbie. When people shoot YouTube videos, do they need a computer...

'It's one big earworm': readers' picks of the best albums this century

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

After we published our list of the greatest albums this century, we asked for your own suggestions – from dark R&B to revolutionary drum’n’bassRead wh...

French fancy: Parisienne chic from the city of lights – in pictures

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

Tweed skirts and proper blouses. Take a tip from across the pond: a little bit je ne sais quoi will make you stand out from the crowd this autumnRead ...

There is no longer any justification for private schools in Britain | Frances Ryan

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

Labour is right to debate the future of these unjust institutions, which at last are no longer seen as untouchableA few years back, I finished a PhD o...

'My dear Prime Minister': Alan Jones's apology letter to Jacinda Ardern revealed

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

Exclusive: Radio host says he meant ‘no violence’ toward PM with his ‘shove a sock down throat’ comment and asks Ardern to a debate on climate change ...

Steve Hansen points finger at Rassie Erasmus for 'putting pressure on referees'

26  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:47 19/09/19

‘Pretty obvious what they’re trying to do,’ says NZ coachAll Blacks face South Africa in Saturday’s pool gameNew Zealand’s head coach Steve Hansen has...

The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray review – a rightwing diatribe

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

Do racism and sexism really exist, or are they just the creation of angry lefties? The bizarre fantasies of a rightwing provocateur, blind to oppressi...

France confident of pipping England to top spot and going all the way to World Cup final

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

France spring surprises in selection for Argentina game Team on a par with best in world, says Yoann Huget France’s unpredictability these days tends ...

Tesco fails in accident management over my car insurance claim

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

It’s been very difficult after it dropped a cage from a lorry on the back of my vehicleBack in May, a Tesco lorry dropped a steel cage on my car while...

Killer robots: why do so many people think they are a good idea? | Stuart Heritage

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

According to a recent survey, 39% of us aren’t against machines capable of destroying humanity. Surely there are some things we can all agree onLaura ...

Emmys 2019 predictions: Who will win, and who should win

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

Another competitive year pits old favorites against critically acclaimed upstarts. Will there be a Game of Thrones victory lap? Will Fleabag upset Vee...

Extreme survivors: Greenland's hardy wildlife under threat from global heating

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

They may be adapted to one of the harshest environments on the planet, but Greenland’s animals and plants are increasingly vulnerableAll photographs b...

Biodiversity touches every aspect of our lives – so why has its loss been ignored?

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

From our environment to our economies, our security to our societies, biodiversity is vital. But preserving it will require transformative changeThe e...

Bizarre beauty: Shin Noguchi's everyday Japan – in pictures

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

From big-scramble zebra crossings to a man in a hedge, the award-winning street photographer revels in the life that swirls around him Continue readin...

Taliban car bomb kills at least 20 in southern Afghanistan

35  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:59 19/09/19

Hospital patients caught in blast intended for intelligence officials, says defence ministryA Taliban truck bomb has killed at least 20 people and wou...

Wales focus returns to pitch with brutal training session before Georgia match

36  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:51 19/09/19

Team seek to move on from Rob Howley’s departurePlayers enjoy best session since arriving in JapanWales players went hell for leather in training on W...

Autumn breaks in the UK: readers’ travel tips

37  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:30 19/09/19

From the Highlands to Suffolk, our tipsters’ trips feature boltholes to cosy up in, plenty of culture and autumnal walks that often end in a country p...

Thursday briefing: Trudeau apologises for 'brownface' picture

38  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:20 19/09/19

Canadian PM heads into election with judgment under renewed scrutiny … Survey lists climate as gravest threat to the world … and why okra is an ingred...

'It’s in the DNA': New Zealand feels strain ahead of All Blacks opener in Rugby World Cup

39  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:19 19/09/19

For some, watching the game will be too much, and the only option is to drive until you lose mobile receptionWhen the All Blacks run out to face South...

TV tonight: the rise and plummeting fall of David Cameron

40  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Our former PM is in the spotlight, talking through the aftermath of the 2015 election and the threat of “chaos with Ed Miliband”. Here’s what to watch...

The 50 best video games of the 21st century

41  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Want to build worlds, become a crime kingpin, get lost in space, or enter the afterlife? Then our countdown of the 50 best games of the era has someth...

Off duty: 2019's best casual clothes for men – in pictures

42  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Whether weekends mean walks or watching films, our menswear editor sources the items that will ensure you’re relaxing in styleRead more from the autum...

'It just snowballed': the viral stars of Brexit Britain on what happened next

43  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Every day, ordinary people seem to cut through political debate and speak truth to power. But what is it like to go viral and how does it change their...

'It's a violation': the war on (unwanted) dick pics has begun

44  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

A web developer asked men to send her pictures of their genitals in order to build a filter that ‘recognises’ a penis and blurs it. Which raises the q...

Why can’t we agree on what’s true anymore?

45  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

It’s not about foreign trolls, filter bubbles or fake news. Technology encourages us to believe we can all have first-hand access to the ‘real’ facts ...

For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth | George Monbiot

46  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

It’s not just the megarich: increased spending power leads us all to inflict environmental damage. It’s time for a radical planIt is not quite true th...

US-China trade war imperils efforts to beat poverty, warns Bill Gates

47  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Microsoft billionaire says economic strife undermines ‘world’s ability to work together’The ongoing trade battle between the US and China poses a majo...

How Hustlers shows the importance of female solidarity

48  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

In the acclaimed fact-based drama, the bond between women is shown with rare sensitivity and depth even as they engage in criminal acts This article c...

Unbelievable – at last, a rape drama that gives victims a voice | Fiona Sturges

49  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Real-life inspired drama series takes a subtle, nuanced look at sexual violence and its effects – and not before timeWhen Cersei Lannister was raped b...

BBC 'ignoring its audience' over iPlayer app removal

50  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Broadcaster criticised as replacement app restricted to newer operating systems The BBC has been accused of “ignoring its audience” over the decision ...

Channel 4 chief executive to warn about tech giants

51  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Exclusive: Alex Mahon reveals her fears that all viewers see in the UK will be decided by the likes of Netflix and AmazonThe chief executive of Channe...

Labour student wing to fight party's decision to abolish organisation

52  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 19/09/19

Critics say Momentum forces are behind ‘cynical’ attempt to scrap group seen as moderateLabour’s 40-year-old student wing has vowed to fight the party...

‘Okra is the most foul thing ever grown’: chefs on their most hated ingredients

53  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:59 19/09/19

From ‘horrible’ coconut to ‘stomach-turning’ turbot, top chefs reveal the foods they can’t stand It is common to hear chefs wax lyrical about ingredie...

Fans of China's own 'Loch Ness monster' deflated as beast turns out to be airbag

54  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:46 19/09/19

Pictures and video of a huge snake-like object in the Yangtze river viewed tens of millions of times online A mysterious long, black object that was c...

Fukushima disaster: Japanese power company chiefs cleared of negligence

55  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:36 19/09/19

Three executives at Tepco acquitted, marking the end of the only criminal action over the disasterThree former executives at the company that runs the...

The 'paradox' of John Humphrys: rottweiler, dinosaur or shy walker?

56  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:00 19/09/19

The Radio 4 Today presenter steps down after 32 years, but colleagues still struggle to define himOn the morning of what would transpire to be his las...

Outcry at Indonesia draft criminal code that could see unmarried couples jailed

57  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 03:23 19/09/19

New draft bill, decades in the making, could also criminalise insulting the president and tightens abortion laws Indonesia is set to pass a new crimin...

Tiny penguin released back into wild after swimming from New Zealand to Australia

58  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 02:28 19/09/19

Fiordland penguin found 170km west of Melbourne recuperates for eight weeks after 2,500km swim A New Zealand penguin that washed up on a beach in Vict...

Trump's promise to foreign leader prompts whistleblower complaint – report

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

Details are unclear, but Washington Post reports intelligence official considers complaint ‘urgent concern’Donald Trump’s promise to a foreign leader ...

County lines: how drugs gangs are recruiting children - podcast

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

Aamna Mohdin tells Anushka Asthana how county lines gangs are stepping up their operations by using short-term holiday flats and recruiting local teen...

Umbrella jammed in door locks workers out of office for days

61  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 01:28 19/09/19

A tweet bearing photo evidence of the predicament quickly went viral, inspiring many to suggest solutionsHow many co-workers does it take to open a do...

Jacinda Ardern mistakes Japan for China during Tokyo visit

62  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 01:17 19/09/19

New Zealand PM blames jet lag after hailing ‘relationship with China – excuse me sorry, with Japan’New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has blame...

From Succession to the Bold Type: how recap culture made us love TV more

63  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 01:08 19/09/19

Not only have blogs, explainers and podcasts made good TV better; they’ve also made bad TV goodOn Monday night I rushed home from work to watch the la...

Justin Trudeau brownface: Canada PM apologises after image emerges

64  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:32 19/09/19

Canadian prime minister says he deeply regrets image from 2001 party, which emerges weeks out from electionJustin Trudeau has apologised for wearing b...

Amnesty says migrant workers still being exploited in Qatar

65  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:01 19/09/19

Amnesty investigated three Qatari companies1,620 workers submitted complaints after wages stoppedThousands of migrant workers in Qatar are still being...

Labour to review language of Tony Blair's clause IV reform

66  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:50 18/09/19

Party to set up working group, as long as Scottish activists withdraw conference motionLabour has promised to look again at clause IV of its constitut...

How did attack breach Saudi defences and what will happen next?

67  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:20 18/09/19

Escalation is dangerous because infrastructure could be exposed to retaliationSaudi Arabia’s state-of-the-art missile defence systems could do nothing...

Talking Horses: are female punters discriminated against by bookies?

68  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

A trader with a well-known betting brand suggests practices could breach gender discrimination lawsAre some of Britain’s major bookmakers guilty of ge...

84% of care home beds in England owned by private firms

69  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

For-profit companies own 381,524 of England’s care home beds, thinktank findsMore than eight out of 10 care home beds are provided by profit-driven co...

Credit card spending overtakes cash for first time

70  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

Data from UK retailers suggests total card spending accounts for about 80% of salesCredit card spending has overtaken cash for the first time, accordi...

David Cameron sought intervention from Queen on Scottish independence

71  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

Former PM admits he wanted ‘raised eyebrow’ from monarch in referendum campaignDavid Cameron has revealed that he suggested to the Queen’s private sec...

Universal credit wait fuels poverty and food bank use, says research

72  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

Government urged to reduce five-week wait claimants must endure before first paymentMinisters have come under renewed pressure to fundamentally overha...

Scaling back: graduate invents plastic alternative from fish waste

73  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

Award-winning material looks and feels like plastic but is stronger and can be disposed of as food wasteA bio-plastic made of organic fish waste that ...

Education spending fall from 2010 to now was worst since 1970s – IFS

74  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:01 18/09/19

Promised increases will barely repair the squeeze felt since austerity began, report saysSchools and colleges in England have suffered the worst fall ...

Scientists set out how to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

75  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:00 18/09/19

Strong civil society movements are needed to ramp up pace of change, says studyGreenhouse gas emissions could be halved in the next decade if a small ...

‘We didn’t respect the plan’: Pochettino disappointed with Tottenham draw

76  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:26 18/09/19

• Spurs threw away 2-0 lead against Olympiakos• ‘The way we conceded the first goal was so painful’Mauricio Pochettino accused his Tottenham players o...

Murder of lawyer in gangster case shocks the Netherlands

77  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:11 18/09/19

Derk Wiersum, 44, was gunned down in an Amsterdam street in broad daylightThe murder of a lawyer for a key witness in a major Dutch organised crime tr...

Climate crisis seen as 'most important issue' by public, poll shows

78  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:00 18/09/19

Eight-country poll shows people view climate crisis as priority over migration and terrorismA majority of the public recognise the climate crisis as a...

Ángel Di María double helps PSG ease to win against Real Madrid

79  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:26 18/09/19

This was not a night for Galácticos, old or new. At a balmy, boisterous Parc Des Princes Paris Saint-Germain simply overran Real Madrid, pulling apart...

Héctor Herrera completes Atlético Madrid comeback against Juventus

80  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:09 18/09/19

The clock showed 89.30 when Kieran Trippier’s corner bent into the penalty area and Héctor Herrera, a second-half substitute, leapt into the air to he...

Ilkay Gündogan lights up Manchester City’s easy win over Shakhtar Donetsk

81  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:00 18/09/19

In the context of a defensive crisis caused by injuries to centre-backs Aymeric Laporte and John Stones, this was a particularly fine display from Man...

Japan with Sue Perkins review – cute, candid ... and heavy on the cliches

82  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:00 18/09/19

It has robot nannies and the first female sumo wrestlers, but despite Perkins’ best efforts, this show barely goes deeper than ‘foreigners do funny th...

Rory McIlroy believes golf can learn from tennis to eradicate slow play

83  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:00 18/09/19

• Northern Irishman wants proper penalties to be enforced• Golfer encouraged by European Tour’s plan to deal with issueRory McIlroy has called on his ...

Referee who forced wrestler to cut dreadlocks banned for two years

84  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:51 18/09/19

Alan Maloney given two-year ban for December 2018 incidentNew Jersey referee is suing for defamation, emotional distressA referee who told a New Jerse...

The harsh reality of underfunding at my hospital? Swept away for Johnson visit

85  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:15 18/09/19

Doctor gives anonymous account of chronic understaffing and lack of resources at Whipps Cross, the hospital visited by the PMI was one of the doctors ...

California family find mountain lion lounging in their bathroom

86  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:15 18/09/19

The big cat wandered into the home in the Sierra Nevada foothills and took refuge in the bathroom before being coaxed outIn the photo, the lounging mo...

Eadie's defence of prorogation based on everything but the facts | John Crace

87  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:30 18/09/19

Boris Johnson’s counsel failed to explain why the Incredible Sulk had refused to explain his reasons James Eadie must be a fundamentally decent man. H...

Unai Emery rests Mesut Özil for Europa League opener to manage workload

88  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:25 18/09/19

• Arsenal away to Eintracht Frankfurt in first group stage game• Manager wants playmaker fresh for Aston Villa game on SundayMesut Özil has been spare...

Mathieu Valbuena penalty crowns Olympiakos recovery to deny Spurs

89  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:08 18/09/19

Tottenham have picked up where they left off last season, where high Champions League drama came as standard and they appeared to have an addiction to...

‘Listen to the scientists’: Greta Thunberg urges Congress to take action

90  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:07 18/09/19

Teen climate activists attend a hearing to address the climate crisis and its traumatic effect on the younger generationClimate campaigner Greta Thunb...

Clashes erupt after Ecuador fails to decriminalize abortion for rape victims

91  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:07 18/09/19

Pro-choice activists say decision is a death sentence, after illegal abortions resulted in 15.6% of maternal deaths in 2014Clashes have erupted betwee...

Press opportunity: Johnson's most awkward moments with hecklers (so far)

92  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:03 18/09/19

Angry father’s challenge is latest in growing list of uncomfortable exchanges caught on cameraThe Whipps Cross hospital incident is the latest in a se...

Prada shows its fresh approach at Milan fashion week

93  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:44 18/09/19

Fashion as a concept was relegated while ‘personal style’ became a focusIf fashion is currently getting a bad rap for being trend-led and disposable, ...

Wind power: crown estate opens new bids for seabed rights

94  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:40 18/09/19

Offshore leasing auction starts for 7GW capacity project that could supply 6m UK homesThe crown estate has opened the first leasing round for offshore...

End of Fernando Ricksen’s suffering brings both heartbreak and relief | Stuart James

95  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:36 18/09/19

Death of the former Rangers and Netherlands player brings to a close a brutal six-year battle with motor neurone diseaseThe call came just after 10am....

Canadian author Graeme Gibson dies aged 85

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

Long-term partner of Margaret Atwood had dementia but continued to travel with her on book tour for The TestamentsThe Canadian author and conservation...

Women, looking unapproachable could be your greatest asset | Yomi Adegoke

97  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:29 18/09/19

Meeting the world with a ‘resting bitch face’ may not be what society demands, but it protects you against unsolicited male attention in publicWith gi...

'The NHS has been destroyed': Boris Johnson confronted by father of sick child

98  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:23 18/09/19

Man accuses PM of visiting Whipps Cross hospital in London for press exposureBoris Johnson has been confronted by an angry father at a hospital who to...

Paris Saint-Germain v Real Madrid: Champions League – live!

99  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:08 18/09/19

Champions League updates from the 8pm BST kick-offPSG look to fix failings in Europe starting with Real showdownAny thoughts? You can email scott.murr...

Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City: Champions League – live!

100  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:07 18/09/19

Champions League updates from the 8pm BST kick-offCity’s refusal to pay above the odds is hurting GuardiolaAnd you can email Simon or tweet @Simon_Bur...