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"It is time to have an honest, grown-up conversation about drugs in Britain."

The ‘war on drugs’ doesn’t work. It’s time for a grown-up conversation

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“It seems hard to believe that he could go from that job to president. Fair play to him.”

Adama Barrow: from Argos security guard to president of the Gambia

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"The reasons that voters use them to stick two fingers up at a sitting government can be telling, and ought to be listened to."

What the Richmond Park vote could mean for a general election

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"If Thursday’s byelection could help open a new chapter in the story of British domestic politics, it is much less likely that the victory for an anti-leave candidate will have any immediate impact on the government’s pursuit of Brexit."

The Lib Dems have rediscovered their byelection mojo – can they capitalise? | John Curtice

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Linnaeus, like Hogarth, Stubbs and Watteau, should be a hero to anyone who cares about our planet. You can’t save what you can’t name. Science and art look at nature not out of an urge to dominate but a longing to understand. Stubbs could place himself in the mind of a horse only after he had dissected one, for knowledge awakens sympathy."

Our obsession with the natural world isn't about power – it's about love

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"What we forget and what we remember are a key part of who we become. What we remember of our lives is like the evening sky where we see a few night stars in the foreground, while the multitudes are hidden from our view."

My forgetfulness may annoy my family, but it has its benefits

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"If the government can afford to renovate Buckingham Palace, do up the Houses of Parliament or support the Garden Bridge project in London, all to make Britain look like one of the greatest places in the world, don’t we have a duty to make sure everyone in the country has a decent home? Wouldn’t that be something to be truly proud of?"

Housing crisis, what crisis? Let’s expose those profiting from others’ misery

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"You’ve got millions of individuals with an increased sex drive, reduced self-control, a fondness for risk and an established aversion to authority figures. Even if you could work out a way to ban sexts among teenagers that wouldn’t solve the problem."

How to stop teenagers sexting

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The brilliant TV shows that slipped under your radar this year.

The best US TV shows of 2016 … that you probably didn't watch

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"Trump has made it clear that he has little respect for constitutional rights. Obama’s dismal record will make it all the easier for the president-elect to shred them."

Why is the Obama administration opposing rights for immigrant detainees?

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The Bank of England has confirmed the new plastic fivers contain traces of animal fat, outraging vegetarians, vegans and some religious groups. There is a petition with over 120,000 signatures, calling for a change in the production process, but the BoE will have to work fast if it’s going to find a solution before the £10 and £20 polymer notes launch in 2017
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"At night the temperature dropped below freezing. I couldn’t go to sleep or I would die of hypothermia, so I stayed awake doing mini-crunches – lifting my head a few inches, over and over."

Experience: I fell down a canyon

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"I was struck by something: when you describe what you want, it sounds very much like a home environment – you may get that in a few years, but it probably won’t be your sister who provides it."

We live together, but my sister and I are like strangers

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Tyra Patterson, the Ohio woman who has been fighting for 22 years to clear herself of a life sentence for murder, has received a major boost to her hopes of freedom after the key witness and surviving victim in the case told the Guardian that she is now convinced of the prisoner’s innocence.

Tyra Patterson is in prison for murder – now victim's sister says she is innocent

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The Gambia’s autocratic president, Yahya Jammeh, who once claimed a “billion-year” mandate to rule, has agreed to concede defeat after a shock election loss to a real-estate developer.

The Gambia’s President Jammeh to concede defeat in election

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"I knew I had to send my child, who was still effectively a toddler, away for his own good. It was the hardest decision I ever made, and I had to convince my husband that it was the right one as well."

Facing my fear: to save my autistic son's future, I had to let him go

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