The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Louise Todd
Louise Todd
Jamie Baynham
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 19:40. Facebook
Gwyneth Paltrow: “Goop’s emergence into a physical entity was an opportunity for us to push our boundaries visually and deliver Goop’s point of view to consumers in new, dynamic ways.”
Gwyneth Paltrow Goops emergence into a physical entity was an opportunity for

Gwyneth Paltrow launches Goop as glossy Condé Nast magazine

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David Bourton
Jeb Buffnton
Claire Mitchell
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 19:20. Facebook
'That successive governments have been running scared of the fuel lobby for decades is proof that fake news works'
That successive governments have been running scared of the fuel lobby for

Children can’t play if they can’t breathe because our air is so polluted | Deborah Orr

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Christine Edwards-Stepien
Daniel Young
Julian Stafford
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
"You remember the worst-case scenarios: nudes to a relative; a job application to your current boss. And that classic of the genre: a text unambiguously about someone, to that someone."
You remember the worstcase scenarios nudes to a relative a job application

I sent a compromising message to the wrong person. How will I ever recover?

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Molly Doherty
Tamara Matz
Josie Metcalfe
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 18:40. Facebook
Campaigning is well under way – including the return of #electiondogs
Campaigning is well under way – including the return of electiondogs

General election: week two on the campaign trail – in pictures

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David Crook
Michael Quin
Salim Haji
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 18:20. Facebook
“Recent developments in education have brought our position to a point of personal, professional and ethical crisis, leading to our current decision.”
Recent developments in education have brought our position to a point of

Headteacher and deputy send resignation letter to parents

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Bonnie Martinez
Carla Sneller
James Michael Rogers
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The Guardian
yesterday at 18:00. Facebook
Demand from Britons for holiday homes in Spain and Greece has fallen sharply.
Demand from Britons for holiday homes in Spain and Greece has fallen sharply

Weak pound melts the British dream of a place in the sun

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Hannah Clare Timbol Boden
Graham Saunders
Steven Perrers
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 17:40. Facebook
"The blame lies firmly with former mayor Boris Johnson, the one actor in this sorry saga who refused to comply with Margaret Hodge’s recent inquiry into the project."
The blame lies firmly with former mayor Boris Johnson the one actor

The garden bridge is dead – now £37m of public money must be repaid

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Paul Nicholson
Pete Norman
Niall Carroll
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The Guardian
yesterday at 17:20. Facebook
Philip Davies wrote to the Equality and Human Rights Commission claiming that the Jhalak prize for writers of colour discriminated against white writers.

The EHRC disagreed.
Philip Davies wrote to the Equality and Human Rights Commission claiming that

Tory MP's complaint that prize for writers of colour was unfair to whites dismissed

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Karen Martins
Clare Bewick-Fairy
Laurel Spangler
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
"The US administration has rejuvenated fringe exiled Iranian opposition groups who are irrelevant to modern Iran, yet appeal to gullible Americans"
The US administration has rejuvenated fringe exiled Iranian opposition groups who are

Iran's people care about elections. The so-called democratic fringe doesn't | Saeed Kamali Dehghan

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Feargal A Hickey
Lon Russell Crow
Keith Tim Jones
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 16:40. Facebook
A man who impersonates the Joker for tourists says he stays in character while homeless because it deters troublemakers.

“I would far rather be sleeping with all this makeup and everything on,” he said. “There is something a little bit intimidating about being the Joker.”
A man who impersonates the Joker for tourists says he stays in

In Hollywood, superheroes and villains delight crowds – and sleep on the streets

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Paul Peach
John Ashton
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 16:20. Facebook
Having hit a home run with the smaller Galaxy S8, is Samsung’s Galaxy S8+ the bigger-screen phone to beat?
Having hit a home run with the smaller Galaxy S8 is Samsungs

Samsung Galaxy S8+ review: the best big screen you can buy

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Axel Sarlin
Peter Edwards
Alexander Yxcvb
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
"If you listen to Sir John Gielgud, you will always get the meaning of what Shakespeare means, you always get the meanings.”
If you listen to Sir John Gielgud you will always get the

Judi Dench berates 'lazy young actors who ignore their artistic heritage'

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Jack Rowan
Margaret Huxham Lane
Christine Carr
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 15:40. Facebook
“This struggle began when we were in our 40s. Now, 40 years later, we have to start all over again.”
This struggle began when we were in our 40s Now 40 years

40 years later, the mothers of Argentina’s 'disappeared' refuse to be silent

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Carlos Feldman
Ingrid Verbraeck
Stephen E Garside
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 15:20. Facebook
"I think everyone is finding this concept of safe spaces quite extraordinary,” declared Theresa May last year. In which case, why is she conducting her election in one?
I think everyone is finding this concept of safe spaces quite extraordinary

With Theresa May’s snowflakes in charge, this is health and safety gone mad | Marina Hyde

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Michael Dolby
Ceri Mears
Michael Knight
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The Guardian
yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
Luke Schofield
Barbara Johnson
Melissa Holmes Blanchard
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 14:40. Facebook
Rebekka Kongevold
Amber Gephart
John Atkinson
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The Guardian
yesterday at 14:20. Facebook
“I made a promise to her and I stuck to it. I made that promise, man .. I told her. Before she passed away, I was going to live my dream."
I made a promise to her and I stuck to it I

'Fine me later': Takkarist McKinley wins hearts with draft speech to late grandma

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Adrian Sloan
Oliver Parsons
Neil Loveridge
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
With parliament wrapping up this week, the election campaign is still not running at full pelt, but it’s getting there. Here are 10 takeaways from the week.
With parliament wrapping up this week the election campaign is still not

10 things we've learned from the election campaign this week

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John Smith
Steven Adamson
David Crook
The Guardian
The Guardian
yesterday at 13:40. Facebook
"The dinner that Fyre Festival promised us was catered by Steven Starr is literally bread, cheese, and salad with dressing."

Don't believe everything you see on Instagram.
The dinner that Fyre Festival promised us was catered by Steven Starr

Stranded in the Bahamas: luxury Fyre festival turns to 'chaos'

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John Smith
Rob Walmsley
Steve Potts