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24/06/2017: FRONT PAGE: Party times, party politics: Glastonbury crowds chant for ‘celebrity icon’ Corbyn
The chorus started in the dark sweaty depths of the Glastonbury silent disco. Just a low rumbling at first, it built into a loud roar with hundreds of festivalgoers singing, at the tops of their voices: “OH ... JE-REM-Y COR-BYN.” Glastonbury this year...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FRONT PAGE: Britain takes step closer to armed police Police chiefs will consider the possibility of offering every frontline police officer in England and Wales a gun to counter the threat of a marauding terrorist attack, the Guardian has learned. A discussion paper on the subject has been drawn up for...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: Ofsted chief takes aim at schools that push exam results over real learning
Ofsted will look to punish schools that chase meaningless “badges and stickers” and turn themselves into exam factories rather than offering a well-rounded education, the chief inspector of schools in England has said. Amanda Spielman, the head of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: Father found guilty after term-time holiday fight goes to supreme court
A father who took his child out of school for a holiday during term time, sparking a long-running legal fight, has been found guilty of failing to secure her regular attendance. Jon Platt’s campaign had previously gone all the way from Isle of Wight...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: 2 The number of weeks of firearms training being proposed. Armed officers currently train for six weeks... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: It was the Amazon Echo, near the hot tub, with a compelling new type of evidence
Richard Dabate told police a masked intruder killed his wife, but her Fitbit told another story and he was charged with the murder. James Bates said a friend accidentally drowned in his hot tub, but detectives checked data on his Amazon Echo and he was...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: Charity bee tattoo becomes 10,000-strong swarm
An estimated 10,000 people around the world have had tattoos of bees as part of a fundraising initiative to raise money for the victims of the Manchester bombing. The Manchester Bee Tattoo appeal has raised more than £520,000 since it was launched...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NEWS: 1,217 The distance in feet that murder victim Connie Dabate walked around her home after the time her husband said she was shot, according to her Fitbit... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: More pressure on DUP talks as MPs back lifting abortion ban
MPs from the major parties will argue that abortion should be provided on the NHS in England for Northern Irish women, in an amendment to the Queen’s speech that supporters said would act as a warning to Downing Street about the implications of a pact...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: School feels the heat and yields to boys’ skirt protest
Vive la révolution! More than 30 rebellious schoolboys who gained international attention for turning up for lessons in skirts have forced their teachers into a U-turn, with the school finally giving in to demands to allow shorts in hot...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Glittering return of the bumbag
Forget this season’s hottest designs and the summer’s on-trend colours; if Glastonbury festivalgoers are anything to go by, there is only one wardrobe staple this season: the bumbag. Festivalgoers at Worthy Farm sport canvas ones covered in Gucci...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Weekend highlights Saturday Jeremy Corbyn, Pyramid stage, 4pm Corbyn will introduce outspoken political hip-hop duo Run the Jewels, who have given their backing to the Labour leader. Katy Perry, Pyramid stage, 6pm Arguably the world’s biggest star is likely to put on a...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Disaster may result in manslaughter charges, say police
Those responsible for the Grenfell Tower blaze could face manslaughter charges, police have said as councils continued the frantic search of housing blocks around the country for materials linked to the fire . Det Supt Fiona McCormack, who is...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Survivor ‘Why did they wait for all these people to die just to do something?’
In the streets around Grenfell Tower, victims of the fire are instantly identifiable by coloured wristbands which allow them access to support services in a relief centre, located in a gym underneath the motorway. Khalid Ahmed, 20, who escaped from his...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Grenfell Tower facade
1 Insulation layer Celotex RS5000 has performed well in a number of fire tests, but it is combustible. Made from polyisocyanurate (PIR), it releases toxic fumes such as hydrogen cyanide when it burns 2 Air gap The air gap ensures that condensation...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Hotpoint alert Hotpoint has urged owners of its fridge-freezers to check their model numbers for safety reasons after one of the brand’s models was identified as the initial cause of the Grenfell Tower fire. A spokesman said Hotpoint was working with the authorities...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Families distressed by slow identification procedure Anger over how the Grenfell Tower death toll has been handled, and the time taken to formally identify those who have died, has led to speculation that the number of deaths could be far higher than the official figure of 79. The Metropolitan police...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Hotels assessed The UK’s largest hotel group, Premier Inn, is reviewing the safety of its buildings amid fears that cladding used on some properties does not meet safety regulations. Premier Inn, which has more than 700 hotels, said three of its properties – in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Some family history can only be heard in the dead silences
Toilets and death metal had only been the warm-up acts during Ed Miliband’s week standing in for Jeremy Vine on Radio 2. Now for the headliner: the reunion with his brother, David. Even if it was a reunion at 3,000 miles. No need after all for the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Miliband’s greatest hits “Does your long-haired dog suffer in the heat?” “Would you like to become a detention specialist in a Devon school?” “Do you have a vintage toilet you’d be willing to flush live on air?” With Ed Miliband’s days of questioning David Cameron behind him,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Man in court on terror-linked murder charge after van attack
A man appeared in court yesterday charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder after the van attack in Finsbury Park that left one person dead and other Muslim worshippers injured. Darren Osborne, 47, was unshaven and had the remnants of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Synod to debate state of nation in light of recent turmoil
The leaders of the Church of England have called for an urgent debate on the state of the country after recent terror attacks, the Grenfell Tower fire and the inconclusive general election outcome, saying this is a “critical time in the nation’s...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Cost cutting at CAA has raised risk of air accident, says report
Cost-cutting and overstretched staff at the Civil Aviation Authority have increased the risk of air accidents in Britain, according to a leaked internal report drafted by the air safety regulator but never released. Inspectors at the CAA, which...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Police warning over ability to cope with riots Police would face “real challenges” tackling a repeat of the 2011 riots following years of budget cuts, one of Britain’s most senior officers has warned. A series of major incidents in recent weeks have laid bare the strains faced by forces under...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Nostalgia and streaming fuel TV’s taste for a reboot
“Hello! This must feel like deja vu. But that’s television for you. Same thing. Slightly different faces.” Thus did Richard Ayoade open Channel 4’s reboot of its cult 1990s hit The Crystal Maze. The new presenter, as brilliantly deadpan and subtly...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Maybot’s spoiler alert: it’s not that staircase, actually John Crace’s digested week
Monday Call it a difference of styles. The first meeting between Theresa May and the Irish taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, had been scheduled to last for two hours but because of the Finsbury Park terror attack it was curtailed to just over 30 minutes. Even...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Grieving families prepare for Camber inquest
On a day when the mercury tipped 28C and there was barely a cloud in the sky, beach lovers flocked to Camber Sands, near Rye in East Sussex. Making their way past the stalls selling beachballs, buckets, spades and inflatable fish, few glanced at a sign...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Trump names New York Jets owner as the ambassador to Britain Woody Johnson, a billionaire investor turned owner of a National Football League team, is to be nominated by Donald Trump as the new US ambassador to Britain, the White House has confirmed. Confirming the long-running rumour that Johnson would be put...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Merkel tells PM: Brexit talks not an EU priority
The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, warned Theresa May yesterday that the EU would not allow itself to be consumed by the Brexit negotiations, as the British prime minister’s offer on citizens’ rights was dismissed by Europe’s leaders as vague and...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: May ‘blocked unilateral offer on rights’ last June
Theresa May was the sole cabinet minister to block a unilateral offer to EU citizens that they could remain in Britain in the days following the referendum, according to an editorial in the London Evening Standard. The paper, edited by the former...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: 3.5m The number of EU citizens living in the UK. Theresa May claimed that she was offering them ‘fair and serious’ protection of their residency rights... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: ‘We won’t see families split apart’
Theresa May has hinted at a compromise over protecting the rights of EU citizens in the UK, suggesting they could be guaranteed in the international court in The Hague. The UK will publish the full details of what May has called a “fair and serious...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Furious reaction to ‘pathetic’ plan
EU citizens living in Britain have branded Theresa May’s offer to guarantee their rights to remain in the country after Brexit pathetic and anything but “fair and serious”. A group representing Britons in Europe as well as EU citizens in the UK met...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Laser labelling creates perfect hipster brunch
They’ve been smashed, scooped, sliced and blended. Now they’re being tattooed. Fruit supplier Mack, based in Kent, handles 1.3m avocados a week for UK retailers, and is testing a Spanish-developed machine for labelling fruit destined for Marks &...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Quarter of rivers in England may run dry – WWF A quarter of England’s rivers could run dry, with devastating consequences for wildlife, according to data obtained by WWF under freedom of information rules. Fish are obviously affected when rivers slow to a trickle, especially those that migrate...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Hospital and Sun settle Grenfell fire dispute King’s College hospital has withdrawn a complaint against the Sun alleging that a reporter from the newspaper impersonated a friend of an injured victim of the Grenfell Tower fire in order to get an interview with him. The hospital said last week that...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Bolts on in Bolton
Some of the 676 children who set a world record in Bolton yesterday for the most people dressed as Harry Potter in one gathering Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: MP’s children unveil plaque they designed
The murdered MP Jo Cox, pictured above, is to be honoured by having a coat of arms unveiled in parliament by her two children today. Cuillin, six, and Lejla, four, designed the memorial plaque, which will be installed in the Commons chamber as part of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Man jailed for trying to import ‘child sex’ doll A man who tried to import a childlike sex doll has been jailed in what is thought to be one of the first prosecutions of its kind in the UK. Andrew Dobson, 49, was sentenced at Chester crown court yesterday to two years and eight months after pleading...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: NATIONAL: Deep clean to tackle bad air and bacteria on tube Industrial vacuum cleaners and magnetic wands are to be used to rid the London undergound of eight of the most dangerous superbugs. Cleaning of the capital’s tube network will be stepped up each night over the summer to remove metal particles, dust,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: PROFILE: Actor who escaped family’s journalist tradition - only to end up as Murdoch
As the son, grandson and great-grandson of admired British newspaper reporters, Bertie Carvel was at high risk of ending up in journalism. He ran from the family tree by going to drama school, but blood has a way of coming out and Carvel will next week...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: PROFILE: Potted profile
Born 6 September 1977 Career Joined the drama society at Sussex University, where he gained a first class honours degree in English. He then won scholarships to Rada, graduating in 2003. He found his break-out roles in family shows – Coram Boy at the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Saudis demand Qatar shut down al-Jazeera as Gulf crisis escalates
Saudi Arabia and its allies have issued a 13point ultimatum to Qatar as the price for lifting a two-week trade and diplomatic embargo, in an escalation of the Gulf’s worst diplomatic row in decades. The list includes demands that Doha close the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Private deals with Riyadh go back for decades
Donald Trump’s decision to back the blockade of Qatar – even as US diplomats have sharply criticised the embargo – follows decades of private business dealings by the president with the countries leading the charge against the small Gulf...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Most watched – and loathed
Al-Jazeera has grown to become the most-watched broadcaster in the Arab world since it launched as al-Jazeera Arabic in 1996, and claims to broadcast to more than 310m households in more than 100 countries. The broadcaster rose to global prominence...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 10 Qatar would have to agree to annual monitoring for a decade to ensure it was complying with the Saudi-led alliance’s list of demands... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: President and Pentagon fuel confusion
The crisis created by the ultimatum delivered to Qatar by the Saudi-led Gulf coalition has been deepened by mixed messages coming from Washington. While Donald Trump has declared himself wholeheartedly behind the blockade on Qatar, the US state and...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Conflict that leaves the dead uncounted
The news spreads fast during the day. The raiders are coming. Two columns of fighters, each thousands strong, armed with assault rifles. “We will fight them. We will take our guns and defend ourselves,” says Simon Logocho, a stallholder in a scruffy...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: North Korea accuses US of smears over claims student was tortured
North Korea has accused the US of conducting a smear campaign against the regime over Otto Warmbier, an American student who was sent home in a coma after 17 months in prison. The 22-year-old, who died on Monday just over a week after being flown home...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: New chief will not act over kidnapped Hong Kong booksellers
The kidnapping and detention of a group of Hong Kong booksellers by Chinese agents is of no concern to the city’s government, its new leader has said. Five booksellers associated with Hong Kong-based Mighty Current publishing were detained two years...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Poles investigate as show calls pope ‘defender of paedophiles’ ‘I wanted the building to fly’: Piano’s seafront art gallery opens in Santander
The producers of a play in Poland are being investigated by state prosecutors over allegations that they are inciting the audience to murder. The Curse (Klątwa) is being staged at Teatr Powszechny in Warsaw and is directed by Oliver Frljić, a Croatian...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: London under new pressure from Europe over €1tn-a-day euro clearing business
London is facing renewed pressure over its dominance of the €1tn-a-day (£880bn) euro clearing market after the European Central Bank set out proposals aimed at giving it more oversight of the lucrative business. The move by the Frankfurt-based ECB –...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: Shopkeepers ready for fight as Sainsbury’s eyes up Nisa Independent shopkeepers in the Nisa convenience chain are mobilising in an attempt to block a potential £130m takeover by Sainsbury’s. Britain’s second largest supermarket group has started due diligence on member-owned Nisa, which sources groceries...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: Clearing clash
Euro-denominated clearing refers to the trade of financial products, such as derivatives, that are priced in euros. Clearing houses act as the buyer and seller in these trades. They agree to take on the risk of a default – on behalf of the actual...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: Newest diesel cars fail to meet NOx emissions standards on the road
The latest diesel car models are failing to meet pollution limits when on the road, just three months before stricter tests are introduced. Results of independent tests show that none of six new 2017 diesel cars met the EU standard for toxic nitrogen...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: Watchdog tells online gambling firms to play fair The online gambling industry is facing a clampdown after the UK competition watchdog accused companies of treating customers unfairly and potentially breaking consumer law. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said gamblers were not getting the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: Door-to-door fashion: retail delivery site has designs on overtaking luxury rivals
First it lured Natalie Massenet, the queen of online luxury retail, then it teamed up with the fashion bible Vogue and now it has won a multimillion pound investment from China’s biggest retailer: London-based fashion website Farfetch has rapidly gone...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: 14% The proportion of luxury sales projected to be made online within five years – double today’s level... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: 90 The delivery time in minutes on offer to Gucci shoppers in 10 cities around the world if they use Farfetch... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: FINANCIAL: 700 The number of exclusive fashion boutiques linked with shoppers in 40 countries via Farfetch’s website... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL: Fifty Shades of Grey earned half a billion dollars, but fights with the writer meant director Sam Taylor-Johnson paid a high personal price. Now she just wants to do something so good that people will forget she ever made it
Sam Taylor-Johnson perches in a sun-dappled corner of a Los Angeles hotel terrace and asks the waiter for an oatmeal cookie. He brings a plate of chocolate ones – there’s no oatmeal. They look delicious, but she sends them back. “I just fancied...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: OPINION: A Finsbury Park alley that evokes grief, love and a long migrant history Ian Jack
Whadcoat Street, which hardly merits the latter word, is a strange little appendage to one of the busiest highways in north London. A cul-de-sac that strikes north from Seven Sisters Road roughly opposite the old Astoria cinema, later the Rainbow,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: OPINION: Whisper it, but Europe and Turkey are talking again Natalie Nougayrède
Remember how, during the Brexit referendum campaign, voters were told that “millions of Turks” would swamp Europe and Britain if it didn’t get out? Government ministers went on TV to say Turkey’s accession to the EU was just on the horizon, as a result...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: OPINION: No escape to Mars For science fiction writers ranged across the astronomical distance that separates Edgar Rice Burroughs and Kim Stanley Robinson, Mars has been a theatre of dreams, variously realistic. Now the tech billionaires Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are competing...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: OPINION: Can Brexit be stopped? The answer is in our hands
One year on, the political weather has changed and suddenly a once unthinkable question can be asked: might Brexit be stopped? The obvious shift is in the power of a government whose animating mission was meant to be British departure from the European...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: OPINION: Jailing Barclays top brass would be too little, too late If you had told people in the City at the height of the financial crash in 2008 that it would take almost nine years for the first top bankers to face prosecution, few would have believed you. If you had then said that this first prosecution would...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: The long struggle for the right to speak the UK’s other languages The establishment of Welsh-medium education is a longstanding campaign driven by parental pressure (Welsh-only teaching – a political tool that harms children?, 20 June). The first school was opened by parents in 1956; many others followed. But...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: Some cross words about cryptic clues Richard Walker (Letters, 22 June) argues that all of your cryptic crosswords should be brought down to the level of the least difficult – on the principle of “for the many, not the few”. But that rallying cry does not mean levelling down, it means...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: Labour did well and can do even better Martin Kettle’s piece on the electoral support Labour has yet to win (Corbyn’s Labour has done well. To win power it needs to do far better, 23 June) follows the Ipsos-Mori analysis on how the country voted. There is no doubt Jeremy Corbyn energised a...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: It’s the time for a-changin’ lyrics How to reconcile weak wage growth with low unemployment (Editorial, 23 June)? The answer is a ready supply of cheap migrant labour. Continued dependence on migrants rules out a living wage and ultimately the welfare state. Yugo Kovach Winterborne...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: Corrections and clarifications • An article (Frantic race to test panels on suspect towers, 23 June, page 1) said that a building in Havering had been identified as having the same sort of cladding as Grenfell Tower – aluminium panels with a polyethylene core. That should have said...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: Mail and alt-right put lefties in firing line So the Mail responded “with both barrels” (Letters, June 23). That triggerhappy metaphor says it all. Lefties don’t reach for their guns or express “hatred” against others, they use satirical cartoons and mild rebukes. The increasing numbers of death...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL LETTERS: Banks can help protect world heritage sites Even protected Unesco world heritage sites – some of the most incredible places on earth – are threatened by decisions being made by banks (Report, 22 June). Almost half of those listed for their natural values are threatened by harmful industrial...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OPINION: Boris Johnson, David ‘bra size’ Davis or old chestnut Fox? Place your bets
There is some dispute as to who first described the male libido as like being chained to a madman. Certainly, Kingsley Amis described the eventual loss of his as a relief: “For 50 years, it was like being chained to an idiot.” For Britain, no such...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OPINION: Boys in skirts have taught us all a lesson
Devising ways to assert autonomy is at the heart of the condition of being human. It is a powerful and necessary instinct and the more that it involves subverting authority, the more beguiling the challenge. From that point of view, the 30 boys at Isca...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Dai Morgan Evans
In 2010 the archaeologist Dai Morgan Evans, who has died aged 73 after suffering from cancer, designed a replica Roman villa in Wroxeter, near Shrewsbury, and advised six craftsmen on how to build it. The project, shown on the Channel 4 TV series Rome...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Other lives
Wilhelmina Lockwood My mother, Wilhelmina Lockwood, who has died aged 92, was a doctor who survived Japanese internment and then made a life for herself in rural England. She was born a twin in Indonesia to a Dutch father, Cornelius Pieter Mom, a...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Dina Merrill
There has seldom been more closeness between an acting career and a lifestyle than that of Dina Merrill, who has died aged 93. As an heiress, socialite and philanthropist, Merrill had little trouble portraying upper-crust women in films and television....... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Padraig Mac Miadhachain
My friend the artist Padraig Mac Miadhachain, who has died aged 88, lived most of his life in Swanage, Dorset, but had a long association with St Ives, where he had a studio and was a member of the Penwith Society of Arts. Paddy travelled widely in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Margaret Power
My friend Margaret Power, who has died at the age of 90, was a ceramicist and art teacher who made fantastical creatures, such as camels, birds and angels, out of clay. She inspired others to create with confidence even when there were few materials...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Maslanka’s answers
Pyrgic puzzles: 1 I think we’ve run into the occasional teenager being offensive; but surely none has been used as an offensive weapon. It is easy to recast this as the less transgressive “Two teenagers and a 24-year-old man armed with an axe …” but...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Birthdays
Today’s birthdays: Dame Elish Angiolini, former Scottish lord advocate, 57; Jeff Beck, blues and rock guitarist, 73; Colin Blunstone, singer and songwriter, 72; Stuart Broad, cricketer, 31; Arthur Brown, singer, 75; Nancy Cartwright, professor of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: JOURNAL OBITUARIES: Letter Giles Oakley writes: I first met the economist Robin Murray (obituary, 23 June) in 1988, when he gave invaluable assistance to an Open Space documentary I was producing for BBC2 about the coercive, exploitative and low-quality nature of the Employment...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: REVIEWS THE CRITICS: Stop him – you’ve heard these ones before Brian Logan
‘I’m jealous of bands,” Jimmy Carr told the NME when his current tour was conceived, 18 months ago. “You go and see a band, and they knock out the hits. And you think: I wish I could do that …” It turns out he could: he’s now deep into a tour entitled...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: REVIEWS THE CRITICS: Action Jack swaps his Glock for a guitar in a performance of grizzled grandeur
Jack Bauer swaps against-the-bomb-timer assassination thwarting for country music? Excuse us if we don’t yeehaw to the rooftops. Russell Crowe, Keanu Reeves, Kevin Bacon, Bruce Willis and Johnny Depp have collectively set the bar for tradleaning...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: REVIEWS THE CRITICS: Ayoade leads a nation down a merry maze of nostalgia
And so the reboot of the 1990s continues. Twin Peaks, Blind Date, now The Crystal Maze (Channel 4). Next thing you know, there’ll be a new Labour government, and a new dawn. Things can only get better ... Anyway, Richard Ayoade is the new Richard...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: A week in the life … the landlords who have agreed to live like their tenants
Linda is 66, lives alone and sets her alarm for 4.30am to start work as a carer for children with special needs. She has taken on three jobs a week, despite being close to pensionable age, to earn enough to pay the £950 rent on her two-bed flat in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: Fees ban and deposit cap proposed Landlords and letting agents will only be able to demand a deposit equal to one month’s rent when tenants move into a new property, if the tenants’ fees bill proposed in the Queen’s speech this week gets the go-ahead. The government also brought...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY TRAVEL SPECIAL: How to avoid the add-ons that can double the cost of your holiday car hire
Greece and Portugal are the priciest places to hire a car this summer, while Florida is the cheapest, according to a survey of holiday hotspots. Research also revealed just how much the various add-ons – from child seats and satnavs to the rental...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY TRAVEL SPECIAL: The best cards for use abroad
A new report claims consumers are being “fleeced” to the tune of more than £5bn a year by making bad currency decisions, writes Rupert Jones. Yesterday’s release by currency firm FairFX says this includes £190m in ATM fees for withdrawing cash abroad,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: BA ruined our break – but it won’t pay out!
Afamily of six who lost their holiday to Portugal after the British Airways meltdown are still out of pocket, because neither the airline nor their travel insurer will pay out for the villa they were forced to abandon. The family’s fight for...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: Who will meet a claim While the Post Office has rebuffed the Warren family’s claim, it appears that several other travel insurers would have covered the cost of their villa. Many policies do not cover “consequential losses” – ie, non-refundable hotels/villas, car hire etc,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: In my humble opinion …
• Why do people conclude that a sentient animal should be kept as a pet for a six-year-old? Bring your child up to value and respect living things in their natural environment and resist capitulating to their demands. Spend time with them and engage in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: Do you read your meter – or is it reading you?
They are the mini-computers being installed in 30m UK homes and businesses in an £11bn programme that will allow the energy companies to remotely monitor our gas and electricity usage. But could smart meters also become the new spies in our homes,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY: Home and away
Home Earlston, Scottish Borders This is the more affordable part of a large estate being parcelled off in lots. It’s a goodly helping for the price – a pair of two-bedroom Victorian cottages, a clock tower with dovecote and a stone stable block. If...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY HOUSING: Frustrated homebuyers in a fight to the finish with Bovis
At the Bovis annual meeting in May the chairman, Ian Tyler, apologised to homebuyers for “letting them down” and admitted the company had been cutting corners to reach ambitious targets. Quality and customer service had suffered in the past two years,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY CONSUMER CHAMPIONS: The weekly column that fights for your rights
I made an international transfer of £792 in euros to a friend using the Barclays Pingit mobile payment service on 18 May. My friend has still not received the money, though it has left my account and on the Pingit app it shows as having been paid. I...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MONEY DEAR JEREMY: Problems at work? Our agony uncle – and you the readers – have the answers
My partner began a degree in PE and education but never completed it, partly because the course wasn’t right for him. After travelling abroad and doing a series of seemingly random jobs, he is back in the UK and working in an engineering job, which...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MEMBERSHIP: Brexit Shorts Voices from a divided Britain
Ayear on from last summer’s Brexit vote, with official divorce talks only just beginning, the Guardian continues to ask vital questions about the UK’s future. But it’s also important that we keep examining why Britain became the first country to break...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: MEMBERSHIP: The films that changed my view on... the mood pre-EU vote
John Harris’s Anywhere but Westminster series is, and has always been, brilliant journalism. Armed with a video camera and plenty of curiosity, Harris and John Domokos go in search of the UK’s “real politics”, away from the chatter of Westminster. I...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Guardian cryptic crossword Across 7 Criminal must lie, covering up a sham (8) 9 Broadcast Mass in French for people in service (6) 10 Axes keep paint evenly off the wall (4) 11 Look after water supply in Scottish club (10) 12 Orca about 45 inches back in the drink (6) 14 Way to...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Country Diary Where have the ravens on Raven Crag gone? I ask, scrutinising the baby Matterhorn on Fleetwith Pike from Gatesgarth Farm at the head of Buttermere. “Honister Crag is where,” answers Willie Richardson. “Oh, and Haystacks,” the retired shepherd adds,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Wordplay Wordpool In each case find the correct definition: STIBIAL a) related to stunted growth b) anti-money c) like an antinomy d) resembling antimony BOÖPS a) forename of one of two species of fish b) anomaly within the band-gap of a 3D semiconductor c)...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Futoshiki Futoshiki Fill in the grid so that every row and column contains the numbers 1-5. The “greater than” or “less than” signs indicate where a number is larger or smaller than its neighbour.... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Killer Killer As above, except the numbers in the cells contained within dotted lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by dotted lines.... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Sudoku classic Sudoku Fill in the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1-9. Gone wrong? Start again at: theguardian. com/sudoku Get more Sudoku puzzles on your mobile phone and compete in the Sudoku league. Text Sudoku to 80806...... Pubdate:

24/06/2017: WEATHER & CROSSWORD: Pyrgic puzzles 1 Pedanticus has taken to reading the international press on the rather optimistic grounds that the English might be better. But he was quite upset to read: “A 24-year-old man armed with an axe and two teenagers allegedly robbed a woman on a...... Pubdate:








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