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21/07/2017: FRONT PAGE: Free movement may go on until 2023, ministers accept
The cabinet has accepted that the free movement of people for up to four years after Britain leaves the European Union will be part of a Brexit transition deal, according to a senior cabinet source. As the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FRONT PAGE: Mother sues daughter’s school over face veil ban A Muslim mother has launched legal action against her daughter’s school after being told she could not wear a face veil while visiting the premises. Rachida Serroukh, 37, a single mother of three daughters, has begun a discrimination test case against...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS: Football coach denies sexual abuse charges The former Southampton youth coach Bob Higgins has appeared before magistrates charged with 65 sexual abuse offences against boys as young as 12. Higgins, 64, was accused of 63 indecent assaults and two attempted indecent assaults between 1970 and...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS: OJ Simpson given parole after nine years
OJ Simpson, the former NFL star famously acquitted of murder, has been granted parole and is expected to walk free in October after spending nine years in prison for a botched robbery attempt. “I am sorry things turned out the way they did,” Simpson,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS: Nasa seeks talented folders to pack essential kit for missions to space
If you know your crane from your bishop’s mitre, Nasa needs you. The space agency is launching a challenge to crowdsource origami-inspired ideas for a foldable radiation shield to protect spacecraft and astronauts on missions into deep space. With the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Police record largest annual increase in crime for decade, as officer numbers fall
Police-recorded crime has risen by 10% across England and Wales – the largest annual rise for a decade – according to the Office for National Statistics. The latest official crime figures for the 12 months to March also show an 18% rise in violent...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Boots faces boycott over high cost of morningafter pills
There have been calls for a boycott of Boots after the chemist refused to lower the cost of the morning-after pill for fear it would encourage over-use. Rivals Tesco and Superdrug halved the price of the emergency contraceptive following a campaign by...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Figures add up to trouble for May and Rudd The police-recorded crime figures published yesterday, which show accelerating doubledigit rises across England and Wales, spell serious political trouble for Theresa May and her home secretary, Amber Rudd. When it came to crime, May was a lucky home...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Roll back the rug, BBC brings back prime-time music
The BBC is to launch a new Top of the Pops-style music show more than 11 years after it axed its main pop programme. The corporation has announced that a six-part music series will be broadcast live this autumn on BBC1 and feature performances from...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Linkin Park singer found dead at his home
The lead singer of the band Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, has died, police in Los Angeles said last night. His death at his home in Palos Verdes Estates in Los Angeles County at approximately 9am local time yesterday was confirmed by the Los Angles...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Sales fall as home bakers run out of dough
Britain’s home-baking boom may be running out of steam, just as Channel 4 prepares to relaunch one of the principle catalysts, The Great British Bake Off. Supermarket sales of baking ingredients fell 3.8% in the year to the end of March, according to...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/GRENFELL AFTERMATH: Cladding cost less than two houses sold by council
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) last year raised more money from the sale of two council houses in the rich south of the borough than it spent on the devastated Grenfell Tower’s new cladding, financial records obtained by the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/GRENFELL AFTERMATH: Police investigation seeks help from 9/11 experts to help identify victims of disaster Police investigating the Grenfell Tower fire have turned to US experts who investigated the remains of the World Trade Center after 9/11 to help identify victims of the disaster. The Metropolitan police’s deputy commissioner, Craig Mackey, said the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/GRENFELL AFTERMATH: Closed school moves to temporary site A temporary secondary school complete with dance studio, art rooms and science labs is being built to house pupils whose academy at the base of Grenfell Tower has been closed since the fire. The Kensington Aldridge academy (KAA) is relocating to a new...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/GRENFELL AFTERMATH: £274m RBKC’s ‘usable reserves’. It raised £8m from selling council homes last year and earns £11m a year from leasing property... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Fury as soaring cost halts electrification
Plans to make the railway network faster, greener and cleaner by electrifying lines have been scrapped by the government after huge budget overruns, prompting fury at “years of broken promises”. Proposals to modernise the line from Cardiff to Swansea,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Woman who posed as man to con friend into sex jailed after retrial
A woman who pretended to be a man to dupe her female friend into having sex has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison after a retrial. Gayle Newland, 27, was convicted in September 2015 and sentenced to eight years, but freed on appeal last...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: TSB to offer iris recognition on mobile banking app
TSB is to introduce iris recognition as a way for customers to unlock its mobile app and access their accounts, making it the first bank in Europe to use this form of biometric technology. From September, TSB customers with a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: BBC ‘putting good offer’ to Maitlis after she failed to make list of best paid
Emily Maitlis has been offered a new contract by the BBC as the corporation battles the fallout from the publication of a list revealing its best paid stars, which did not include the Newsnight presenter and was dominated by white men. Maitlis has...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Third of stars could be hidden from next pay list More than a third of the BBC’s top earners could disappear from the list of stars earning £150,000 or more next year, meaning that monitoring the gender pay gap at the corporation will become more difficult. Top earners including Claudia Winkleman,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Culture secretary keeps Murdoch waiting over £11.7bn bid to buy Sky
Rupert Murdoch’s bid to take full control of Sky has been dealt a blow after the culture secretary said she needed more time to deliberate before calling in the competition regulator after being inundated with tens of thousands of submissions opposing...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: ‘I threatened to resign’ Sue Cooke reveals her experience of the pay disparity in the 1990s: “When I was presenting Crimewatch, I was told Nick Ross was earning a hell of a lot more than I was and we were doing the same job. We had started at the same time and had a very...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: £850,000
Graham Norton’s pay from the BBC last year but it does not include earnings from his independently made chatshow... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/BREXIT: Barnier infuriated as Davis stays vague
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has warned the British government that it must make clear its opening position on the divorce bill this summer for progress to be made on a wider deal. Following what the UK Brexit secretary, David...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/BREXIT: ‘Easiest deal in history’
Liam Fox has said a post-Brexit free trade deal with the EU should be the “easiest in human history” – but insisted that the UK could survive without one. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme yesterday, the international trade secretary said:...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/BREXIT: It’s hard to second guess a man who doesn’t have the first clue
More than half an hour later than planned, Michel Barnier and David Davis walked into the lecture theatre to give their joint press conference to mark the end of the latest round of Brexit negotiations in Brussels. The extra time didn’t appear to have...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/BREXIT: View from Europe ‘This is a serious negative’ British citizens living in the EU say they will suffer if negotiators from Britain and Brussels don’t settle their differences over the rights of citizens to live and work across the continent. The EU had offered to allow the 1.2 million Britons...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NEWS/BREXIT: Stepping out, not aside Theresa May is taking three weeks of holiday in northern Italy and Switzerland this summer, without naming a cabinet minister to be in charge during her lengthy absence from No 10. The prime minister will travel to Italy on Monday for around five...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Jane Austen library seeks fortune, and to be universally acknowledged
“Money,” says Marianne Dashwood, the sister who flies the flag for “sensibility” in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, “can only give happiness where there is nothing else to give it.” But staff at Chawton House Library, in the “great house”...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Clashes increase between activists and guards at Cuadrilla fracking site
Tensions are high at Britain’s most highprofile fracking site after a rise in violent clashes between protesters, security guards and the police. One demonstrator said she had been left unconscious following a “pretty brutal” scuffle with security...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: ‘Greatest living author’
Andrea Leadsom prompted laughs from MPs yesterday when she praised Jane Austen as one of the “our greatest living authors”. The former Tory leadership candidate, now leader of the Commons, was speaking a few days after the 200th anniversary of Austen’s...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: £ 7 m Sum in grants the house is seeking to become a ‘literary landmark’, in addition to the £150,000 appeal... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: 65% Proportion of the house’s operating costs previously covered by a US philanthropist, Sandy Lerner... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Care failings contributed to mentally ill woman’s death in jail, inquest finds
A jury at the inquest of Sarah Reed, a mentally ill prisoner at HMP Holloway who killed herself at the jail last year, has identified serious shortcomings in her care. Reed was in prison awaiting medical reports about whether she was mentally fit to...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Government issues dozens of documents as MPs head off
Theresa May has been accused of an “absolute affront” to parliament after dumping dozens of official documents online on parliament’s last day of term. Among them are files showing the police force has dropped to a 30-year low and the number of...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Diana’s room: palace tribute to princess reveals her musical taste
Cassette tapes ranging from George Michael to Pavarotti that once belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales will be on display among gold and silver treasures at Buckingham Palace this summer. The exhibition, which opens tomorrow, recreates part of the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Dealers dipping cigarettes in spice to avoid detection
Drug dealers are finding “innovative” ways of circumventing a police crackdown on the sale of the banned drug spice, according to drug experts. Academics at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) who are researching the rise of the drug and local...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Glasgow to host first Anglican same-sex marriage in UK The first same-sex marriage at an Anglican church in the UK is expected to take place in Glasgow this summer. St Mary’s Cathedral has become the first in the country to be given permission to conduct gay weddings, a month after the Scottish Episcopal...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Plans to let students sue over inadequate teaching
The government is considering the introduction of legally binding contracts that would allow students to sue their university if it failed to deliver on its promises. The contract would set out what students should expect in terms of contact time, the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Kilimanjaro climber, 33, found guilty of benefits fraud
A man from south Wales has been found guilty of fraud after climbing Kilimanjaro and competing in the Phoenix Winter Games while claiming thousands of pounds in disability benefits. Mark Lloyd, 33, said he had a slipped disc that meant walking even...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL/LIB DEMS: Farron: Brexit election strategy was my call
Tim Farron had braced himself to “go down with the ship” in the final days of the general election campaign, as private Liberal Democrat polling showed his party could be left with just three seats – excluding his own. As he prepared to step down in...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL/LIB DEMS: Cable in pledge on EU vote after being named as party leader
Sir Vince Cable has pledged to offer an “exit from Brexit” as the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, signalling he will continue to push his party’s demand for a second referendum on EU membership. The 74-year-old former business secretary was the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Iranian artist barred from Edinburgh festival after ‘Kafkaesque’ visa refusal
An acclaimed Iranian illustrator has been denied a visa to attend the Edinburgh international book festival for what he describes as “Kafkaesque” reasons, amid growing criticism of the UK’s handling of visas for Iranians. Ehsan Abdollahi was due to...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: NATIONAL: Judiciary ‘too slow in hiring minority-ethnic judges’
The most senior judge in England and Wales has expressed concern at the slow recruitment of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) judges. As the new judicial diversity statistics were released yesterday, John Thomas, the lord chief justice, said the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: President’s supporters stand firm and tune out media criticism
Wayne Bisher, a former lifelong Democrat, says he looks forward to voting for a Democrat for president again someday. But when he heard Donald Trump’s message on the campaign trail last year, promising to protect American manufacturing and control...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: US attorney general brushes off criticism The US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, has insisted he will continue in his job “as long as that is appropriate”, despite a barrage of criticism from Donald Trump. Trump said in an interview published on Wednesday that he regretted making him...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: McCain operated on
John McCain, 80, the Arizona senator and former Republican presidential candidate, has been diagnosed with brain cancer. A glioblastoma was removed with a blood clot at the Mayo Clinic last Friday, a spokesperson said. The senator was said to be...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Xanda, son of Cecil the lion, killed by hunters two years after father
A son of Cecil the lion has been killed by trophy hunters in Zimbabwe, meeting the same fate as his father, whose death in 2015 caused a global outcry. Xanda was six years old and had fathered a number of cubs himself. He was shot on 7 July just...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Analysis How Macron came down to earth
When Emmanuel Macron donned an air force uniform and boarded a military jet yesterday, stressing his respect for the armed forces, it was his first big damage limitation exercise. While the French president has spent recent weeks polishing his...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 550 The lion population in Zimbabwe’s Hwange national park, spread over 15,000 sq km. There are only about 20,000 African lions left in the world... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Congolese president earns fortune from business network
The president clinging to power in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and his family have a vast network of businesses reaching into almost every sector of the country’s economy that are thought to have generated hundreds of millions of dollars in...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Pangolins face extinction from poaching
The true scale of the slaughter of pangolins in Africa has been revealed by new research showing that millions of the scaly mammals are being killed each year. The pangolin was already known to be the world’s most trafficked wild mammal, with at least...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Polish vote on judiciary ‘a step back in time’ – Tusk Poland’s rightwing government has been accused of dragging the country back in time by the president of the European council, as Polish ministers moved a step closer to taking control of the judiciary. Donald Tusk, a former Polish prime minister, said...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Surreal scene as fortune teller has Dalí exhumed The remains of Salvador Dalí were exhumed last night, 28 years after his death, to help settle a long-running paternity claim from a 61-year-old fortune teller who insists she is the Spanish artist’s only child. Dalí, who died in 1989, is buried in a...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Liquid assets: Cancún plan to insure coral reef
A coral reef off the Yucatán coast in Mexico, above, is a testing ground for an idea that may protect fragile environments globally: insurance. The reef off Cancún is the first to be protected under an insurance scheme in which premiums are paid by...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Cubans’ struggle to enter US halted at Mexico border Ana and Víctor arrived worn out and weary on an early morning bus and made their way to the bridge across the Rio Grande into Texas. The Cuban couple headed for the US immigration offices, where they planned to apply for political asylum. But border...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Google waits to hear if ‘right to be forgotten’ rule applies outside EU
The European court of justice is set to rule on a landmark case over whether the “right to be forgotten” can and should stretch beyond the EU’s borders. It will be the final step in a three-year legal battle between Google and France to determine how...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Berlin starts to talk tough after Turkey arrests German activist
Germany’s foreign minister has announced a significant “reorientation” of its policy towards Turkey after a human rights activist became the latest German citizen to be detained for alleged terrorist activity. “We need our policies towards Turkey to...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Liu Xia is free – now go away, say agents posted at her flat
Chinese authorities claim Liu Xia is a free woman. But one week after the death of her husband, the Nobel laureate and democracy activist Liu Xiaobo, a visit to the couple’s Beijing home immediately gives the lie to that claim. Within seconds of...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Merged airline hit by Franco-Dutch staff hostility A clash of national cultures and an inability to understand each other’s languages threaten to make the merged Air France-KLM group of airlines unmanageable, according to a leaked internal report. French staff in the Franco-Dutch company complain...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: More violence feared as strike shuts down Caracas Venezuela is braced for an escalation of the confrontation between the government and the opposition after the country awoke yesterday to near paralysis amid a general strike called by opponents of President Nicolas Maduro. The capital, Caracas, was...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 13 Years since the airline group was formed by the merger of the national flag carriers of France and the Netherlands on 5 May 2004... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: MPs turned away from ticket seller Viagogo’s ‘secret’ office
Two MPs were threatened with arrest yesterday when they attempted to “doorstep” the bosses of Viagogo at the controversial ticket resale company’s “secret” offices in central London. The Conservative MP Nigel Adams and Labour’s Sharon Hodgson said...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Ashley names finance director after profits fall
Mike Ashley insists Sports Direct is on track to become the “Selfridges of sport” in spite of reporting a near 60% dive in annual profits. Underlying profits before tax at the sportswear chain slumped by 58.7% from £275.2m to £113.7m in the year to...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Hundreds more companies liquidated in recruitment industry tax avoidance scheme An aggressive tax avoidance scheme, linked to one of the recruitment industry’s most high-profile names, is liquidating hundreds more companies, according to filings made after a Guardian investigation exposed how the exchequer could lose millions. It...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Summer clothing drives rise in retail sales
Retail sales rebounded in June as the sunny weather put consumers in the mood to update their summer wardrobes. Sales rose by 0.6% last month, beating the 0.4% increase forecast by economists after a sharp 1.1% drop in May, according to the Office for...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Family sell £92m stake in fashion chain Quiz
The Glaswegians behind the fast-growing fashion chain Quiz are now among Scotland’s richest families after selling a £92m stake in a business investors hope will be the next Boohoo. The high street chain is set to be valued at £200m when it floats on...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Austerity boost for Premier’s own-label products The trend among shoppers to switch to cheaper non-branded products as household budgets come under mounting pressure has been underlined by a 9% leap in sales of own-label groceries produced by the food group Premier Foods over the past three...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: 6% The year-on-year rise in supermarkets’ ownlabel sales, according to research by Kantar Worldpanel. Sales of branded products edged up only 0.6%... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: SSE blames competitive energy market as more customers switch to other suppliers
SSE lost nearly a quarter of a million customers in the three months to June as the UK’s second-biggest energy supplier warned it faced “complex challenges”. The exodus of 230,000 customers means the group is losing accounts at a faster rate, after...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Tax relief proves a £751m hit with UK creative industries
The government paid almost £600m in tax relief last year to the makers of blockbusters such as Star Wars, and other films including Baby Driver and T2 Trainspotting, as well as big-budget TV series such as The Crown. The payouts were part of £751m...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Ashley still baffles
Skip over a few details in Sports Direct’s full-year results statement and you could almost think its founder and chief executive, Mike Ashley, wants to turn the business into a conventional public company a decade after its arrival on the stock...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: British Gas to pay out over missed appointments British Gas is to pay £1.1m to compensate customers after its agents missed appointments, breaching industry standards. The energy firm will make the payments to domestic and micro-business customers after its third-party agents missed appointments or...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: FINANCIAL: Energy flow 230,000 Number of customers who moved their energy account from SSE to another supplier in the three months to June 41% Proportion of consumers switching energy suppliers who moved from one of the big six to a smaller company £2.9m The...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Why the moaning? If anything can halt the fat cats, it’s Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn is not the first leader of the Labour party to have form as a Eurosceptic. Hugh Gaitskell was so fearful of the drive for European political union that he warned about Britain ending a thousand years of history as an independent state....... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Reality is warped in Turkey. We may never get it back
Imagine you are making a latenight call to your significant other and your president answers the phone instead. Last Saturday every Turkish citizen was obliged to listen to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s failed coup anniversary message on their mobile phone...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Victory over Islamic State in Mosul has come with a cost In the days since Baghdad announced the liberation of Mosul, Islamic State’s last urban stronghold in Iraq, evidence has mounted of grotesque human rights abuses and revenge attacks against suspected members of the group. It includes a video apparently...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Vince Cable will have a fight to revive the centre Not only does Sir Vince Cable have the experience to lead the Liberal Democrats, he has actually done the job before. He held the reins temporarily before Nick Clegg was chosen in 2007. Since then, Sir Vince has published a well-received book on the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Even if you love your job this new pension age is scary
If I were granted one wish for old age, it would be to avoid the horror that is early retirement. Please God, anything but that. Anything but waking up in the morning with no particularly urgent place to go, and no particularly obvious thing to be....... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: A British class of sandwich
David Brooks, New York Times columnist and target of internet ridicule, recently took a friend to lunch. This is what he wrote about it in his column: “Recently I took a friend with only a high school degree to lunch. Insensitively, I led her into a...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: BBC pay disclosure raises broader questions on inequality Among the furore arising from the publication of top BBC salaries, it has been suggested that, as a result of the gender pay gap reporting regulations, all companies and organisations employing more than 250 people will face similar issues from April...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Why the Manchester mosque will rise from the ashes
Last Saturday afternoon, the Nasfat family of mosques held a national peace rally in Trafalgar Square. The banners they waved said quite a lot about where they come from theologically: “Say no to extremism,” read one banner. “No to Boko Haram,”...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Haringey is doing what residents want Anna Minton’s article (How developers carve up our cities, 14 July) completely fails to recognise that Haringey’s regeneration plans have been developed after years of conversations and consultation with residents. In 2013, an organisation called...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Learn the first rule of Prize Crossword Club Your article (Graduates should ‘rip up’ their student loan bill, says expert, 18 July) included helpful advice for students panicking about rocketing loans. But the coalition government reneged on its promise to raise the income threshold every year,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Govia Thameslink isn’t a profitable business Govia Thameslink Railway Limited (GTR) is not a “highly profitable” business (Letters, 17 July). It has made no profit since the start of the franchise in September 2014. Passenger numbers have doubled in as little as 12 years in places on our network,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Revolutions are for zealots and fools – as the Tory Bolsheviks will find out
The centenary year of the Russian revolutions of 2017 highlights an accidentally topical question: what do revolutionaries do when they actually get their revolution? The immediate aftermath of the Bolshevik takeover of October 1917, wrote Leon...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Cut-throat barber meets heartbroken lover in a haunting fusion of two unfinished masterpieces
Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck is one of the most seminal works of the 19th century. It has inspired an opera by Alban Berg, been the source of countless adaptations, including a recent one by Jack Thorne at the Old Vic, and been claimed by realists and...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: A capitalist is held captive at Trevor Nunn’s explosive dinner party
Oliver Cotton is not afraid to tackle big subjects. In Daytona he confronted the issue of how we mete out justice to Nazi war criminals. Now he takes on the morality of free-market capitalism. But, while I applaud Cotton’s boldness, I feel that a...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: JOURNAL: Simpatico siblings chase tendrils of melody
Outscape, Pascal Dusapin’s concerto for cello and orchestra, was the novelty in the BBC Symphony Orchestra’s second appearance at this summer’s Proms. The concert was conducted by Joshua Weilerstein, and his elder sister Alisa was the soloist in the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: OBITUARIES: Michael Nyqvist
The Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist, who has died aged 56 of lung cancer, became an international star playing the investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist in the original 2009 film adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s bestselling crime novel The Girl With the...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: OBITUARIES: Babatunde Osotimehin
As executive director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Babatunde Osotimehin, who has died suddenly aged 68, provided a strong voice on issues affecting young women, including child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM). He began...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: OBITUARIES: Birthdays Lord (Victor) Adebowale, chief executive, Turning Point, 55; Heather Angel, wildlife photographer, 76; Paul Casey, golfer, 40; Wendy Cope, poet, 72; Paloma Faith, singer, 36; Charlotte Gainsbourg, actor and singer, 46; Norman Jewison, film director,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: WEATHER: Country Diary
The rain started as I crossed the pasture above North Lees Hall, the model, it is widely accepted, for Thornfield Hall in Charlotte Brontë’s novel Jane Eyre. It’s a house the author visited more than once, staying with her friend Ellen Nussey in nearby...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: WEATHER: Weatherwatch Strange things have been happening in the frozen tundra of northern Siberia. Last August a boy died of anthrax in the remote Yamal Peninsula, and 20 other infected people were treated and survived. Anthrax hadn’t been seen in the region for 75 years,...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Guardian cryptic crossword Across 1,8 These people in set, facing rogue, avenged (3,11,5) 9 Admonishing slap here — ow! — for a change, I hypothesise (8) 11 A very short distance to track one’s initial letter (7) 12 Direction taken from A Man with Razor, cut around snout (7) 13...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Codeword Each letter of the alphabet makes at least one appearance in the grid, and is represented by the same number wherever it appears. The letters decoded should help you to identify other letters and words in the grid.... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Pieceword Use the jigsaw pieces to recreate this completed crossword. We’ve listed only clues for the Across words, but the pattern of the grid should help you. 1 Yield Almost closed • 3 Catholic ceremony Skin • complaint 5 Grand Italian building 7 Covering...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Killer Sudoku The normal rules of Sudoku apply: fill each row, column and 3x3 box with all the numbers from 1 to 9. In addition, the digits in each inner shape (marked by dots) must add up to the number in the top corner of that box. No digit can be repeated within...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Wordsearch Can you find 11 words associated with a gym in the grid? Words can run forwards, backwards or diagonally, but always in a straight, unbroken line.... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Suguru® Fill the grid so that each square in an outlined block contains a digit. A block of two squares contains the digits 1 and 2, a block of three squares contains the digits 1, 2 and 3, and so on. No same digit appears in neighbouring squares, not even...... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Cell Block Divide the grid into blocks that are either square or rectangular. Each block must frame a single number, and each block must contain the same number of cells as the number it frames.... Pubdate:

21/07/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Wordwheel Find as many words as possible using the letters in the wheel. Each must use the central letter and at least two others. Letters may be used only once. You may not use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns. There is at least one nine-letter word to be...... Pubdate:








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