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28/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Focus on EU trade deal, not divorce bill, rebels tell May
Theresa May is to be urged by pro-EU Conservatives to reach a quick deal over Britain’s divorce bill from Brussels in order to maximise the country’s chances of reaching a free trade deal with Europe within the tight deadline for Brexit talks. As the...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Met says Masood ‘echoed Isis’ as mother breaks silence
Khalid Masood, the Westminster attacker, had a clear interest in jihad and his methods echoed the rhetoric of Islamic State leaders, Scotland Yard has said. Six days into the investigation, the Metropolitan police’s deputy assistant commissioner, Neil...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Irresponsible knife-crime reports ‘add to the harm’ Irresponsible reporting of knife crimes that depicts ethnic minority and other youngsters as inherently criminal and out of control is alienating young people and could be counterproductive, the head of a cross-party parliamentary commission on youth...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NEWS: 4,054 The number of hospital admissions after assaults with sharp instruments in the year to last March, 771 of whom were children or teenagers... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NEWS: Anger over developer’s ‘rabbit-hutch’ flats
Hundreds of tiny studio flats, many smaller than a budget hotel room, are to be squeezed into an 11-storey block in north London as its developer takes advantage of the government’s relaxation of planning regulations. Plans for Barnet House, currently...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NEWS: Just two pupils may get straight top grades in new GCSEs, says adviser
The chief analyst at the Department for Education has estimated that only two pupils in England are likely to get all top grades in the new-look GCSE examinations, which are being phased in from this summer. Parents, pupils and teachers have grown...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NEWS: 40% At 16 sq metres, the tiniest of the planned flats will be this much smaller than the average room in a Travelodge budget hotel... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Photographs revealed fate of loved ones in London terror attack
The families of Kurt Cochran, who was killed in the Westminster terror attack, and his wife, Melissa, who was badly injured, found out the pair had been hurt when they recognised them in photographs posted online. The couple, from Utah, were...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Rudd calls for more EU action against terrorism
The home secretary, Amber Rudd, has called for more EU action to tackle online extremism, warning that the threat from terrorism is international, as she stepped up pressure on tech giants to make it harder for terrorists to plot on the...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Fruit foraging linked to primates’ large brains
Foraging for fruit may have driven the evolution of large brains in primates, according to research attempting to unpick the mystery of our cerebral development. The finding appears to be a blow to a long-held theory that humans and other primates...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Singer Barlow’s chance to shine in Star Wars role
Gary Barlow is set to visit a galaxy far, far away, with the singer announcing that he will appear in the forthcoming Star Wars sequel The Last Jedi. In an interview on ITV’s Lorraine programme yesterday, the Take That member confirmed his involvement...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Power-sharing negotiations in Belfast get extra time
Northern Ireland’s political parties have been given up to an extra month to reach an agreement aimed at restoring crosscommunity power-sharing government to the region, the secretary of state confirmed last night. The original deadline passed at 4pm...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Address problem of parental leave to close gender pay gap, say MPs The government must improve the sharing of parental leave if it wants to reduce the gender pay gap, a cross-party group of almost 50 MPs has urged in a letter backed by women’s and family charities. Organised by the Labour MP David Lammy, the letter...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: A room for every day of the year: massive mansion is sold for £7m One of Britain’s grandest stately homes has been sold to a trust that plans to spend more than £40m renovating it over the next two decades. The Grade I-listed Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham, in South Yorkshire, was in the headlines last year...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Review Optical dance of complex curves and lines in neon
It all begins with a white neon O, hanging above our heads like the shape the lips make before an exclamation. Or the eyepiece of a spyglass aimed at the chaos beyond. Suspended part way down the long Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain in London, it...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: David Storey, Booker-winning author of This Sporting Life, dies at 83
David Storey, the British playwright, screenwriter and Booker prize-winning novelist, has died at the age of 83. Storey was best known for his visceral debut novel, This Sporting Life (1960), which was based on his experiences as a professional rugby...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL | BREXIT: UK ‘now realises no deal is not an option’
European diplomats based in the UK say the British government is stepping back from its threat to leave the EU without a trade deal if negotiations break down. In private, say diplomats, UK officials recognise the “havoc” this would cause, and have...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL | BREXIT: PM’s timescale fits referendum plan – Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon has said there is no longer any rational case against a second Scottish independence referendum after Theresa May told her the full Brexit deal would be known within 18 months. The first minister said May’s disclosure, during a meeting...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL | BREXIT: Six and out? Farage invades Nuttall’s pitch
Six is the magic number. Over breakfast, Keir Starmer had laid out Labour’s six Brexit red lines, which Theresa May was guaranteed to ignore. Just a few hours later, the Ukip high command was at the Marriott hotel on the south side of Westminster...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL | BREXIT: ‘EU citizens can stay, except the beggars and the criminals’
The UK should have the right not to let EU citizens stay if they “do not work, never pay taxes or are beggars or criminals,” Ukip’s Brexit spokesman has said. Gerard Batten suggested the UK should have the discretion to refuse some EU citizens the...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Man who made wife drink bleach escapes jail term
The attorney general has been urged to examine the sentencing remarks of a judge who freed a wife-beating cricketer because he did not consider the victim vulnerable. Mustafa Bashir, 34, forced his wife to drink bleach and hit her with a cricket...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Call for action over thousands of pupils who drop out and disappear The government is being urged to identify and support thousands of “hidden” children who drop out of school and disappear off the radar, leaving them at increased risk of abuse and exploitation. The National Children’s Bureau (NCB), a leading...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: ‘He won’t make friends – he says what’s the point?’ • Sue has six children aged between nine and two. She left her partner because of domestic abuse. Because the family live in temporary accommodation, they have moved several times and her older children have missed substantial periods of their...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Watchdog attacks lack of action on female suicide The prisons and probation ombudsman has hit out at a “lack of concerted and sustained action” after a rise in suicides among female prisoners. Nigel Newcomen said that lessons identified in a new review of cases had been highlighted previously by his...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Merseyside gas blast is treated as possible crime
The Wirral gas explosion that left 34 people injured and flattened buildings is being investigated as a possible crime, police have said. Residents near a dance school in Merseyside that was destroyed by the explosion complained they could smell gas...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Doctor acted dishonestly over nurse’s Ebola case A doctor acted dishonestly when she lied to investigators about the dangerously high temperature of a nurse who went on to develop Ebola, a tribunal has found. Dr Hannah Ryan, who had been working in Sierra Leone during the west Africa Ebola outbreak...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: New bishop for ethnic minorities in Leicester The Church of England is creating a new bishop specifically to reach out to black, Asian and minority ethnic people and to encourage cultural change in one of the UK’s most diverse cities. The diocese of Leicester has petitioned the Queen for...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Appeal court orders former gangland boss to pay £700,000
A former gangland boss has been ordered to pay back more than £700,000 of his criminal earnings said to have been concealed through money-laundering. Terry Adams, the former leader of what has been described as one of the most notorious crime gangs in...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: NATIONAL: Study suggests fibre-rich diet could prevent type 1 diabetes Scientists have raised hopes for the prevention of early-onset diabetes in children after a fibre-rich diet was found to protect animals from the disease. More than 20 million people worldwide are affected by juvenile, or type 1, diabetes, which takes...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Navalny fined and given 15-day jail term as Russian authorities punish protesters
The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was yesterday fined and sentenced to 15 days in prison a day after some of the biggest anti-government protests since Vladimir Putin returned to the presidency in 2012 swept the country. Navalny was jailed...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: I was bundled into a van, held for five hours and released. Others were not so lucky
I raised my phone to take a photo as riot police suddenly began detaining protesters, but before I could get the picture a pair of thick arms grabbed me. A trooper in a black helmet and flak jacket was barrelling me toward a police van. “I’m a foreign...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: New Zealanders fight bottled water plan
A plan to extract millions of litres of water from a Unesco world heritage site, send it by pipe to the coast and ship it to foreign markets for bottling has ignited a campaign over water resources in New Zealand. An export company is proposing to...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Boom in mining jobs won’t happen, boss of America’s biggest coal firm tells Trump
The head of the biggest US coal company has said he hopes the industry will soon be freed of “fraudulent” green legislation, but warned Donald Trump to temper expectations about a boom in mining jobs. Robert Murray, founder and chief executive of...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Eight killed in avalanche near Japan ski resort Seven high school students and a teacher died and more than 40 people were injured after an avalanche hit ski slopes in Japan yesterday. Fifty-two students and 11 teachers from seven high schools were taking part in a three-day mountaineering...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 52 The number of pupils, from seven high schools, who were taking part in the expedition when the avalanche struck near the Nasu Onsen resort... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 800m Litres of water that Alpine Pure wants to extract each month from two South Island lakes for bottling and overseas sale... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Hard-left Mélenchon gains momentum as he woos France’s disenchanted voters
For Jean-Luc Mélenchon, France’s hard-left presidential candidate, it is a case of one down, two to go. Opinion polls suggest the veteran political rebel, who is calling for a nonviolent “citizens’ revolution” and for the French constitution to be torn...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Six aid workers murdered along with driver in South Sudan Six aid workers and their driver have been killed in South Sudan in the worst single attack on humanitarian staff in the country’s three-year civil war. The aid workers, who were from a Unicef partner, the Grassroots Empowerment and Development...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Spanish court to investigate ‘state terror’ by Syria A Spanish court is to investigate claims nine members of the Syrian regime committed state terrorism by kidnapping, torturing and murdering a truck driver who disappeared in Damascus four years ago. The case, the first criminal complaint against...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 328,000 Members of the Mélenchon movement La France insoumise (Unbowed France). He calls them les insoumises (the unbowed)... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: 79 The estimated number of aid workers who have been killed in South Sudan since December 2013 as the country’s three-year civil war continues... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL | ITALY: Palermo, the Sicilian jewel that shed its mafia image to become a city of culture
Every city, at some stage in its history, reaches a tipping point. For Palermo, it was one sweltering afternoon in July 1992, when more than 1,500 soldiers armed with automatic weapons took up positions on every corner of its eerily quiet streets in a...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL | ITALY: £ 25bn The value of goods and property taken from Sicilian mafia bosses, some of it used to improve social and cultural spaces in Palermo... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL | ITALY: 4,000 At least this many mafiosi have been arrested in Sicily since the tide began to turn against organised crime in the 1990s... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Argentina continues spiral into poverty as election pledges fail
With a red star and the face of Che Guevara emblazoned on its side, an activist-run ambulance winds its way through the dingy streets of Villa 1-11-14, a sprawling Buenos Aires shanty town so neglected by the city government that – despite being home...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: INTERNATIONAL: Hong Kong activists to be prosecuted
Hong Kong police have started a crackdown on pro-democracy politicians and activists, telling nine people they will be charged for their involvement in street protests more than two years ago. The charges come a day after Carrie Lam was elected to be...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Nuclear decommissioning debacle costs taxpayer £100m
The government has been forced to pay nearly £100m in a settlement with two US companies for mishandling the way it awarded a £6.1bn nuclear decommissioning contract. Ministers have ordered an independent inquiry headed by the former National Grid...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Tesco ‘set to pay £100m’ over accounts scandal The Serious Fraud Office and Tesco are within days of announcing a settlement that could see Britain’s biggest supermarket chain pay a multimillion-pound fine over an accounting scandal. Under the so-called deferred prosecution agreement (DPA), Tesco...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Ofcom fines BT record £42m over broadband rules breaches BT has been fined a record £42m and will have to pay an estimated £300m in compensation to rival telecoms companies over delays in installing high-speed internet connections. Ofcom, the communications industry regulator, handed down its largest ever...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Booker deal in doubt Tesco’s £3.7bn takeover of Booker, the grocery wholesaler, is in doubt after two major shareholders in the supermarket group expressed their opposition to the deal. Schroders and Artisan Partners, which between them own 9% of Tesco, have written...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: £60 m The penalty BT faced for breaking Ofcom rules, which was reduced to £42m after it admitted full liability and agreed to pay compensation to rivals... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Union anger as Chinese firm takes stake in South West Trains The Hong Kong state-owned metro operator, MTR, and FirstGroup are to take over the running of South West Trains, one of the UK’s biggest commuter networks, in a seven-year deal that trade unions denounced for handing another franchise to a...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: BrewDog calls off legal hounds as it relents in brand dispute
BrewDog, the self-described “punk” beer company, has backed down in a row over the name of a family-run pub, blaming “trigger-happy” lawyers for the legal action. The brother and sister team behind the Wolf pub in Birmingham were forced to drop their...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: 20% The increase in seats promised to morning rush hour passengers by First MTR, which is partly owned by Hong Kong’s state metro operator... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Deliveroo couriers gear up for legal challenge to conditions
A group of Deliveroo couriers is planning legal action against the food delivery group to claim better employment rights including the minimum wage, sick pay and holiday pay. The 20 delivery riders say they are employees and not, as the company...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Credit bust is looming
Alarm bells are jangling at the Bank of England. Households have been on a borrowing binge. Consumer spending is being underpinned by debt, with an increased dependency on personal loans, payday loans, car finance and – in particular – credit...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: Financial firms asked for Brexit strategies The Bank of England has asked UK banks, insurers and other financial institutions to draw up comprehensive plans for how they will deal with Britain’s exit from the European Union. Two days before Theresa May’s government plans to trigger article 50...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: FINANCIAL: £19bn The amount UK banks held last year in credit card impairments, compared with £12bn in mortgages. Consumer credit has been growing 10% annually... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL: Beyond the blade
On Monday 24 January, shortly after 3pm, the regular din of children turning out of the Capital Academy secondary school in north-west London was interrupted by a sudden hush. “All the kids were running around like usual,” said one neighbour. “But then...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL: 9 The number of young people – aged 19 and under – who have been killed by knives in the UK so far this year... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL: Beyond the blade That is why we’ve decided to count these fatalities in 2017. Beyond the blade aims to mark the death of every child or teenager killed by a knife, finding out as much as we can about their short lives and exploring the issues around their deaths. We...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: OPINION: Access to justice is no longer a worker’s right, but a luxury Aditya Chakrabortty
Laws that cost too much to enforce are phoney laws. A civil right that people can’t afford to use is no right at all. And a society that turns justice into a luxury good is one no longer ruled by law, but by money and power. This week the highest court...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: OPINION: Attacking WhatsApp’s encryption is self-defeating and unrealistic The home secretary has made a hash – or what she would call “a hashtag” – of her efforts to appear to be doing something in the wake of last week’s Westminster terror attack. Amber Rudd’s demand that the big digital companies weaken the encryption they...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: OPINION: There is a lack of political will to fix our broken housing market If the price of milk had risen in line with average house prices over the past 40 years, consumers would now be shelling out more than £10 for a four-pint carton: a sobering reminder of just how broken Britain’s housing market is. With price increases...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | OPINION: How native are your daffs?
Sunrise, Golden Harvest, Cheerfulness, Magnificence, Soleil d’Or – the names of cultivated daffodil varieties are as evocative as the spring flowers themselves. But how do you feel about hefty suburban daffs in wild places? Britain has a native...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Kindness, not lateness, key to pupils’ behaviour? It is astonishing that Tom Bennett’s independent review of behaviour in English schools, commissioned by the government, refers only in passing to restorative practices (Headteachers accused of trying to cover up pupils’ bad behaviour, 25 March). We...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Religious roots of violence and pacifism The problem remains with all religions that literal interpretations of sacred texts, favoured by fundamentalists, leave vulnerable people open to exploitation by those whose purpose is evil (Welltrodden path from criminality to extremism, 25 March)....... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Alcohol consumption and a dash of deceit Emma Laughton (Letters, 27 March) makes the mistake of including the costs of policing society with the costs of maintaining a military able to invade other nations. The internal policing of a society is an essential part of monitoring its many...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Modern slavery on UK cannabis farms The anti-slavery commissioner has complained that data gathering for tracking victims of cannabis farms is “a mess” (Police ‘failing to tackle’ slave trafficking on cannabis farms, 25 March). It’s actually much worse than that. We have just published a...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Netflix is no mortal threat to cinemas Ellen E Jones paints a picture of a cinema industry under mortal threat (Go fullscreen: can Hollywood ever fight back against Netflix?, G2, 24 March). Happily the facts tell a very different story. Last year both the UK and US box office reached...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Africans let down by Comic Relief imagery I read David Lammy’s article (Africans deserve better from Comic Relief, 24 March) with “earnest relief” at this overdue challenge to our attitudes and beliefs about Africa. Our national discourse about a diverse and complex continent is reduced by...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Corrections and clarifications • We said incorrectly that Sayeeda Warsi became an MP in Dewsbury in 2005. She stood as the Conservative candidate there that year but did not win the seat; she has never been an MP but became the youngest member of the House of Lords in 2007 (‘Where...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Depressed by Brexit? Come to Sweden According to the Swedish national television news, more than 1,100 Britons have applied for Swedish nationality following the Brexit referendum. With house prices way below those in the UK, many hope to move to Sweden shortly. Why not you, too? Sweden...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | LETTERS: Too many cyclists injured and killed Your correspondent (Letters, 25 March) says 50 cyclists are killed or seriously injured every year in the UK when the actual figure is over 3,300. Having diminished the tragedy faced by thousands of people, he uses the opportunity to condemn cyclists’...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | OPINION: Like Trump, the Chinese leader is pushing a political system to its limits
When the two most powerful men on earth, Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, meet for the summit that’s expected to take place soon in the American emperor’s summer palace, they will have one thing in common: each is testing his country’s political system to...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | OPINION: Racial identity isn’t fixed. Nor is it chosen
Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who for more than 10 years pretended she was black, promotes herself as transracial in her memoir, published this week. How seriously are we expected to take this? Dolezal, who recently changed her name to Nkechi Diallo,...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | REVIEWS: Depeche Mode raise hell as Glasgow soaks up the sun and the sounds of 6 Music
Asteadily more popular haven on the airwaves for fans of time-honoured and emerging alternative sounds, it seems strange now to think that BBC 6 Music was on the verge of closing seven years ago. The station’s annual city festival came to an...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | REVIEWS: Mighty, mysterious Bob stirs it up – and sends fans home on a high note
Made with love by writer and director Kwame Kwei-Armah, and received in the same spirit by a Birmingham audience, this musical inspired by the life and times of Jamaican musician Bob Marley may not be great theatre, but it’s a great night out. That’s...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | REVIEWS: LPO/Stutzmann
This haunting London Philharmonic concert took place “by an irony of fate”, as conductor Nathalie Stutzmann put it, addressing the audience days after the London terror attack, and was dedicated to its victims and their loved ones. Strauss’s Tod und...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: JOURNAL | REVIEWS: Andy Parsons
Satire has minimal effect, Andy Parsons tells us in his touring show Peak Bullshit. Jokes don’t change anything. It’s a deflating sentiment to express midway through a satirical show. Whether or not political comedy will ever precipitate the...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: OBITUARIES: Other lives
My partner, Nina Trott, who has died aged 66 of breast cancer, was a professional jazz violinist and teacher. She was also a political activist who started young, accompanying her parents on the Aldermaston marches as a child in the early 1960s. Nina...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: EDUCATION: Exam boards drop Israel-Palestine from syllabus as schools fight shy of conflict
In 2014 history teacher Michael Davies took a group of his GCSE and A-level students on a field trip to Israel and Palestine. For the first half of the week they immersed themselves in the story of Israel and the tragedy of the Holocaust; for the...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: EDUCATION: Please, Sir – sit! The tale of a learning support dog
When litter at Huntington school in York got out of control recently, staff managed to sort it out pretty much overnight – not by replacing detentions with a mass litter pick, but by deploying their newest, cuddliest colleague: Rolo, the school...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: EDUCATION: Letter from a curious parent
Dear Ms Greening In the mid-1970s I worked at Vauxhall Manor school, a girls’ comprehensive in south London. Of the many special things going on, one sticks out in my mind: a group of teachers working across different subjects developed a “talk...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: WEATHER: Country Diary B6305, Northumberland
It’s late morning and I’m driving from Allendale to Hexham along the straight road known as the Paise dyke. Cars bowl along here at speed, but to do that is to miss the far views and the birds. There’s always something to catch the eye. Ahead, on this...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Guardian cryptic crossword Across 8 Offering to trick folk (8) 9 See 14 down 10 Cloth cap in a city is retro (6) 12 Bed for us at rear of office, conserving holidays (8) 13,1 Complain over nothing left for workers’ share (7) 14 See 21 16 Having answer, engage in attempt to win,...... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: 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:

28/03/2017: 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:

28/03/2017: PUZZLES & CROSSWORD: Wordsearch Can you find 12 words that can follow MAGIC in the grid? Words can run forwards, backwards or diagonally, but always in a straight, unbroken line.... Pubdate:

28/03/2017: 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:

28/03/2017: 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:

28/03/2017: 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:








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