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23/06/2018: FRONT PAGE: Internet addicts to be treated on NHS A London hospital is preparing to launch the first NHS-funded internet addiction centre for young people and adults, the Guardian can reveal. The move comes at a time of growing concern about internet and gaming dependency and in the week the World...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: First NHS-funded internet addiction clinic to launch the team were initially focusing on gaming because they were keen to protect young people from dropping out of school. Gaming disorder is defined by the WHO as a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour so severe that it takes “precedence...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Back to Penny Lane: McCartney takes Liverpool by surprise
As homecoming gigs for one of the world’s biggest rock stars go, it was fairly low key – just a small band on a stage in a local pub. But for the drinkers who happened to be in the Philharmonic Dining Rooms in Liverpool – the Phil, as it is...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Royal Ascot Page 16... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: From Trump and his allies, echoes of the 1930s grow louder Page 3... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Donald Glover on dramedy Atlanta, Poldark bingo and new Brit sitcom Stath Lets Flats Page 6... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: David Lynch on Twin Peaks, marriage and reincarnation Page 26... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Why have novelists stopped making things up? Page 6... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Exploring the natural delights of the Spanish region Page 2... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: ‘I’m not saying the chef is unhinged, but he’s certainly a one-off ’ Page 22... Pubdate:

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23/06/2018: NEWS: Cryptic crossword Back of Journal Page 12... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Killer sudoku Back of Journal Page 12... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Raring to go: Saudi women prepare to make history as driving ban ends
Hamsa al-Sonosi’s new red Range Rover has been sitting on her driveway for two months, its engine only started for brief, furtive trips around the block. But from tomorrow, Sonosi and her car will no longer have to hide. Sonosi’s long-term goal – to...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Italy at risk of sliding into mass brutality under Salvini, warns novelist Ferrante The bestselling Italian novelist Elena Ferrante has made a rare foray into politics, warning of the dangers of underestimating the “xenophobic and racist” interior minister, Matteo Salvini, who heads Italy’s far-right League party. In her column for...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: Did first lady’s jacket hide a message? And do u care?
Whaaaaa!was the collective reaction to photos of the first lady, Melania Trump, visiting an immigrant children’s shelter in Texas on Thursday wearing an oversize army coat from Zara on which the following words were scrawled: “I really don’t care, do...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Old master, new light
Victoria Beckham poses with Portrait of a Lady In Profile attributed to the circle of Leonardo da Vinci at her Mayfair fashion store. The designer has collaborated with Sotheby’s to host an exhibition of the highlights from their forthcoming old master...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Fears over new NHS body to examine suspicious deaths A new body being set up to investigate suspicious deaths in the NHS is designed to be so secretive that it will block families from finding out the truth of what happened to their relatives, campaigners have warned. The government said the Health...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: UK on heatwave health alert as temperatures set to exceed 30C Public health officials are preparing to issue heatwave alerts next week with temperatures forecast to top 30C (86F). After a balmy weekend in the mid20s, the mercury is set to climb further next week. Wednesday could be the hottest day of the year so...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: 12,000 An estimate of the number of avoidable deaths that take place in the NHS each year... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: UK could walk away from talks over Brexit, says Fox
Liam Fox has said the UK is not bluffing about walking away from the Brexit negotiations without a deal, telling EU leaders it would not be wise to assume it was off the cards. Speaking on the second anniversary of the Brexit vote, Fox said that it...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Business secretary: free movement for workers vital Restricting the ability of British workers to travel within the EU could be as dangerous to the economy as a hard trade border, a leading proremain cabinet minister has said, adding that the row over a post-Brexit customs deal risks overshadowing the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Protest in Westminster March for ‘people’s vote’ Tens of thousands of people are expected to descend on Westminster today for an antiBrexit demonstration that organisers say is the start of a “strategic pivot” away from opposing it in parliament towards mobilising public opinion in favour of a...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Dab hands No more jumping, traditionalists urge their fellow clerics
Their souls are pure, their hearts are turned towards heaven, and their future lies in a life of solemn devotion to God. But to the consternation of some of their more senior colleagues, a growing number of freshly ordained ministers of the Church of...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Court backs government refusal to issue gender-neutral passports An equality campaigner has lost a high court challenge against the government’s refusal to issue gender-neutral passports. Mr Justice Jeremy Baker upheld Home Office policy after the court was told it would affect other legislation, be costly to...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Airbus may be first of many firms to go without clarity over Brexit, warns union
European aircraft maker Airbus could be the first of many firms to threaten to end investment in Britain, putting tens of thousands of jobs at risk, if the government cannot provide urgent clarity on Brexit, Britain’s leading business lobby group has...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Journal Leader comment Page 2... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Aditya Chakrabortty Page 4... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Conspiracy theories are too elaborate. This is a hard-nosed reaction to economic risks
Airbus hated Brexit from the off but, until now, it had confined itself to soft expressions of worry in public and harder lobbying behind the scenes. Its dramatic warning that it could stop investing in the UK is a radical departure from that position,...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Broughton Shock and fear at the factory gates On 31 March, 1980, 6,500 workers at the Shotton Steelworks were sacked on one of the darkest days for British steel. Six miles away in Broughton, a Welsh town close to the border with England, there is a palpable fear that history could repeat...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: How the company works
Airbus employs 14,000 people across 25 sites in the UK, and supports a further 110,000 people in the supply chain... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: What is Airbus?
Airbus traces its roots back to 1967, when ministers from France, Germany and Britain agreed to jointly establish a European programme of aircraft development and production to take on the dominance of the United States in the aviation sector. The...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: What are its plans for China? China has become a major target for growth for Airbus. It established a base there in 1994, delivered its 1,000th commercial jetliner in 2013, and aims to reach its 2,000th by 2020, pushing its market share above 50%. Chinese deliveries now account for...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: What does Airbus make?
Airbus is best known as a commercial aircraft manufacturer, and its bestselling plane is the single-aisle A320. But the company also makes civil and military helicopters and plane, such as the A400M and the Eurofighter Typhoon, the latter of which it...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: What is the UK role? In the UK it directly employs 14,000 across 25 sites, and supports 110,000 jobs through the supply chain. Its biggest UK base is at Broughton in north Wales, where the wings are assembled for all Airbus commercial aircraft and where 6,000 people are...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Where is it based? The main base is the French city of Toulouse and its German chief executive, Tom Enders, has led the company since 2012. Airbus employs 130,000 people globally, primarily in France, Germany, the UK and Spain.... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Stolen bones of ‘Irish giant’ may finally be given up for burial
The “Irish giant”, a centrepiece of the Hunterian Museum of Anatomy in London, may be released to allow the remains to be given a respectful burial after more than two centuries on display. The skeleton is that of Charles Byrne, an 18th-century man...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Inside Journal
‘You could be the most racist person to me; I will still open that door for you. You can’t solve hate with hate.’ Interview with Magid Magid, Sheffield’s lord mayor... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Celebrating Windrush – with a reminder of new distrust
Seventy years after the MV Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury in Essex carrying about 500 hopeful migrants, people gathered yesterday in Westminster Abbey to recognise the contribution of the Windrush generation and their descendants. Steel drums rang...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Festival evokes long history of innovation and ideas
Amural featuring a Greggs steak bake and the UK’s largest water sculpture are among the attractions of the Great Exhibition of the North, a summer-long festival that aims to repeat the success of Victorian world fairs. The exhibition, which opened...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Chaos over tickets for big pop concerts Fans attending Ed Sheeran’s shows at Cardiff’s Principality stadium this weekend will be greeted by a flashing sign welcoming “Victims of Viagogo”. When tickets for the singer’s tour went on sale in June 2017, Sheeran made it clear that tickets bought...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Is a post-Brexit Tory party an oxymoron?
On Wednesday evening peers finally nodded the EU withdrawal bill towards the statute book. At the same time, a few hundred metres away, the prime minister took to a makeshift stage in College Gardens, a hidden green space in the shadow of Westminster...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Police ‘see Travellers as criminals rather than victims’ Police routinely presume Travellers are more likely to be the perpetrators than the victims of crime, according to report by a community campaign. Based on freedom of information requests and a survey of 43 forces, the Traveller Movement’s report says...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: The school where phones were banned
It’s breaktime at a school in rural Brittany, and huddles of teenagers are chatting in the playground. Two 15-yearolds sit reading novels, while others kick footballs or play chase. One boy does some press-ups. The hum of conversation and flurry of...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: ‘I replaced people who I actually knew for others online’
Kendal Parmar’s son went from being a sporty and sociable boy who loved school, to a child who would rarely leave his room. The change in his personality was down to a gaming disorder that crept up on him when he was about 12 years old. Three years...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NEWS: The truth about gaming disorder – from Fortnite to World of Warcraft
Gaming disorder may be a newly recognised condition, but disordered gaming is anything but new. In 2010, a South Korean couple was arrested for fatal child neglect spurred by an obsession with Prius Online. Five years earlier, another South Korean man...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Battle of the sexes still being waged on Wimbledon courts
Wimbledon remains behind the times when it comes to gender parity with a distinct lack of progress on affording women equal time on the championships’ main show courts over the past 25 years, it has been claimed. Mark Leyland, a novelist and...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Online sales kill off 31 department stores
Zoe Wood and Nick Fletcher It is the end of era. Yesterday House of Fraser’s landlords agreed a rescue plan that will trigger the closure of some of the UK’s oldest and best known department stores. Famous local landmarks such as Howells in Cardiff...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Affection for a bygone time I have a deep love for the fourth floor of John Lewis’s Oxford Street flagship. The homespun wizardry of the haberdashery department bewitches me like a grown-up’s Diagon Alley. When my children were little, I found the no-nonsense advice and cheery...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Shriver hits back over Penguin diversity row
Lionel Shriver, the author, has responded to the row over her comments about Penguin Random House’s diversity scheme, saying it was quotas that she was objecting to and attacking the “malicious misinterpretation” of her essay. In a piece for the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Architectural adviser sacked from inquiry The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster yesterday sacked its expert architectural witness after it emerged he was not a registered architect. John Priestley was appointed on Wednesday to report on the architectural design of the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Not proven verdict in Leslie assault trial The former television presenter John Leslie has been cleared of sexual assault after the charge was found not proven in a trial at Edinburgh sheriff court. The former Blue Peter presenter, 53, had denied putting his hand down a woman’s trousers and...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: London’s perilous places hold spray painters in thrall
On the side of a railway bridge over Barrington Road in Brixton, south London, are the last three tags painted by Harrison ScottHood, 23, Alberto Carrasco, 19, and Jack Gilbert, 23 – “Lover”, “Trip” and “K-Bag”. They are likely to stay there for some...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Advertising chiefs still party hard – for now
Cannes rolled out the red carpet this week but the people walking up the staircase to the cinemas in the Palais des Festivals on the French seafront were not movie stars. Instead they were among the tens of thousands attending the Cannes Lions...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: C of E ‘botched’ 2010 sexual abuse inquiry The Church of England “botched” an inquiry into sexual abuse claims, the former head of Barnardo’s has found. After reviewing the church’s own Past Cases Review from 2010, Sir Roger Singleton said the report did not give a comprehensive picture of the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: ‘Horrible’: pupils tell of new GCSEs’ toll on their mental health
Pupils surfacing from examinations have delivered a damning verdict on the tough new GCSEs, which many say have caused them mental exhaustion, panic attacks, nosebleeds, sleepless nights, hair loss and acne. About 500,000 16-year-olds sat the revamped...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Students on new GCSEs ‘People had to leave the hall in many of the exams as they were having panic attacks and crying. Many were having nosebleeds from all the stress’ Leicestershire ‘I will never forgive the government, and Michael Gove in particular, for compromising...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Paradise found: the day school punished me for taking acid
Monday I first went to the opera in London’s Holland Park back in the early 1990s. Back then it was a rather low-key affair: though the singers and the orchestra were under cover, large sections of the audience were not and I once got very wet during...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: The day Greer took down Norman Mailer
The Town Hall Affair Barbican, London ★★★★☆ On 30 April 1971, Norman Mailer squared up to feminism in a public debate at New York’s Town Hall. Germaine Greer was on the panel and Susan Sontag in the audience. According to the radical lesbian Jill...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: Watch used by Nelson at Trafalgar up for auction
on his flagship Victory during the Battle of Trafalgar, taken from his pocket after a French sniper’s bullet pierced his shoulder and shattered his spine, is being auctioned after centuries of being kept in private collections. It was made by Josiah...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: NATIONAL: The West Yorkshire Playhouse gets new look and old name The West Yorkshire Playhouse plans to close its main spaces for more than a year and reopen after a £15.8m redevelopment with a new entrance, studio and name. The theatre said yesterday it would reopen as the Leeds Playhouse, reverting to its previous...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Forced separation ‘I hope America will help my family – all we want is to live together’
For five long weeks Evelin had no idea where her two children were. She was apprehended with them at the US border on 19 May – after fleeing violence in Guatemala – and her family was ripped apart under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance”...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Debate over viral photograph
The Honduran toddler pictured sobbing at the US border became a symbol of Donald Trump’s migrant policy. Now the image is at the centre of another tussle between the US president and his critics. After the image was juxtaposed with that of Trump on...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: The crisis on both sides of the Atlantic has blown up after systemic international failings
Like a timebomb waiting to go off, Europe’s smouldering immigration problem exploded into a full-blown crisis this week. The US experienced a similar delayed upheaval, after the human consequences of Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border policy became...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Politics Demagogues are stirring up fears – Biden The former US vice-president Joe Biden has accused “demagogues and charlatans” of stirring up voters’ fears just as they did in the 1930s, as the issue of migration convulses politics on both sides of the Atlantic. Biden, seen as a potential...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Summertime, and the cooking is easy
Enjoy 24 pages of simple recipes for summer in an Observer Food Monthly special Featuring Nathan Outlaw's barbecue, chicken with basil, harissa or Sichuanese sauce, Jane Grigson's unbeatable gooseberry fool and more.... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Matteo Salvini Far-right ideologue who has upended politics
In the early years, when he was still a secessionist who believed northern Italy should break off and become an independent state called Padania, Matteo Salvini held his fellow countrymen in such contempt that he even supported Germany over Italy in...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Potted profile Born 9 March 1973 Career Director of Radio Padania. Member of the European parliament. Elected head of the League party (formerly the Northern League) in 2013. Part of a coalition government in which he serves as deputy prime minister and minister of...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Hungary cancels Billy Elliot show after gay slurs
The Hungarian State Opera has cancelled 15 performances of the musical Billy Elliot after ticket sales were hit by a media campaign in outlets close to Viktor Orbán’s hard-rightwing government that branded the show a propaganda tool for...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Greece hails eurozone agreement that will end eight years of austerity
Greece’s government has said the country is “turning a page” after eurozone member states reached an agreement on the final elements of a plan to make its massive debt pile more manageable, ending an eight-year bailout programme. “I have to say the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Acquitted Bemba to return to DRC ahead of elections Jean-Pierre Bemba, the opposition leader from the Democratic Republic of the Congo whose war crimes convictions at the International Criminal Court (ICC) were quashed earlier this month, is expected to return home within weeks, risking an intense new...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Final push for votes in Turkey as AKP risks losing majority
Turkish citizens will vote tomorrow in presidential and parliamentary elections that are probably the most crucial in the republic’s modern history. Kurdish voters, 15-20% of the population, are emerging as kingmakers once again and could end the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Roseanne show to return with new name – and no Barr
The sitcom life of America’s most famous blue-collar family has taken a real-life twist with ABC announcing that its wildly popular comedy Roseanne will return without its disgraced headline star, Roseanne Barr. The new incarnation will focus on the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Scarlet fever
The Tre Kronor Stockholm brig sails along the Neva River during a rehearsal for Scarlet Sails, part of St Petersburg’s White Nights cultural festival. The event began in 1958 to celebrate school leavers in the Russian city and attracts up to a million...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Algeria shuts down internet just to stop cheating in exams As solutions go, it is certainly radical: in order to thwart a mass epidemic of cheating by students taking their school leaving exams, Algeria shut down the internet for up to three hours a day this week – for everyone. “It’s beyond ridiculous,” said...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Driverless car driver on mobile before accident The human backup driver in an autonomous Uber SUV was streaming the television show The Voice just before the vehicle struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March, according to a report. The Arizona Republic newspaper reported that the driver was...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: A baby’s gotta eat – even in Commons, says MP Pictures of an MP breastfeeding during a debate in Canada’s House of Commons have prompted fresh debate about attitudes to child rearing. As the health minister, Ginette Petitpas Taylor, answered questions about plans to legalise cannabis, cameras...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: Teenagers killed by stray bullets in Rio Two 14-year-olds have been killed by stray bullets in Rio de Janeiro amid tensions caused by a wave of violence as drug traffickers fight for control of territory. The non-governmental group Rio de Paz said at least seven children have been killed by...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: 31 The number of arrests that followed, including several employees at the education ministry... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WORLD: 500,000 The number of resits ordered in 2016, out of 700,000 students who sat the baccalaureate exam... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: Trump threat to target EU cars in tit-for-tat on tariffs
Donald Trump threatened to widen the trade dispute between US and the EU yesterday with tariffs on European cars, after Brussels imposed retaliatory levies on American products including American whiskey, Levi’s jeans and Harley-Davidson...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: Which US products will be affected by EU tariffs?
Motorcycles (eg Harley Davidson) Peanut butter Orange juice Cranberries Kidney beans Sweetcorn Rice Jeans (eg Levi’s) Cigarettes, cigars and tobacco Bourbon whiskey Make-up (eg MAC, Estée Lauder, Clinique) Grilling appliances Yachts (eg Sea Ray...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: Bank warns of serious impact on Britain’s GDP if Chinese boom ends
The Bank of England has warned that China’s economy poses a greater risk to Britain’s financial stability than previously realised. New analysis from the Bank predicts that a sharp economic slowdown in China would have a serious impact on the UK. If...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: Opec agrees oil output should rise by 1m barrels a day
Major oil producers have agreed to pump more crude to help reduce prices and prevent a supply shortage, in a significant reversal of Opec’s strategy of curbing output over the past 18 months. After a fraught meeting in Vienna in which Iran was...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: Fruits of Brexit? Strawberry crops at risk as EU workers leave Brits to pick their own
Strawberries, the classic British summer treat, are being picked at a Kent farm. But every worker beside the waist-high growing platforms in the airy polytunnels is Romanian or Bulgarian. The staple of Wimbledon fortnight is under threat because the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: 15% The current labour shortage, predicted to rise to a shortfall of 30% by autumn, growers say... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: FINANCIAL: £14 Amount a fast fruit picker can earn an hour; the average is £9-£10, or £675 a week... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Holiday spending Your guide to what cards to use and where to get your travel cash
Picking the wrong plastic to use while on holiday abroad this summer could prove a costly mistake, but the good news is that there are a growing number of fee-free debit and credit cards available. App-based banks such as Monzo, Starling and Tandem...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Badly rated conversions If you have not ventured abroad for some time, you may be surprised at the number of hotels and restaurants (and even ATMs) that ask customers paying by card whether they would like to be billed in sterling rather than in the local currency. The...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Buying before you go Want the security of some euros in your hands before you go abroad? Whatever you do, don’t pop into your local bank – they are nearly always the most expensive way to change money – and never use an airport exchange desk unless you are desperate. The...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Travel money checklist If you’ve still got several weeks to go until you set off on holiday, consider applying for a fee-free card or account in time for the summer. If that sounds like too much aggravation, or you haven’t got time, check the overseas charges that apply to...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: 77% Proportion of holidaymakers who set a budget for their last trip abroad ...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: 56% Percentage of Britons who exchange money in the UK before going abroad... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: £845 Average amount a family loses in hidden fees over 49 years of holidays... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: 32% ... and the proportion who stuck to their budget... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: 83% Proportion of Britons with leftover foreign currency when they return... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: £927 Average total spend per trip for British people travelling abroad... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Energy Turning up the heat on ‘fraudulent’ ratings
Are some landlords and agents fiddling new rules that ban them from letting out properties that are poorly insulated and inefficiently heated? Since the start of April, landlords have been prohibited from renting out “sub-standard” houses and flats,...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: In 2010 we stopped getting any older. The implications are huge
The most profound change to human life over the previous 100 years came to a halt in 2010. In the decades before it, life expectancy in Britain kept rising, with men, in particular, born in the 1920s and 1930s enjoying far longer and healthier lives...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: This week: Dealing with a pregnant pause in gym membership; and a serious delay to repay
£1,000 no-use gym membership I joined Virgin Active in 2016, and in February 2017, in the late stages of my pregnancy, a staff member offered to freeze my membership, but agreed to let me swim in the pool at no cost as this was the only activity I was...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: You’re the expert
If your son is keen on overnighting summer camp-style then we’ve found PGL holidays, which run activity weeks and weekends all over the UK. They offer good stuff such as campfires, abseiling, zip lines, raft building and so on – not to mention lots of...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Energy Switch providers now to escape price rises As Britain heads into a heatwave next week, the last thing on your mind might be your gas bills. But experts say the message to millions of standard tariff customers is that now is the time to switch suppliers to beat recent price hikes. This week,...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Next week Help end a family dispute. My partner insists on spending a fortune on expensive Ultrasun suncream. I’m quite content with Lidl own brand, which I think does just as good a job, for me and the kids – if I can get to them first. Is there any...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: Fantasy house hunt
Torquay, Devon Guide price £1,250,000 The gardens at Washington House – an elegant five-bedroom property built in 1825 – form part of an original 136-acre estate designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel under the influence of William Nesfield, a tree...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: How I spend it
Ilead a very different life now to that of my 20s and 30s, when I used to run bars and club nights and I overconsumed. Sex, parties, drugs, alcohol and cigarettes – you name it, I exhausted it all. I must have spent about £100 a week on cigarettes...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: £40-80 Tristan’s spending per week on food – mostly vegan... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MONEY: £400 What Tristan spends a month, including bills, on houseshares... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: MEMBERSHIP: Matters of fact Separating brilliant breakthroughs from science fictions
There are people who will tell you that the elixir of life is to be found in the blood of youngsters. It’s a vampiric belief, but not unfounded. One day in February 2015, I watched Joe Castellano pull a tray of frosted vials full of human plasma from a...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Trump backs down over child separations
Donald Trump spent much of the week defending the practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the border, before ultimately signing an executive order abandoning the policy. Trump had ignored a chorus of condemnation of a policy that...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: ‘Meaningful vote’: rebels accept compromise
Any “meaningful vote” on Brexit for parliament now hinges on Theresa May keeping her word after Dominic Grieve failed to back his own amendment to the EU withdrawal bill. Ailing MPs arrived in wheelchairs for the crucial Commons vote, but in the end...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Surge in hay fever worst for 12 years
This has been the worst month for hay fever for 12 years. Grasses had perfect growing conditions during late April and May, with warm sunshine and showers. That was followed in June by hot dry weather, during which the grass flowers matured and shed...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Primary school children hit by hygiene poverty Primary school children are arriving for their lessons unwashed and in dirty clothes because their parents cannot afford to buy washing powder, soap or shampoo, according to a survey by a UK charity. More than four in 10 parents (43%) who took part in...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Criticism over applause for female pundit’s analysis ITV moved to avoid a sexism row as the former footballer Patrice Evra was advised to modify his interaction with his fellow World Cup pundit Eni Aluko after clapping her in a manner that enraged some viewers. Evra was accused of sexism after...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Threat to expel Roma from Italy stirs anger Italy’s interior minister Matteo Salvini vowed to turn “words into action” in his drive to root out and expel thousands of nomadic Roma from Italy, as he shrugged off critics who said he was adopting illegal policies reminiscent of the country’s...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Children separated from migrant parents in the US
Hadley Freeman in the Guardian “Analogies with Nazism can be unhelpful, but it is impossible for those of us who are descendants of Holocaust survivors to listen to those tapes of children crying for their parents and not think about the Jewish...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Javid announces review into use of medicinal cannabis
Thousands of sufferers of drug-resistant medical conditions have been offered hope after the home secretary launched a review into the medicinal uses of cannabis, following public pressure from the families of two sick children. But Sajid Javid ruled...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: 16.2m
The record number of people forced to flee their homes in 2017, according to the UN refugee agency. Syria topped the list, followed by Afghanistan, South Sudan and Myanmar... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: More tigers kept as pets in US than live wild globally There are believed to be more tigers in people’s back gardens in the US than there are in the wild globally. In the US, 7,000 live in captivity, whereas there are as few as 3,890 wild tigers worldwide. Most of the captive animals are kept in...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Half of workers think Britain has a ‘class ceiling’ Half of UK workers believe a regional accent and a workingclass background are barriers to success, according to a new study that revealed working-class representation in leadership roles is as low as 17%. The study was commissioned by the former...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Blocks found to be at risk of catastrophic collapse More than 200 homes on the Broadwater Farm estate in north London are at risk of catastrophic collapse and all the families are to be urgently moved out, following tests carried out in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster in north Kensington. Two...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: Nato chief’s warning over transatlantic relationship The head of Nato has warned that the deep divisions between the US under Donald Trump and its European allies are not going away and there is no certainty that the transatlantic relationship and its military alliance will survive. Against a backdrop...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK THAT WAS: 3.4m The number of people who never use cash in the UK, relying instead on debit cards. Consumers used cards for 13.2bn transactions in 2017, compared with 13.1bn for cash... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: Dialogues of desire give way to ecstatic city glamour
David Bintley has never made a particular point of using guest choreographers for Birmingham Royal Ballet – most new works for the company have been made by him. But if his commissions have been infrequent they have also been excellently ahead of the...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: Life without biscuits has old pals carping on
I remember it well. Staring at the float, a little orange stick in the water, willing it to twitch. And when it does, that magical moment, not quite believing it. It twitches again, bobs down and goes under. You pick up the rod and strike. Yes!...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: What others said “Embrace is a powerful work driven by a simmering tension that revolves around the figure of the ‘outsider’. Yet it’s easy to drift through sections.” Rachel Elderkin The Stage “Sophisticated and playful, the final part posits two camps of dancers and...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: What others said “Quiet and sedentary TV, the ageing antidote to the youthful histrionics of Love Island. It is, indeed, good for the heart.” Steve Bennett Chortle “There was something soothing and life-affirming in this embrace of the moment and the comfortable...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: Goth princess reaches for the rock-star razzmatazz
Anna Calvi belongs to a category of uncategorisable singer-songwriters – musicians who march to the beats of their own drums, neither adhering closely to rock and indie traditions, nor truly qualifying as pop. In a world of songs machine tooled for...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: America’s school-to-jail pipeline laid chillingly bare
“This is American history, not African-American history,” clarifies Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and activist from Alabama. He is among a chorus of 17 voices in this extraordinary verbatim production, written and solo-performed by Anna Deavere...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: Danielle de Niese seeks out a stern nun to fill us in on the missing history of western classical music I think I know this one, the story of the great composers of western classical music. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, etc. Sure enough, we begin with the reassuring, macho intro of Beethoven’s Fifth: da-da-da-DUM. But that’s enough of him, fade out...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: Smug drama fails to find a laugh in bullying The excellent actor Alex Lawther is all but insufferable in this glib, smug and overcooked high-school comedy drama, adapted from the 2007 novel by James St James and in which Trudie Styler makes her directing debut. Lawther plays Billy Bloom, a...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: What we learned
Audio hits harder than video A new UCL/Audible study of 102 people has shown that listening to stories – as opposed to watching them – elicits stronger physiological responses: higher heart rates, and raised body temperatures. Queen Vic to stay at...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: THE WEEK IN CULTURE: What others said “Smith’s astonishing stagecraft and sheer storytelling skills command our attention. We supply the rage ourselves.” Mark Shenton LondonTheatre.co.uk “The method of ‘becoming’ her interviewees is distancing: it’s too performative. It’s too easy to sit...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: PUZZLES: Quick crossword Across 1 Degenerate (6) 4 Gives up (5) 7 Cause to feel better (6) 8 Spasmodic (6) 9 Extremely serious (4) 10 Of good appearance and manners (8) 12 Express by movement rather than words (11) 17 Brief publication (8) 19 Dumpster — bypass (4) 20 Without...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: PUZZLES: Chris Maslanka Solutions Pyrgic: 1 Yes we do have a National Bee Unit (though we’re not down to a National Bee yet). But what was a member of the public doing in a cauliflower? Was it a colossal cauliflower or just a small member of the public? With thanks to John...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: PUZZLES: Sudoku classic 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 to join...... Pubdate:

23/06/2018: WEATHER: The dry turf tops look like a crowd of skinheads frowning into the longer grass around, some with tiaras of speedwell Journal Country diary Page 9... Pubdate:








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