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18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: Unilateralism mak...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Former CIA agent char...
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18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: The verdict...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Room with a phew...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Stokes cleared for En...
18/01/2018: SPORT: ‘I love the ball’...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: Hundreds of jobs ...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Doubts over Reuben fa...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: Goldman posts fir...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: Burberry’s boom...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Prosecutors expect...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: £16bn
18/01/2018: WEATHER: Thousands of visito...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Puigdemont under fire...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: ‘Melrose has ea...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Music Diva of Timbukt...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Brown placed on garde...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Sánchez deal may not...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Sturridge in frame fo...
Australian Open 2018: Garbine Muguruza b...
18/01/2018: WORLD: ‘Army of beauties...
How Gianni Versace and Andrew Cunanan me...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Otamendi extends cont...
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18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: WEF’s global wa...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: 2031
Liverpool footballer Jon Flanagan avoids...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: ‘I was a vulnera...
18/01/2018: INSIDE: UN chief’s disquie...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Young people will ...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Poll shows GPs ‘...
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18/01/2018: EXPLAINED: Why are the super...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: 1m
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: 7
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18/01/2018: WORLD: Embattled Schulz trie...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Can you match America...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: New nuclear plant...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Caverns connected...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Rose refutes poll and...
Stormy Daniels story is a reminder of Tr...
Surprise at their ages on social media a...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Wigan cruise to shock...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: £342m
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18/01/2018: INSIDE: Fear now rules Trump...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Four Bennell youth...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Algorithm guilty o...
18/01/2018: NEWS: Facebook to reinvestig...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: In figures
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: 137
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: ‘The female char...
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18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Bridge made famous...
18/01/2018: NEWS: $100,000
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: £150m
18/01/2018: EXPLAINED: Self-help kicks o...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Turning the page? ...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Europe’s microwa...
18/01/2018: EXPLAINED: More consumers tu...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Hunt for two women...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: ‘Oh my god, you...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Hand-rearing hen h...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Children who play ...
18/01/2018: WORLD: La victoire
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Greens accused of ...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: ‘Vasectomies for...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Pakistani denied a...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: The year’s top s...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Maximum headroom...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Victim tells of fe...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: Cineworld buoyed ...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Private providers ...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Use your powers to...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Art review Riley...
18/01/2018: EYEWITNESS: Eyewitness...
18/01/2018: SPORT: ‘I feel happy on co...
Drivers are warned to stay off the roads...
18/01/2018: SPORT: 4-0
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18/01/2018: SPORT: He did things you’d...
Australia PM Turnbull in Japan for econo...
Macau police hunt VIP dealer after $6 mi...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Jones’ extended dea...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: £1bn
18/01/2018: SPORT: Ready for action...
18/01/2018: SPORT: ECB’s ruling raises...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Henderson waits on Al...
18/01/2018: SPORT: ‘Everyone’s thoug...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Ayew’s feet of qual...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Nine-man Chelsea go t...
18/01/2018: SPORT: Succession planning...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: ‘Flimsy’ reass...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Sky Sports present...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: ‘Other Philip Gr...
18/01/2018: FRONT PAGE: £10.3bn
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Fisheries seek to ...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: On reflection...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Wedding ring...
18/01/2018: WORLD: US to expand Syria pr...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Victims launch app...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: RSC to explore thr...
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: 40,000
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: The altar of fashi...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: MPs snap over ‘u...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: MPs condemn RBS m...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Man abducted and r...
18/01/2018: NATIONAL: Royal baubles: Ger...
18/01/2018: WORLD: 12
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18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: 20%
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18/01/2018: NATIONAL: A year on the Gold...
18/01/2018: WORLD: Women’s stories spa...
18/01/2018: IN BRIEF: Human rights group...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: 431p
Terry Richardson posts NUDE image of his...
18/01/2018: FINANCIAL: 448p
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South Islanders warned of thunderstorms,...
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17/01/2018: News: How to participate at the cinema
There are three basic rules when it comes to clapping: don’t clap along to TV theme tunes; don’t clap when planes land; and absolutely do not clap in the cinema. This last rule, however, has seemingly not reached audiences of Darkest Hour, because they...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Liam Gallagher
Age: 45. Appearance: Christopher Eccleston second draft. Liam! How IS he? He is EXACTLY himself! That is excellent news! What has he done this time? He has given an interview in which he reveals he is still happily piling into drugs like a wingnut...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: The truth about unused holiday leave
It turns out the good people of British Airways are extremely concerned about the wellbeing of the nation’s employees, and have commissioned a study to raise awareness of the fact that we are working too hard. More specifically, the fact that we aren’t...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Finding your lookalike is fun – but the science behind it is scary
Worried you’re no oil painting? Well, there’s an app for that! The internet is obsessed with a new feature in the Google Arts & Culture app that finds your museum doppelganger. You take a selfie, then Google trawls a database of art to find the museum...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Backwards books: a terrible trend for our anti-intellectual times Forget my misgivings about the surveillance state. I can think of one excellent application of facial recognition technology: identifying and ostracising people who display their books backwards, so the spine faces the wall. Yes, spineless book...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Does Uber need a silent mode?
Have you ever been in an Uber where your driver won’t stop talking? Meanwhile, all you want to do is quietly take selfies and figure out who your museum doppelganger is. It seems to be a common enough sentiment that demands for an “Uber silent mode”...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Say what?
Republican Kevin McCarthy is the US’s House majority leader. He is also, it transpires, Donald Trump’s key sweet fetcher. Trump prefers strawberry and cherry flavour Starbursts. Upon learning this fact, the Californian congressman arranged for a member...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Jerusalem syndrome: what is it?
The disappearance of Oliver McAfee, a 29-year-old British tourist who was last seen in November, has raised the possibility that he may be suffering from a disorder known as Jerusalem syndrome. McAfee had been cycling through the Negev desert in...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Is strong the new skinny?
‘Imagine you’re a Page 3 girl and they’re going for the butt shot,” says Chloe Madeley, helpfully. turned personal trainer and Instagram phenomenon – and the daughter of daytime telly pairing Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan – is trying gamely to...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: Is whistleblowing worth prison or a life in exile?
Daniel Ellsberg, the US whistleblower celebrated in Steven Spielberg’s new film, The Post, was called “the most dangerous man in America” by the Nixon administration in the 70s. More than 40 years later, the man he helped inspire, Edward Snowden, was...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: News: In it together
My community is gentrifying fast and I’m part of the problem. What can I do to help? Remember that it’s not up to you to deal with the problem singlehandedly. As the New Economics Foundation’s housing expert Joe Beswick points out: “Gentrification is...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: Why fashion has never been so important
The Oscars are six weeks away, and already my red-carpet predictions for this season have been proved wrong. When the Weinstein scandal broke last autumn, I assumed that red-carpet pageantry would be sidelined in the new world order. In 2018, surely no...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: 4 Michelle Obama
Remember when Flotus wore J Crew pencil skirts, not $51,000 coats by Dolce & Gabbana? A brightly coloured pencil skirt says approachable and professional. This Arket version – long-length and knitted blue – is so casual you could wear it with trainers...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: 2 Natalie Massenet
The fashion industry has no shortage of pencil-skirt icons. Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet deserves a lifetime achievement award for dedication to the cause of outlandish iterations, pairing leopard print with little black tops and leather...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: 1 Marlene Dietrich
An early example of the pencil skirt, as designed by Christian Dior. Dietrich wears it in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1950 film Stage Fright, the peplum on the jacket creating the postwar hourglass shape. Pencil skirts in similar heritage fabrics were all over...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: 5 Meghan Markle in Suits
Much has been written about Meghan Markle’s style since her engagement to Harry, but what about her time on set in Suits? Her character, paralegal Rachel Zane, is the epitome of a power pencil-skirt wearer, all tucked-in and professional. For skirts...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: 3 Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe’s walk down a train platform in Some Like it Hot is the archetypal pencil-skirt fashion reference. The modern equivalent of the va-va-voom look is the stretchy pencil skirt favoured by Kim Kardashian and the Instagram set, usually paired...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Style: Sharpen up News from the catwalks: according to Prada and Gucci, pencil skirts are back at the sharp edge of fashion. But are you a pencil skirt person? Certainly, as a counterpoint to a voluminous top, or a way to feel more pulled-together in the office, they...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Arts: The dancer wears Prada
Alexander McQueen always resisted the idea of working for dance. Even when invitations came from the Paris Opera Ballet, the fashion designer worried about being reduced to the status of “costume department”. But in 2009, he broke his rule – for...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Live Reviews: Theatre Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992
Irecently suggested that, while one-person shows could present conflict, they lacked the multiple perspectives of drama. This verbatim piece about the Los Angeles riots of 1992, originally researched, written and performed solo by Anna Deavere Smith,...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Live Reviews: Comedy Denim: World Tour
The conceit of drag girlband Denim’s show World Tour is that they’re performing it on stage at Wembley. Its achievement is to convince you that, were they to do so, they wouldn’t look out of place. They may not be performing to the 12,000 people they...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Live Reviews: Theatre Tiny Dynamite
Every year Luce (EvaJane Willis) takes the homeless Anthony (Niall Bishop) away on holiday. The pair are bound by a childhood experience involving an electrical storm, and by a more recent tragedy in which the woman they both loved died. But who is the...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: Sam Wollaston There’s a certain amount of boxticking, but this new Swedish crime drama is already flying
At a party, in Stockholm, a young man called Christian is selling drugs, to a woman called Inez, with a Z. Uh oh, Christian’s mum, Hanna, a cop, suddenly shows up, with a couple of uniformed colleagues. Empty your pockets, son. “Happy?” he asks her,...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: Kiri 9pm, Channel 4
Jack Thorne’s drama about the abduction of a fostered girl and its aftermath continues. This time, the focus is largely on Kiri’s grandfather, Tobi (Lucian Msamati, above, giving a performance of both power and subtlety), and his hunt for his son,...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: When Beyoncé Met Jay-Z 10pm, Channel 5 A doc from that wellestablished subgenre: celebrity tittle-tattle. Before they married she was queen of R&B and he was hip-hop’s most eloquent MC. Now, she is much more besides – while he has just made his best album for years. Here, the time-honoured...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: Millionaires’ Ex-Wives Club 9pm, BBC Two The former wives of the super rich might not seem like appropriate recipients of collective pity, especially when they’re talking litigation. Despite that, this manages to be a human documentary, exploring the panic and pain that a split can cause a...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: A Stitch in Time 8.30pm, BBC Four Amber Butchart continues her stylish journey through history, searching for clues in clothing. A portrait of a hedge-cutter catches her eye, as it’s rare to see a working man in a painting. Art historian Florence Evans uncovers more details about the...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: Girlfriends 9pm, ITV There’s lots to enjoy in Kay Mellor’s drama about three northern gal pals of a certain age coping with furtive fellas and family crises, but things suddenly look grim for cash-strapped widow Linda (Phyllis Logan). Since her hubby Micky disappeared into...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Tv And Radio: And another thing I’m enjoying the Dancing on Ice storm, the cries of ‘fix’ after Candice was eliminated in spite of getting the same number of votes as Lemar... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Puzzles: Quick crossword Across 1 Very tall building (10) 7 Dried aromatic fruit from the West Indies (8) 8 Zoom — prolonged cry (4) 9 Duration (4) 10 Ear (slang) (7) 12 Holmes’ home thoroughfare (5,6) 14 Sketch (7) 16 Bombard — skin (4) 19 Fluff — sorrowful (4) 20 Oblique...... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Puzzles: Sudoku Medium. Fill the grid so that each row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1-9. Printable version at theguardian.com/sudoku... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Puzzles: Wordsearch Can you find 14 words that can precede STONE in the grid? Words can run forwards, backwards or diagonally, but always in a straight, unbroken line.... Pubdate:

17/01/2018: Puzzles: Suguru Fill the grid so that each square in an outlined block contains a digit. A block of 2 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:

17/01/2018: Puzzles: Word wheel 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 lease one nineletter word to be...... Pubdate:








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