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14/10/2018: Front Page: Leaked emails reveal DUP chief ‘ready for no-deal Brexit’ Theresa May has been told that the DUP leader, Arlene Foster, is “ready” to trigger a no-deal Brexit and now regards this as the “likeliest outcome” following a “hostile and difficult” exchange with the EU’s chief negotiator, an explosive set of emails...... Pubdate:

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With Sheila Rowbotham, Neal Ascherson, David Olusoga, Pat Barker, Kate Adie and more... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Front Page: Race bias in stop and search getting worse – shock report Black Britons are increasingly likely to be stopped and searched by police compared with white people, according to shocking new figures that challenge Theresa May’s attempt to reform the controversial power. The most authoritative analysis of the...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Front Page: Photography special
Featuring Annie Leibovitz, Martin Parr, Chris Stein and the stars of the future... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Labour criticises the Tories over Khashoggi silence Labour has launched a blistering attack on the government over its response to the presumed murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as pressure mounts on officials heading to Saudi Arabia for a conference. US president Donald Trump vowed “severe...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: In today’s Observer Due to an inserting error at the printers, a small number of copies of the Observer Magazine may not contain today’s Armistice special magazine. If you are missing the supplement please call us on 0800 839 100 and we will post a copy directly.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: £7,000 for a deer, £150 for a sheep… trophy hunting in the home counties
Many Britons probably think that trophy hunting is something that happens abroad. But anyone looking to bag an animal’s head to grace that empty spot on their wall needs only to head to deepest, darkest Bedfordshire where they can shoot rare deer, or,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: £9,000 The price of a ‘grade A’ red deer stag – prized for its magnificent antlers.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: £220 Wallabies and Soay sheep are lower down the price list.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: £6,965 To shoot a rare Père David’s deer.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Top Tory urges police to open probe into Brexit data misuse
A senior Conservative MP has demanded that Scotland Yard urgently explain why it has not opened a criminal investigation into three pro-Brexit campaigns that the Electoral Commission found had broken the law. Damian Collins, chair of the Commons...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: From migration to fashion – and dealing with bullies: first lady speaks her mind
Melania Trump has laid out a vision of the role of the US in the world that is markedly different from her husband’s America-first policy and said she told him the policy of separating children from their families at the US-Mexico border was...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: What Melania said ... On the #MeToo movement ‘If somebody is accused with stuff that’s not correct ... I don’t believe in that. I do stand with women but we need to show the evidence’ On globalism ‘I think it’s very important to show the world that America cares ... When...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Leading feminists claim trans debate ‘is being shut down’ Nearly 200 prominent figures have signed an open letter raising concerns that public and private bodies are helping “close down discussion” about government plans to make it easier for trans people to have their preferred gender legally...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Top climate scientist attacks UK fracking bid
One of the world’s leading climate scientists has launched a scathing attack on the government’s fracking programme, accusing ministers of aping Donald Trump and ignoring scientific evidence. James Hansen, who is known as the father of climate...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: The football-mad girl who won global fame after boys refused to shake her hand
When Sarah Yarnold posted a photo on Facebook of her seven-year-old daughter Darcy grinning and holding up a pair of muddy football boots, she didn’t expect thousands of people across the world to see it. But the accompanying caption, telling how...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Steep fall in home help despite rise in number of old people
The number of old people receiving social care support in their homes has fallen sharply over the last three years, despite a rapid rise in the elderly population and repeated government promises to tackle a crisis of provision, disturbing new figures...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: May vowed to reform stop and search. But it’s getting worse for black Britons Mark Townsend
Oraine Johnson was standing outside Dorset’s Bridport arts centre when officers targeted him. According to Johnson, police drove by, stopped their car, then accused him of looking like a drug dealer. The 32-yearold was an actor, about to perform in a...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: I was 12 when I was first frisked by police. It is time to curb this unfair, ineffectual practice
Iwas 12 years old when I was first frisked, groped and harassed by the police. I was walking down Lawrence Road in Tottenham, rocking big hair and NHS glasses, when I was ambushed by three police officers. Ferociously patting me down, they said I...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Universal credit hits vulnerable groups hardest, report shows Struggling homeowners, working single parents and the disabled will be among the hardest hit under the government’s new benefits system unless urgent action is taken in the budget, Theresa May has been warned. A comprehensive analysis of the impact of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Snapshot
Flooding at Llangattock in Powys after Storm Callum continued to wreak havoc in South Wales. More than 30 flood warnings were in place for the south-west of Britain yesterday.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: ‘Not a terror suspect again!’ – Bame stars applaud typecast-busting audition guide
Need a convincing member of a street gang for a TV show? Or a suspected terrorist for a police interrogation scene? Britain’s typecast black and Asian actors are used to rolling their eyes, taking a deep breath and heading off for the audition. The...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Call yourself a ‘moderate’? You’re just avoiding the need to make your case
Tobe moderate is to be good. That is almost incontestable political wisdom. Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, who has declared her intention to step down, is lauded as the moderate in the Trump administration. Emmanuel Macron swept to power in...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: What’s wrong with AI? Try asking a human being Amazon has apparently abandoned an AI system aimed at automating its recruitment process. The system gave job candidates scores ranging from one to five stars, a bit like shoppers rating products on the Amazon website. The trouble was, the program...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Why Cambridge locals can’t see the spires for the selfies
It’s a wet and windy afternoon in Cambridge but that hasn’t stopped hordes of British and international tourists from turning out to admire the gothic splendour of King’s College chapel. Sightseers are milling around the entrance, taking photos of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Going, gone: did Sotheby’s back Banksy stunt?
It may be in tatters, but that didn’t stop art lovers queuing down the road yesterday to view the Banksy print that shredded itself at auction. People flocked to Sotheby’s to see for themselves the work that stunned the art world last Friday when it...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Sgt Pepper named most popular album
The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was named yesterday as the most popular British studio album in history. The Official Charts Company said the band’s 1967 classic was voted favourite based on physical sales, downloads and streams in...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Ab Fab return on the cards, says Saunders Jennifer Saunders has hinted that Absolutely Fabulous could be revived. She told the Cheltenham literature festival: “I am thinking of writing a little something. It has to be age-appropriate otherwise we’d have to be in wheelchairs basically. I think...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Bank to issue ‘hard to forge’ £50 note The £50 note will remain part of UK currency following the announcement by the Bank of England of a more secure version. It will be printed on polymer after a new £20 note, featuring the artist JMW Turner, is issued in 2020, the Bank said. Doubts were...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Violent clashes at far right march A march by rightwing group the Democratic Football Lads Alliance in central London ended in violence yesterday. Hundreds of supporters were walking from Park Lane to Whitehall when some started to push through police escorts. Scores of officers on...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Pressure spots Edinburgh is considering a tourism tax as the city council leader Adam McVey looks for ways to ease pressure “on our core services and on the people who live and work here”. The popularity of the BBC series Poldark is thought to be behind a 20% rise...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Sent away to die …
Three years ago, 1,700 patients from a mental health institution in Guateng province were suddenly transferred to unlicensed care homes. Months later, many were dead from starvation, cold and severe neglect. In September 2016, Phumzile Motshegwa...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Mehmona Dubree, 36
Daphne Dubree (pictured above) visited granddaughter Mehmona after she was transferred to Takalani, a care home in Soweto for disabled children. Within six months of leaving Life Esidimeni, Mehmona had lost a considerable amount of weight. She soon...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Christopher Mogwerane, 56
Christopher Mogwerane died within two weeks of being transferred to Rebafenyi care centre. Lucas Mogwerane (pictured below with Christopher’s ID papers), had visited his schizophrenic brother at the NGO. “He was so thin. He cried like a baby,” he says,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Hendrick Maboe, 52
Schizophrenic Hendrick Maboe was moved from Life Esidimeni without the knowledge of his father, Rev Joe Maboe (pictured above with a photo of his son). When Maboe found him in an NGO in Pretoria, Hendrick was hungry and his trousers were soaked with...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Rise of robots ‘could see four-day weeks become the norm’
A four-day working week could become commonplace in Britain as automation and artificial intelligence increase workplace efficiency, a new study has concluded. If the benefits of rolling out such new technologies were passed on to staff, then they...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Extremist preacher Choudary to be freed
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the banned extremist group al-Muhajiroun, which has inspired a number of Britons to join Isis, is set to be released from prison this week. Choudary is one of about a dozen jailed radicals who are due out in the coming...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Patisserie Valerie survived the Blitz. Can it rise from the ashes again?
It’s not the first time Patisserie Valerie has been hit by a bomb: during the second world war the original cafe in London’s Soho was wrecked by the Luftwaffe. But Madame Valerie, a Belgian who started the cafe in the 1920s, simply picked herself up...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Meet Bob the flamingo – the accidental TV star who is helping to save wildlife
Bob the flamingo is an unusual advocate for conservation. He is a metre high, pink and cannot speak. Yet he is a TV star in his homeland – Curaçao in the southern Caribbean – where he plays a part in highlighting the importance of protecting...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Save the pub or safeguard health? The battle raging over the price of a pint
The great British boozer has become the latest battleground for health campaigners as they take on the drinks industry. Experts on alcohol harm reduction have criticised a £9m campaign, Long Live The Local, by the major brewers and pub chains calling...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: The Bullingdon is on its uppers. Let’s all celebrate by trashing a restaurant
IsBritain finally starting to get over its embarrassing crush on posh boys? The Bullingdon Club, the 200-year-old, male-only club reserved for the aristocracy and the very wealthy, has been shunned by the Oxford University Conservative Association. It...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Kanye needs care, not being put in front of the cameras Kanye West’s meeting with President Trump at the White House was definitely a spectacle, but funny? I didn’t think so. West ranted non-stop about welfare, prisons, the 13th amendment, being misdiagnosed bipolar, his Make America Great Again hat being...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: What’s so faux about Stella’s stance on leather? Designer Stella McCartney has been criticised for promoting faux leather. The Great British Sewing Bee host Patrick Grant says that McCartney was responsible for popularising the material, which doesn’t biodegrade. Grant is right – McCartney was...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Taking the floor: how rugs wowed the fashion pack
Shag pile, floral or fringed … rugs and carpets come in a variety of designs. But if they are not what springs to mind when you imagine haute couture, then think again. At the Marni autumn/winter show earlier this year guests were seated on piles of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Why ‘pit brow lasses’ were coal mining’s unsung heroines
It is thought of as the ultimate man’s world, a sooty-faced fraternity deep under ground. But it is a little-known fact that many women also worked in Britain’s coal mines, doing crucial jobs to keep the collieries in operation. The role of “tip...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Unseen stories give a rare insight into the young Kipling
His stories have delighted generations of children and adults, while also being criticised for extolling the virtues of empire. Now, previously unknown tales by Rudyard Kipling are to be revealed in a major collection of his short fiction. Eighty-six...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Basta! Top linguist quits UK ‘over disaster of Brexit’
One of Britain’s most celebrated young linguists, a master of 15 languages and author of two books, is quitting the UK, blaming “a dangerous political atmosphere” following the Brexit vote and “the financial brutality” of living and working here. Alex...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Filthy, funny ... and back. Fresh sex tips from the ‘agony aunts’
It was the unflinchingly filthy surprise hit of the summer, a word-ofmouth success that ousted even Love Island’s podcast from the top of the charts. Now the thousands of secret fans of the deeply horrid advice show Dear Joan and Jericha have the news...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: Rude and ruder Derek and Clive A very rude version of Pete and Dud, the pub pals created by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in the 1960s. Blue Jam Chris Morris’s comic horror show. Its surreal monologues and synthesised voices have gained cult status. Bunk Bed Proudly...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: News: The media calls us Generation Sensible. But hedonism comes at too high a price
Generation Sensible, say the headlines each time young people are reported to be in less trouble than previous generations. Gone are the days when parents would fret over their kids’ excessive consumption of Bacardi Breezers – now, the problem is that...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: World: Truth may be the final victim in mystery of Saudi journalist’s fate
In early 2016, when Mohammed bin Salman was still deputy crown prince and Donald Trump still a contender for US president, the then 30-year-old Saudi summoned British officials to Riyadh to see him. He had one thing on his mind, said two of the...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Worlcdhallenge: Saudi’s impatient, workaholic prince with a very thin skin
Looming over the disappearance and presumed murder of a dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is a 33-year-old prince, whose ruthless pursuit of power could have been lifted almost directly from the pages of a Shakespeare play to the headlines of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: World: Pirates of the Med: the divers who plunder endangered fish from protected waters
Johan Jimenez stood on a cliff, peering through binoculars at a picturesque inlet in this unspoiled corner of the Mediterranean near Marseille. “They don’t think anyone is watching from up here on land,” said the armed guard from the environmental...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: World: Hollinghurst novel sparks Czech radio row over free speech
A Man Booker prize-winning novel exploring gay relationships in Thatcher-era Britain has sparked a row over morality and media independence in the Czech Republic, after it was condemned as “pornographic” when it aired on the country’s leading cultural...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: World: Communist’s Siberian poll success exposes cracks in power of Putin
The Communist wunderkind Valentin Konovalov should already be Siberia’s youngest governor, but the elections he is supposed to win are cancelled every other week. The virtually unknown 30-year-old rode a wave of protest to win a firstround ballot in...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: World: Ukraine’s defiance is a blow to the Kremlin’s idea of one Russian world
Donald Trump seems strangely in awe of Vladimir Putin. Theresa May’s attempts to face down the Kremlin after Salisbury have had limited impact. But has Putin finally met his match in Bartholomew I, the 270th archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: ‘She has tried everything… There are no moves left’
Aformer Tory cabinet minister with decades of experience of epic parliamentary battles over Europe had this to say last week about Theresa May’s current Brexit conundrum: “I cannot for the life of me see how she can get any sort of deal done with...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Northern Ireland The DUP bites back
Theresa May has relied on the support of the Democratic Unionist party’s 10 MPs since last year’s election. In return for its backing, however, the DUP drew up a series of red lines. Now it is threatening to vote down the budget and cripple May’s...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Brussels Playing hard ball
The European Union is determined to do a deal on Brexit – but not at any cost. As it comes to crunch time, it is giving little ground. The main sticking point after more than two years since the referendum is the Irish border. Last week the EU’s chief...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Tory Europhiles Remainers’ revival
While the diehard Eurosceptics pull from the right and want a Canadastyle agreement, Tory Europhiles are applying similar levels of pressure on the prime minister from the left. Any hint of a Canada-style deal and they would vote against the agreement...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Tory Eurosceptics Chequers chuckers
As the prime minister tries to persuade the EU to accept some version of her “soft Brexit” Chequers plan, which includes observing a “common rulebook” with the EU for goods and a “facilitated customs arrangement”, the hard-Brexit Tory right are...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Scottish Nationalists Independence revisited
While the DUP says it will not tolerate any Brexit that undermines the union, the Scottish National party sees a golden chance to use the chaos that surrounds it to promote independence. While polls do not suggest there is majority support for...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Catching the killers
Earlier this month, BBC Africa Eye published an investigation using techniques developed by Bellingcat. Through forensic analysis of online sources it revealed the location of two men who had killed two women and two children.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: The new investigators Citizen journalists who shine a light on the darkest secrets When the story of 2018 is told, historians may be hard pressed to say which was weirdest: that a deadly nerve agent was deployed in a quiet cathedral town on the edge of Salisbury Plain, at the heart of our military establishment. Or that the Russian...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Baez, Springsteen… now Taylor Swift how musicians found a political voice
To a list that could begin with Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, Jefferson Airplane, Marvin Gaye and Steppenwolf, now add… Taylor Swift. It may seem a jump-cut, and in some ways it is, but Swift becomes the latest in a roll call of top-flight,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: ED VULLIAMY’S TOP 10 OF ANGER AND HOPE 1 Woody Guthrie, as sung by Joan Baez: Deportee Written in 1948, about Mexicans being deported. Still relevant seven decades later. 2 Steppenwolf: Monster/ Suicide/ America An epic trilogy on an empire built on the back of genocide. More relevant...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Polar pioneers throw light on mental toll of long, dark months
In the winter of 1897 a surgeon aboard the first research ship ever to spend a whole winter in Antarctic waters observed a worrying affliction among his crewmates. “The men were incapable of concentration, and unable to continue prolonged thought,”...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Focus: Food is a great source of pleasure. Forget that and we’re doomed to eat badly Bee Wilson
Another week, another alarming news story about eating and how we are frankly doing it all wrong. If you thought you were doing your bit towards a more sustainable diet with meat-free Mondays, think again. A report in the science journal Nature...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Millions face hardship. This flawed benefit must change If a political party were to stand today on a platform of cutting financial support for low- and middle-income parents in order to pay for tax cuts for the more affluent, it wouldn’t get elected. It’s this reality that explains the paradox at the heart...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: We can no longer close our eyes to Riyadh’s brutal crimes The furore over the disappearance, and presumed murder, of Jamal Khashoggi, a high-profile critic of the Saudi regime, has drawn two of the Middle East’s most ruthless leaders into direct confrontation. Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Will Mrs May’s ‘bastards’ really risk destroying their own government?
Iwriteto a rumble of rumours that one or more members of the cabinet will quit if the prime minister tries to make a Brexit deal that is not to their liking. This adds another diabolical dimension to what has been dubbed “hell week” for Theresa May,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Britain must hold the Saudis to account for Jamal Khashoggi Emily Thornberry
Imaginehow this government would have reacted if last weekend either Russia or Iran had abducted – and in all likelihood murdered – one of their dissident journalists within the sovereign territory of another country. In fact, we do not need to...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: What price the wisdom of a business guru whose own company tanks?
‘Unfortunately,”Luke Johnson wrote recently, “financial illiteracy permeates society from top to bottom. Too many ordinary people do not understand mortgages, pensions, insurance, loans or investing.” Johnson, the entrepreneur whose biggest asset,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 5,821 suicides in the UK in 2017... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 45-49 The age range that has the highest UK suicide rate for men... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 1981 The year suicide rates were first recorded... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 13.9 deaths per 100,000 people in Scotland, the highest suicide rate in the UK... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: The Audit Suicide rates A new role of minister for suicide prevention in England has been created... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: We let finance rip and flogged our assets – today’s austerity was bound to follow
Imaginea world in which Britain had not fetishised the deregulation of finance and not carelessly privatised its utilities as PLCs with “light touch” regulation. Then imagine it had not chosen to cut its post-financial crisis deficit solely by public...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: May I have a word
The shifting patterns of English: hammering home a word’s true meaning No one, least of all my family and close friends, would deny that I am somewhat hidebound, stuck up to my nethers in mud. I mean, don’t get me started on the subject of mobile...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: The kids are all right when it comes to justice
Ispent my adolescence in the neighbouring county to Tullamore, County Offaly, and can confirm that the Irish market town was not then renowned as a social justice leader. But that changed last week when the deportation of a Tullamore schoolboy, Nonso...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: You really can’t neighsay him
At the New York film festival, Liam Neeson recounted how on the set of his latest movie, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, a horse recognised him and began pawing the ground and whinnying. At first, I thought Mr Neeson was making a comment about his...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Well, at least you’ve got to admire her balls
The chameleon actor has done it again. It turns out Tilda Swinton does play the male character Dr Josef Klemperer, 82, in the remake of supernatural thriller Suspiria after all. This despite the fact that the film-makers had tried to throw everyone off...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: May’s siren words don’t fool anyone
I was glad that I read your business leader and columnists including William Keegan before turning to the article by Theresa May (“Labour voters should look again at my Tory party, here for everyone”, Comment, last week). With uncanny prescience, you...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Seven-year itch The problem with marriage and civil partnerships is that it is a lifetime contract (“There’s love, you’ll say, but is there any real point in getting married these days?”, Comment, last week). Given changes in life expectancy, moral values, cultural...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Britain’s view on… Brexit and the Irish border question
Belfast Telegraph ‘Incentive to smuggling’ “When the Brexit referendum was successful, business and consumer interests trading across Ireland immediately saw the danger that the frictionless trading arrangements, which had developed as part of the EU...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Let a woman speak On 28 September, Leeds city council cancelled a room booking by Women’s Place UK, which was planning a meeting that night to discuss government proposals to change the Gender Recognition Act. When the consultation on changing the GRA was launched by...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Frack and ruin Why is it so difficult for the Observer to make up its mind about fracking (“Fracking fissures obscure the need to embrace green technologies”, leader, last week)? Shale gas is a climate-changing fossil fuel, yet you claim the environmental impact of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: For the record Virgin Care did not sue Lancashire county council over a contract, as we said. Lancashire Care NHS foundation and Blackpool teaching hospitals NHS foundation successfully challenged in court the council’s decision to award a child healthcare services...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Stick to what you know, Bob Bob Geldof and the usual suspects have issued a vague, unfocused “rallying cry” to the prime minister in order to protect their various vested interests (“‘Voice of British music will be silenced in a self-built cultural jail’”, News, last week). Had...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Wrong again, Dr Johnson Martin Amis may well have said “nothing odd works long” but if he did he pinched it from Dr Johnson (Johanna Thomas-Corr’s review of Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami, New Review, last week). Which would have been an odd thing to do, since...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: When Beryl, 86, met Scarlett, four: love and affection across the ages
Lily,aged four, is clear on the chronology of ageing. “How old is very old?” she is asked. “Thirty-seven,” she replies firmly. Scarlett, also four, knows what to expect when she reaches this creaky decade. “You get wibbly-wobbly on your knees when you...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Times of Israel ‘A rambling monologue’ Toronto Star ‘Crazy to dismiss him’ Washington Post ‘A non-narcotic downer’ CNN ‘Proudly ignorant’
“The rapper didn’t rap. But, seated across from President Donald Trump, the musician delivered a rambling monologue that touched on social issues, hydrogen planes, mental health, endorsement deals, politics... It was a surreal scene even by the...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: The Brexit fanatics go for broke. This is their chance of counter-revolution
Likerevolutions, counterrevolutions abhor compromise. “Citizens,” cried Maximilien Robespierre in 1792, as he prepared the French for a reign of terror, “did you want a revolution without revolution?” Tories should be “unafraid to go forward without an...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Child’s play
A man has built a playground for refugees on Lesbos so that “the children of Lesbos can go back to being kids”. Here are some of the most impressive playgrounds around the world. Mulighedernes Park, Denmark The dragon at the heart of the park has...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Unilever’s aborted Rotterdam plot still jars with investors
The safest course of action after a humiliating defeat at the hands of your own shareholders is to duck below the parapet and get on with your day job. Unfortunately for Unilever, maker of household staples from Dove soap to Hellmann’s mayonnaise,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: RBS pays its first dividend since crash Royal Bank of Scotland has paid its first dividend since the financial crisis, almost 10 years to the day since its £45.5bn state bailout. The Treasury’s share of the windfall is about £150m. But RBS chairman Sir Howard Davies recently admitted it was...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Stock markets slump as interest rates rise Global stock markets nosedived last week, triggered by huge falls on Wall Street, as the expectation of rising interest rates pushed up bond yields. This in turn prompted investors to switch their cash out of equities and into debt. President Trump,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Owner of Scotsman and ‘i’ up for sale Debt-laden Johnston Press, the owner of newspapers including the i and the Scotsman, hung a for-sale sign over its door after protracted talks with creditors. The publisher, which owns 200 regional newspapers, opted for a sale before a £220m debt...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: Airports warning over no-deal Brexit A disorderly no-deal Brexit would have damaging consequences for the British economy and might trigger border delays and prevent aircraft landing from Europe, the government’s economic forecaster warned. The Office for Budget Responsibility said...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 1.4m Number of customers who left the big six energy suppliers last year, reducing profits by £100m.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Comment & Analysis: 73 Number of energy suppliers that UK customers can now choose from. Switching rates are at a record high.... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Business: TV’s biggest stars – Netflix and Amazon – go back into battle
The contest for cinemagoers and TV viewers was once fought between studios, film stars and broadcast networks with captive audiences. But in the reshaping of the entertainment industry for the 21st century there are only two tribes that matter: Netflix...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Business: Streaming’s greatest hits: monarchy, Man City and a horse with depression
Netflix and Amazon have invested billions of dollars in producing original content for their streaming platforms. Here are some of their most notable shows. Netflix House of Cards A remake of a British classic, the streaming site’s first original...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Business: Life after pay-TV Here are the viewing options for UK households considering whether to drop their main cable or satellite subscriptions. Netflix Cost From £5.99 basic to £9.99 premium per month; vast majority take £7.99 plan What’s on it About 5,000 titles: 3,600...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Analysis: High time for an audit of the complacent top dogs of the accountancy business
It was not only bankers, and central bankers, who got off lightly in the crisis of a decade ago. The group that most successfully stayed out of the spotlight was the auditing profession. Vast financial institutions fell over in a heap, sometimes only...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Analysis: Big six energy firms must avoid temptation to protect margins with cost cuts The millions of people who have seen their energy bills raised repeatedly in the past two years will take some comfort in the news that profits at the big six energy firms dropped by 10% over the last year. But while that is a big fall for a single...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Analysis: Salvini may be distasteful, but the EU should not push Italy to the limit Enter the Forum in Rome and you step back in time. And, like so many politicians, Matteo Salvini wants to time-travel back to an age when European economies grew quickly and the people got richer every year. This week Salvini, the far-right deputy...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Economics: May could yet leave the Rees-Mogg rebels high and dry
When the final Brexit deal hits the floor of the Commons, Brexiters who prefer leaving the EU without a deal than agreeing to a Chequers fudge will come under the most intense pressure to lay down their arms. They won’t just feel the water cannon of...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Cash: Savers’ hopes have been battered, but there are still ways to get good returns
When the Bank of England raised interest rates in August for just the second time in 10 years, many savers breathed a sigh of relief that a “lost decade”, where they saw paltry returns on their money, might finally be ending. Any relief was shortlived,...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Cash: ‘New’ House of Fraser brings new problems for customers
Is it safe to order online at the “new” House of Fraser, now owned by Sports Direct? One customer who bought £380 of goods has found himself in a similar ordeal to the thousands of unhappy customers who lost out when the “old” company went into...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Cash: Paying again for a paid-for item A House of Fraser customer who paid the last instalment on a £1,280 sofa on the day the company collapsed – and was told he’d lost his money – has described his shock at being called last week by the store and asked if he wanted to buy the sofa they’d...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Cash: If you’ve been emailed bank details … be warned
Both of these letters are depressingly similar and should be a warning to everyone who banks online. I transferred £20,000 into our pension plan, but the money never arrived. I had asked my financial adviser at Brewin Dolphin for the relevant bank...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Travel: Five of the best
1. Oregon historic trail This 2,170-mile, east–west wagon route, connecting the Missouri river to Oregon, was used by around 400,000 settlers from the 1830s onwards. This postcard of a famous painting by William Henry Jackson depicting the Oregon...... Pubdate:

14/10/2018: Weather: Speedy crossword Across 1 Traditional beliefs not supported by facts (3,5,5) 8 Impel (4) 9 Washing-up cloth (3,5) 10 Outspoken (10) 12 Pay a brief visit (4,2) 14 Regretful (6) 15 Internet manners (10) 19 Ritual suicide (4-4) 20 By mouth (4) 21 Impractical,...... Pubdate:








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