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24/06/2018: Front Page: Let us vote again! Massive Brexit demo throngs London
At least 100,000 people took to the streets yesterday as part of the largest ever demonstration of support for a new referendum over Britain’s final Brexit deal. With more businesses poised to issue dire Brexit warnings this week and senior Tories...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Front Page: 20 best summer recıpes
By Nathan Outlaw, Angela Hartnett, Giorgio Locatelli, Nigella Lawson and more... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Front Page: UK rabbi in genocide warning to Trump A leading British rabbi today draws a chilling parallel between Donald Trump’s policies on immigration – which have seen thousands of children separated from their parents on the US border with Mexico – and historical trends that have led to genocide,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Front Page: England expects!
World Cup special in Sport... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ‘It’s important for the next generation … it was a massive decision and we were lied to’
Thirty-five years ago, David Anderson marched with his father in protest against Britain joining the common market. Yesterday, he travelled down from Rugby to stand beside his daughter and call for Britain to stay inside the European Union. “I’ve gone...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Ben Moseley, 44; Isla Moseley, 11; Magnus Moseley, nearly 10
The 44-year-old software engineer dragged his two children away from their school’s summer fair to attend, the first time any of them had been to a protest. “Dad said you shouldn’t go to the fair, there are more important things,” said Magnus. His...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Isabel, 73
Retired “I feel absolutely devastated by Brexit, and I wanted to stand up and be counted. The signs didn’t take very long – they took about a week,” said Isabel, who didn’t want to give her full name. “I remember, before we were in the common market,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Dionne Ankle, 43
Human resources officer “I just feel that we have been sold a lie. People didn’t understand what the referendum would mean. And now two years down the line, it’s still not clear what we were voting for. “They were sold this lie about the NHS,” said...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Margaret Owen, 86
Academic and human rights lawyer “I’m 86 and I remember why we went into Europe: people wanted to prevent another war. During the campaign, no one pointed out the advantages of the European Union. Wherever I go, I travel all over the world, people ask...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ON OTHER PAGES There’s a huge hole in May’s NHS pledge Andrew Rawnsley, page 46 We need a fresh vote on Brexit Will Hutton, Comment, page 48 Airbus threat to quit UK over Brexit Business leader, page 56... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Leave.EU funder ‘discussed digging dirt on journalists’
Arron Banks, who funded Nigel Farage’s Leave.EU campaign, talked about using private investigators to dig up dirt on journalists looking into his business activities, evidence seen by the Observer suggests. Last week, the Observer published evidence...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Snapshot
GOT his girl: Game of Thrones stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington, who played onscreen lovers in the hit series, leave Rayne church in Kirkton of Rayne, Aberdeenshire, after their wedding yesterday.... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Battle against obesity now to be fought at the checkout
New laws to ban shops from offering special “two for the price of one” deals near supermarket checkouts for food high in sugar, fat or salt are to be introduced in an attempt to ease an obesity crisis that has made the UK the most overweight nation in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: More action is needed to protect children’s lives
The government’s new plan contains many welcome measures. But it does not go far enough. Last week my review of health and care with the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) called for new measures to tackle the crinew sis. We called for the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 26.9% of the UK population have a body mass index of 30 or above... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 5 times The increased likelihood of an overweight child becoming an obese adult... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 92% The increase in obesity in the UK since the 1990s... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 60 cancers are diagnosed daily in the UK due to excess weight... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 2 in 3 children aged 10-17 use high-energy drinks linked to health problems in young people... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: 1 in 3 children in the UK are now obese by the time they leave primary school... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: We happy few: England fans outnumbered and outsung as World Cup lives up to its name
In the vast industrial city of Nizhny Novgorod where England play Panama in their second World Cup match today, an army strode confidently through the main pedestrianised thoroughfare, chattering excitedly and snapping pictures of a band playing...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Serbia protests at Swiss players’ Albanian symbol
The Serbian Football Association has said it will make a formal complaint to Fifa after Switzerland’s Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri celebrated their goals during a 2-1 World Cup win over Serbia in Kaliningrad by performing an Albanian nationalist...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Panama prepares for the football party of a lifetime The importance Panama attaches to qualifying for the World Cup finals cannot be overstated. Until this year, the country’s impact on the world’s sporting consciousness was limited to the long jumper Irving Saladino winning its one and only gold medal...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ON OTHER PAGES All the news from Russia in 21 pages of World Cup 2018 action... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Solar panel cash cuts pull plug on off-grid life
The number of people trying to go off-grid by generating their own power has almost flatlined, with only one new UK group formed last year, says the body representing grassroots energy organisations. Cuts to subsidies for homeowners to install solar...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Highland fury as Trump rival drives golf course plan forward
On a stretch of Scotland’s north-east coast, two historic acts of Highland pillage, separated by ages, are linked across golden sands. The village of Embo in Sutherland lies in the shadow of the grander cathedral town of Dornoch but its beach is known...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Fraudsters ‘turning Dubai into the new Costa del Crime’
Fraudsters involved in scams costing the Treasury almost £100m have bought a string of luxury apartments in Dubai – now considered to have replaced Spain’s Costa Del Crime as the place to launder money – a major leak of a secret Dubai property database...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Wrestling hit star hails Hollywood’s feminist moment
Hollywood is not renowned for its inclusivity, but the hit comedy drama Glow is changing the landscape with its cast of 15 actresses, of all backgrounds, shapes and sizes, who confront stereotypes like never before. The Netflix show, which enters its...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Teachers warn of pupils’ mental health epidemic Britain’s schoolchildren are suffering from an epidemic of anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts, yet barely half get the NHS treatment they need, teachers say. Almost four in five (78%) teachers have seen a pupil struggle with a mental health...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ON OTHER PAGES Susie Orbach reflects on 40 years since Fat is a Feminist Issue... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Softly does it: British designer makes a relaxed debut at Dior
For his first, hotly anticipated collection, Kim Jones went back to the beginning. The British designer mined the Christian Dior archive for inspiration to pay tribute to the man who established the fabled brand in 1946. “The collection is really based...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Coral reefs will be overwhelmed by rising oceans, scientists warn
Scientists have uncovered a new threat to the world’s endangered coral reefs. They have found that most are incapable of growing quickly enough to compensate for rising sea levels triggered by global warming. The study suggests that reefs – which are...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ON OTHER PAGES 10 ways to clean up the fashion industry... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Labour MPs defy Corbyn to support Heathrow runway
Labour MPs who disagree with Jeremy Corbyn’s opposition to the expansion of Heathrow airport have been working closely with government ministers and Tory whips to ensure the plans win parliamentary approval tomorrow, in an extraordinary show of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Machines may beat us in debate, but will they ever have the human touch?
So a machine can now not only demolish you at chess or devastate you in Jeopardy, it can also outwit you on Question Time. Last week, in a public debate in San Francisco, IBM pitted its Project Debater software program against human opponents,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Persecution of the Roma brings shame on Europe ‘ The majority [of Roma] should be delivered back to the borders,” thundered the interior minister. “We are not here to welcome these people.” That interior minister was not Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s far-right Lega, in his rant against the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Fresh controversy over firefighters’ response to Grenfell
All fire authorities were officially advised to train key staff to determine when they should abandon the “stayput” policy for residents in burning tower blocks three years before the Grenfell tragedy, it has emerged. But the quality and scope of the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Social housing is now a vanishing option for poorer young families
Struggling young families have seen their access to social housing fall as fast as their chances of buying a home, according to new analysis of the housing crisis. The shrinking stock of social housing has seen the share of young families who live in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Search for a haven in chaos of world’s youngest state
Thousands of South Sudanese have fled the resurgent civil war to find refuge in the marshes. Peter Beaumont in Nyal finds families escaping murder, rape and arson – and a country where shifting political rivalries have brought only ruin The canoe is...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: There are good reasons why poor British children struggle in school
Are underprivileged migrant schoolchildren just smarter or are they harder workers than other children with similar backgrounds? Or perhaps it’s just that hope hasn’t been drained out of migrant families? Yet. Schools in deprived areas with a high...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Melania, if you want to send out a message, just leave him The jury is still out on the meaning of Melania Trump’s “I really don’t care, do u?” jacket. Was it just a crass fashion choice (from a model who knows the power of clothing) or more than that? While President Trump claimed that it was Melania’s...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: You’re right, Barry, we did know and it made us love you all the more Is the semi-closeted gay man a thing of the past? Barry Manilow has said that, even though he didn’t officially come out for years, “everyone knew”. (The news “broke” with his wedding to Garry Kief in 2015). I know a bit about Bazzer, perhaps a bit...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: Cathedrals pull in crowds with revival of the middle ages
For centuries they have been places of quiet reflection, highbrow music and greyish stone. But now cathedrals are transforming their genteel image with bright colour, noisy processions and drama, reviving long-abandoned practices from the middle ages...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: News: ‘I want Cambridge to say: yes, we do have a problem around race’
Exams in Cambridge are over, and although the sun is blazing down on the spires of King’s, Trinity and St John’s, many of the students are still in bed, recovering from the formal May balls the night before. But while its students were spending every...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Opposition stages huge rallies as Erdoğan faces critical poll test
Hundreds of thousands of Turkish voters turned out on to the streets and squares of Istanbul yesterday for a final day of rallies ahead of crucial presidential and parliamentary elections taking place today. In a remarkable display of his growing...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Saviour and sultan, ally and foe – Turkish leader divides west
It has been a momentous week for Turkey – but for reasons that have little direct bearing on today’s nationwide elections. In a ceremony thousands of miles away in Forth Worth, Texas, the Turkish air force took delivery of its first Lockheed Martin...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: ELECTION LINE-UP Recep Tayyip Erdoğan The favourite hoping for five years under a new system granting vast powers. Muharrem İnce Backed by the prosecular Republican People’s party. Promises a return to a parliamentary system. Meral Akşener Former deputy parliament...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: ‘Who do I draw now?’ Malaysia cartoonist’s wry lament over the fall of his top targets
Few celebrated the fall of the Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak in last month’s election quite like Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque. The country’s most controversial political cartoonist, known as Zunar, had spent the past nine years subject to endless...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Zimbabwe leader escapes bomb at rally in Bulawayo
Emmerson Mnangagwa, the president of Zimbabwe, has escaped an apparent assassination attempt during an election campaign rally in the southern city of Bulawayo. Local media reported that security personnel and several ministers were hurt in the blast...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Netflix CEO fires press chief over racial slur
The head of Netflix has told his staff he needs to “set a better example” after sacking the company’s head of communications for twice using the “N-word” during work meetings. Reed Hastings, the video streaming company’s co-founder, told staff in a...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: How a bridge in Bavaria became the symbol of Merkel’s divided coalition
On the A8 motorway between Salzburg and Munich, a policeman signals to a black BMW with Bulgarian number plates to pull over, and the driver parks and opens the boot. Five police officers, one armed with an assault rifle, ask him to remove its...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: ON OTHER PAGES We should all clear this mess up Observer Comment, page 44 UK must be part of the solution Letters, page 50... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Too smart, too successful: Mongolia’s superwomen struggle to find husbands
At the UB comedy club at the back of a bar in central Ulaanbaatar, the audience is overwhelmingly female. Groups of smartly dressed women, just out of the office, sip from bottles of beer while watching a young Mongolian man on stage. “Our women are...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Surrogacy raid finds 33 women Thirty-three pregnant women who were carrying babies on behalf of Chinese clients have been discovered during a raid on an illegal commercial surrogacy operation. Five people were arrested following police raids at two apartments in Phnom Penh.... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Priest sentenced for abuse images A Vatican court yesterday sentenced a Catholic priest to five years in jail for possessing child abuse images while he was based in the US as a diplomat. Carlo Alberto Capella will serve time in the small jail inside the Vatican police force...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: World: Female drivers take to the roads Women will hit the roads in Saudi Arabia today as the world’s last ban on female drivers is lifted in the kingdom. The move is part of sweeping reforms by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to open up the country’s conservative society.... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: The week America looked in the mirror and recoiled
Portraits of the slaveowning presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson loomed over the Resolute desk, daylight reflecting off its polished surface. Donald Trump sat in a burgundy leather chair flanked by two of his most loyal lieutenants, Mike...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: IN COMMENT How can America call itself a Christian country if it treats children like this? Where Trump leads, too many others happily follow Observer Comment, page 44 Britain must be part of the migration solution... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: ‘Our country is not a safe place’: why Salvadorans will still head for the US
Outside the migrants’ attention centre in San Salvador, 19-year-old Berenice Cruz’s eyes dart around nervously before she whispers that she fled El Salvador “because of the crime”. Nearly all her family belong to a gang, she says, but she refuses to...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: ways to clean up fashion
To forecast the fashion of the future is a perilous business. Many years ago I road-tested compostable clothes for this newspaper. The corn-starch separates promised much: they potentially allowed us a guilt-free way of consuming fashion at a frenetic...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: ‘Opera leaves me transfigured …’ Rufus Wainwright on why he has lost faith in pop
At 44, the singer and songwriter Rufus Wainwright is shortly to loose his second opera on the world. Hadrian, which opens in Canada later this year, will tell of the Roman emperor’s long relationship with his lover, Antinous. And creating it has been...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: Bats, rats and birds enlisted to help end viral pandemics
For several months, health workers have been battling to contain an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A total of 60 cases, 28 of them fatal, have been reported around the town of Mbandaka, though authorities say the outbreak is...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Focus: Boris Becker Sad and turbulent saga of a fallen tennis champion
The tennis star Boris Becker last week retweeted, without comment, a quote from the 2006 film Rocky Balboa. “It ain’t about how hard you hit,” Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky tells his son, “it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: How can America call itself a Christian country if it treats children like this?
The screams of children being taken from their mothers and fathers at our border, under our flag, haunts the nation. Across political and religious divides, the nation – and the world – is aghast and Americans are refusing complicity in all the ways...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Separating children from parents marks a moral low The really shocking thing about the spectacle of distraught children being forcibly separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border is not the sheer inhumanity of this practice. That is beyond question. Nor is it the mind-numbing idiocy of a...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: A tragic reminder of what happens when the NHS fails to listen Seventy years after a leaflet dropped on the doormat of every household informing them of a new entitlement to free healthcare, the NHS remains our most cherished national institution. But as the country stands poised to celebrate its birthday, the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: There’s a huge hole in Theresa May’s spending pledge for the health service
One of the more sensible things that the Tories did during their otherwise terrible general election campaign last summer was not to make too many promises about tax. Though they never explicitly acknowledged that taxes might have to go up during this...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Love Island is a Rorschach test: see what you want to see
On Friday, an evicted Love Island contestant appeared on Daily Politics alongside Nigel Farage and Alastair Campbell to talk about Brexit. Hayley Hughes, from Liverpool, has achieved fame and notoriety beyond the show’s traditional audience for not...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: After Gosport, who would want to be elderly and in hospital now?
‘Please make comfortable.” This, we learn from the report into hundreds of hastened deaths at Gosport’s War Memorial hospital, was the term favoured by Dr Jane Barton, followed by: “I am happy for nursing staff to confirm death.” Anyone with older...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: The message is loud and clear. We need a fresh vote on the Brexit deal
It is barely disguised civil war. Brexit politicians and their powerful press are leading our country into the deepest of economic and political mires. “Fuck business” was reportedly Boris Johnson’s reaction to Airbus’s warning that it would have to...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: May I have a word
I am pleased to announce that I have a new heroine. Please step forward Geraldine McCaughrean and take your rightful place atop the winner’s podium. The Carnegie medal winner and author of 160 books has gone into battle against publishers who prefer...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: That’s quite enough silly walks. New voices please
Comedy controller Shane Allen caused traditionalist nostrils to quiver with mild outrage last week when he announced the BBC’s new slate of sitcoms and sketch shows, some of which have been written by men, some by women and some by people who are not...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Why on earth should she eat humble pie?
Catherine Zeta-Jones has had enough of pussyfooting around the important stuff. “One thing I’m not is humble any more,” the Welsh actor, Hollywood superstar and humility opponent told the Mirror. “I’m sick of being humble. I really am. ‘So sorry I’m...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Oh don’t snigger at non-Tory boy
Those looking for a new comedy experience would do well to check in on YouTuber Alfie Deyes, whose week has been most amusing, although perhaps not for him. After uploading a 36-minute video, in which he challenged himself to live on £1 for 24 hours,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Favouring the few I was interested to read Charlie Cooper’s letter suggesting that Grenfell reflected the divisions in society between the “deserving” and “undeserving” poor (“Putting Grenfell in context”, letters, last week). I believe that the issue is wider than that...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Of birds and bees It is shocking to see how the insect life in our garden has disappeared (“Where have all our insects gone?”, Special report, last week). Normally, the lawn is covered with bees enjoying the clover flowers, but this year there are hardly any or on the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: You can’t measure the mind How can “intelligent” people believe in the validity of IQ tests (“If we were really smart, we’d get over our fixation on the IQ test”, Comment, last week)? Presumably because they have, or believe they have, high scores themselves, as “measured” by...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: NME ‘Claim is nonsense’
“In order to treat Alfie Dingley’s condition, his family took him to the Netherlands where they were able to give him a cannabis-based treatment. The claim that it has ‘no recognised medicinal or legitimate use’ is nonsense, and the Home Office must...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: UK must be part of migration solution How can the Observer lecture Europe on migration without acknowledging the role that the UK has played in creating this hostile environment (“Europe must find a united voice on migration”, leader, last week)? The UK must discharge its own moral and...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Cannabis hypocrisy The Home Office has finally seen sense and shown compassion in allowing Billy Caldwell to be treated with medicinal cannabis (“Family wins right to treat son’s severe epilepsy with cannabis oil”, News, last week). However, in treating the decision as...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Diversity debate deepens Kenan Malik makes some excellent and long overdue comments about the diversity versus equality debate stimulated by Lionel Shriver’s recent criticism of Penguin Random House’s pledge to make its company more reflective of society (“We’re now confusing...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Kitty’s legacy It is fitting that a non-commercial launderette opening in a poor area of Liverpool should be named after Kitty Wilkinson, who opened the country’s first public washhouse during a cholera epidemic in the 1830s (“Soap suds and films honour the legacy of...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: The Scotsman ‘Myopic intransigence’ “Legalisation won’t end the war on drugs, though may take some of the sting out of it. It’s a start, though, as to how we address matters. Ramping up and tooling up isn’t working and indeed is clearly failing, as drug wars on the streets of Glasgow...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: For the record In an article about research into life satisfaction levels among young people in the Netherlands, comparisons with the United Kingdom were introduced during the editing process. The relevant data, as the accompanying graphic made clear, referred only...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Write to us Letters, which may be edited, should include a full name and postal address and be sent to Letters to the Editor The Observer, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU (to be received by noon Thursday). Email: observer.letters@observer.co.uk (please...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Noli me tangere “Undisturbed forest is incredibly rare,” said Dr Simon Willcock (“The secret rainforest hidden at the heart of an African volcano”, Focus, last week). And now it has just got a bit rarer. Will we never learn not to tamper in places so special? Look out...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Devon Live ‘Strong case to legalise’ “I have long believed that change is overdue… There is a strong case to legalise, regulate and tax cannabis, invest the revenue in health education and drug treatment programmes and take the crime off our streets.” Ben Bradshaw MP... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: INews ‘Choice of strength’ “Regulating cannabis would provide choice of strength in the same way we have a choice between beer and... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: It would be stupid to think we have moved on from war. Look around
Many of us – and as a Canadian I certainly include myself – have lived so long in what historians are starting to call the Long Peace that we have come to assume that war is an abnormality. Something that may afflict others, from different cultures in...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: CNN ‘Held in incarceration’
“It is sheer terror for your children to be forcibly taken away from you, with no idea where they are being taken, who will be caring for them, or when you will see them or even communicate with them again. The emotional pain feels even worse when it...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Business Insider ‘Similarity to Nazis’ “Many people have pointed to the glaring similarity: in the Nazi death camps and concentration camps, much like at the US-Mexico border, children were separated from parents… Critics of the administration’s actions should… refrain from comparisons that...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: The Toronto Star ‘Torn beyond repair’ “Trump’s America has worn a veneer of civilisation and stretched it so thin that it has torn beyond repair. On Tuesday, the country withdrew from the UN Human Rights Council. Then again, this is a continent where history repeats itself with the...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Irish Central ‘Open prisons’ “People have pointed out that some asylum-seekers are effectively living in open prisons for up to seven years in Ireland.” Ciaran Tierney... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Steve Hilton’s silence speaks volumes about the hollow men of the right
TSEliot didn’t get it quite right. The world doesn’t end with a whimper but a giggle, which reveals that cruelty and lies can pass unchallenged. What was once outrageous is now just a joke at the expense of humourless moralists who don’t understand how...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Comment & Analysis: Secrets revealed
The starting line-up of England’s team for its World Cup game against Panama appeared to be revealed by accident in a photograph. The camera has inadvertently revealed other confidential information: In 2009, Bob Quick, a counter-terrorism officer,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: Analysts can pay a price for drilling too deep into Gazprom
There’s an old joke in the City that starts with the question: what’s the difference between a supermarket trolley and an equity analyst? The gag is flexible, with at least two different punchlines. The first has it that the equity analyst can hold...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: Green goes to court to halt BHS report Sir Philip Green is seeking a gagging order to prevent the full publication of a watchdog’s report that casts fresh light on the BHS scandal. On Thursday, Green launched a high court bid to stop the Financial Reporting Council publishing its damning...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: Disney strikes back in battle for Fox Disney has boosted its offer for 21st Century Fox to more than $71bn in a bid to knock rival Comcast out of the battle to buy the bulk of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment empire. Disney has upped its offer to $71.3bn (£54bn) – from $52.4bn – trumping...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: Watchdog quizzes PR chief’s driver A chauffeur who works for City PR man Roland Rudd was questioned by regulators as part of an investigation into insider dealing. The driver is understood to have been interviewed about eight months ago with the full cooperation of Rudd’s PR firm,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: Accountancy firms get ticked off KPMG, the accountancy firm that approved Carillion’s books before its collapse, has been singled out by the industry regulator, which said that the quality of the audit profession was in decline. The Financial Reporting Council said the profession had...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: 24% Plunge in profits at Dixons Carphone, which reported a pretax total of £382m for the year to 28 April.... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business & Cash: 92 Number of Carphone Warehouse stores Dixons is closing this year as it adapts to a changing market.... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business: After Carney, who might become the new boss at the Bank?
Philip Hammond has spent many idle moments thinking about who should succeed Bank of England governor Mark Carney. How, the chancellor asks himself, can he repeat the stunning, rabbit-out-ofa-hat moment when No 11’s previous incumbent, George Osborne,...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business: Chicago school economists, old hands from Theadneedle Street, academics and one or two genuine outsiders are in the running
Andrew Bailey Age 59 Current job Chief executive, Financial Conduct Authority. Economic stance Likely to maintain the current position on interest rates of slow and incremental increases. He favours free trade and using conventional monetary...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Business: ‘Aloof’ Blackwell’s comes off campus and book sales surge
For many Britons Blackwell’s is a highstreet name forever associated with studentdom and campus stores laden with weighty academic tomes. But, like the students who are currently awaiting exam results, the 139-year-old retailer is keen to graduate from...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Analysis: There’s no panic yet: but Trump’s trade war could very quickly get out of hand
It’s a skirmish, no more than that. The trade tariffs going up around the world might be adding millions to the cost of importing goods, but it’s not a war and it won’t mean the end of global growth. Or at least that seems to be the general view. The...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Analysis: Never tell me the odds: making a success of Star Wars is tricky these days The most surprising aspect of the lacklustre box-office performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story is the one thing that should have mattered to audiences: it is not a terrible film. Nonetheless, its US takings of nearly $200m paled in comparison with...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Analysis: Airbus talk of quitting UK base should ring alarm bells on Brexit Avisit to the impressive Airbus factory in Broughton is an insight into state-ofthe-art manufacturing and what it means to a workforce, a region and a country. Its 6,000 employees have wellpaid, highly skilled jobs that bring vital income to the north...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Economics: Don’t wait for worried workers to call shots on wages
The bargaining power of the average British worker should be back to where it was when Tammy Wynette topped the charts with Stand By Your Man and the Rolling Stones announced an upcoming American tour with a performance from the back of a truck on...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Cash: Crying foul: footballer told he could lose his house over unpaid grass-cutting bill
Professional footballer Zeli Ismail had never heard of a “rentcharge” when he bought his freehold home in Wolverhampton in May 2015. But the overlooked clause in his property’s deeds has led to the Bury midfielder facing large legal bills and...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Cash: How to tell if there is a charge The charge would usually be on a property’s “register of title” held at the Land Registry. This will tell you how much it is and details of the document that created it, but not always who it is payable to. “It will specify what happens if it is not...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Cash: Stress was the only thing Expedia booked for us
I booked and prepaid through Expedia for two rooms at the Ryad Boustane hotel in Marrakech. The confirmation clearly stated: “No need to call to reconfirm this reservation.” We arrived at the hotel at 9pm to discover that no booking had been received...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Cash: Virgin’s mistakes … but I pay the price For the last 15 years I have had a credit card with Virgin Money, and paid the full balance each month by direct debit. Last month, three days after the debit is usually taken, I received a text from Virgin Money reminding me that a payment was due. I...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Travel: For a taste of modern (and old Soviet) Russia, World Cup visitors should try these restaurants, which are putting a new twist on Slavic cuisine
1 Uhvat Uhvat is leading the resurgence in traditional Slavic cooking, with slow-cooked dishes such as schchi soups with fermented cabbage and chichelindas, an old recipe for pate (£5). For dessert, try toplyonoe moloko, a thick creamy dessert made...... Pubdate:

24/06/2018: Weather: Speedy crossword No. 1,186 Across 7 Deciduous tree: London district, former borough (6) 8 Marijuana cigarette (6) 9 Impose, as a tax (4) 10 1963 film of a Henry Fielding novel, with Albert Finney (3,5) 11 Cold beverage (4,3) 13 Go off script (2-3) 15 Section of a long...... Pubdate:








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