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27/11/2016: FRONT PAGE: FIDEL CASTRO 1926- 2016
Fidel Castro proved as divisive in death as he was in life, with enemies and admirers agreed only on his place in the history books, as a towering figure who transformed a small Caribbean island into a major force in world affairs. Mourning and...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: FRONT PAGE: Elderly care ‘close to collapse’ as council funding runs out Theresa May was under intense pressure last night from senior doctors and a powerful cross-party alliance of politicians to avert a collapse in care for the elderly, as shocking new figures show the system close to meltdown. The medical profession,...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: FRONT PAGE: Lib Dems try to lure Labour vote in Richmond byelection The Liberal Democrats will target pro-EU Labour voters and “soft Tories” who backed Remain in a final canvassing blitz before Thursday’s Richmond byelection, amid growing confidence in their camp that they are within striking distance of winning the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘Of course I’m crying. We Cubans are Fidelista even if we’re not communists’
“Revolution … is sacrifice,” echoed the trembling voice of an elderly Fidel Castro around the streets of Old Havana at dawn yesterday, as Cuban state radio began replaying his speeches, the day after his death. Dani, 37, who takes tourists around the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Guerrilla leader, dictator – and an unrepentant revolutionary His was a life that helped define the course of the 20th century
As with Che Guevara, his one- time comrade-in-arms, Fidel Castro was the man who made revolutions sexy. With his wild beard, olive- green military fatigues, darkly petulant good looks and trademark cigars, El Comandante became the anachronistically...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Sadness in the townships, joy in Florida … how the world reacted
At midnight, they began to pour onto the streets of Little Havana, generations of Cuban-Americans bashing metal pots, blasting car horns and waving Cuban and American flags through the night as they celebrated the death of the dictator many knew as “el...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Galloway recalls Cuban leader as ‘man of the century’, but others on the left
Fidel Castro’s stubborn defiance of the US struck a chord with many oppressed people in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, who saw parallels between Cuba’s struggle and their own. But he also inspired many on the left of British politics, for...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: IN THEIR R WORDS S
The world marks the passing of a brutal dictator whwho oppressed his own people for nearlyn six decades. FidelFi Castro’s legacy is one oof firing squa squads, theft, uni unimaginable suff ering, poverty and denial of human rights. Donald Trump,...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Africa pays tribute to Cuba’s role in wars of independence
To many in western capitals, Castro is remembered as a die-hard dictator who stubbornly chose to remain loyal to a defeated ideology. But elsewhere he was considered a friend, ally and in some places a saviour. Yesterday’s response across Africa –...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘Castro and Che Guevara launched a programme of education to eliminate illiteracy. They made sure no one went hungry’ Will Hutton on Castro’s vision... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Exploding cigars, milkshake poison, a shellfish bomb: 634 ways the CIA tried to kill Castro From exploding cigars to poison pills hidden in a cold-cream jar, the CIA and Cuban exile groups spent nearly 50 years devising ways to kill Fidel Castro. None of the plots, of course, succeeded, but one of his loyal security men reckoned that a total...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Powerful tools of personality cult and propaganda
The front of yesterday’s issue of the official newspaper of the central committee of the Communist party of Cuba was dominated by a shot of Fidel Castro Ruz in his cap, waving the national flag under the historic Cuban slogan: “Hasta la victoria...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: IN HIS OWN WORDS
I am not interested in power, nor do I envisage assuming it at any time. CastroCas in January 1959, when his rebelsrebe toppled Cuban leader FulgencioFulg Batista I beganbe the revolution withwi 82 men. If I had to do it again, I would do it with 10 or...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Thirteen days when Cuba was at the centre of a global nuclear terror
I have no memories of the Cuban missile crisis, that moment in October 1962 when the world stood on the brink of nuclear war. As an avid nine-year-old reader of newspapers there was, suddenly and inexplicably, no news at home. My parents, I...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Two of our columnists were honoured last week for outstanding opinion writing at the Editorial Intelligence comment awards
Rachel Cooke was named arts, culture and entertainment commentator of the year and Kenan Malik won the award for society and diversity commentator of the year Plus Two Observer writers have been shortlisted for the British Journalism Awards, announced...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: CAPTAIN SULLY’S STARRING ROLE
Chesley Sullenberger, hero pilot, on being played by Tom Hanks... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘We can stand by and watch no longer’: MPs demand May permits aid drops into Aleppo
More than 120 MPs – including former Tory cabinet ministers Michael Gove and Andrew Mitchell – today call on Theresa May to authorise immediate airdrops of food and medicine to ease the desperate plight of adults and children trapped in besieged areas...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ON OTHER PAGES Mosul’s defiant citizens refuse to abandon theircity as Iraqi forces advance on Isis... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: MPs launch new attempt to hold Blair to account on Iraq
A cross-party group of MPs will this week make a fresh effort to hold Tony Blair to account for allegedly misleading parliament and the public over the Iraq war. The move, which could see Blair stripped of membership of the Privy Council, comes as the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Murray says it’s now or never for Scottish tennis academy to build on her sons’ legacy
Christmas for Scotland came a month early this year and, having done so, decided to invite a few others. This nation, which until 10 years ago had barely picked up a racquet, awoke one morning last week to discover it was the proud owner of the No 1...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Extra £6m in international development funds to fight abuse of girls and women
Britain is to step up efforts to combat abuse of women and girls around the world, international development secretary Priti Patel said this weekend. Patel says she wants the UK to be a global leader on the issue and is announcing a £6m package of aid...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Top police officer predicts surge in football abuse cases A large number of alleged victims of child sex abuse in football have yet to break their silence, a senior police chief has predicted, and he believes the scandal could also engulf other British sports. Simon Bailey, the chief constable of Norfolk...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Wodehouse secures his redemption at last as British Library acquires priceless archive
For most of his 93 years, PG Wodehouse, the “performing flea” of English literature, was also an elephant of productivity. Up to his final hours, he wrote every day, accumulating a manuscript mountain: letters to friends, writers and composers, from...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ROBERT MCCRUM’S TOP 10 WODEHOUSE QUOTATIONS
I’m not absolutely certain of the facts, but I rather fancy it’s Shakespeare who says that it’s always just when a fellow is feeling particularly braced with things in general that fate sneaks up behind him with the bit of lead piping. Carry on, Jeeves...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: FIRST BREXIT, THEN TRUMP IS ITALY NEXT AS POPULIST WAVE SWEEPS THROUGH THE DEMOCRACIES OF THE WEST?
In the historic centre of Ferrara, an imposing statue of Girolamo Savonarola confronts passersby. Savonarola, a local boy, was a 15th-century preacher of fire and brimstone, making his name denouncing secular vanity, pagan idols and the corruption of...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: WAVES OF ITALIAN POPULISM
COMMON MAN’S FRONT In the chaotic aftermath of the second world war, Roman writer Guglielmo Giannini founded the Fronte dell’Uomo Qualunque (Common Man’s Front). Claiming to represent the beleaguered ordinary Italian, battered by Nazi occupation and...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘That’s me in the picture’ – Shelter traces the children in iconic Sixties’ slum photos
They were the images that shocked a nation into action. Staring out at the camera, often huddled together for warmth, the families cut shellshocked figures. Nick Hedges’s photographs of life in Britain’s slums provide a counter-narrative to the popular...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Oh Catherine, learn to turn the other cheek…
Catherine Zeta-Jones has reacted angrily to paparazzi beach shots of herself and her husband, Michael Douglas, looking less than lithe. Fair enough. Few of us would enjoy the world gazing upon unflattering photographs of ourselves in beach gear and I...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Punk a brand? Corré is flaming mad When Joe Corré, co-founder of lingerie label Agent Provocateur, announced his plans (with mother/ designer Vivienne Westwood’s blessing) to ceremonially burn £5m of rare punk memorabilia inherited from his late father, former Sex Pistols manager,...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Pupils’ stand for free speech is a lesson to us all
Pupils at the Simon Langton grammar school for boys in Canterbury have written an open letter, complaining about the decision to ban former pupil, Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, from giving a talk at the school, owing to his “reputational...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: After Walliams, publishers turn to standup comedians for children’s stories
Any bedtime reading wishlist for Father Christmas is now as likely to feature titles by lewd standup comedians as the works of JK Rowling, Philip Pullman or Michael Morpurgo. In the wake of the enormous success of David Walliams’s children’s books,...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: NHS cuts putting patients’ safety at risk, TUC warns
Improvements in patient safety made after the Mid Staffs scandal are being undone amid NHS-wide financial problems and chronic staff shortages, the TUC warns in a report. It claims that moves to make care in England safer, such as by placing greater...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ON OTHER PAGES Books of the year: writers and critics chose their favourites from 2016 The New Review,... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Universities scramble to reassure foreign students
Universities have launched a campaign of reassurance amid growing concern that Britain is seen abroad as unwelcoming and hostile to foreign students. They plan to use town hall debates, cultural events and social media drives to offer advice to...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Erotic photographer David Hamilton found dead in Paris weeks after sex abuse claims
On the golden Mediterranean beaches of Cap d’Agde, British photographer David Hamilton was a familiar figure in the 1980s looking for young girls to model for his pictures. “Shopping” was the word he used and he knew what he was seeking: young, early...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Hunt for family legacy unearths top firm’s link to Nazi camps
When Dina Gold began searching for the Berlin property seized from her family by the Nazis in the 1930s, she had little idea she would unearth a dark secret – how the SS paid millions in premiums to insure a key part of Auschwitz and other death camps...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘It’s great to live at the wild end of Britain, but if nature bites we have a front-row seat’
The shallow stream that runs under the bridge in the village of Glenridding and out into Ullswater looks as gentle as the calm, reflective lake it tumbles into. Gazing out at the winter-blue sky and snowcrested hills, Liz Ali both loves and hates this...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: ‘After the first hour I ran out of things to confess. I was tired. I didn’t know what they wanted’ Growing up in a religious cult... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Icelandic cows bring a taste for Viking superfood to UK
One of Iceland’s top dairy experts is coming to Britain to help an adventurous Yorkshire farmer increase production of skyr, a Viking food now being marketed as a superfood. Ten years ago skyr – prounced skeer with a trill on the r – barely registered...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS: Town v gown battle erupts as Cambridge bids to pave over water meadows to solve housing crisis
It has all the elements of a Tom Sharpe comic novel, a town versus gown spat in which wealthy colleges, politicians and conservation groups slug it out to shape the future of Cambridge. Who emerges victorious will reveal much about how Britain could...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: Copenhagen’s sex ambulance is safe space for capital’s red-light workers
Michael Lodberg Olsen rests his buttocks on the board that serves as a bed in Sexelancen, his mobile sanctuary for street sex workers, and begins rocking back and forth, his eyes twinkling with amusement. “We thought of putting in something to stop...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: UN human rights inquiry sparks protest in Burundi Thousands of people have taken part in street protests across Burundi in support of the government’s opposition to United Nations investigators who are looking into alleged human rights abuses in the country. Sporadic political violence has plagued...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: Texas man shot dead trying to halt assault on woman A man trying to stop another man from beating a woman in a crowded parking lot in San Antonio, Texas, has been shot dead and a bystander has been critically wounded. The shooting happened on Friday afternoon outside a Wal-Mart store. Police chief...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: Settlers evacuated from homes as fires spread More than 40 homes have been damaged in a Jewish West Bank settlement and more than 1,000 residents have been evacuated as firefighters continue to battle blazes across the country for a fifth day. Yesterday’s fire in Halamish erupted in several...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: Raid on Islamist militants follows Davao bombing The military in the Philippines say troops, backed by air raids, have attacked a militant group with links to Islamic State (Isis) in the south of the country. Helicopters fired rockets and air force bombers also took part in the operation against...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: Clean up the junk left by US military, Denmark told Greenland is calling on Denmark to clean up an abandoned missile site and other US military projects left to rust under ice after the cold war. The 1951 deal under which Nato member Denmark allowed the US to build bases in the former Danish province...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: NEWS | WORLD: From hotels in Turkey to Dubai golf courses, Trump’s businesses are a ‘recipe for scandal’
The day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, traditionally marks the start of the pre- Christmas sales season in the US, during which the nation’s retailers compete fiercely for consumer dollars. The difference this year is that the next president is part...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: When I started talking to players about the abuse they suffered, I couldn’t believe how deep it ran in football
Over the past few days I have been looking through some of the yellowed newspaper cuttings of the Barry Bennell case, snipped out from the pages of the Crewe Chronicle, and there is one in particular to which I keep returning, from 13 June 1998, with...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK FOOTBALL
16 November Andy Woodward, 43, former player for Sheffield United and Bury, tells the Guardian he was sexually abused by convicted paedophile and former coach Barry Bennell while at Crewe Alexandra, when he was aged between 11 and 15. His former...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: Why do so many Muslim women find it hard to integrate in Britain?
As gender politics go, it was unquestionably a modest step, but in Bradford’s Carlisle business centre on a Tuesday evening the development felt seismic. For five years Haniya had been striving to secure a job in digital marketing. It seemed not to...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: Artistic, erotic or simply gratuitous? Cinema trains lens on role of nude scene
Women have been paid, down the ages, for taking their clothes off in public: now it seems some of them are being asked to pay, and handsomely too, for the privilege of not taking them off. The row prompted last week by news that the Texan actress and...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: The rise of second careers: why the over-50s are challenging traditional patterns of working life
Lucy Kellaway, associate editor of the Financial Times, has made news by announcing that, after three decades as a journalist, she is switching careers. Aged 57, she is to train to become a maths teacher. She also plans to work with a charity, Now...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: ‘If I’d stayed a trade unionist I’d be dead from a heart attack’
KEVIN CURRAN 62, welder, trade unionist and now tree surgeon “I’ve had a lifelong interest in economic and social justice and woods and trees. I got my chainsaw qualification as a way of relaxing when I was a trade union organiser. “At 53, I resigned...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: ‘I had to show some humility and learn from young people’
LAURA GODFREY-ISAACS 52, academic, producer, feminist activist, artist, director of Home Live Art, her own company. Qualified as a midwife in September (pictured with her daughter) “I began training at 47. It made internal sense to me. I felt I’d come...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: That was a hell of a wake – I hope I’ll remember it for years
Tuesday 15 November After four days of in-patient treatment – intensive rehydration, intravenous antibiotics and two units of blood, not to mention so many blood tests that “find the vein” became an almost full-time staff pastime – I’m feeling much...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: IN FOCUS: ‘I want to set up a gallery in a deprived community’
A mother of two sons, 18 and 23, Lee was a carer for 20 years after leaving school with GCSEs in English anda art. “It was the only thing I thought I could do.” Fourteen years ago, she began to care for John and Irene Leal, a former headmaster and his...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: THE OBSERVER PROFILE: Ellen DeGeneres Darling of both middle America and the coasts
One of the forces that helped propel Donald Trump to the White House was the belief, shared by many of his supporters, that America is run by a Washington elite that is promoted by spoilt Hollywood liberals. For those who hold to that viewpoint, the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: THE OBSERVER PROFILE: THE DEGENERES FILE Born 26 January 1958 in Metairie, Louisiana, the daughter of Betty, a speech therapist, and Elliott, an insurance agent. She has a brother who is a musician. Best of times Last week must have scored pretty highly on the lifetime achievement meter....... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Everywhere you look you see conservatives sniffing the air and catching the scent of the radical right. It tempts them with the most seductive perfume in politics: the whiff of power. Populists are rewriting the rules and conservatives have seen they can
Conservatives once boasted that they were the grown-ups, even if they did say so themselves. They conserved the best of the past and believed in the sensible management of the world as it is, rather than in dangerous fantasies about the world as it...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Child sex abuse stories that shame Britain Last week’s BBC interview with Andy Woodward, Steve Walters, Jason Dunford and Chris Unsworth was devastating to watch. Sometimes weeping, these men displayed incredible bravery in sharing the horrific, painful story of how their football coach, Barry...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Corruption, repression and violence threaten fragile democracies Malaysia, Thailand and Burma are all suffering a backwards slide from the basic standards expected of modern-day representative democracies. While the reasons vary, the results are similar: growing public unrest, increased state repression, negative...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Optimism on race relations The Scarman Report is an historic act of affirmation. What it affirms is a rational and optimistic approach to the difficulties of absorbing the ethnic minorities into the mainstream of British life. The great evil of the public debate about race has...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: TALKING POINT California cults are heading for the hills. Fears of nuclear war, economic collapse and imminent Armageddon have set doomsday groups, with tens of thousands of followers throughout the American West, stockpiling weapons and food. News story... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: KEY QUOTE “We have to do things for ourselves. We can’t wait for other people.” Ted Watkins, Los Angeles community leader who helped rebuild the Watts ghetto after the 1965 riots, preaching self-help to Britain’s black communities... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Blair and Major don’t deserve this venom for joining Brexit debate
When Barack Obama takes his leave of the White House in the new year, he will receive the courtesy of being addressed by the title president even after he’s departed the job. Britain does not know what to do with its ex-prime ministers except jeer at...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: In our youth, before the dream soured, we fell for Castro’s vision
Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Fidel Castro tended to feature in the most vivid part of the era’s backdrop. He was emblematic of the international rise of communism: he was as vigorous and charismatic as a revolutionary leader should be and seemed...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Victoria Coren Mitchell Manxiety needs fempathy
It made me feel sentimental to see “mansplaining” in the news again. Did you read the story? Actually, there have been two: the first was that Unionen, Sweden’s largest trade union, has launched a mansplaining hotline for women to phone if they’ve been...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Are we all really expected to work until we drop?
As Tony Blair repeatedly confirms, and John Cridland notes in his interim report on the state pension age, a “significant” number of workers who left the labour market before the age of 63 “wish they had postponed their retirement”. In many ways, the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Our debt to Labour’s bold, pioneering Alice Bacon
Born a miner’s daughter, Alice Bacon’s experiences as a teacher at an interwar secondary modern put her on a mission to transform education in Britain. Yorkshire’s first woman MP – elected in 1945 – was passionate about how education could radically...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Affordable housing crisis can be solved by thinking radically
Your business leader identified the acute lack of affordable housing as a serious issue doing great damage to the fabric of our society and requiring urgent action (“No more tinkering”, (Business, last week). Finance and a dearth of building land were...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Shamefully, the autumn statement said nothing about social care The chancellor’s autumn statement was met with incredulity and dismay by many in health and social care. Incredulity because the unusually extensive analysis and briefing on the state of the NHS and social services was so brazenly ignored, and this...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Middlesbrough? Where’s that? When your columns are rightfully full of analysis about how the actions of a London elite have left the blue-collar towns of the north feeling overlooked and how this has led us into perilous waters, I note Paul Doyle’s supposed preview of the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: FOR THE RECORD Our guide to the five best women’s commuter bikes (Science and Tech, last week, New Review, page 20) labelled photographs of two of the bikes incorrectly. The yellow bike, wrongly numbered 3, was the Quella Evo and the bike numbered 4 was actually the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Music students are allowed to follow their muse Nigel Kennedy asserts that lazy teachers at music colleges stifle individuality in violinists and focus solely on perfecting technique (“Classical ‘factory line’ takes the joy out of Beethoven and Brahms, says Nigel Kennedy”, (News, last week). At the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Elderly care crisis looms It was disappointing for the elderly who need care to hear Philip Hammond dismiss talk of a “crisis” or “looming chaos” in health and social care. The call for action from councils, the NHS, charities, parliamentarians, the Care Quality Commission and...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Silence on climate change The key element missing from Hillary Clinton’s campaign was the emotional force of Trump’s campaign, plus any hope for the future of the planet (“The shock lessons for liberals from Brexit and the Trumpquake”, Comment, last week). Thanks to TV...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: Brexit no longer feasible Leave campaigners absurdly assumed that the EU they painted as so malign would turn benign on negotiating exit (“Europe’s leaders to force Britain into hard Brexit”, News, last week). Meanwhile, the Remain campaign did not point out that this would...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: TOP 10 ONLINE LAST WEEK Read them at observer.co.uk 1. Europe’s leaders to force Britain into hard Brexit 2. No more schmoozing with the enemy on TV shows Stewart Lee 3. Wayne Rooney hits out at ‘disgraceful’ reaction to wedding photos 4. Ups and downs of an airline pilot 5....... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: COMMENT: UK changed rules, not EU Your headline, “Consumers caught out as EU furnishes the UK with crippling copyright laws” (News, last week) is contradicted by the article itself: “Professor Lionel Bentley, director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, says it...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: A philosophical take on the trials of Topps Tiles
“Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error.” Given that next week will be the 2,058th anniversary of the death of Roman philosopher Cicero, it’s too much of a stretch (even for this page) to suggest that the great orator...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Why confidence can be a tricky matter Consumer confidence has been holding up pretty well following the EU referendum – rather defying gloomy expectations of a slump and giving further ammunition to those claiming that Remainers over-egged the risks of a Brexit vote. Last month, GfK’s...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Mystic Mogg and the dark art of prediction
A big week in parliament for the Jacob Rees-Mogg committee (formerly known as the Treasury select committee), which will again be grilling one of its favourite targets: economic forecasters. First up on Tuesday comes Paul Johnson, director of the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: ECONOMICS
Philip Hammond conceded last week that Brexit would blow a £59bn black hole in the public finances over the next five years, as he outlined plans to boost investment in infrastructure and housing to equip the UK economy for life outside the EU. In the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: BHS and other glories on Sherwood’s record
Michael Sherwood, the joint head of Goldman Sachs in the UK, is leaving the controversial investment bank. But please don’t say he’s only going to be remembered for becoming embroiled in the controversy over retailer BHS’s collapse. There was so much...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Iceland versus Iceland: the battle’s hotting up Apparently this is not a joke. The government of Iceland last week launched a legal action against its namesake British grocery chain over the use of its name. The island of Iceland is challenging Iceland Foods’ exclusive ownership of the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: A good week for Peter Fankhauser,
the chief executive of Thomas Cook, as the travel group revealed it was to pay a dividend to shareholders for the first time in five years. Shares rose 6.5% as the company’s management described the payout as a major moment following what has been a...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: VITAL STATISTIC
Shares in Sage Group, the UK technology firm, have enjoyed a decent run in 2016. Shareholders will be looking for more positive news when the company reports full-year results on Wednesday.... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: A bad week for Colin Child, chairman of troubled African budget airline Fastjet, who stepped down, warning of a “challenging trading environment” and that the company would need to raise further capital. He said: “I leave the board with an extremely good and experienced chief...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: PEOPLE goes to Sports Direct’s founder and boss, as he challenged his critics on a parliamentary select committee to come to the firm’s headquarters for a televised debate with his staff. He said: “Some of these people are feeling scared, defensive and deeply...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: World trade hangs in balance as Trump prepares plan of action
Donald Trump’s determination to stamp his mark on US trade policy “would be horribly destructive”, according to the most exhaustive assessment of his pre-election tweets, speeches and declarations in Fox News interviews. Among the more consistent...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: THE DEALS UNDER THREAT The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would cut tariffs and deepen economic ties between the US, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Mexico, Peru and Chile. It also aims to simplify regulations and copyright laws...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: OK, no workers in the boardroom – but May must not be lily-livered about executive pay
Theresa May’s corporate governance agenda is in trouble. The prime minister last week abandoned her plan to put workers on boards, though she couldn’t bring herself to admit it frankly. Now comes an attack on two other key proposed reforms: the idea of...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Of course the forecasts are bad: no one has a plan for Brexit
The European Union did not cause the 2007-08 financial crisis. The European Union did not instruct George Osborne to introduce an austerity policy which magnified the deleterious effects of that crisis. The European Union did not impose neoliberal and...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Generous tax breaks for the rich are unfair, illogical and unaffordable This sentence from the autumn statement has caused more debate than any other: “The government is committed to enabling individuals to save more so that they have security in retirement, but it is important that resources focus where there is most...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Another pension deficit with Philip Green’s name on it Ayear ago, Sir Philip Green warned of fierce high street competition as he reported a fall in underlying sales at his Arcadia retail empire. This year there has been no word on trading at the group, which owns Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Burton and Miss...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: From low-fare to no-fare: will air travel really become free?
Ryanair may have learned to show a little love to its customers, but one group of people still gets the more traditional Ryanair treatment. Onstage in jumper and jeans in front of a crowd of suits at the Airport Operators Association conference, chief...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: COSTLY EXTRAS Often an inescapable add-on for families and leisure travellers, although O’Leary (again) claims to have done the world a service by weaning flyers off their luggage habit. Checked-in bags booked online will typically cost £15-£50 on Ryanair, rising to...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: It’s too easy for Trump to set the media a-twitter
There are, as it happens, at least two kinds of fake news. The one that has become a dirge through the first days of Trump, simple fibs dressed up as facts on Facebook et al – and the more insidious fakery that no one seems to have rumbled yet:...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Ed Balls is the Brexit of the ballroom
We should have seen it coming, of course. A slightly tubby, (forcibly) retired politician waves his arms and stamps his feet around a ballroom floor. Hoots awa’! Expert judges – representatives of the metropolitan elite – wrinkle their noses and praise...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Ofcom mustn’t shield us from Hannity: we need the full horror of it Question: what do you say about a TV programme in which Hillary Clinton is variously described as a “bogey woman”, “the queen of corruption”, “a monster”, “weak”, “rotten”, and a “reckless and crooked” person putting her “personal interests before our...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Woman’s prize is women scorned Stand Marina Hyde of the Guardian, Mary Dejevsky of the Indy (and others), Janice Turner of the Times and Rosamund Urwin of the Evening Standard in a line, and you’ve talent to spare. Four excellent journalists, all shortlisted for a prize called “A...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Citizen journalism - it’s nothing new Anyone wondering what happened to the Newsquest journalists on strike in south London might be interested to hear that enough have left permanently to allow those few who remain on the job to stagger on – while the editor of one denuded paper in the...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: BUSINESS: Sex, black humour, Brexit – and a hot new cult novel Writers pick their favourite books of 2016... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: CASH: Shop around if you want to avoid racking up a catalogue of painful debt
Alex spent £675 on a washing machine and a fridgefreezer from Littlewoods, opting to “buy now pay later”. At the time his income was sufficient to make the repayments before the end of the interest-free period, but when he was suddenly made redundant...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: CASH: NS&I bond raises hopes of more competition
A market-leading savings bond announced in the autumn statement will hopefully encourage other providers to unveil better-paying deals, and could mean the government thinks interest rates may rise next year, according to one industry expert. During...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: CASH: HSBC closes all our campaigning group’s accounts and won’t say why
HSBC, which I have personally banked with since 1964, recently announced that it will close the four accounts we hold for the campaign organisation Searchlight following a “review”. In a follow-up email it insisted there is nothing we can do to change...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: TRAVEL: Five of the best
1. Sandy Bay A wide sweep of white sand surrounded by boulders and pristine fynbos (the indigenous shrubland of the Cape), Sandy Bay is one of Cape Town’s most unspoiled beaches. Sheltered and secluded, it is also its only nudist beach. More popular...... Pubdate:

27/11/2016: WEATHER: SPEEDY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1 Foolish (4) 3 Abstruse (8) 9 Wordy (7) 10 Fertile spot (5) 11 Indeterminate state (5) 12 Proverbial mess (6) 14 Cleric (3,2,3,5) 17 Residential city area (6) 19 Steer (5) 22 Disease (5) 23 Enliven (7) 24 Financially comfortable (4-2-2) 25...... Pubdate:








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