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    • Coronavirus live news: US bars travel from Brazil as British PM’s adviser reported to police over lockdown breach
      Boris Johnson backs Dominic Cummings despite outcry; France sees lowest daily cases and deaths since lockdown; India resumes domestic flights. Follow the latest updatesUS bars travellers who have been in Brazil in last two weeksDominic Cummings facing possible police investigation as pressure mountsJohnson’s defence of Cummings sparks anger from allies and opponents Australia coronavirus – […]
    • Sandi Toksvig: 'I came out, and the tabloid press thought I was Cruella de Vil'
      Now a national treasure, the comedian and presenter was once vilified for being gay. She talks about those dark days, the lighter side of lockdown and why Bake Off was just another gigSandi Toksvig has always been a huge “darling”-er. “Darling”, she would declaim when presenting the News Quiz on Radio 4 or QI on […]
    • Courtney Love in Liverpool: how Scousers taught the wild child how to rock
      In 1982, a tearaway called Courtney Love blazed into the city, intoxicated by its exploding post-punk scene. We reveal the feuds, filched raincoats and grotty flats that set her on the path to stardomIf you were in Liverpool in 1982 and had a habit of wandering down Mathew Street, perhaps on your way to Probe […]
    • James Graham on This House: 'I'm writing a sort-of sequel – with an unlikely hero'
      As his parliamentary epic is streamed for National Theatre at Home, the playwright discusses politics of the past and present – and the future of theatreThe best theatre and dance to watch onlineThe best arts and entertainment during self-isolationThis House is set in the parliamentary whips’ office of the 1970s. What level of access did […]
    • Shopping habits of generation Z could spell the end of fast fashion
      Research shows consumers are following younger generation’s lead in move towards sustainable fashionWith the high street and the fashion industry brought to its knees by the coronavirus pandemic, the ‘buy less, buy better’ ideology of generation Z – those aged 18 to 24 – could see the beginning of the end of fast fashion, new […]
    • Coronavirus: at a glance
      A summary of the biggest developments in the global coronavirus outbreakFollow our latest coronavirus blog for live news and updatesKey developments in the global coronavirus outbreak today include: Continue reading...
    • Global report: US suspends travel from Brazil as schools reopen in parts of Australia
      Chile’s president says hospitals are ‘very close to limit’, France records lowest number of daily Covid-19 cases since March, India restarts domestic flightsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePresident Donald Trump has further limited travel to the US from the world’s coronavirus hotspots by denying entry to foreigners coming from Brazil, which is second […]
    • Why is Trump so quiet about the Biden sexual assault allegation?
      The president rarely misses a chance to sling mud but he has been uncharacteristically quiet about Tara Reade’s claimSometimes Donald Trump portrays his election rival, Joe Biden, as a sleepy geriatric who should be in a care home because “he doesn’t know he’s alive”. At others, the president speaks of Biden as a wily manipulator […]
    • Opposition leaders across Europe walk coronavirus tightrope
      Opposition parties struggle to stay politically relevant as leaders ride wave of popularity during pandemicCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageOpposition politicians across Europe, from cautious centrists to firebrand populists, have had to walk a tricky political tightrope over the past two months, as coronavirus has taken over the political agenda.How to stay politically […]
    • 'Many will starve': locusts devour crops and livelihoods in Pakistan
      Farmers faced with worst plague in recent history say they have been left to fend for themselvesMir Gul Muhammad, a farmer in Balochistan province, was blunt. “The worst that we have ever seen, ever, in our whole life,” he said of the swarms of locusts that descended on his village of Gharok.“I cultivated around 50 […]
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