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    • Markets boosted by China stimulus hints and Italian budget hopes - business live
      Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the Shanghai stock market leaps by over 4%Latest: Italy tried to calm budget rowChinese president has pledged to protect companiesChina could cut taxes to support growthItalian bonds rally, despite downgrade 12.05pm BST Giuseppe Conte has told reporters in Italy that growth will “take off” once […]
    • I fancy a colleague. Should I make a move?
      Forget about whether it would be terrible for your career, says Sharmadean Reid. Instead ask: is it right for me?I really fancy someone at work. We’re in different teams, so it’s not technically against the rules, but would it be terrible for my career if I made a move? I’m quite junior and worried that […]
    • Thomasina Miers’ recipe for spiced beef kofte with braised chickpeas and labneh | The simple fix
      A Middle Eastern-inspired treat that’s as simple to make as it’s deliciousThese kofte are very much Middle Eastern in influence. When I was in my early 20s, I had a favourite Persian restaurant, which served theirs with a wonderfully aromatic chickpea broth, heady with saffron and other spices. They were glorious. We often recreated them […]
    • Google Home Hub review: the smart display to buy
      This gadget is your Google Assistant, smart-home dashboard and digital photo frame in one – and it’s good for cooking, tooThe Home Hub is Google’s first own-brand smart display, combining Google Assistant, advanced smart-home control and a digital photo frame into a neat and tidy package.Google isn’t the first to market with smart displays. Amazon’s […]
    • Naomi Osaka v Sloane Stephens: WTA Finals – live!
      WTA Finals updates from the match in SingaporeEdmund beats Monfils for first ATP Tour titleFeel free to email Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 11.30am BST Hello. With Angelique Kerber and Kiki Bertens scheduled to meet later, the first match in the Red Group at the WTA Finals sees a super soaker take on a sponge. This […]
    • 'After what I lived through?': survivors of Brazil’s dictatorship fear Bolsonaro
      With the country poised to elect a dictator-praising, pro-torture populist, old wounds have been ripped openJosé Carlos Giannini will never forget the horrors he endured at the hands of Brazil’s 21-year military dictatorship: the savage torture-sessions he and others considered leftist enemies of the state suffered after being cast into São Paulo’s dank political dungeons.Nearly […]
    • Talking Horses: will European raiders halt Winx's winning run?
      The remarkable mare goes for a 29th win in 29 on Saturday, but the Caulfield Cup result offers some hope for EuropeIt was another highly satisfactory weekend for European stables in the Antipodes as runners from the northern hemisphere finished first, third and fourth in the Group One Caulfield Cup, an outcome that is likely […]
    • There are 87 live games on British TV this week. Too much of a good thing? | Sean Ingle
      Showing Premier League and European midweek matches live causes a dip in attendances that hits smaller clubs’ revenuesDuring the early 1980s, when English football began its slow-shuffle towards showing one live game a week, the Guardian’s venerable correspondent David Lacey warned of the potential consequences. In a column titled “The death threat of live television”, […]
    • Saudi king and prince phone Khashoggi's son to give condolences
      Turkish president says details of journalist’s killing will be revealed in parliamentThe Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has called the son of Jamal Khashoggi to express condolences on the death of the journalist, who was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in disputed circumstances.King Salman made a similar condolence call, the kingdom said […]
    • Edward Burne-Jones review – art that shows how boring beauty can be
      Tate Britain, LondonThe pre-Raphaelite artist mastered detail perfectly but failed to see the bigger picture – life itselfHalfway through Tate Britain’s loving homage to the Victorian “visionary” Edward Burne-Jones I was startled to see a painting I gave a damn about. It’s a portrait of William Graham, colonial businessman, Liberal MP and art collector. His […]
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