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Sung Im Her: W.A.Y review – what a trip!

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

Sung Im Her’s W.A.Y is a “re-work” – an all-female recreation of a 2019 piece originally performed by the choreographer and three men. But it also has a curiou


Chris Rock says he has Covid-19 and urges doubters: ‘Get vaccinated’

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

The comedian Chris Rock on Sunday said he had tested positive for Covid-19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence: “Get vaccinated.”


Ex-Bank economist picked to lead levelling up taskforce

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

Andy Haldane, the former Bank of England chief economist appointed on Sunday as the head of the government’s levelling up taskforce, has described his new task as “one


Roland Mouret and Rejina Pyo defy convention at London fashion week

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

London fashion week is back, but not back to normal.Roland Mouret, whose regular pre-pandemic fashion week turn was a catwalk show at the National Theatre, commissione


Folic acid to be added to non-wholemeal flour under new UK rules

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

Folic acid is to be added to the most commonly consumed flours in the UK to help prevent spinal conditions in babies, the government has announced. Doctors advise pr


Noble and Moyes share the blame after West Ham throw point away

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

S omething about it just felt wrong. Brave and heroic and wrong. Suspenseful and theatrical and wrong. This isn’t simply hindsight talking: the in


The Guardian view on vaccines for all: share them now

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

F or the west and other rich nations, the problem is demand: how to give more vaccines, including by persuading the hesitant. Britain and other co


Global Britain’s cheerleaders may have to live with lasting damage to exports

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

I t came as a little surprise to anyone in the UK’s logistics industry or at its ports when the government announced its decision to delay – f


Scottish Covid vaccine trialists ‘treated like second-class citizens’

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

Scottish vaccine volunteers are being treated like “second-class citizens” while waiting for the Novavax jab to be approved, an MSP has said, as they continue a mo


Gordon Brown calls for urgent action to avert ‘Covid vaccine waste disaster’

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

More than 100m Covid vaccine doses are due to expire and be “thrown away” unless global leaders urgently share surplus supplies with the world’s poorest countrie


UK-France defence summit cancelled in Aukus row

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

A Franco-British defence ministers’ summit due to take place this week has been cancelled as Paris steps up its protests over the loss of a £48bn submarine contract wi


Can Boris Johnson’s new faces help him deliver on old promises?

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

F or ministers who trooped into Downing Street on Wednesday it was hardly the warmest of welcomes. As the promoted, sacked and sidelined came and


Huguenots, Jews, Bengalis … now developers size up London’s Brick Lane

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

F or more than 300 years, it was the industrial heart of Brick Lane in east London, a vast rat-ridden edifice in which thousands of workers brewed


UK teachers and parents: how is the autumn school term going so far?

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

We would like to hear from teachers and parents across the UK about how the autumn school term is going so far after pupils returned to the classroom in recent weeks.


Tell us: how will you be affected by the changes to UK travel rules?

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

The “amber list” of overseas destinations is to be scrapped in an overhaul of UK travel rules, the Department for Transport announced on Friday. The traffic light syst


Tofu Vegan, London: ‘Bring on the big hitters’ – restaurant review

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

Tofu Vegan, 105 Upper Street, London N1 1QN (020 7916 3304). Starters and dim sum £5.50-£8.50, large plates £7.90-£14.80, desserts £4.80, wines from £18.50


Food, faith and family: how we feed our son his rich mixed heritage

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

E ven before my son was born, I used to imagine all the things I would feed my future children. They would come home from school, backpacks hangin


Five-star to no-star: holidaymakers face nightmare in quarantine hotel

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

Y ulia Brill’s £4,500 package holiday on the Greek island of Rhodes turned into a nightmare on just the third day when her eight-year-old son felt


Caked crusaders: how The Great British Bake Off took over the world

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

L ast week a visitor to the Great British Bake Off set was on the phone to her mother in South Africa. “She was having her hair done at the time,


Covid and Afghanistan ‘reveal weakness of UK’s security policy’

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

The rapid fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic have revealed “serious weaknesses” in the government’s approach to dealing


A friend in need: volunteers rush to help refugees feel at home in UK

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

The UK’s largest refugee befriending scheme has closed applications in London following a meteoric rise in sign-ups amid the Afghanistan withdrawal. Until recently H


Firms urged to protect workers from abuse in ‘wild west’ UK gig economy

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

Gig economy firms are facing calls to better protect their workers, as an MP and a trade union warn of a wave of harassment and physical and emotional abuse facing cou


British gangs and international rivals join forces to increase cocaine sales

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

British organised crime groups are collaborating closely with former international rivals like the Italian mafia to import increasingly bigger cocaine shipments into E


Chelsea flower show: a garden with a green message for the green-fingered

Posted on Sep 19, 2021

A week before the opening of the UK’s most prestigious flower show, the site is full of JCBs and people in hi-vis vests with steel-capped boots.