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Oxford Covid biotech firm makes stellar debut on London stock market

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Oxford Nanopore, whose DNA sequencing technology has been essential in tracking Covid-19 variants globally, has made a stellar stock market debut in London. A rise in


Judges ‘used signals’ to fix Olympic boxing bouts, McLaren report finds

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

A damning investigation into boxing at the Rio 2016 Olympics has found widespread evidence of “corruption, bribery and the manipulation of sporting results” – wi


Heeding working-class voices on Brexit and labour shortages

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Reading Christopher John’s account of the working conditions of HGV drivers in the UK (‘Getting into Europe is a relief every time’: an HGV driver reflects on UK crisi


The happiness and health of children must come first

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

On the state of children’s mental health, your correspondent Mel Wood last week asked why so many children in the UK are deeply unhappy (Letters, 23 September). It’s a


The Guardian view on silence about Brexit: time to talk turkey

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

S ince the 2019 general election, there has been a mutually convenient conspiracy of silence between Britain’s two main parties about Brexit. Bori


Slamming the cell door on Wayne Couzens won’t fix women’s fragile faith in the police

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

The haunting thing is that it happened in such plain sight. A couple driving home through London late at night saw a man putting police handcuffs on a young woman on


Hydroxychloroquine sales spiked almost 100% in Australia at start of Covid pandemic, study finds

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

The amount of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin dispensed from Australian pharmacies increased significantly in 2020 as the Covid pandemic took hold, according to new


‘I’ll never go back’: Uganda’s schools at risk as teachers find new work during Covid

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

T he last message Mary Namitala received from the private school in which she taught was in March last year, the day all schools in Uganda were or


Free flights and $1,000 vouchers: Australian hospitality sector lures UK workers

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Chelsee Whitehead has worked in the hospitality industry since she left high school four years ago. Before Covid-19, she always thought her industry was secure. “I p


Oh my days: linguists lament slang ban in London school

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

A London secondary school is trying to stop its pupils from using “basically” at the beginning of sentences and deploying phrases such as “oh my days” in a crackdown o


Home Office resisting calls to allow asylum seekers work in the UK

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Priti Patel’s department is resisting growing demands to allow asylum seekers to work following a public intervention from her cabinet colleague Dominic Raab to say th


Sabina Nessa: garage worker in court accused of ‘predatory’ murder

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

A man has appeared in court accused of the “predatory” murder of the primary school teacher Sabina Nessa. Garage worker Koci Selamaj, 36, allegedly attacked the


Nearly half of UK’s independent petrol stations still lack fuel

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Nearly half of all independently owned petrol stations in the UK were still dry or out of one type of fuel on Thursday, as motorists continued to panic buy and soldier


Sarah Everard murder: Wayne Couzens given whole-life sentence

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Wayne Couzens has been ordered to spend the rest of his life in jail after a judge said his crimes were as serious as a terrorist atrocity because he abused his powers


Jacinda Ardern's government sticks to its elimination strategy despite New Zealand recording a big jump in Covid cases

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

New Zealand's COVID-19 Minister has told Kiwis they need to 'hold their nerve' after a major jump in community COVID-19 cases to 45. Chris Hipkins said the jump from


Japan’s ruling party to vote for new leader who is likely to become next PM

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

Japan’s ruling party will vote for a new leader on Wednesday who will almost certainly become the next prime minister ahead of a general election due in weeks, and w


Jacinda Ardern needs to speak out on Aukus – her tacit approval allows a dangerous military buildup

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

N ew Zealand defence hawks reacted to the announcement of the anglophone security pact Aukus this month by complaining this country had been sidel


Pacific nations face ‘lost decade’ due to economic cost of Covid

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

Countries in the Pacific risk a “lost decade” following the Covid pandemic, with the region facing its greatest economic contraction in four decades, according to


Three-quarters of small French boats may be denied fishing in UK waters

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

Three-quarters of small French fishing boats could be denied access to British waters under a post-Brexit regime in a move that risks further damaging Anglo-French rel


At least 15 serving or former police have killed women in UK since 2009 – report

Posted on Sep 29, 2021

Women have been killed by at least 15 serving or former police officers in the UK since 2009, new figures reveal. The majority of the women killed by former officers


How ‘wonder material’ graphene became a national security concern

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

A large shed on an unassuming industrial estate beside Swansea’s River Tawe does not at first glance seem vital to the UK’s national security


Tell us: how have UK fuel shortages affected you?

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

On Monday, Boris Johnson is considering mobilising hundreds of soldiers to help deliver fuel under an emergency plan to deal with petrol stations running dry across th


Black Britons: what impact, if any, has Black History Month had on your life?

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Black History Month in the UK is observed in October and we would like to hear from Black Britons about what impact, if any, the event has had on their lives. What doe


What dishes should students know how to cook?

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

What recipes are useful to know before going to university? Ian, Stamford, Lincolnshire Comfort food exists for a reason, so first get those