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Benjamin Zephaniah: ‘Footballers have a voice and a platform. They aren’t taking injustice any more’

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

“I went to an England game at the start of the Euros,” Benjamin Zephaniah says while explaining how he has come to love the national team for


England captain Joe Root refuses to confirm participation in Ashes

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Joe Root, England’s Test captain, has refused to confirm his participation in this winter’s Ashes tour as players continue to wait for full details of the trip, and in


When panic is fuelled by a shortage of leadership

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Your analysis of the causes of the supply chain crisis is helpful from a factual perspective, but misses the point (Is Brexit or Covid to blame for Britain’s supply c


Britain’s leaky homes make the energy crisis worse. Why have governments not fixed them?

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

O ver the past few days the country has been thrown into panic, as soaring gas prices threaten to plunge hundreds of thousands more households int


Labour conference rivals Matt Hancock’s meet-and-greet video for pure viral horror

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

O n Sunday, I watched a video of Matt Hancock doing a constituency walkabout, which our former Covid overlord posted and then deleted from his own


Wealthy nations must share more resources or risk crisis for billions, warns UN chief

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

The head of the UN has called on rich countries to step up efforts to protect workers hit by the Covid-19 pandemic with an additional $1tn (£736bn) injection of funds


Smokers up to 80% more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid, study says

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Smokers are 60%-80% more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid-19 and also more likely to die from the disease, data suggests. A study, which pooled observati


Dave Grohl: The Storyteller review – rock’n’roll raconteur riffs with profanity and positivity

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Springsteen on Broadway aside, few musicians would step away from the cocoon of their band to deliver an exhaustive, self-penned on-stage monologue about their life an


Sew it yourself! Inside the zero-waste, zero-sweatshop fashion revolution

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

M y foot hovers nervously over the sewing machine pedal. I am cautiously working my way through a sew-it-yourself kit produced by Pattern Project,


The invisible migrant workers propping up Ireland’s €4bn meat industry

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

I n spring 2018, Alina Serbenco’s husband, Vasile, sat in a fast-food outlet in Dublin and plugged his mobile phone into a socket to recharge. I


Squid Game: the hellish horrorshow taking the whole world by storm

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

W hat if winning playground games could make you rich? That’s the basis of Squid Game – the South Korean show currently at number one on Netflix a


Northern Irish unionist parties form alliance to oppose Brexit protocol

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

Four rival unionist parties in Northern Ireland have formed an alliance to fight the Brexit protocol, issuing a joint statement weeks after the Democratic Unionist par


Sabina Nessa: man appears in court charged with murder of teacher

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a primary schoolteacher whose body was found in a park near her home in south-east London. Koci Selamaj, 36, w


Fuel crisis leading to cancer patient appointment cancellations

Posted on Sep 28, 2021

The postponement of NHS appointments for some cancer patients because of the fuel crisis will heap additional pressure on patients and their families, charities have w


Fears for 1 million furloughed staff with Sunak set to finally end scheme

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

The biggest state intervention in the UK’s labour market in peacetime comes to an end this week when the government finally winds up its furlough support. Barring an


Tell us: have you started a community garden?

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

Community gardens, where volunteers gather to garden a private or public piece of land together, are becoming increasingly common in the UK. With this in mind, we woul


Hauliers in the UK: how are the staff shortages affecting you?

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

Food and drink industry leaders have urged ministers to introduce a short-term visa scheme to recruit overseas workers, including HGV drivers, to ease disruption in th


Dining across the divide: ‘She didn’t call me an insensitive buffoon – but I was armed and ready’

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

Abby, 45, London Occupation Head of client services, recently made redundant. Army officer for


Adjoa Andoh: ‘My greatest fear? Being locked in a sauna and boiled alive’

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

B orn in Bristol, Adjoa Andoh, 58, appeared in lead roles at the RSC, as well as starring in Doctor Who and Casualty. In 2009, she appeared in Cli


Guardian angel: a Hackney hero takes his team bowling

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

M arvin Birch has lived on the Kingsmead estate in Hackney his entire life. It’s never had a good reputation. There was a terrible murder of a you


New York City’s Covid vaccine mandate for school staff blocked by judge

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge, days before it was to t


Fears over NHS plan to close all local ambulance stations in London

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

NHS bosses plan to shut every local ambulance station in London, prompting fears that patients could be harmed if 999 crews take longer to reach them, the Guardian can


Matt Ratana: memorial service to be held for Met officer killed in line of duty

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

A special memorial service for the Metropolitan police sergeant Matiu “Matt” Ratana, who was shot and killed on duty last year, will be held so police officers get the


UK care homes face funding crisis as banks refuse loans

Posted on Sep 26, 2021

Care homes are facing a credit crunch with banks refusing to lend money or provide new services for fear that the care sector is about to crumble, senior care leaders