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Simon Rattle to leave London Symphony Orchestra in 2023

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Sir Simon Rattle is to leave the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) in 2023 to become chief conductor of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich. Rattle said hi


The Wodge: can London's tallest new skyscraper survive the Covid era?

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

W ith the City of London deserted once more, its streets only populated by the occasional Deliveroo driver or tumbleweed-seeking photographer, it


Guardian and Observer 2020 charity appeal raises £1.4m

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

The 2020 Guardian and Observer appeal, which closed last night, has raised £1.4m for three charities supporting disadvantaged young people in communities hardest hit


Cut UK interest rate below zero to aid growth, says Bank policymaker

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Cutting the UK’s official interest rate below zero would be good for growth and could be done without crippling commercial banks, a Bank of England policymaker has sai


Dutch officials seize ham sandwiches from British drivers

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Dutch TV news has aired footage of customs officers confiscating ham sandwiches from drivers arriving by ferry from the UK under post-Brexit rules banning personal imp


Patriots coach Bill Belichick spurns Trump's presidential medal of freedom offer

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Donald Trump has suffered yet another rebuke from a former ally with the New England Patriots head coach, Bill Belichick, saying he will not accept the presidential me


Australian Open qualifiers halted mid-match to tell player he had Covid-19

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Denis Kudla has been rushed into quarantine at the Australian Open qualifying event in Doha after testing positive for Covid-19. Fourth-seeded Kudla downed Moroccan


With a government this bad in charge of the UK during Covid, how do we respond?

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

I ’m not often amazed by Any Answers?, since it’s a Radio 4 phone-in, and I can generate the opinions of the whole swathe of that listenership wit


The Guardian view on Covid's widening gaps: the rich are getting richer

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

For speculators, the cryptocurrency party was just starting. At the beginning of the year one bitcoin was worth £5,614 before almost reaching £30,000 at the end of las


Could Boris Johnson be eyeing another snap election? Don't bet against it

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

I n this bleak, discontented midwinter, amid the roll call of Covid deaths, lockdown bankruptcies and lost jobs, no one is thinking about the next


The Pembrokeshire Murders review – no glory for violent, rotten crimes

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

I n the opening scenes of The Pembrokeshire Murders (ITV), Det Supt Steve Wilkins (Luke Evans) folds a dishcloth with the kind of precision that s


Heritage park plan aims to bring Merthyr Tydfil's history to life

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

R ecent history has not been kind to Merthyr Tydfil. The decline of the sprawling ironworks turned a crucible of the Industrial Revolution into a


Malaysia declares Covid state of emergency amid political turmoil

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

Malaysia’s king has declared a months-long national state of emergency one day before a strict lockdown is imposed on millions of people, a decision that critics say w


WHO experts: Covid mission is not about finger pointing at China

Posted on Jan 12, 2021

When the scientists on the World Health Organization’s mission to research the origins of Covid-19 touch down in China as expected on Thursday at the beginning of thei


Call My Agent's Camille Cottin: 'Don’t we need culture more than we need shopping?'

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

“I bought a few sheep during lockdown. Nobody told me they’d eat all my plants. How Parisian is that?” I’m discussing the pandemic with a


A Bowie Celebration review – a starry tribute concert for a mind-blowing talent

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

“H e’ll be remembered like Beethoven, in a hundred years’ time,” longtime producer Tony Visconti said of David Bowie recently, and, five y


Sian Clifford: 'I nearly vomited into my webcam when I won the Bafta'

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

I n a challenging period for her industry, actor Sian Clifford seems almost embarrassed at how busy she has been. In 2020, the 38-year-old from we


UK ministers face legal action over lack of abortion services in Northern Ireland

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

Northern Ireland’s human rights commission (NIHRC) has launched a landmark legal action against the UK government for its failure to commission safe and accessible abo


Non-fatal strangulation set to become criminal offence in UK

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

The government is set to make non-fatal strangulation a specific criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to seven years in prison after a sustained campaign from


Raab to clampdown on firms linked to forced labour in Xinjiang

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

Dominic Raab is to address concerns over UK complicity in the use of forced labour in China’s Xinjiang province with more requirements on companies that buy goods ther


Organisers working to convince French that Six Nations can go ahead safely

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

Six Nations organisers are striving to convince the French government the championship can go ahead safely with the introduction of a series of stricter Covid-19 proto


Covid has pushed pop culture into nostalgia. It's time for something new

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

A decade ago it was fashionable to be concerned that the future was on hold. Where were the flying cars and gleaming cities we had been promised?


The Guardian view on the NHS: careless cuts cost lives

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

The strain on the NHS is unprecedented. Within a few weeks, hospitals across the country expect to be overwhelmed, meaning that they will be unable to deliver the stan


Split in two: magicians to celebrate 100 years of sawing people in half

Posted on Jan 11, 2021

One hundred years ago next weekend, an English magician called Percy Thomas Tibbles literally and laboriously sawed through a sealed wooden box that contained a woman.