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17/11/17 19:42  
China will fill the space left by America’s retreat
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17/11/17 19:06  
Living with noise
BBC
17/11/17 18:06  
‘Putting politics above prosperity’ – wait, isn’t that what the Brexiteers are doing? | Christian Odendahl
Guardian
17/11/17 17:57  
Britain is deluding itself over single market access
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 17:36  
A Budget free of drama will serve Brexit Britain’s needs
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 17:36  
David Davis must realise Europe will favour itself over economics
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 16:54  
Taming technology
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 16:54  
Trans people already face a hostile world. Now the media is making it worse | Paris Lees
Guardian
17/11/17 16:32  
Unilad blocked
BBC
17/11/17 15:06  
Here’s what Russians think: Brexit is your creature – don’t blame it on us | Alexey Kovalev
Guardian
17/11/17 15:06  
Now it’s official: the less you have, the more austerity will take from you | Frances Ryan
Guardian
17/11/17 15:06  
Banning swearing in the kitchen is a start. Now let’s tackle the sexism | Amanda Bootes
Guardian
17/11/17 15:04  
George Bush Snr accused of groping by eighth woman
BBC
17/11/17 13:36  
The Pentagon accidentally retweets call for Trump to resign
BBC
17/11/17 12:24  
The Brexit nightmare inside the Sun’s sleeping BBC journalists ‘scandal’ | Anne Perkins
Guardian
17/11/17 12:24  
Blaming baby boomers won’t put roofs over young people’s heads, Sajid | Simon Jenkins
Guardian
17/11/17 11:24  
The degrees that make you rich... and the ones that don't
BBC
17/11/17 10:54  
Spoiling my grandchildren might be bad for them, but I can’t help it | Peter White
Guardian
17/11/17 09:24  
A moment that changed me: seeing my first moth fish | Fiona Gell
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17/11/17 09:24  
Truck drivers like me will soon be replaced by automation. You're next | Finn Murphy
Guardian
17/11/17 07:18  
Yes, we can halt the rise of the international far right | Timothy Garton Ash
Guardian
17/11/17 07:18  
Don’t mock the Redknapps. Living apart together can save a marriage | Gaby Hinsliff
Guardian
17/11/17 07:06  
Opinion today: What happens when German power meets Polish nationalism?
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 06:24  
The Zuckerberg delusion
FinancialTimes
17/11/17 06:03  
Why the robot boost is yet to arrive
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 21:06  
The Guardian view on the austerity budgets: end the social and economic failure | Editorial
Guardian
16/11/17 21:06  
The Guardian view on Twitter’s blue ticks: a conflict of interest | Editorial
Guardian
16/11/17 20:48  
This budget is the Tories’ big chance. Watch them waste it | Martin Kettle
Guardian
16/11/17 20:48  
Did we panic? No, this was a very Zimbabwean coup | Blessing Musariri
Guardian
16/11/17 20:48  
The super-rich are trying to exploit human rights law to dodge tax | Robert Verkaik
Guardian
16/11/17 20:15  
China’s balancing act on debt is becoming trickier
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 20:15  
A strong City of London is vital for Brexit Britain
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 17:48  
'For world peace'
BBC
16/11/17 17:48  
Productivity still matters for median worker’s pay
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 16:36  
Salvator Mundi went for $450m. But you can have the real thing for free | Loose canon
Guardian
16/11/17 15:42  
Only a flaky Christian would get annoyed by Greggs’ sausage roll Jesus | Peter Ormerod
Guardian
16/11/17 15:36  
Confusion over Zimbabwean parties' social media accounts
BBC
16/11/17 15:24  
Feminist reading really can help beat anorexia. It worked for me | Kate Leaver
Guardian
16/11/17 15:24  
My charity’s libel action against Nigel Farage marks a defeat for fake news | Nick Lowles
Guardian
16/11/17 13:36  
On alcohol pricing, Scotland has again shown the power of devolved government | Mary Dejevsky
Guardian
16/11/17 13:36  
The ‘economicky words’ you need to bluff your way into No 11 Downing Street | Stefan Stern
Guardian
16/11/17 13:18  
Could Brexit discord lead to the rise of a British Macron? | Adam Plowright
Guardian
16/11/17 13:15  
A bruising Brexit could shipwreck the British economy
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 11:48  
Britain got its way in the EU when it mattered – I know, I was there | John Gummer
Guardian
16/11/17 11:48  
‘Too poncey’? Delia Smith’s just going to the wrong restaurants | Felicity Cloake
Guardian
16/11/17 10:36  
After the yes vote, I feel relief - and vindication as a social researcher | Rebecca Huntley
Guardian
16/11/17 09:42  
Elaine Morrall died in a freezing home – the state is tossing away people’s lives | Frances Ryan
Guardian
16/11/17 07:18  
Opinion today: A coup by any other name
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 07:18  
May needed to master the new politics that Brexit demands. But she’s failed | Simon Jenkins
Guardian
16/11/17 07:18  
We should all be working a four-day week. Here’s why | Owen Jones
Guardian
16/11/17 06:15  
Brexit and the Budget: Hammond pressed to go ‘big and bold’
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 06:15  
Flexibility comes at a high price, not just in the gig economy
FinancialTimes
16/11/17 05:33  
Why the whole world feels the ‘Brussels effect’
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 22:18  
Even if Mugabe has gone, Zimbabweans won’t be dancing in the streets | Wilf Mbanga
Guardian
15/11/17 22:00  
The Guardian view on Zimbabwe: the Crocodile bites Mugabe | Editorial
Guardian
15/11/17 22:00  
The Guardian view on ‘the mutineers’: protecting parliament | Editorial
Guardian
15/11/17 21:42  
I’m not a ‘Brexit mutineer’. I’m proud to fight for democracy | Bob Neil
Guardian
15/11/17 21:42  
After Mugabe’s detention, we’re hoping Zimbabwe’s democracy has been saved | Reason Wafawarova
Guardian
15/11/17 21:42  
Who’ll suffer most when the police retreat? Poorer people | Dawn Foster
Guardian
15/11/17 19:45  
Opinion today: What to do about Big Tech
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 19:45  
The Hariri mystery shows the extent and risks of Saudi influence
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 19:24  
Brexit populism targets the democratic process
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 19:24  
A sharp reality check on the climate challenge
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 19:00  
Let’s get the politics out of Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s case. It’s a humanitarian issue | Peter Westmacott
Guardian
15/11/17 18:42  
The measurement that holds economic statistics back from reality
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 15:24  
Cards Against Humanity versus Trump's US-Mexico border wall
BBC
15/11/17 14:09  
Opinion today: Is Britain at the mercy of Europe?
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 14:09  
Poor leadership is the Achilles heel of the Brexiter cause
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 13:36  
So, what's the problem with 'so'? | David Shariatmadari
Guardian
15/11/17 13:00  
Let Robert Mugabe go quietly – punishing him will not help Zimbabwe | Jonathan Freedland
Guardian
15/11/17 12:45  
Zimbabwe’s military takeover is not yet a coup
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 12:06  
We should forgive Scrabble cheats. Board games bring out the worst in us | Daisy Buchanan
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15/11/17 11:44  
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15/11/17 11:42  
Spectre of immigration sparks rightward turn in Italy
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 10:54  
Am I a narcissist? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Anouchka Grose
Guardian
15/11/17 10:54  
I released 2,000 minks from a fur farm. Now I'm a convicted terrorist | Kevin Johnson
Guardian
15/11/17 09:32  
Signal failure: The two words dreaded by every commuter
BBC
15/11/17 09:32  
Italy is out!
BBC
15/11/17 09:32  
Signal failure! The train traveller's nightmare explained
BBC
15/11/17 07:18  
There is a way to recast sexual relations – and it all starts with Venus | Bettany Hughes
Guardian
15/11/17 07:18  
A lesson from Syria: it’s crucial not to fuel far-right conspiracy theories | George Monbiot
Guardian
15/11/17 06:06  
Flannery’s GE may not hold together long
FinancialTimes
15/11/17 05:03  
Hegemon or political dwarf? Germany in the age of Emmanuel Macron
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 22:00  
A Brexit no-deal would aid terrorism in the UK and across Europe | Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Guardian
14/11/17 21:42  
The Guardian view on Theresa May and Russia: keep pouring the sunshine | Editorial
Guardian
14/11/17 21:42  
The Guardian view on the museums review: where’s the cash? | Editorial
Guardian
14/11/17 20:48  
As the Tory Brexit fight club slugs it out, do they even care about Ireland? | Rafael Behr
Guardian
14/11/17 19:57  
Air pollution worsens as India’s political smog thickens
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 19:57  
Brexit Britain is at Europe’s mercy
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 19:36  
The messy endgame that threatens Zimbabwe
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 17:48  
No wonder John Redwood backs Brexit. He will make money out of it, after all | Joris Luyendijk
Guardian
14/11/17 17:24  
Cold justice
BBC
14/11/17 17:12  
Britain wants cycle-friendly cities. Here’s how we get them | Andrew Gilligan
Guardian
14/11/17 16:40  
Horn-honking driver announces baby arrival
BBC
14/11/17 15:24  
To help Saudi Arabia, Trump must offer more than mere applause
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 14:48  
Why should Trump care about thousands killed, when there are deals to be done? | Tina Cuyugan
Guardian
14/11/17 14:21  
How Poland is wasting its potential
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 14:00  
Deeper European integration is desirable but difficult
FinancialTimes
14/11/17 13:54  
The real saboteurs are the Brexiters destroying the NHS | Owen Jones
Guardian
14/11/17 13:00  
Locking up ‘teenage thugs’ is a sign of failure | Adrian Gray
Guardian
14/11/17 11:32  
Queen will make wedding history after 70 years of marriage
BBC
14/11/17 11:32  
What do you want to know about how the NHS works?
BBC
14/11/17 10:54  
Death threats and a ‘ghost warrant’ – why is Malawi hounding Joyce Banda? | Cherie Blair
Guardian
14/11/17 10:18  
How to stop the super-rich looting our wealth: make it illegal | Phil McDuff
Guardian
14/11/17 09:06  
The empathy gap: why don’t you meet people who think differently to you? | Douglas Alexander
Guardian
14/11/17 07:18  
Let’s be clear: Muslims are neither good nor bad. We’re just human | Farah Elahi
Guardian
14/11/17 07:18  
Austerity, not Brexit, has doomed the Tory party | Aditya Chakrabortty
Guardian
13/11/17 21:42  
The Guardian view on money: enough is enough | Editorial
Guardian
13/11/17 21:42  
Curiouser and curiouser in Mrs May's cabinet - cartoon
Guardian
13/11/17 20:12  
Why tolerate Tarmac-geddon in the countryside? | Patrick Barkham
Guardian
13/11/17 19:48  
WTF? What’s the Future and Why It’s Up to Us, by Tim O’Reilly
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 19:27  
The onus is on Britain to unblock Brexit talks
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 19:00  
Britain can still help Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe – if Boris Johnson does his job | Malcolm Rifkind
Guardian
13/11/17 19:00  
Yes, Uber has lost its ludicrous appeal. But will its drivers get their rights? | Jason Moyer-Lee
Guardian
13/11/17 18:45  
TPP after Trump: and then there were 11
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 18:45  
Beware post-Brexit dreams of Canada
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 18:42  
The housing crisis is robbing us of one of life’s joys: pets | Peter Ormerod
Guardian
13/11/17 18:24  
Poland leads the way in normalising the far right
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 17:56  
#MeAt14
BBC
13/11/17 17:48  
How should women respond when a man we like is accused of harassment? | Emer O’Toole
Guardian
13/11/17 17:00  
Cash-hoarding companies are still a problem for Japan
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 16:39  
New carbon emissions figures cast a shadow over Paris
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 16:39  
How Small Tech can move fast and fix things
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 14:12  
Lupita Nyong’o is right: erasing her afro hair exposes the extent of prejudice | Yasmin Jones-Henry
Guardian
13/11/17 13:51  
Crisis, what crisis? Here’s why the UK’s sensible centre will prevail
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 13:09  
Unusual times call for unusual strategies from central banks
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 11:48  
The digital war against Isis is being lost. What should be done? | Haroon K Ullah
Guardian
13/11/17 10:36  
Politicians do better when they act naturally. Just ask Gordon Brown | Stefan Stern
Guardian
13/11/17 10:36  
Sending in our nude photos to fight revenge porn? No thanks, Facebook | Van Badham
Guardian
13/11/17 09:52  
Shopping tweet of grief triggers 'surge of love'
BBC
13/11/17 07:18  
It’s true: Conservative governments really do kill people | Zoe Williams
Guardian
13/11/17 07:18  
Britain once punched above its weight. Now we are irrelevant | Jonathan Powell
Guardian
13/11/17 06:09  
Does the oil market expect a new Mideast war?
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 06:09  
How Britain lost its taste for Marks and Spencer’s food
FinancialTimes
13/11/17 05:06  
Malaysia and Greece the big losers from 30 years of EM equities
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 20:12  
Africa has been failed by westernisation. It must cast off its subservience | Chigozie Obioma
Guardian
12/11/17 20:12  
The Guardian view on white nationalism: a rising danger | Editorial
Guardian
12/11/17 19:54  
Theresa May’s position is unsustainable, yet she still can’t see it | Matthew d’Ancona
Guardian
12/11/17 19:39  
Saudi Arabia’s explosive rivalry with Shia Iran
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 19:36  
The Guardian view on the trade bill: bad law; bad plan | Editorial
Guardian
12/11/17 18:57  
The Future of Europe Project: a letter from the editor
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 18:15  
Uber suffers a setback to its super-flexible model
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 17:54  
The tax reform the US really needs
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 17:12  
US productivity may not be that bad, after all
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 17:12  
The 2022 Gay Games will be a historic moment for LGBTI rights in Hong Kong | Yiu-tung Suen
Guardian
12/11/17 15:48  
Nancy Friday, author and sexual pioneer, 1933-2017
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 09:09  
GE and Siemens: power pioneers flying too far from the sun
FinancialTimes
12/11/17 01:18  
The Observer view on the family unit | Observer editorial
Guardian
12/11/17 01:18  
Universities now sell themselves – just like shampoo | Barbara Ellen
Guardian
12/11/17 01:18  
There’s a very nasty smell coming from the back of Mrs May’s fridge | Andrew Rawnsley
Guardian
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