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23/04/17 08:18  
Want to ‘bring the nation together’? Have a leaders’ TV debate
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23/04/17 08:18  
How Facebook became a home to psychopaths | John Naughton
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23/04/17 01:24  
The tangled web of online dating | Sonia Sodha
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23/04/17 01:24  
Overhaul Britain’s rotten tax system or we won’t be able to sustain a healthy state | Will Hutton
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23/04/17 01:24  
Scotland a happy place? Don’t make me laugh | Kevin McKenna
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23/04/17 01:24  
When an M&S closes, you lose more than a store | Barbara Ellen
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23/04/17 01:24  
The Observer view on the French presidential election | Observer editorial
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23/04/17 01:24  
How the opposition parties can still make a contest of this election | Andrew Rawnsley
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23/04/17 01:24  
See how the other half lives from the Tate’s balcony | Catherine Bennett
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23/04/17 01:06  
This election is a fight for the very core of our democracy | David Blunkett
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23/04/17 01:06  
Polls are still the best barometer of public opinion
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23/04/17 01:06  
Don’t believe Theresa May. The election won’t change Brexit one bit | Guy Verhofstadt
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23/04/17 01:06  
If Labour crashes, don’t expect the hard left to bow out | Nick Cohen
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23/04/17 01:06  
French polls show populist fever is here to stay as globalisation makes voters pick new sides
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23/04/17 01:06  
The PM hopes she can rely on the press. But there’s one catch…
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23/04/17 01:06  
The Observer view on the general election campaign | Observer editorial
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23/04/17 01:06  
The Guardian view on the French presidency: hope not hate | Letters
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22/04/17 16:04  
Baby cake smashing
BBC
22/04/17 08:18  
What Jesus, Judas and Nutella can tell us about women’s bodies | Deborah Orr
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22/04/17 07:06  
Property feeds the roots of inequality in Britain. Inheritance will entrench it | Ian Jack
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22/04/17 06:51  
Diary of a Labour strategist: an election master plan
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 20:54  
Even if Marine Le Pen loses the election, the issues she exploits will still exist | Vincent Martigny
Guardian
21/04/17 20:54  
The ‘peaceful’ decade that set up our current turmoil | Jonathan Freedland
Guardian
21/04/17 20:21  
The weak pound holds out hope for UK growth
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 20:21  
Global economy: Spring pierces the political storm
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 20:21  
Pinn’s illustration of the week: Election lift-off
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 20:21  
Labour’s new dawn fades, but populism is no answer
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 19:18  
Memo to May: the manifesto must strike a bold note
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 19:18  
Modern monopolists are redefining competition
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 18:57  
Michael Bogdanov, theatre director, 1938-2017
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 18:48  
A WikiLeaks prosecution would endanger the future of US journalism | Trevor Timm
Guardian
21/04/17 18:12  
The rape boasts of Adam Johnson show victim-blaming is still with us | Joan Smith
Guardian
21/04/17 17:54  
This is Terminator 6: Rise of the Ballot Boxes ‑ the election that never ends | Marina Hyde
Guardian
21/04/17 17:54  
Steve Bell and antisemitism | Open door | Paul Chadwick
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21/04/17 17:12  
If he wins, Emmanuel Macron has to be bold
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 16:36  
Jeff Sessions 'reminded' Hawaii is a state, and #AskTheresaMay criticises premier
BBC
21/04/17 16:06  
Labour needs a smart doorstep army – and we could all play our part | Ellie Mae O’Hagan
Guardian
21/04/17 14:00  
How do you feel about another general election? Join our live look at the week
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21/04/17 14:00  
Conservative cuts to overseas aid will destroy millions of lives – for a lie | Kate Osamor
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21/04/17 13:42  
Klaus Kleinfeld, Davos Man brought to earth
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 13:24  
Forget hygge, in these negative times we need to fill the air with firgun | Mark Rice-Oxley
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21/04/17 13:00  
France’s republican monarchy loses its mystique
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 12:10  
In defence of reason: why scientists are marching
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 12:10  
Judgment frees Nawaz Sharif to prepare for elections
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 12:10  
Why prizewinning chiefs risk swift fall from grace
FinancialTimes
21/04/17 12:08  
Steve Bell on Jeremy Corbyn and Labour's election campaign – cartoon
Guardian
21/04/17 12:08  
I just don’t recognise Viktor Orbán as a ‘tyrant’ | Tibor Fischer
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21/04/17 12:08  
Earning £70k? Whoever wins the election they’ll probably pay more tax | Gaby Hinsliff
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21/04/17 12:08  
Could VAT on meat help us save the planet? | Simon Fairlie
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21/04/17 12:08  
We carry on giving, but isn’t charity an offence to basic dignity? | John Harris
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21/04/17 12:08  
If we overreact to this attack on Paris then terrorism will ‘just never end’ | Simon Jenkins
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21/04/17 12:08  
Generation spite: is that really how we want our kids to remember us? | Phil McDuff
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21/04/17 12:07  
Paris shooting: Witnesses recount panic and horror
BBC
20/04/17 19:51  
A nerve-racking test of France’s political class
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 19:30  
British pledge on aid will send message to world
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 19:30  
China bond party attracts few takers
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 19:17  
Letters to the editor
Economist
20/04/17 18:48  
Taking aim at the World Bank is self-defeating
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 18:30  
Theresa May is not just breaking her promises – she is breaking our politics | Clive Lewis
Guardian
20/04/17 18:27  
Trump tested as hard economic data spell trouble
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 16:42  
The biggest loser in the general election will be Northern Ireland | Kathryn Gaw
Guardian
20/04/17 16:42  
Serena Williams’s pregnant victory reminds us how amazing women’s bodies are | Natasha Henry
Guardian
20/04/17 16:21  
Bill O’Reilly’s fall shows celebrity is no shield
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 14:54  
Liberal capitalism has rotted our souls. But its days might be numbered | Giles Fraser: Loose canon
Guardian
20/04/17 14:34  
Bill O'Reilly firing: Wigs and parting gifts
BBC
20/04/17 14:15  
China sets the pace in the global wine market
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 14:15  
Corbyn’s message misses what voters care about
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 14:00  
What unexpected feat did you pull off while pregnant?
Guardian
20/04/17 13:06  
With a whiff of sulphur, George Osborne was gone – but for how long? | Polly Toynbee
Guardian
20/04/17 12:48  
An insurgent Corbyn will demolish media claims that the election is a done deal | Matt Zarb-Cousin
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20/04/17 12:48  
Trump is president. That's reason enough not to go to war with North Korea | Isaac Stone Fish
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20/04/17 12:48  
Don't underestimate the harm 'brittle masculinity' can do to the world | Timothy Snyder
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20/04/17 12:30  
Hong Kong faces uncertain future as dynamism fades
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 10:06  
Why the election could make Theresa May more liberal | Ryan Shorthouse
Guardian
20/04/17 09:30  
Labour’s framing of public services as universal benefits is a canny move | Frances Ryan
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20/04/17 09:30  
Spice is a terrifying drug, but panic won’t make it go away | Henry Fisher
Guardian
20/04/17 09:30  
The Guardian view on MPs and the general election: Theresa May demanded. They obeyed | Editorial
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20/04/17 09:30  
The Guardian view on protein modelling: the answer to life, the universe and everything | Editorial
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20/04/17 07:06  
Brexitland: So much for the fractured nation – I haven’t found it | Owen Jones
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20/04/17 07:06  
Robots are racist and sexist. Just like the people who created them | Laurie Penny
Guardian
20/04/17 06:12  
What Theresa May’s election gambit means for Brexit
FinancialTimes
20/04/17 06:12  
Oscillation between globalisation and nation state
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 21:12  
Germany wants a strong EU. Why would it allow Britain an easy Brexit? | Charles Grant
Guardian
19/04/17 21:12  
The last thing Britain needs from Theresa May’s manifesto is policies | Simon Jenkins
Guardian
19/04/17 19:42  
Business needs the snap election to improve Brexit
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 18:39  
The gospel of Jeff Bezos is based on an illusion
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 17:36  
Painting by numbers with Donald Trump
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 17:18  
Labour can win this election – if we all join the fight | Emma Rees
Guardian
19/04/17 16:54  
IMF saves greatest stability warnings America
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 15:48  
Chickening out of TV debates is shameful. Why is May avoiding us? | Caroline Lucas
Guardian
19/04/17 15:48  
Jean-Luc Mélenchon should be French president. Here’s why | Olivier Tonneau
Guardian
19/04/17 13:24  
With the rightwing papers leading the election charge, May need only follow | Anne Perkins
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19/04/17 13:24  
Does Tim Farron think gay sex is a sin? Who cares? | David Shariatmadari
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19/04/17 12:21  
A ministry for fun in austere Saudi Arabia
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 09:30  
Am I a racist? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Coco Khan
Guardian
19/04/17 09:30  
Is 'political correctness gone mad' a lie? – video
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19/04/17 08:18  
Tories have targeted the young. Go to the ballot box and take revenge | Abi Wilkinson
Guardian
19/04/17 07:06  
Jeremy Corbyn is rushing to embrace Labour’s annihilation | Polly Toynbee
Guardian
19/04/17 06:24  
Erdogan won his vote but lost half of Turkey
FinancialTimes
19/04/17 06:24  
A reckless North Korea remains China’s useful ally
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 20:18  
Now it’s clear: the Lib Dems are the only opposition to the Tories and hard Brexit | Tim Farron
Guardian
18/04/17 19:54  
America’s tax reform plan requires a road map
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 19:12  
An enfeebled Labour leaves the centre ground up for grabs
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 18:51  
May can now secure her mandate on Europe
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 18:51  
May’s election call is right for Brexit Britain
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 17:27  
Dealing with America’s trade follies
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 17:06  
Gig economy is stuck on industrial shift patterns
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 17:00  
The real gamble for Theresa May would have been to wait until 2020 | Jonathan Freedland
Guardian
18/04/17 15:42  
The Fixed-term Parliaments Act has failed
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 15:42  
Job vacancy: energy policy adviser to Theresa May
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 15:12  
Only £10 has been donated to Rape Crisis since Broadchurch started – why? | Katie Russell
Guardian
18/04/17 14:54  
'Larry the cat is not dead' and other election reaction
BBC
18/04/17 13:57  
May seizes the moment to bank poll lead
FinancialTimes
18/04/17 12:48  
My wife was killed by an older driver – that’s why I’m fighting for tests | Ben Brooks-Dutton
Guardian
18/04/17 09:48  
Asma al-Assad is a cheerleader for evil. Her UK citizenship should be revoked | Nadhim Zahawi
Guardian
18/04/17 09:30  
The Guardian view on the Turkish referendum: Erdoğan entrenches himself | Editorial
Guardian
18/04/17 09:12  
Twin Peaks’ special agent Dale Cooper is the antidote to these reactionary times | Peter Ormerod
Guardian
18/04/17 08:18  
The hidden threat of a liberal centre-ground moderniser | Steve Richards
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18/04/17 07:06  
Anti-German, soft on Putin – Mélenchon is no saviour of the left | Natalie Nougayrede
Guardian
18/04/17 06:15  
The shadow of de Gaulle stalks the French election
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 19:45  
May is the most conservative leader since Thatcher
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 19:45  
A bitter victory for Turkey’s new sultan
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 18:21  
London’s housing crisis is abetted by illicit funds
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 18:00  
American farm belt wary of Trump trade threats
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 16:15  
India’s young are fretting about their futures
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 15:54  
Trump, Kim and the risk of nuclear miscalculation
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 15:54  
Dr Fraud and the strange case of the online science journals
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 15:04  
Trump Jr's "very fake news" T-shirt, and Bernie Sanders in a giant ice cream tub
BBC
17/04/17 14:36  
What Brexit should have taught us about voter manipulation | Paul Flynn
Guardian
17/04/17 14:09  
Only human intelligence can solve the AI challenge
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 14:09  
‘Crude Volatility’, by Robert McNally
FinancialTimes
17/04/17 13:42  
Harry has provided the impetus. Now let’s address mental health properly | Suzanne Moore
Guardian
17/04/17 13:24  
The war on drugs is racist. Donald Trump is embracing it with open arms | Steven W Thrasher
Guardian
17/04/17 13:24  
To-do lists, time-blocking … what a depressing way to live your life | Fay Schopen
Guardian
17/04/17 11:54  
Erdoğan’s referendum victory spells the end of Turkey as we know it | Yavuz Baydar
Guardian
17/04/17 11:36  
Running prolongs your life, but here are 10 more reasons to get your skort on | Rose George
Guardian
17/04/17 10:24  
Can Trump defuse North Korea by acting like Ike? | Matthew d’Ancona
Guardian
17/04/17 10:24  
Stop being so feeble, Labour: this is how you attack the Tories | Theo Bertram
Guardian
17/04/17 10:24  
The Guardian view on North Korea: apocalypse not right now | Editorial
Guardian
17/04/17 10:24  
The Guardian view on politics at Easter: Jesus of platitudes | Editorial
Guardian
17/04/17 10:24  
The best decision I've ever made? Coming out at 65
Guardian
16/04/17 23:27  
Erdogan’s pursuit of one-man rule exposes two Turkeys
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 19:15  
A two-speed post-Brexit Europe is best avoided
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 19:15  
Zimbabwe’s cash cows are signal of desperation
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 18:54  
Trump beats a retreat over China’s currency
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 17:18  
Unions must shed old divisions to unite the movement | Zoe Williams
Guardian
16/04/17 17:09  
Shareholders’ dilemma over financial regulation
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 16:27  
Chinese buyers fuel Brooklyn real estate boom
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 16:27  
The shadow hanging over central bank control
FinancialTimes
16/04/17 14:36  
Is Donald Trump the man to promote peace with North Korea? | Mark Seddon
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