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Shivani Ashoka After monsoon dredged up Mumbai’s plastic problem, ‘eco-preneurs’ may turn the tide

A growing shift in consciousness, led by local students, environmentalists and ‘eco-preneurs’, is challenging the antiquated social conventions hindering much-needed environmental change. Shivani Ashoka reports

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‘Everything is gone’: Japan reeling from worst storm in decades

Typhoon Hagibis left at least 78 dead. But Japan is sadly well accustomed to responding to natural disasters, Samuel Lovett reports

Home Office to pay £25,000 in damages for unlawful deportation attempt

Exclusive: Court rules department acted ‘disingenuously’ in rejecting its own finding that Polish man was victim of criminal exploitation in order to pursue his deportation

Robert Fisk I don't blame the Lebanese rioters setting Beirut alight

On the corniche seafront where I live almost every apartment block is empty. These buildings are owned as investments by Iraqis and Saudis, while the poor of the Beqaa Valley live in shacks

Kim Gordon: ‘You can’t forgive someone if they don’t say sorry’

The former Sonic Youth frontwoman talks to Alexandra Pollard about her debut solo record, the dissolution of her 29-year marriage to Thurston Moore, and why the music industry is full of ‘entitled men who don’t realise there are boundaries’

Aaron Paul: ‘Even after I tested, no one wanted me for Jesse Pinkman’

The actor on the most challenging ‘Breaking Bad’ scene he ever filmed, the one thing he wished his character had done in ‘El Camino’, and his forthcoming role in ‘Westworld’ season three. By Jacob Stolworthy  

International gin and tonic day 2019: 14 best British gins to try

From the Isle of Islay all the way to Tooting by way of County Down, we've been on a juniper-fuelled adventure

Five items in your wardrobe that can be restyled for winter

You don’t have to buy new clothes to master a new look – Olivia Petter explains how to revive your old favourites

‘One million’ protesters demand second referendum in London

Crowd cheers as MPs withhold support from prime minister’s Brexit deal

Johnson & Johnson baby powder recalled in US over asbestos traces

Healthcare company rejects allegation its talc-containing products cause cancer - but shares drop 4%