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Peer leading review into counter-extremism programme said job was ‘completely unnecessary’

Labour demands government reconsider Lord Carlile's appointment

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Jane Fae Should we sue politicians for their inaction over climate change?

Amid mass die-ins, no-fly movements and Greta Thunberg sailing the climate emergency message across the Atlantic, there’s one route for tackling climate change we haven’t pursued, writes Jane Fae: through the courts

Boris Johnson accepts Merkel challenge to replace Irish backstop

Prime minister describes timescale for solution as ‘blistering’ during visit to Berlin

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‘The final judgement is coming’: Worst rainforest fires in history sees Brazilian city fall dark at 3pm

Record devastation to vital planetary resource dismissed by far-right president Bolsonaro, who says: 'I am Nero, setting the Amazon aflame'

Lola Kirke interview: ‘All-guy bands shouldn’t even exist in 2019’

The actor and singer talks to Fiona Sturges about starring with her sister Jemima in the adaptation of Emma Forrest’s Untogether, her new EP of country duets, and how film roles for women have regressed

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Harriet Hall Cosmetic surgery is so common now that it’s being sold as empowerment

When we talk about these procedures as another way to achieve ‘confidence’, we’re ignoring the fact that it’s still, in many cases, just a convenient scheme to make money from female insecurity

Why the Spider-Man controversy at Sony could destroy the MCU

Without the heart and humanity of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, what is the Marvel Cinematic Universe other than a cold space opera populated by aliens and oddballs, writes Adam White

Lola Kirke interview: ‘All-guy bands shouldn’t even exist in 2019’

The actor and singer talks to Fiona Sturges about starring with her sister Jemima in the adaptation of Emma Forrest’s Untogether, her new EP of country duets, and how film roles for women have regressed

9 best chimineas that take the chill out of alfresco entertaining

Impress your guests with one of these handy heaters

Jamie Oliver says restaurant failure 'ruined' his birthday

‘I thought I was clever enough and big enough to fix it’

The historic Apollo 11 moon landing – in photos

Relive the painstaking mission that led to the first human footprints on the Earth’s natural satellite

Puppies found buried alive, prompting two arrests

Litter of six German shepherds discovered after tip-off from member of public

Can Ryanair keep its promise to passengers as pilots strike?

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No deal and recession now ‘most likely’ Brexit outcome, says Barclays

Boris Johnson downplaying economic risks for political gain, say bank’s economists in scathing assessment of government’s strategy and its impact