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The Guide #47: The best cover songs, as picked by readers
In this week’s newsletter: From Johnny Cash’s rendition of Hurt to the many reworkings of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, here’s what you chose

Gwilym Mumford

12, Aug, 2022 @10:45 AM

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The Guardian view on Italy’s political crisis: Draghi should stay for now | Editorial
Editorial: Early elections would destabilise the country, as a deeply challenging winter looms


18, Jul, 2022 @6:17 PM

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Letter: Lady Greengross obituary
Alan Walker writes: Sally Greengross’s kindness to a young academic will never be forgotten

Alan Walker

12, Jul, 2022 @4:50 PM

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Is your smartphone ruining your memory? A special report on the rise of ‘digital amnesia’
‘I can’t remember anything’ is a common complaint these days. But is it because we rely so heavily on our smartphones? And do the endless alerts and distractions stop us forming new memories?

Rebecca Seal

03, Jul, 2022 @7:00 AM

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A sporting show of Cornish pride | Brief letters
Brief letters: The birthplace of rugby | Echoes of King Lear | A productive read | Balancing act | Missing penguins

22, Jun, 2022 @5:22 PM

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What are the cost of living payments – and how much can you get?
Sunak has announced new measures to combat rising household bills. Here’s what you can expect

Hilary Osborne

26, May, 2022 @2:30 PM

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Monday briefing: Who wants what in Northern Ireland?
In today’s newsletter: With the prime minister flying out to Belfast to deal with the political crisis, we look at what the main players are really hoping to achieve

Archie Bland

16, May, 2022 @5:36 AM

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‘I never thought I’d sell out the Apollo’: Mo Gilligan on why he’d rather be gardening than partying
Standup Mo Gilligan’s rise to fame is the stuff of dreams – in fact, he can’t quite believe it himself. The boy from Camberwell talks about sharing a stage with his heroes – and why his tulips will be ‘banging’ next year

Tim Lewis

15, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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‘Bring your own booze!’: what happened at No 10 on 20 May 2020?
Explainer: the British government reiterated Covid lockdown rules to the public – before staff headed to the garden

Haroon Siddique

22, Apr, 2022 @7:15 PM

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My life in Shanghai’s never-ending zero-Covid lockdown
A resident in the Chinese megalopolis describes the desperation – and the humanity – of three weeks in strict quarantine


19, Apr, 2022 @4:31 AM

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A generation of children increasingly think gambling is inextricably linked with the AFL | Tim Costello
Codes say without betting sponsorships we cannot have top-tier play but there is nothing inevitable about having gambling so intertwined with sports

Tim Costello

18, Apr, 2022 @5:36 AM

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Can Boris Johnson survive? The prime minister is on the ropes but not yet out
The Tory leader is unpopular for breaking lockdown rules but his departure may depend on options for his replacement

Robert Ford

16, Apr, 2022 @3:22 PM

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