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‘Learn lessons from Australia’: consumer groups warn UK against buy now, pay later self regulation
UK government told voluntary industry code ‘woefully inadequate’ at protecting consumers in Australia

Ben Butler

18, Jan, 2022 @4:30 PM

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The importance of being allowed to act up | Brief letters
Brief letters: Film roles | Face masks | Privileged men | Party funding | Postal addresses

16, Jan, 2022 @4:41 PM

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Look around you. The way we live explains why we are increasingly polarized
In 2016, I set out to understand why a border wall appealed to so many. I realized Americans are increasingly boxing themselves in – with vast impacts on the way we see the world

Anand Pandian

16, Jan, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Did Priti Patel cross a line in urging pursuit of the Colston Four?
Home secretary accused of ‘ill-judged meddling’ by getting involved in police operational decisions

Rajeev Syal

05, Jan, 2022 @10:55 PM

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He put up a Times Square billboard in search of a kidney – and saved more lives than his own
Marc Weiner booked one of the world’s most visible advertising spots, hoping his life would change. He ended up changing the lives of dozens of others, too

Joshua Needelman

24, Dec, 2021 @3:58 PM

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Happiness is a Journey: the hidden life of an American warehouse worker – video
Warehouse workers in Austin, Texas, work through the night to process newspapers for delivery before Christmas. In this impressionistic documentary, visual artists and film-makers Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan follow Eddie ‘Bear’ Lopez at the Austin American-Statesman newspaper printing warehouse where Lopez has worked for more than 20 years. Throughout his life Lopez has been collecting items he comes across – creating shrines at his home, in his vehicles and his work station. The film-makers join Lopez as he ventures out into the empty streets to deliver newspapers

Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan, Lindsay Poulton,Ekaterina OchagaviaandJess Gormley

21, Dec, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Letter: Pee Wee Ellis obituary
Richard Lamming writes: Asked to play the intro to Johnny B Goode at our village fete, the sax player’s smile lit up the stage

Richard Lamming

06, Dec, 2021 @6:52 PM

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My role in clearing the man wrongly convicted for rape of Alice Sebold
Why didn’t the writer, the US justice system and the media ask more questions given the miscarriage of justice, asks the film producer whose investigation led to exoneration of Anthony Broadwater

Timothy Mucciante

05, Dec, 2021 @7:02 AM

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How Britain could learn from Australia’s mistakes in dealing with migrant boats
Analysis: Australia knows the horror of deaths at sea – and that turn-backs and offshore processing have huge human costs

Ben Doherty

27, Nov, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Letter: Nicolas McDowall obituary
Eric Williams writes: Meeting him led to 20 years of collaboration and 54 of close friendship

Eric Williams

24, Nov, 2021 @4:15 PM

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What do the affirmative sexual consent law reforms passed in NSW and proposed in Victoria mean for each state?
Affirmative consent reforms will change the laws to better deliver justice to victims of sexual assault

Caitlin Cassidy

24, Nov, 2021 @2:08 AM

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‘I took a DNA test and found a new family’: the drama and joy of meeting long-lost relatives
After years of searching, DNA tests, social media and old-fashioned tenacity have played crucial roles in reuniting fractured families. Here, six people tell their stories

Michael Segalov

21, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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