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‘From a standing fart’: readers on their favourite Grauniad mistakes | Letters
Letters: Readers list some of the paper’s most memorable gaffes and typos over the years as the Guardian celebrates its bicentenary

Letters

14, May, 2021 @4:44 PM

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‘Tirana boom today’: Guardian readers on the cleverest and funniest headlines | Letters
Letters: Readers respond to an article about the art of headline-writing with examples of their own favourites

Letters

14, May, 2021 @4:43 PM

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Superlative Guardian reading that lasts a lifetime | Brief letters
Brief letters: The paper’s best predictions? | A twist of front-page fate | The Guardian Readers and Elton John | Ringing out the bells for 200 years

Letters

14, May, 2021 @4:02 PM

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‘The therapy has never waned’: Guardian readers on their long relationships with us | Letters
Letters: Don Borland on how the paper helped him recover from TB, plus letters from Peter Bird, Elizabeth Jurd, Elizabeth Monger, Graham Head, John Boyle, Andrew Dean, Chas Ball, Tony Meacock, Janet Hulme and Robert Daws

Letters

14, May, 2021 @2:55 PM

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Competition: name the date of the Guardian article – week two
Guess the date the story first appeared to be in with a chance of winning prizes including a ticket to a Masterclass of your choice

14, May, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Making a splash: the best – and funniest – Guardian headlines over 200 years
Witty, pithy, pretty and hitty, sometimes the headline is better than the story it sits upon

Jamie Fahey

13, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Graduating and coming out with the Guardian | Letters
Letters: Roger Bardell finds a Guardian reference from Arnold Bennett, Molly Pollitt discovered her copy at the students’ union, Stuart Britton remembers coming out on the letters page, and Dr Christine Kent is relieved to have her print copy back

Letters

12, May, 2021 @3:39 PM

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Typo negative: the best and worst of Grauniad mistakes over 200 years
From ‘The Taming of the Screw’ to ‘irritable bowl syndrome’, the paper is fondly known for its slips

Elisabeth Ribbans

12, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Plaque unveiled to mark the birth of the Manchester Guardian
Mayor Andy Burnham describes paper’s foundation as an ‘important piece of British social history’

Helen Pidd North of England editor

11, May, 2021 @5:33 PM

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In defence of Peter Preston’s handling of the Sarah Tisdall case | Letter
Letter: The editor’s decision to return the leaked documents was made after agonised deliberations and much consultation with staff, writes the Guardian’s former deputy editor David McKie

Letters

11, May, 2021 @5:24 PM

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It’s not just racism and sexism. The Golden Globes have been sunk by sheer stupidity
The preposterous Hollywood Foreign Press Association gravy train might have chugged on for ever if its members had just swallowed their pride and done more for diversity

Peter Bradshaw

11, May, 2021 @3:20 PM

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The rudest things they ever said about the Guardian
This newspaper has upset public figures from Blair to Trump. Here we look at some of the resultant indignation

Rupert Neate

11, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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