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Dining across the divide: ‘The national lottery is a tax on the poorest people in society’
Brexit, gambling and green living: can two strangers find common ground over dinner?

Sam Wollaston

02, Dec, 2021 @12:30 PM

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Rescue me: why Britain’s beautiful lockdown pets are being abandoned
The cats and dogs that helped us through the pandemic are increasingly being dumped in the street or handed over to charities – and shelters are dealing with the fallout

Sam Wollaston

01, Dec, 2021 @10:00 AM

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‘People expect cheap food, drink and accommodation – that horse has bolted’: a hotelier on life without EU workers
Veryan Palmer should be looking forward to her Cornish hotel’s best ever November. Instead, she is having to shut rooms at the five-star establishment

Sam Wollaston

22, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Dining across the divide: ‘I think some of the ideas are horrible – but it’s nice to sit and talk’
One is a Belgian resident in the UK, the other was a Ukip candidate: can two strangers find any common ground?

Sam Wollaston

18, Nov, 2021 @12:30 PM

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‘I’m fully booked, but can’t take on jobs’: a builder on life without EU workers
Sebastian Przetakowski arrived in London when he was 24, and now has a family and thriving business. But he is turning down work as Brexit and Covid mean he can’t find bricklayers and carpenters

Sam Wollaston

18, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Rob Delaney on love, loss and married life: ‘No, my wife is not having an affair with her karate teacher’
The star of Catastrophe and Home Sweet Home Alone answers your questions on everything from family tragedy to the value of comedy

Sam Wollaston

15, Nov, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Inside the world of foley artists: ‘Watermelons are brilliant for the sound of brains hitting the floor’
They are film and television’s unsung heroes: the people who create sounds, for everything from crunchy snow, kissing and horses’ hooves. Just don’t mention coconuts

Sam Wollaston

12, Nov, 2021 @11:00 AM

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Dining across the divide: ‘We inherited a degree of stoicism that is no longer required’
Brexit, the monarchy and more: two readers with differing views get to grips over dinner

Sam Wollaston

04, Nov, 2021 @12:30 PM

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Wrong side of the law. Right side of history: the activists arrested in the name of the planet
From grassroots campaigners to Hollywood actors, 21 climate rebels tell their stories

Interviews: Elle Hunt, Sam Wollaston

23, Oct, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Dining across the divide: ‘I was expecting someone more confrontational, but he was so sweet’
From immigration to environmental activism: can two strangers see eye to eye over lunch?

Sam Wollaston

16, Oct, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Dining across the divide: ‘He won’t stop eating meat because it’s too delicious’
Veganism, private schools, ‘airbrushing’ history: two readers chew the fat over dinner

Sam Wollaston

09, Oct, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Dining across the divide: ‘He said: don’t go there. So I was like, we’ll definitely go there’
Rights, royalty, relationships: can two strangers find common ground over dinner?

Sam Wollaston

02, Oct, 2021 @6:00 AM

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