Sadiq Khan says he has PTSD caused by death threats
London mayor, who is running for third term, has round-the-clock security similar to PM and king
Peter Walker and Simon Hattenstone
20, May, 2023 @9:00 AM
‘The crowd were saying, “Kill him, kick him to death”’: what happened to the people who protested against King Charles?
When the queen died last year, republicans balked at the fawning response to the succession. Some even found themselves under arrest for minor acts of protest, such as heckling. Ahead of next week’s coronation, three tell their tales
29, Apr, 2023 @10:00 AM
‘At 83, I still feel sexual’: Smokey Robinson on love, joy, drugs, Motown – and his affair with Diana Ross
The music legend has just released a fabulously filthy album. He looks back on his incredible life in songwriting, and his friendships with Marvin Gaye, Berry Gordy and Aretha Franklin
27, Apr, 2023 @5:00 AM
Abandon ship: does this symbol of slavery shame Manchester and its football clubs?
A three-masted vessel adorns the city’s buildings and both teams’ crests. But is it an emblem of a crime against humanity?
19, Apr, 2023 @5:00 AM
The man who walked around the world: Tom Turcich on his seven-year search for the meaning of life
When Turcich was 17, a close friend of his died, and he had an existential crisis. He decided it was time to seize the day – and to cross the globe on foot
11, Apr, 2023 @5:00 AM
‘I’m CBE, I’m poet laureate so I’m clearly not a republican am I?’: Simon Armitage
When Simon Armitage left his job as a probation worker to become a full-time poet his dad was horrified. Is the former young subversive turned royal appointee now part of the establishment?
08, Apr, 2023 @10:00 AM
‘I had to be a rebel to play football’: England’s Leah Williamson on sexism, self-doubt and winning the Euros
Ever since she battled to get into an all-boys team at age six, the Arsenal star has blazed a trail for women in football. Now she wants to inspire girls to follow in her footsteps. Plus – an extract from her new book
25, Mar, 2023 @10:00 AM
Tech guru Jaron Lanier: ‘The danger isn’t that AI destroys us. It’s that it drives us insane’
The godfather of virtual reality has worked beside the web’s visionaries and power-brokers – but likes nothing more than to show the flaws of technology. He discusses how we can make AI work for us, how the internet takes away choice – and why he would ban TikTok
23, Mar, 2023 @10:00 AM
My mother, the troll: ‘I think she lost sight of the McCanns’ humanity’
When Ben Leyland’s mum said she was in trouble, he had no idea she was about to be exposed for sending hundreds of abusive tweets about Madeleine McCann’s parents – or of the tragic end to her story
18, Mar, 2023 @10:00 AM
Russia-Ukraine war: Xi to visit Russia as early as next week; Moscow says it could agree to shorter Black Sea grain deal – as it happened
China’s president planning to visit Moscow soon and also speak to Zelenskiy; hopes for possible grain deal extension but Russia wants 60-day limit
Geneva Abdul (now); Martin Belam and Royce Kurmelovs (earlier)
13, Mar, 2023 @6:48 PM
‘I have a hunch I was left damaged’: what would a scan reveal about my brain?
Ever since he had encephalitis as a child, Simon Hattenstone worried that the disease might have caused long-term effects such as memory loss and depression. So, finally, he went for an MRI to find out
13, Mar, 2023 @1:00 PM
‘I hope I haven’t killed anybody’: the pacifist author fighting on Ukraine’s frontline
Vlad Beliavsky dreamed that his new psychology book would help end wars. He has now spent a year in uniform, trying to catch saboteurs and fend off Russian cyber attacks
13, Mar, 2023 @6:00 AM
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