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Dining across the divide: ‘Don’t take this the wrong way, but people relate to the English differently’
Cross-border differences, religion, Scottish independence, immigration: can two strangers find common ground over dinner?

Zoe Williams

25, Nov, 2021 @12:30 PM

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PC Andrew Harper’s killing was appalling, but changing the law won’t protect key workers | Zoe Williams
Although Harper’s law sets out to protect emergency service workers, it will do little to change their lived realities, says Guardian columnist Zoe Williams

Zoe Williams

25, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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When is the perfect time to start preparing for Christmas? It’s right now | Zoe Williams
Starting late makes you look classy – but might also mean you miss out on festive treats. Too early and you will eat all your stocking fillers

Zoe Williams

23, Nov, 2021 @7:00 AM

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From energy prices to the new cold war, we were warned about 2021 – back in 1997 | Zoe Williams
Terrorism, tension between China and the US, an uncontrollable plague … Wired’s 24-year-old list of what could go wrong with the world is depressingly familiar

Zoe Williams

22, Nov, 2021 @4:36 PM

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Staying power! How to thrive in the great resignation if you don’t want to quit
The pandemic has sparked a surge in people leaving their jobs. But if you aren’t one of them, how do you survive the tumult – and even flourish? Here is the expert advice on how those left behind can prosper

Zoe Williams

18, Nov, 2021 @6:00 AM

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3D-printed steak, anyone? I taste test this ‘gamechanging’ meat mimic | Zoe Williams
Marco Pierre White is championing Redefine Meat’s products, but do they live up to the hype?

Zoe Williams

16, Nov, 2021 @1:41 PM

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Has the nation finally had enough of Tory scandals? | Zoe Williams
For years the British have swallowed everything Conservative politicians threw at them. But now the gag reflex is kicking in

Zoe Williams

16, Nov, 2021 @7:00 AM

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For the first time in too long I had the house to myself. So, of course I wasted every minute | Zoe Williams
Since the start of the pandemic I have been dreaming of being home alone. But when a precious day fell into my lap, did I make the most of it, asks Guardian columnist Zoe Williams

Zoe Williams

15, Nov, 2021 @4:56 PM

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Moira Buffini: ‘My friends who work in telly say, “Why do you do theatre? It’s so elitist”’
The prolific playwright behind the soaraway hit Dinner, Netflix’s The Dig and Harlots reflects on coming up in the 1990s, her new play Manor and putting her characters ‘through a grinder’

Zoe Williams

15, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Irvine Welsh: ‘We’re heading for an anarchist paradise where we play football and make love’
The notorious author is breaking new ground with his TV debut. He talks about messed up cops, exorcising Sick Boy … and writing the tunes for Trainspotting: The Musical

Zoe Williams

12, Nov, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Dining across the divide: ‘As I get older, I’m more militant. I just think: let’s all glue ourselves to something’
They disagreed about statues, but not queer fluidity – can two strangers find common ground over dinner?

Zoe Williams

11, Nov, 2021 @12:30 PM

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Failing to plan for climate refugees hands a cheap victory to the far right | Zoe Williams
The climate crisis could cause mass displacement as land becomes uninhabitable – nations must work together on this, says Guardian columnist Zoe Williams

Zoe Williams

11, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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