Welcome to this week’s blogpost. Here’s our roundup of your comments and photos from last week. Thomas Wolfe told us that you can never go home again. But you can do some re-reading, as Diane Cano explains:
The question, set less by Brussels than the logic of Brexit, is how the UK government can in one move leave the European union’s single market and customs while also maintaining the flow of trade and on
E Jean Carroll, the celebrated advice columnist who has accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in the mid-1990s, has said she is considering bringing a complaint to the New York police department.
Our article about later-in-life virgins generated a huge response – much of it from readers who had finally found love, or started having sex, in their 30s or later. From the woman who lost her virginity
The last partygoers went home as the sun came up. Across Istanbul on Sunday night, hundreds of thousands of opposition supporters danced in the streets waving Turkish flags and brandishing glasses of and
The Catholic church has criticised a court order under which a woman with a learning disability will have an abortion against her wishes. The court of protection in London decided an abortion was in the
Andy first clapped eyes on Yves in 1996, when they were living in the same block of flats in Newcastle. “Someone used to play this loud, terrible music and my boyfriend presumed it was him,” says Andy.
Things were rarely dull where Ian Botham was concerned. After all, anyone who is an inspiration to David Brent is going to be an entertainer. Botham wrote his own script for England one last time at the
As Europe braces for a heatwave this week, a Dutchman is swimming the route of the country’s most famed ice skating race, which has not been held for two decades as the climate crisis bites. Instead of
Labour is to examine the readiness of City firms to cut carbon emissions and invest responsibly to tackle the climate emergency, shadow chancellor John McDonnell said on Monday. A review into City practices
Hermits have no need for clocks. But living in a community requires a common timeframe Philosophers and physicists have long debated the reality of time. But it has taken the people of the Norwegian island
Bradford’s predominantly Pakistani, Muslim population has long been looked at through a lens of criminality This is a city that has to fight to be seen ... organising this kind of event here is an extraordinary
Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is unimpressed with how Formula One is being run and says its governance must change. Speaking after his dominant victory at the French Grand Prix, Hamilton said Formula
The leadership of Spain’s centre-right Citizens party is under growing pressure over its deals with the far right after a senior member quit, accusing it of betraying its core principles. The party’s spokesman,
People have an increasing chance of getting away with murder as figures show the number of detectives investigating the most serious offences in England and Wales has fallen by more than a quarter since
Film has a sometimes troubling relationship with authenticity. However, in coming-of-age films, the authenticity of having child actors in the roles gives the films a certain flair that makes them shine.
Rafael Benítez will leave Newcastle when his contract expires on Sunday, the club have announced. Newcastle said in a statement: “It is with disappointment that we announce manager Rafael Benítez will
The good news is that, offering a welcome redefinition of grace under pressure, England refused to be bullied by Cameroon’s absurdly depressing antics in Valenciennes on Sunday. Retaining their poise refusing
Washington governor Jay Inslee will set his sights on powerful fossil fuel interests on Monday, by introducing a new portion of the presidential campaign he has centered on addressing the climate crisis.
Greater Manchester could become the first city region in the UK to take back control of its buses after a report recommended refranchising its vast and fragmented network. The mayor of Greater Manchester,
Oedipus is a guy with vision. Does it matter what he does in his personal life? Robert Icke The teenagers in the audience are all squirms and giggles. On stage, Oedipus and Jocasta have found themselves
The Brexit party is to launch a formal legal challenge against the result of this month’s Peterborough byelection, where it was narrowly beaten by Labour, claiming that allegations of corruption connected
Visa decision overturned for British resident Nina Saleh, 48 hours after Guardian and others published her story A woman who was refused a visa to return to London after travelling to Pakistan to adopt
I joined the army straight out of juvenile detention at the age of 16. I was no criminal mastermind – I burgled the same block of flats repeatedly and was always going to end up getting caught. The education