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Tuesday briefing: Manchester's moment of terror

Top story: Manchester Arena explosion leaves 19 dead Hello, it’s Warren Murray bringing you the Briefing on this very sombre morning. Nineteen people are confirmed to have died in an explosion at the Manchester Arena last night. Dozens more people – 59 a

today, 06:15 in World News
 

Robot hearts: medicine’s new frontier

On a cold, bright January morning I walked south across Westminster Bridge to St Thomas’ Hospital, an institution with a proud tradition of innovation: I was there to observe a procedure generally regarded as the greatest advance in cardiac surgery since

today, 05:56 in Science &Technology
 

Robot hearts: medicine’s new frontier

On a cold, bright January morning I walked south across Westminster Bridge to St Thomas’ Hospital, an institution with a proud tradition of innovation: I was there to observe a procedure generally regarded as the greatest advance in cardiac surgery since

today, 05:56 in Health
 

Mandelson legacy looms large as Hartlepool approaches crossroads

It was 9am on 24 June 2016. Peter Mandelson stood shellshocked on College Green in Westminster as Britain woke to its decision to leave the EU. It was, he told the television cameras, the worst day in British postwar history. It did not feel like that 27

yesterday, 14:38 in Politics
 

Monday briefing: Facebook's guiding rules are revealed

Top story: the ethical red lines emerge Good morning, Graham Russell here with the news to start the week. A Guardian investigation has uncovered Facebook’s secret rules and guidelines for deciding what its 2 billion users can post on the site, including

yesterday, 06:32 in World News
 

Great Australian photographs: Trent Parke – an audio essay

Click on the audio buttons to hear conversations between the Guardian Australia picture editor, Jonny Weeks, the Guardian Australia photographer, Mike Bowers, the senior curator of photography at the National Gallery of Australia, Shaune Lakin, and the c

Sunday, 23:53 in Art & Culture
 

Cambridge: 'We don't talk politics. The cruel thing is it doesn't affect us'

The longer you spend with the entrepreneurs behind the video game industry cluster in Cambridge, the more the forthcoming general election begins to seem a trifling, parochial concern. Compared with the momentous significance of the vote to leave the EU,

Sunday, 14:18 in Politics
 

‘You’d come in and think, what’s dead or escaped?’: inside Britain's most controversial zoo

It’s 2pm at South Lakes Safari zoo. “Free entry!” reads the cheerful banner tacked on to the rustic wooden entrance gate. “Hand feed a baby giraffe!” But these enticements seem to have missed their mark today: I’m the only visitor. The enormous gift shop

Saturday, 08:06 in Lifestyle
 

The Resistance Now: Trump trip may include 'not welcome' protests

Progressives v President Pence? Trump’s exceptionally turbulent week prompted even some Republicans to utter the word “impeachment”. But Democrats – and progressives – are being warned to be careful what they wish for. If Mike Pence took over, could he a

Friday, 22:51 in World News
 

Trump diehards dismiss Russia scandal: 'Show me the proof – or get off his case'

Nobody really knows what Donald Trump’s supporters would do if the president really did stand in the middle of New York’s Fifth Avenue and shoot someone. For now, the president has merely fired the director of the FBI and been saddled with a special coun

Friday, 15:03 in World News
 

Glasgow East: 'This election is negative and full of hate'

Karen and Douglas Connell are proud of their three daughters: they think for themselves and are active citizens. “I’m glad I brought up my girls to be politically minded,” Karen tells me from the family’s sandstone house in Shettleston, Glasgow. “They wo

Friday, 13:38 in Politics
 

Giles Martin: 'Music is all about that emotional connection'

Paid for by “I don’t think you can put heritage to one side. It’s like saying Buckingham Palace is just a house,” says Giles Martin. The Grammy award-winning producer – once schooled by his father George, who knew a thing or two about a thing or two – is

Friday, 11:46 in Lifestyle
 

Friday briefing: with Brexit, the sting is in the retail

Top story: The price of going it alone Good morning to you, Graham Russell here with the news to start your Friday. The terms of the split are far from agreed but almost every household appears resigned to one fact: this Brexit thing is going to cost us.

Friday, 06:05 in World News
 

Harrow West: 'Corbyn? People are more likely to raise fly-tipping'

Last April, shortly before Brexit but eight months after Jeremy Corbyn had been made leader of the opposition, Alice Cann, 34, joined the Labour party in Harrow West. “I almost always voted Labour but otherwise wasn’t that aware of all that was going on

Thursday, 15:09 in Politics
 

Rocket men: why tech’s biggest billionaires want their place in space

The explosion could be felt 30 miles away. At 9.07am on 1 September, a SpaceX rocket containing 75,000 gallons of liquid oxygen and rocket-grade kerosene ignited into a fireball that could be seen from orbit, billowing black smoke into the gray sky aroun

Thursday, 09:15 in Science &Technology
 
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