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Morning mail: cyber-attack strikes Europe and US

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 28 June. Top stories A ransomware cyber-attack has hit Europe and parts of the US, with those affected unable to access their computers even when they pay t

yesterday, 22:03 in World News
 

Moray: 'We are fed up with the SNP. It's as simple as that'

Scott Sliter’s first twinges of anxiety about the election came when he knocked on some doors last month. His colleagues in the Scottish National party had warned him the contest in Moray was going to be tight, but the first hints of defeat came when he

yesterday, 14:08 in World News
 

Tuesday briefing: Bung parliament – May's £1bn bill for DUP support

Top story: As strong and stable as money can buy Good morning, it’s Warren Murray with the news you need. Theresa May is facing a barrage of protest from Britain’s regional leaders after locking in a parliamentary majority with £1bn worth of promises to

yesterday, 06:37 in World News
 

The best video games of 2017 so far

Arms – Nintendo Nintendo’s bright, brisk take on the fighting game has a range of outlandish characters engaging in lighthearted fisticuffs with customisable robotic arms. The Switch motion controllers make it a ridiculous physical workout. Facebook Twit

yesterday, 06:15 in Art & Culture
 

Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?

In 2011, Claudio Aspesi, a senior investment analyst at Bernstein Research in London, made a bet that the dominant firm in one of the most lucrative industries in the world was headed for a crash. Reed-Elsevier, a multinational publishing giant with annu

yesterday, 06:10 in Science &Technology
 

Monday briefing: PM makes Europeans same but different

Top story: May’s offer to EU citizens Good morning to you. Graham Russell here with what’s happening at the start of the week. Theresa May today publishes her 15-page proposal on how to treat Europeans living in the UK, giving them the same employment, h

Monday, 06:42 in World News
 

Glastonbury festival: the best of Sunday – in pictures

Glastonbury was brought to a close by Ed Sheeran, Boy Better Know, Justice and many more acts across the vast site on Sunday evening, crowning a year described as the “best ever” by organiser Emily Eavis. Biffy Clyro tee up Ed Sheeran on the Pyramid stag

Monday, 06:18 in Art & Culture
 

Morning mail: Greens turn fury on Lee Rhiannon

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 26 June. Top stories The Greens face dramatic internal turmoil, with the NSW senator Lee Rhiannon at risk of censure or expulsion from the party room after all

Sunday, 22:21 in World News
 

Gatwick Hotel: the last days of a halfway house – an audio photo essay

Yvette Kelly and Rose Banks, twin sisters who have worked at Gatwick Hotel for the past 46 years Yvette and Rose Charlise, who moved to the Gatwick and became a sex worker to pay for gender reassignment surgery Charlise Sam, a former detention centre det

Sunday, 20:42 in World News
 

Glastonbury 2017: the best of Saturday's festival action – in pictures

The star attraction on Saturday afternoon was Jeremy Corbyn, attracting a crowd that ranked amongst the biggest ever at the Glastonbury festival. He introduced the rap duo Run the Jewels, who have been outspoken in their support of the Labour leader. Oh,

Sunday, 06:17 in Art & Culture
 

‘I got Gryffindor pyjamas for my 27th birthday’: fans on 20 years of Harry Potter

When I was eight, I got my first pair of glasses. Far from being teased at school, the only hassle I got was endless requests to try on my new specs. My father looked at me with suspicion. Had I faked the blindness, he asked, just so I could look like Ha

Saturday, 09:42 in Art & Culture
 

Glastonbury 2017: the best of Friday's festival action – in pictures

Lorde, Other stage I think when you’re a strange magical person – and I’m a witch – you know what it’s like. You know that you’re not too much for everyone Fans take a break between sets on the Pyramid stage During one 45-minute period on the Pyramid sta

Saturday, 06:45 in Art & Culture
 

How the banks ignored the lessons of the crash

Ask people where they were on 9/11, and most have a memory to share. Ask where they were when Lehman Brothers collapsed, and many will struggle even to remember the correct year. The 158-year-old Wall Street bank filed for bankruptcy on 15 September 2008

Saturday, 06:23 in Business
 

The Resistance Now: activists say 'hell no' to Republican healthcare bill

So about that healthcare bill... Dozens of people were arrested after protesting outside Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell’s office on Thursday – including some in wheelchairs – as Republicans unveiled Republicans unveiled Trumpcare 2.0 (or are we o

Saturday, 00:44 in World News
 

Wicket maidens: the surprising history of women’s cricket

When Karen Smithies’ England team won the World Cup in 1993, she did not go in for false modesty. The success of the women’s team was in stark contrast to the fortunes of the men’s team at the time – England had just lost the Ashes on home soil under Gra

Friday, 11:45 in Lifestyle
 
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