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All acting and directing nominees will receive PR goodie bag of beauty goods and luxury experiences from brands hoping to capitalise on Oscar hopefuls’ fame, via LA product placement firmOscar nominees in this year’s major categories will go home...
From: The Guardian | By: Ben Child | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Nineteen-year-old Cubeyda Hassan Jama, who lives in south-east London, will appear at Westminster magistrates courtA teenager is to appear in court accused of terror offences.Cubeyda Hassan Jama, 19, a Finnish national living in London Road, Thornton...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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The charity, known for its opposition to turbines, claims to have commissioned a turbine that will not threaten local pipistrelle and noctule batsIt is renowned for its opposition to the installation of wind turbines across the nation. According to the...
From: The Guardian | By: Robin McKie Observer science editor | Saturday, February 6, 2016
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The death rate for white Americans aged 45 to 54 has risen sharply since 1999, but Montana officials wrestle to explain reasons why the state has the highest rate of suicide in the US at nearly twice the national average – and it’s risingKevin Lowney...
From: The Guardian | By: Chris McGreal in Butte, Montana | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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The poet on the Shambala festival, the magic of Withered Hand, Laura Dudsworth’s Bare Reality and an inspiring visit to a Roman fortHollie McNish was born in Reading in 1983 to Scottish parents. Obsessed with writing her diaries in poetry since the...
From: The Guardian | By: Hollie McNish | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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This year marks the centenary of the UK edition of the influential fashion magazine – and the opening of an exhibition celebrating its role in British societyCelebrating your 100th birthday if you’re British means, for one thing, a personal message...
From: The Guardian | By: Karen Kay | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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The award-winning artist on how a film location in Morocco inspired his latest installationBorn in 1972 in Somerset, Ben Rivers studied sculpture then moved into photography and film. He won the Fipresci international critics prize at the Venice film...
From: The Guardian | By: Interview by Liz Hoggard | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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This extract from Jeremy Lewis’s biography of the great postwar Observer editor explores Astor’s lifelong near-religious belief in psychoanalysis• Click here to read more about David AstorDavid was the first of the Astor children to reject the...
From: The Guardian | By: Jeremy Lewis | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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For last week’s photography assignment in the Observer New Review we asked you to share your photos on the theme of turn via GuardianWitness. Here’s a selection of our favouritesShare your photos on this week’s theme ‘love’ by clicking the...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian readers and Tom Stevens | Saturday, February 6, 2016
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Group of 12 tourists from Czech Republic buried in Wattental valley, Tirol, say police, as rescuers continue to dig out injuredUp to five skiers have been killed in an avalanche at a popular Austrian resort, a police spokesman has said.A group of 12...
From: The Guardian | By: Jessica Elgot | Saturday, February 6, 2016
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Postmortems on the couple, who were in their 70s, revealed they died from injuries not sustained in the firePolice are treating the deaths of two pensioners who were found dead after a fire at their bungalow as murder.Detectives are waiting to question...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Christie, Kasich, and Bush aim to salvage campaigns with strong showingRepublicans focus on toppling TrumpJohn Kasich supporters feel their man on the riseFemale voters voice deep division over Hillary Clinton 9.23pm GMT Billionaire media titan and former...
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From: The Guardian | By: Steve Bell | Monday, February 8, 2016
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The game is ‘bigger than New Year’s Eve’ in prison, says an inmate, though prisoners’ celebrations vary: some party, some study and some take advantage of the private time watching providesIt’s moments before kick-off, and the television in...
From: The Guardian | By: Julia Carrie Wong in Marin County, California | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Lawyers ponder class action suit against tech giant over ‘reckless policy’ of permanently disabling iPhone 6 handsets after software upgradesApple is under pressure to scrap its controversial policy of permanently disabling repaired iPhone 6s when...
From: The Guardian | By: Miles Brignall | Monday, February 8, 2016
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The revolving doors of unaccountable power are spinning again, this time at the DWP. This relationship between government and tax-avoiding corporations has to endLast week Sky News revealed that the government had offered a prestigious job to a senior...
From: The Guardian | By: Margaret Hodge | Monday, February 8, 2016
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As housing charity Shelter turns 50, the country is still plagued by overcrowding, rogue landlords, insecure tenancies and homelessness. How do we even begin to make things better?It’s official name was Navigation Street, and a glance at a 19th century...
From: The Guardian | By: Paul Mason | Monday, February 8, 2016
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By month’s end, a force described as battalion-strength, consisting of mostly Army soldiers, will arrive in Helmand province to bolster the local militaryHundreds of additional US troops are slated to deploy to a volatile province in Afghanistan to...
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Jeremy Corbyn might not be our saviour, but at a recent London rally he cracked some good jokes and looked as if loves his job. Better still, he’s getting better at itOlga bravely attended a Momentum meeting not long ago, even though she’d been warned...
From: The Guardian | By: Michele Hanson | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Cyclists in stage three of the Volta a La Marina in Benidorm are blown about in strong winds on Sunday, forcing organisers to abandon the race. Some of the 153 riders try to keep moving, but are soon forced to put their feet down, while others are blown...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian Staff | Monday, February 8, 2016
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• ‘Due to ongoing ticketing discussions, this will no longer take place’• Around 10,000 fans left in 77th minute of Sunderland match in protestLiverpool have cancelled a question and answer session with chief executive Ian Ayre as the row over...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Prolific author of more than 20 works of fiction was most famous for her 1965 novel Georgy GirlThe award-winning novelist Margaret Forster, author of the bestselling novel Georgy Girl, has died at the age of 77.Her husband, the writer and journalist...
From: The Guardian | By: Claire Armitstead | Monday, February 8, 2016
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The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including the first night of Carnival in Rio, Chinese New Year and dramatic Live rescue days after the earthquake in Taiwan Continue reading......
From: The Guardian | By: Natasha Rees-Bloor | Monday, February 8, 2016
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A meditation on the plain and ordinary aspects of life finds virtue in the unspectacular – but also provides some formal dazzleGreyWhat is the nub of such a plain grey day?Does it have one? Does it have to have one?If small is beautiful, is grey, is...
From: The Guardian | By: Carol Rumens | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Much-loved store in the city’s Kala Ghoda district to close for good at the end of February with owners blaming online shopping for the decline in salesMumbai’s leafy Kala Ghoda district, a hub for art galleries and bohemian cafes, is set to lose...
From: The Guardian | By: Rebecca Bundhun | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Canines everywhere are down in the dump as their walks have been curtailed by fair-weather owners. So if you’re not up to the job, get a catIt’s been a tough year for some dogs. The weather has been so wet and ghastly, their owners just can’t bear...
From: The Guardian | By: Michele Hanson | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Thinktank’s ‘green budget’ says the chancellor may have to cut spending or raise taxes to meet targetGeorge Osborne could be forced to raise taxes or step up his cuts to public spending to hit his target of turning Britain’s budget deficit into...
From: The Guardian | By: Larry Elliott Economics editor | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Worries over the world economy have wiped another 2% off European stock markets this morning11am update: FTSE 100 down 110 points (-1.9%)European markets hit 16-month lowGlobal economy ‘on the brink’ as investor sentiment shrinks UK bosses are more...
From: The Guardian | By: Graeme Wearden | Monday, February 8, 2016
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‘Free at the point of use’ has had its day. Other European countries use alternative models without the poor suffering, so why can’t we?With no extra money available to resource a “seven-day health service” properly, the health secretary, Jeremy...
From: The Guardian | By: Christopher Smallwood | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Hearing over 1995 death of Cheryl James, 18, told that fatal shot may not have been self-inflictedNew scientific evidence has shown a teenage soldier found dead at an army barracks more than 20 years ago may not have killed herself, a court has heard.A...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Doctors and nurses urged to return to NHS from ‘rip-off’ agencies that are taking away money needed for patient treatmentLocum doctors and nurses are unfairly earning significantly more than their NHS counterparts by working for “rip-off agencies”,...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, February 8, 2016
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She was naked in Nymphomaniac and didn’t wash for The Survivalist. The model-turned-actress explains why she wants roles that go for gritMia Goth hasn’t showered for five weeks, she announces with delight. We’re in Belfast, uncomfortably cold on...
From: The Guardian | By: Alex Godfrey | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Public spending on health services reached £2,069 per person in the UK in 2014-15, but it does not benefit everyone to the same extent. Your annual cost to the NHS depends on your gender, age, and how frequently you use the health services Continue...
From: The Guardian | By: Delphine Robineau and Daan Louter | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Former bank boss says eliminating €500, $100, SFr1,000 and £50 notes would scrap a method of payment favoured by wrongdoersGovernments should consider scrapping high denomination banknotes such as the £50 note to combat financial crime and tax evasion,...
From: The Guardian | By: Sean Farrell | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Everyone over 18 should be screened for the condition, says a US task force. Meanwhile, UK officials say it should only be done for those at high risk. Who’s right?Everyone over the age of 18 should be screened for depression, says the US Preventive...
From: The Guardian | By: Luisa Dillner | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Rolling coverage of all the day’s political developments as they happen 9.29am GMT We had to start a new live blog for technical reasons so our apologies to those readers who had already commented on the first blog, which has now been redirected (minus...
From: The Guardian | By: Andrew Sparrow | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Chelsea fret over Kurt Zouma, while Spurs show their ferocity. Is Gylfi Sigurdsson the best set-piece specialist in the Premier League? And what will Arsenal have in store for Leicester?In the buildup to Manchester City’s first Pep-Prequel game there...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian sport | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Flood warnings in place along south coast of England as Storm Imogen batters Britain, causing major travel disruptionHelp us document the effects of the storm 9.19am GMT The bad weather is disrupting both sea and air travel.DFDS and P&O ferries between...
From: The Guardian | By: Nadia Khomami | Monday, February 8, 2016
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During the event making a rebellion against tyrannical lords who ruled the Italian town of Ivrea in the Middle Ages, revellers on floats represent tyrants’ guards, while those on foot the townsfolk. Instead of swords and cross bows, these days the...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian Staff | Monday, February 8, 2016
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New Zealand 246 (45.3 overs); Australia 191 (43.4 overs)Kiwis win series 2-1 as captain McCullum bids goodbye to one day cricketNew Zealand captain Brendon McCullum ended his one-day international career with a series victory over Australia on Monday...
From: The Guardian | By: Reuters | Monday, February 8, 2016
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England can gain confidence from a scrappy win over Scotland, Wales dominated but struggled to break Ireland down, and Italy really should have won at the Stade de FranceEddie Jones’s first victory as England head coach was notable for the bullocking...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian sport | Monday, February 8, 2016
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• ‘Why do the club have to deny it when you are creating stories’• ‘You are getting the sack tomorrow. What is your name?’Louis van Gaal came out fighting after being questioned about reports Manchester United could bring in José Mourinho...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Live updates from the final match of the series in HamiltonEmail: geoff.lemon@theguardian.com | Tweet: @GeoffLemonSport 4.27am GMT 45.3 overs: New Zealand 246 (Henry 0)Australia’s bowlers have done a fine job on a slightly sticky, slow pitch, making...
From: The Guardian | By: Geoff Lemon and Jonathan Howcroft | Monday, February 8, 2016
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British singer achieved the feat for the full year even though she did not release the album 25 until November Adele, who broke records with her song Hello and latest album 25, was officially the biggest-selling artist of 2015.The International Federation...
From: The Guardian | By: Agence France-Presse | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Super Bowl 50: Carolina Panthers 10-24 Denver BroncosBroncos quarterback Peyton Manning wins second Super BowlAs it happened: read DJ Gallo’s game reportBroncos’ outside linebacker Von Miller named Super Bowl MVPPeyton Manning did warn us that this...
From: The Guardian | By: Paolo Bandini at Levi's Stadium | Monday, February 8, 2016
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Exclusive: Large US firms such as Google and Amazon will be required to disclose tax bills in Europe under draft legislation from European commission US multinationals such as Google, Facebook and Amazon will be forced to publicly disclose their earnings...
From: The Guardian | By: Simon Marks and Ian Traynor | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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• Scotland 9-15 England• Bill Vunipola impresses in hard-fought Calcutta Cup victoryNormal service has been resumed in a variety of ways. England chugged their way to the kind of unsexy Calcutta Cup victory that has often been their trademark, Scotland...
From: The Guardian | By: Robert Kitson at Murrayfield | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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Best actor winner Idris Elba used speech to discuss Oscars diversity row, while host Simon Amstell joked it was ‘another great year for white men’ The Oscars race row made its presence felt at the Evening Standard film awards in London on Sunday...
From: The Guardian | By: Catherine Shoard | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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Email dj.gallo@theguardian.com with your thoughtsOr you can tweet him @DJGalloEtc Follow the ads, Beyonce and everything non-football hereCam Newton and Peyton Manning square off in California 10.29pm GMT And introducing your Official Game Coin (TM):...
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While scientists are making breakthroughs in understanding concussion and degenerative brain damage in sport, the fresh list of former NFL stars with CTE is a warming for other contact sportsWhen Ken Stabler led the Oakland Raiders to the Super Bowl...
From: The Guardian | By: Sean Ingle | Sunday, February 7, 2016
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