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Headache for Angela Merkel as German president Joachim Gauck quits

Former East German civil rights activist to retire from office, despite appeals across political spectrum for him to stayGermany’s president, Joachim Gauck, has announced he will not stand for a second term in office, p... 1172 days ago


Panto in spandex! DC Comics mashes up Batman and The Avengers

Used to writing darker outings for the caped crusader, writer Ian Edginton talks about the fun he’s been having ‘playing with other people’s toys’“It has been one of the best, fun jobs that I have ever done,” says Ian E... 1172 days ago


John Cale review – the Velvets' epic sound electrifies the Welsh valleys

St David’s Hall, CardiffThe relentlessly innovative Velvet Underground star launched Cardiff’s Festival of Voice with the help of a choir, chamber orchestra and Charlotte ChurchFor Wales to launch its Festival of Voice ... 1172 days ago


Chris Evans slams Top Gear’s critics as catch-up viewing lifts ratings

BBC presenter accuses his detractors of ‘living in the past’ after audience for series opener rises to more than 6 millionChris Evans has hit out at Top Gear’s critics after catch-up viewing pushed the ratings figures f... 1172 days ago


Is fat-shaming male celebrities a sign of gender equality?

The tabloids have targeted Hugh Grant and Johnny Depp for the crime of ageing. This isn’t quite the feminist dream realised … Plus, who on earth is Poppy Delevingne?We all know it’s bad to fat-shame women. But I’ve seen... 1172 days ago


Why should we not be allowed to choose when we die? | Peter Thompson

In our otherwise secular state, religious-based taboos still hold sway when it comes to assisted dying. A change in the law is long overdueMoribundus sum was Martin Heidegger’s description of the human species. He turne... 1172 days ago


The Louvre's closure proves art cannot survive climate change

The flooding in Paris is a stark warning of the danger posed by climate change to everything human civilisation has achieved – no matter how priceless Related: Strikes, floods, protests and sense of betrayal pile on mis... 1172 days ago


Is the European Union demanding even more of our money?

Boris Johnson says British taxpayers face a ‘triple whammy of woe’ if the UK remains in the EU. How true is this claim?The European Union is “demanding even more of our money”, the leave campaign is claiming. According ... 1172 days ago


I wrote to him – address: 'Muhammad Ali, USA'. A month later, the great man replied

Muhammad Ali had the presence of Brando, Elvis and JFK combined, but he was also kind enough to respond to a besotted 14-year-old fan 3,000 miles awayBy Paul Gibson for The Balls of Wrath, part of the Guardian Sport Net... 1172 days ago


Labour seeks further concessions on snooper's charter

Shadow cabinet to decide on Tuesday whether to back Theresa May’s investigatory powers billLabour has told the home secretary, Theresa May, that she will have to make further concessions over her snooper’s charter if th... 1172 days ago


Pro-EU MPs could stage guerrilla campaign to reverse Brexit decision

MPs could initiate ‘reverse Maastricht’ to minimise number of EU laws the UK pulls out of, or push for a second referendumPro-European MPs and some government sources believe it may be possible to use the Commons to mou... 1172 days ago


BHS is going. But the old-fashioned pleasures of department stores remain | Lindsay Mackie

The loss of BHS, founded in 1928, is a reminder of an era when shopping could be social, local and fun. In shops such as Boswells and Selbys, it still isIt’s the beginning of the end for 163 BHS stores, which have been ... 1172 days ago


Why money more than talent is now key to fashion education

Cuts to hardship funds mean only rich students can afford courses, so stifling creativity, says British Fashion CouncilWith Graduate Fashion Week upon us, the industry is taking a long, hard look at the economic reality... 1172 days ago


Why is Facebook trying to force you to use its Messenger app?

Soon Facebook’s smartphone users will have to install its separate app to chat, as social network phases out mobile web version. But what’s in it for Zuckerberg and co?Facebook is forcing users of its mobile site to ins... 1172 days ago


County cricket talking points: Yorkshire catch Lancashire and Surrey struggle

Six observations from the week’s county cricket action, including praise for Gloucestershire, Sam Robson, Kumar Sangakkara and Toby Roland-JonesBy Gary Naylor for the 99.94 Cricket Blog, part of the Guardian Sport Netwo... 1172 days ago


101-year-old man in court to face historical child abuse charges

Ralph Clarke, believed to be Britain’s oldest defendant, pleaded not guilty to 31 charges at Birmingham crown courtA 101-year-old man thought to be the oldest defendant in British legal history has denied committing a s... 1172 days ago


Why do smart people do stupid things? It’s simple | Andre Spicer

Thinking is hard work and asking tough questions can make you unpopular. So it’s no wonder that even clever people don’t always use their brainsWe all know smart people who do stupid things. At work we see people with b... 1172 days ago


Ecstasy victim's mother makes appeal to find supplier

Michelle Shevlin says death of her 22-year-old daughter Stephanie in Crewe at the weekend was soul-destroyingThe mother of a woman who died after taking ecstasy at a nightclub rave has made an emotional appeal to find o... 1172 days ago


It’s the Sids 2016! The complete review of the 2015-16 La Liga season

From British managers’ struggles to heaps of silverware for Spanish clubs, via stunning goals from Iñaki Williams and Neymar, thrillers in Sevilla and plenty of name calling, it’s time for the annual end-of-season La Li... 1172 days ago


Cody Wilson: the man who wants Americans to print their own 3D guns

The 28-year-old is the face of open-source 3D gun design, an online movement advocating homemade weapons – ones that can shoot very real, deadly bulletsCody Wilson doesn’t look dangerous. There’s a slight gap between hi... 1172 days ago


Milos Raonic: ‘Pete Sampras was my idol and I’d love to win Wimbledon’

World No9 will be preparing for SW19 at Queen’s and is keen to improve on his 2014 best of a run to the Wimbledon semi-finalOn another sunny Monday afternoon in Monaco the bluntly-named Beefbar tinkles with the clink of... 1173 days ago


David Cameron: leave vote would be economic 'bomb' for UK

PM appears alongside Harriet Harman, Natalie Bennett and Tim Farron warning Brexit would be self-inflicted economic explosionLeaving the EU would detonate a bomb under the British economy, David Cameron has said as he j... 1173 days ago


The Taming of the Shrew review – a lovable take on a dislik​able play

Shakespeare’s Globe, LondonAoife Duffin is an electrifying Kate in Caroline Byrne’s splendid Irish version, which injects touches of Yeats, Wilde and Beckett Shakespeare’s comedy of Petruchio’s plot to woo the unmarriag... 1173 days ago


Jordan says intelligence officers killed in refugee camp attack

Government says five dead in attack on intelligence services office at Baqa’a camp near AmmanFive people have been killed in an attack on an office of Jordan’s intelligence services at a refugee camp near the capital, A... 1173 days ago

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