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18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Obama insists...
18/09/2014: NEWS: TV faux pas
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Inflation haunts ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: Putting P...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Briton’s US aid ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: Councils ...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Oligarch arrest f...
18/09/2014: OBITUARIES: Bob Crewe
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: Ballet Boyz
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: Carter Tu...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: Home Swee...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: New inquest into 1...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: More onli...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Cardinals opp...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Murder of woman wa...
18/09/2014: NEWS: Europe Yes vote would ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / OPINION: We must c...
18/09/2014: OBITUARIES: Bill Smithies...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: Wheeldon...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: Apple bit...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: China’s Ice...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Fears over effect ...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Anger at payout f...
18/09/2014: NEWS: #indyref
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Military rule...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: ‘Pure theatre an...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: 3.6%
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: Merging h...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Excessive risk ta...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / THE LONG READ: Gil...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: A feather in ...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: 43m
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Potted profile...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: M&S to open 15 st...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Study suggests art...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: JD Sports plans o...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Sell-by labels may...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Sharpening ta...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Mail Online’s a...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: 25%
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Face to face...
18/09/2014: OBITUARIES: Other lives...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: British hostage’...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Executives pay £2...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: Viv Groskop
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: September is provi...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Phones 4u buyers ...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Oh! I do like to ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: The UK wi...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: War images ai...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Keep rates low, s...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Chailly’s Brahms...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Signs of TB i...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: Michael G...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Obesity could bank...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Disappointing sma...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: End of student cap...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: $ 200m
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: De Beers predicts...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: During decade...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Freak lot...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Gucci takes dressi...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Thai murder detect...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: The avuncular anarc...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: The Guardian view...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Lenders spark pri...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / OPINION: No peace ...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Drugs mix-up ...
18/09/2014: FINANCIAL: Game Britain...
18/09/2014: INTERNATIONAL: Saudis issue ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / OPINION: Clooney, ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: Barney Ronay
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / OPINION: Today Sco...
18/09/2014: NATIONAL: Model role
18/09/2014: OBITUARIES: Birthdays
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / OPINION: Another w...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / REVIEWS: The Wolf ...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL: Steve Richards...
18/09/2014: JOURNAL / LETTERS: Correctio...
18/09/2014: NEWS: Engagement, persuasion...

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS (LAST 60)
Dark Souls 2 DLC - Crown of the Ivory Ki...
Tales of Zestiria puts the “Zest” Ba...
Dance Central Spotlight Review
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Isn’t your Typ...
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive meets G...
GS News - Sony Braces For $2.1bn Loss; H...
Kirby Costume Montage - Super Smash Bros...
Diving Back Into Halo 2, 10 Years Later...
Top Tips On Photographing Your Cat...
Polaroid Socialmatic Hands-On Preview...
Samyang 50mm f/1.4 AS UMC Full-frame Len...
Samyang 12mm f/2.8 Full-Frame Fish-Eye L...
The Gist - 3 Great Kickstarter Games Tha...
Four Guys on a Couch Playing Paperbound ...
Relonch Camera For iPhone Announced At P...
Voigtlander 15mm, 35mm, 40mm Lenses Anno...
NBA 2K15 - The Beard Guru featuring Jame...
Rising Star Games Show off TRI and Kroma...
Destiny Legendary and Glimmer Farming Sp...
FIFA 15 - Ultimate Team Trailer
NHL 2K - One-Finger Control Mode
Tokina 11-20mm f/2.8 And 24-70mm f/2.8 L...
Epson Perfection Flatbed Film And Photo ...
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 300mm f/4 PRO Le...
NHL2K - One-Finger Control Mode
Nikon Exhibiting Remote Camera System At...
Alien: Isolations Survival Mode is Beyon...
Hyrule Warriors Review
Sniper and Shotgun Gameplay - Halo: The ...
Nikon European Film Festival
MindShift Gear Rotation180 Travel Away A...
Think Tank Photo Announce 3 New Products...
Fujifilm Announce Student Awards 2014 Wi...
Guardians Victorious in Destinys First R...
The Evi Within - TGS 2014 Gameplay Trail...
Photokina Roundup 2014
Samsung Announces First 28 Megapixel APS...
Lowepro Announce New Bag Ranges At Photo...
Pentax K-Mount Lens Roadmap And K-3 Gunm...
Tamron SP 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD Hands-...
The Last Tinker: City of Colors Review...
Four Player Gauntlet - The Lobby
GS News - New Call Of Duty Called ‘Tit...
D810 Used To Film Lucas Gilman Timelapse...
Architectural Night Photography Tips...
Photographing Dew Drops With Nikon Kit...
Pentax Outdoor Cameras
Abstract Photography Tips
Shoot Waterfalls With The Tamron 70-200m...
Tamron 150-600mm Lens At The Zoo
Lichdom: Battlemage Review
Get Assassins Creed Unity PS4/Xbox One C...
Capturing Monsters With Monsters in Skyl...
Games Are "Far More Powerful" Than Movie...
Xbox One Exclusive Scalebound Is Unlike ...
Rust Creator on Minecraft Sale: "Id Have...
Borderlands Multiplayer Returns on PC Fo...


Opinion The bravura of Gordon Brown Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

Frankie Avalon, singer and actor, 74; the Rt Rev Paul Butler, bishop of Durham, 59; Siobhan Davies, dancer and choreographer, 64; Tara Fitzgerald, actor, 47; Robin Fleming, banker, 82; Darren Gough, cricketer, 44; Prof Helena Hamerow, professor of... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

When the journalist Bill Smithies, who has died aged 74 of lung cancer, took up his first professional post in Liverpool in 1962, he was already a newspaper proprietor. In his final year as a mathematics student at Manchester University, he had edited... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

My mother, Jean Charnley (nee Christison), who has died aged 92, was one of many women for whom the second world war represented a door to freedom and travel – opportunities which, as a miner’s daughter in the 1930s, would otherwise have been... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Michael Billington on Maxine Peake’s Hamlet “Peake’s fine performance confirms her capacity for emotional directness and fierce honesty” Royal Exchange, Manchester Mark Beaumont on Rae Morris “Airing her collaborations with Fryars and Clean Bandit,... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

For a while in the hectic mid-1960s, the Four Seasons and the Beach Boys, respectively the champions of America’s east and west coasts, were all that seemed to stand between the Beatles and the wholesale capitulation of the US pop music industry. For... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Even before it started, this concert promised something different. First, the programme note looked like an Ikea booklet, showing the means of construction of the piece and its components (six lengths of 2x4, 12 percussion mallets, six pairs of hands,... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Making her stage debut at 81, Florence Remmer, a former mill worker from Bradford, is not afraid of sharing her story. “I’ve got divorced, discovered internet dating and now I’m having the hottest sex of my life,” she declares. If this community show... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
In the Royal Court’s new season, we are promised a series of “plays about revolution”. I can only hope they offer more substance than Rory Mullarkey’s weird piece, which treats a serious subject like a black comedy. There is the sense of a genuine... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

An almighty industrial thump chomps through air thick with sweat. The sound of robotic foxes rutting at night with an oscillating wobble board. Cars skid, horns scratch and guitars squawk along to heavy thuds. Low groans fills what space is left. This... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

It’s been five years since William Trevitt and Michael Nunn, the original BalletBoyz, created their secondgeneration company The Talent, and in that time they’ve built up their progeny’s identity with some remarkable commissions. For this new mixed... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
The Apple iPhone is indeed a thing of surpassing beauty packed with wondrous applications (Apple haters look away, 17 September). Unfortunately, it fails at its primary objective of being a clearly audible mobile phone. Users will be surprised to hear... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

Barely a month into the latest American bombing campaign in Iraq, and they’re already talking escalation. Last week Barack Obama promised that his plans to destroy the so-called Islamic State (Isis) would “not involve American combat troops”. This week... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

George Clooney is to “star” in Downton Abbey. Mr Charisma, King Celebrity himself, will play the role of an American guest at a wedding at the country estate, alongside Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary) and Hugh Bonneville (the Earl of Grantham). The... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
London’s housing crisis is deepening by the day (Report, 17 September). Average house prices now stand at £500,000. Private rents are double the national average. Council housing is being depleted as a third of all right-to-buy sales are in London. Yet... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
I read Colin Callender’s letter in defence of BBC drama (13 September) and could not but agree in theory. However, why do they not show it on British TV? As a recent arrival from Australia, I had such high hopes of British TV. We received many... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
It was the Labour leader Ed Miliband who joined a party of Labour MPs, candidates, councillors and activists on the referendum campaign trail in Glasgow last week, not his brother David Miliband. An editing error led us to confuse the two in early... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
The hell of mindfulness Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Clooney’s Downton debut Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Reviews Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
is the author of Ghosts of Spain: Travels through a Country’s Hidden Past, and Catherine of Aragon. Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
In the coming hours, a hush will descend on Scotland. After these fi nal weeks of loud, full-throated argument, the culmination of a two-year campaign, there comes the special quiet of the polling booth. In silence, millions of voters in Scotland will... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
President Barack Obama’s decision to despatch a force with a strong military component to contain the Ebola epidemic in Liberia is to be welcomed. This is one of those cases where American boots on the ground will be an unalloyed good. Ebola in Liberia... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

So far this week I have received three unsolicited press releases from PR companies on the subject of mindfulness. Beyond the obvious confirmation that few things are as likely to induce a state of umbrellagnawing tension as being reminded repeatedly... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Thursday’s vote is a historic moment, not just for Scotland but for England and Wales. Whatever the outcome, the Local Government Association Independent Group is supporting the call for a stronger voice for local people in England. On issues such as... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
With the financial position deteriorating fast and some key areas of quality reducing, the makings of a crisis in the NHS are almost set in stone (Report, 16 September). However, such a crisis is entirely avoidable. More money is needed, but money... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Up to 800 Phones 4u staff are to keep their jobs after Dixons Carphone received the all-clear to offer jobs to workers who had been operating mobile phone concessions in its PC World and Currys outlets. A further 4,200 jobs remain at risk after Phones... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
A £ 200,000 relocation allowance for a chief executive who moved less than 40 miles has prompted a row over boardroom pay and a shareholder rebellion. Mike Roberts, the boss of packaging and cardboard box firm DS Smith, was handed the relocation... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
The United Kingdom is a nation of gamers, a major British study has found, with smartphones enticing 70% of the country to play a computer game in the past six months. Based on interviews with 4,000 UK residents, the research asserts that women now... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Sony’s revised forecast for smartphone sales for the year, which was cut from 50m, and is only slightly more than last year’s 42m Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

The arrest of one of Russia’s richest men, whose empire spans oil production to the country’s largest mobile phone network, could send further shockwaves through an economy already reeling from western sanctions. Analysts said the moves against... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

A fresh mortgage price war has broken out, with a string of big lenders slashing their rates in recent days. Metro Bank, Halifax, Barclays, Nationwide Building Society, HSBC, Virgin Money, Skipton Building Society and Norwich and Peterborough Building... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Advertising revenues at the Daily Mail’s web operation increased by nearly 50% to £53m in the 11 months to the end of August, offsetting a further decline in print advertising at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday. Mail Online, which has 180 million... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)

Emo Mannise was just 16 when he met Uruguay’s current president, José Mujica. On a spring day in 1969, Mannise was at home alone with his sister, Beatriz, when the future president burst out of the lift outside their penthouse in Montevideo with a... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)
Marks & Spencer is moving into Scandinavia, with 15 stores planned across Finland and Norway under two new franchise deals. The retailer’s first Scandinavian outlet, a 3,000 sq metre (32,000 sq ft) clothing and food store, will open in Helsinki next... Read More

Source: The Guardian (2014-09-18 07:31:02)








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