Boris Johnson’s early days as mayor: ‘It was total, total chaos’

After rapidly losing three advisers, the ship was eventually steady-going predominantly thanks to those around him Boris Johnson had been mayor of London for 115 periods when the rest of the world got its firstly peek of the quirky attractiveness…

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Hair discrimination is intertwined with racism. Let’s follow California, and ban it | Micha Frazer-Carroll

At school and at work, black people are routinely castigated for their haircuts, says Micha Frazer-Carroll, opinions writer at gal-dem.com As the pendants, in every appearance, size and colour, rattled on to the wooden school desk, my deputy headteacher lastly…

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Russians spread fake plot to assassinate Boris Johnson on social media

Suspected spy operation was designed to provoke tension in the west, says new study Suspected Russian sees swam a series of fake tales on social media including specific claims that Remainers were planning to kill Boris Johnson and that the…

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Facebook usage has collapsed since scandals, data shows

Companys own upbeat representations shed into skepticism by business analytics house Mixpanel Facebook practice has plummeted during the past year, even as the company continues to insist that its use has bided stable or even grown in the same period,…

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‘A bleak prospect’: why legal weed in Britain may be a pipe dream

While public interest is growing, professionals say a mixture of political and social influences is holding back change The legalization of cannabis in the US presents no mansions of slowing down- but the prospect of a dark-green rush in the…

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London bus attack: fifth arrest after homophobic assault

Couple say they will not be frightened into disguising their virility after the attack A fifth detention has been reached in connection with the homophobic criticize of a couple on a London bus. Melania Geymonat and her girlfriend, Chris, had…

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Our glorious past is what we remember. The brutality behind it weve forgotten | Gary Younge

We have wilful amnesia about the reprehensible events of our recent history, says Guardian editor Gary Younge Immediately after the second world war, German people were required to watch programmes about the frights of the internment camp before they could…

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Most of us feel sleepy in the afternoon. Why cant work fit round that? | Andre Spicer

Now a third of Britons are sleep-deprived, creation should be more flexible, says Andr Spicer, professor of organisational behaviour at the Cass Business School In the early afternoon, I often catch myself listlessly staring into the computer screen. I have…

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‘It’s not about Trump’: mixed emotions in Portsmouth over president’s D-day visit

Police gearing up for demonstrates as frights flourish trip will detract from ex-servicemen on 75 th anniversary Over the decades, the city of Portsmouth has hosted D-day anniversary events with honour and sensitivity. Its citizens have fond memories of gratify…

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Moby cancels book tour after Natalie Portman denies that they dated

Musician apologises to Portman and his devotees for impertinent attitude and cocky posts Moby has cancelled all of his upcoming public illusions after he was criticised for claiming to have dated Natalie Portman, which she denied. A book tour by…

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