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‘I thought – who will remember me?’: the man who fathered 200 children

‘I thought – who will remember me?’: the man who fathered 200 children

Worried he’d never have a family, Louis became a prolific sperm donor, hoping that his children would one day track him down. And then they didLouis used to cycle to the sperm bank, his deposit in a
Uncertainty grips gay people in Taiwan as same-sex marriage goes to the vote

Uncertainty grips gay people in Taiwan as same-sex marriage goes to the vote

A landmark court ruling left Taiwan set to become the first Asian nation to legalise gay marriage. But a national referendum driven by opponents of change could limit changeThe news in May 2017 that
London schools tackle pollution with face masks and air purifiers

London schools tackle pollution with face masks and air purifiers

Schools introduce walk-to-school initiatives and stock up on asthma medicineSchools across the UK are taking ever more drastic steps in an effort to mitigate the effects of air pollution on their
Manchester City fans’ defence of UAE shows sportswashing in action | Barney Ronay

Manchester City fans’ defence of UAE shows sportswashing in action | Barney Ronay

Tribal loyalty has been taken too far when supporters pontificate on an area that has nothing to do with football as if they are debating an offside decisionIt seems an odd detail now but the first
Christmas at the Eden Project – in pictures

Christmas at the Eden Project – in pictures

The Eden Project in Cornwall has been making final preparations to its Christmas display, which opens to the public on Saturday 24 November Continue reading...
Russia poses greater threat than Isis, new British army chief warns

Russia poses greater threat than Isis, new British army chief warns

General Mark Carleton-Smith says UK cannot be complacent about threat Russia poses ‘or leave it uncontested’ Russia “indisputably” poses a far greater threat to national security than Islamic
Pro-Brexit adviser admits UK would be better off staying in EU

Pro-Brexit adviser admits UK would be better off staying in EU

Shanker Singham is ‘frustrated’ by PM’s failure to pursue an independent trade policyThe man relied on by Brexit supporters to underpin the economic arguments for leaving the EU has said the UK would
Rise in gambling ad spend fuels fears over impact on children

Rise in gambling ad spend fuels fears over impact on children

Betting firms spent £1.5bn on marketing last year while U-18 problem-gambling increased The gambling industry’s spending on marketing surged to £1.5bn last year, prompting renewed warnings about the
The Guardian big picture: № 1 Damse Vaart canal, 2018

The Guardian big picture: № 1 Damse Vaart canal, 2018

The first in our weekly series of exclusive Guardian print sales. This week is the Damse Vaart canal in Bruges by our photographer Murdo MacLeodThe Damse Vaart is a canal in West Flanders that
Meet Denise Coates, the best paid woman in the world

Meet Denise Coates, the best paid woman in the world

She built Bet365 in a Portakabin in Stoke. Now she’s paid three times more than CEO of AppleIf Denise Coates’s record-breaking £265m pay packet was stacked up in new £50 notes it would form a tower
Police officer stabbed outside railway station in east London

Police officer stabbed outside railway station in east London

A man has been arrested after attacking the officer at Ilford stationA police officer has been stabbed outside a railway station in east London in an incident that a senior official has claimed is the
'She was like a second mother': the German woman who saved our Jewish family history

'She was like a second mother': the German woman who saved our Jewish family history

When my grandparents faced deportation to the death camps, they entrusted their beloved housekeeper with their life storyMy mother’s handwriting has always been challenging. I’m used to deciphering it
Give the Easter Islanders their statue back – it doesn’t belong in the British Museum | Simon Jenkins

Give the Easter Islanders their statue back – it doesn’t belong in the British Museum | Simon Jenkins

If the spiritual importance of the artefact matters to its owners, why deny them? This is a political issue, not an aesthetic oneBe prepared. The great museums of Europe are about to see an invasion
The Hell of Good Intentions review: the decline of US foreign policy

The Hell of Good Intentions review: the decline of US foreign policy

Stephen Walt thinks the mistakes of Iraq and Afghanistan mean Nixonian ‘offshore balancing’ is the best foreign policyThe cold war ended but history marches on. Iraq didn’t work out, the Taliban is
If Trump is cornered, the judges he disdains may finally bring him down | Walter Shapiro

If Trump is cornered, the judges he disdains may finally bring him down | Walter Shapiro

The president thinks justice only matters as it affects him. As his defenders fall away, he may find this all too painfully trueA rational president, who had just bludgeoned Brett Kavanaugh onto the
Brazil records worst annual deforestation for a decade

Brazil records worst annual deforestation for a decade

Nearly 8,000sq kms lost in the year to July amid alarm new president Jair Bolsonaro will make situation worseBrazil has released its worst annual deforestation figures in a decade amid fears that the
Victorian state election 2018: Daniel Andrews says voters 'rejected fear' after Liberal wipeout – live

Victorian state election 2018: Daniel Andrews says voters 'rejected fear' after Liberal wipeout – live

Opposition leader Matthew Guy says he has offered Daniel Andrews sincere congratulations. Follow all the news, results and analysis, live• Gay Alcorn: Labor is far from perfect but Libs’ crime scare
Trump denies report he is unhappy with treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin

Trump denies report he is unhappy with treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin

President reportedly concerned about stock market volatility and rising interest ratesUS president Donald Trump has said he is quite happy with Steven Mnuchin’s performance despite reports he was
Mexico: Tijuana declares humanitarian crisis over migrant caravan

Mexico: Tijuana declares humanitarian crisis over migrant caravan

Trump administration has lambasted the caravan, saying it is filled with criminals, gang members and possibly terroristsThe mayor of Tijuana has declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city and
‘Married man’ Justin Bieber says he wants to be more like Jesus

‘Married man’ Justin Bieber says he wants to be more like Jesus

‘First thanksgiving as a married man, first time hosting thanksgiving,’ Bieber says Justin Bieber marked his first Thanksgiving as a married man, saying that “love isn’t always easy” but adding he was