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Bishop apologises to Ariana Grande for conduct at Aretha Franklin's funeral

Bishop apologises to Ariana Grande for conduct at Aretha Franklin's funeral

Bishop Charles H Ellis III’s hug of the singer, and a joke about her name, was interpreted by some as crossing a lineAriana Grande has received an apology from the bishop who led Aretha Franklin’s
Sadiq Khan balloon takes flight in London

Sadiq Khan balloon takes flight in London

Inflatable makes debut in protest against crime and in response to ‘Baby Trump’A giant balloon depicting London mayor Sadiq Khan scowling in a bikini has taken flight over Parliament Square in
Russian airport worker dies and 18 injured after plane careers off runway

Russian airport worker dies and 18 injured after plane careers off runway

Passenger plane travelling from Moscow catches fire after attempted landing at SochiA supervisor at Sochi airport in Russia has died during an emergency response after a landing plane careered off the
Celebrity Big Brother: actor leaves house after claiming punch by Ryan Thomas

Celebrity Big Brother: actor leaves house after claiming punch by Ryan Thomas

Roxanne Pallett said Thomas ‘punched me like a boxer would punch a bag’The former soap actor Roxanne Pallett has become the second contestant to leave the Celebrity Big Brother house without being
Salisbury novichok emergency vehicles buried in landfill site

Salisbury novichok emergency vehicles buried in landfill site

Secure burials pose ‘absolutely no risk to the public’ according to DefraSome emergency service vehicles used in the response to novichok poisonings in Wiltshire have been buried in a landfill
Eight people injured after Germany oil refinery explosion

Eight people injured after Germany oil refinery explosion

Almost 2,000 people living close to Bayernoil refinery near Ingolstadt evacuated as firefighters tackle blazeEight people have been injured in a blaze at an oil refinery in Bavaria, and another 1,800
The daughter Steve Jobs denied: ‘Clearly I was not compelling enough for my father'

The daughter Steve Jobs denied: ‘Clearly I was not compelling enough for my father'

Lisa Brennan-Jobs talks about how she learned to love the co-founder of Apple, who claimed for years she wasn’t his child• ‘He called me Small Fry’: scroll down for an extract from Brennan-Jobs’s
Joe Arpaio, Arizona's maverick former sheriff, faces end of political road

Joe Arpaio, Arizona's maverick former sheriff, faces end of political road

The 86-year-old hardliner had much in common with Trump, who pardoned him, but trailed in third in the Senate primaryJoe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa county, liked to say he had never lost a
Meeting Jacinda Ardern: 'She makes the extraordinary seem ordinary'

Meeting Jacinda Ardern: 'She makes the extraordinary seem ordinary'

New Zealand reporter Eleanor Ainge Roy describes meeting her country’s prime minister, and why a leader’s pregnancy has had such a profound impactThe last time I interviewed Jacinda Ardern, she was in
The limits of reason: Philip Pullman on why we believe in magic

The limits of reason: Philip Pullman on why we believe in magic

The world of magic defies rational explanation, but beware dismissing it as nonsense. Like religious experience and poetry, it is a crucial aspect of being human, writes the Dark Materials authorA new

Scallop wars show British seas exposed after Brexit – Lord West

Former first sea lord and Labour peer says UK has ‘insufficient ships’ to patrol its watersA former chief of the naval staff has said the UK has “insufficient ships” to patrol its waters after clashes
First ever trials on the effects of microdosing LSD set to begin

First ever trials on the effects of microdosing LSD set to begin

In Silicon Valley they say taking tiny amounts of the hallucinogenic drug increases creativity and productivity, but is it all in the mind?• ‘It lifted me out of depression’: is microdosing good for
'Nanny state': Bill Shorten pokes fun at Peter Dutton over au pair controversy

'Nanny state': Bill Shorten pokes fun at Peter Dutton over au pair controversy

Malcolm Turnbull’s son urges voters to donate to the campaign of Labor candidate in Wentworth byelectionBill Shorten turned to mockery on Saturday as he attacked Peter Dutton over the au pair scandal,
Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

Crisis raising questions about party’s position on equality, says former Labour minister A former defence minister who chairs Labour’s Jewish affiliate has said the party will lose its chance to form
The Swedish 15-year-old who's cutting class to fight the climate crisis

The Swedish 15-year-old who's cutting class to fight the climate crisis

Following Sweden’s hottest summer ever, Greta Thunberg decided to go on school strike at the parliament to get politicians to actWhy bother to learn anything in school if politicians won’t pay
UK tax avoiders face being blocked from honours list

UK tax avoiders face being blocked from honours list

Vetting process to minimise risk from candidates who may ‘bring system into disrepute’Tax avoiders face being shunned for honours such as knighthoods as authorities clamp down on rewarding those with
The Rohingya crisis, a year on: four generations of one family on life in limbo

The Rohingya crisis, a year on: four generations of one family on life in limbo

Nur Begum, 70, and 13 of her relatives are among the million Rohingya sheltering in the world’s largest refugee camp in BangladeshZaheda is worrying about her daughters. At 20 and 18, respectively,
US ready to boost arms supplies to Ukraine naval and air forces, envoy says

US ready to boost arms supplies to Ukraine naval and air forces, envoy says

Exclusive: Former ambassador to Nato Kurt Volker tells the Guardian US and Russia still divided on how to deploy UN peacekeepers to end four-year warWashington is ready to expand arms supplies to
Brazilian court bars Lula from presidential election

Brazilian court bars Lula from presidential election

Lawyers for jailed but hugely popular ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will appeal verdict to supreme courtBrazil’s top electoral court has ruled that jailed former president Luiz Inácio Lula da
Cartoon row sought to rile Dutch Muslims, but found only dignity

Cartoon row sought to rile Dutch Muslims, but found only dignity

Geert Wilder’s fearmongering in the Netherlands failed against a greater sense of humanityLike many Pakistani Muslims living in the Netherlands, Usman Firdausi was disturbed when the far-right Dutch