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Homeopathy treatment: what the science says
Staff making up the controversial homeopathic remedies
In Depth

Homeopathy treatment: what the science says

Head of NHS urges medical watchdog to blacklist the ‘fundamentally flawed’ treatments
28 Oct 2019
The Guardian to 'go tabloid' in cost-cutting measure
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In Brief

The Guardian to 'go tabloid' in cost-cutting measure

Falling circulation means paper's specialist Berliner presses have been 'underused' since being bought in 2005
12 Jun 2017
The Guardian job cuts 'worrying for journalism'
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In Brief

The Guardian job cuts 'worrying for journalism'

Editorial to lose 100 positions, while roles are also going at The Independent and The Times
18 Mar 2016
ELECTION 2015: 10 things we've just learned about Ed
Labour leader Ed Miliband
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ELECTION 2015: 10 things we've just learned about Ed

Labour leader talked to The Guardian about snooker, Larry David and why ‘decency’ is not a weakness
9 Mar 2015
SPY CABLES: Five things the leak has revealed
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In Depth

SPY CABLES: Five things the leak has revealed

Leaked documents from Al Jazeera reveal unprecedented look into the world of international espionage
24 Feb 2015
Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?
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In Depth

Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?

News algorithms that allow you to hear only the news you want to hear carry profound disadvantages
17 Oct 2014
HOLLYWOOD: Michael Douglas' oral sex cancer claim
Michael Douglas
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HOLLYWOOD: Michael Douglas' oral sex cancer claim

But actor's claim that more oral sex is the 'best cure' for his throat cancer raises eyebrows
3 Jun 2013

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Maracana fiasco raises Brazil World Cup and Olympic fears
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Maracana fiasco raises Brazil World Cup and Olympic fears

England friendly match in Rio suspended by judge over stadium safety concerns but then reinstated
31 May 2013
Oxford grooming gang raped and beat girls as young as 11
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In Depth

Oxford grooming gang raped and beat girls as young as 11

Social services and police apologise for failings as depraved abuse of vulnerable children is revealed
15 May 2013
Downton Abbey casts Gary Carr as first black character
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Downton Abbey casts Gary Carr as first black character

Hit ITV period drama criticised for lack of diversity is no longer 'the whitest show on earth'
2 May 2013
H7N9 bird flu outbreak could pose 'serious risk' says WHO
A woman wears a face mask as she walks past a poster showing how to avoid the H7N9 avian influenza virus, by a road in Beijing on April 24, 2013. International experts probing China's H7N9 bi
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H7N9 bird flu outbreak could pose 'serious risk' says WHO

New strain of disease has already killed 24 people in China and is mutating rapidly
2 May 2013
EUROPE: PM's referendum guarantee
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EUROPE: PM's referendum guarantee

UKIP's surge prompts embattled PM to harden EU referendum promise by 'enshrining it in law'
2 May 2013
Real Madrid can call on history against Borussia Dortmund
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In Review

Real Madrid can call on history against Borussia Dortmund

Jose Mourinho says tonight's mission impossible is Madrid's biggest match for ten years
30 Apr 2013
IRAQ WAR: Gen Petraeus and the US toture units
WASHINGTON - APRIL 28: President Barack Obama (L) listens while his nominee for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Army Gen. David Petraeus, speaks in the East Room of the Whi
In Depth

IRAQ WAR: Gen Petraeus and the US toture units

James Steele, veteran of US dirty wars in South America, also implicated in treatment of Sunnis
7 Mar 2013
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 18 Oct 2012
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 18 Oct 2012

18 Oct 2012
Guardian's Grace Dent turns tables on 'idiotic' online troll
Twitter school
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Guardian's Grace Dent turns tables on 'idiotic' online troll

Critic hits back after employee of PR firm she works with sends trash tweet during TV appearance
16 Apr 2012
Met lightens up – but was Guardian partly to blame?
Guardian offices
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Met lightens up – but was Guardian partly to blame?

Talking Point: The Met’s Official Secrets Act threat was ill-advised, but was the Guardian asking for trouble?
21 Sep 2011
Legal battle looms over Met attack on
Guardian offices
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Legal battle looms over Met attack on

Police action is an abuse of the Official Secrets Act and the Human Rights Act, say editors and lawyers
18 Sep 2011
Twitter claims new scalp as Trafigura backs
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Twitter claims new scalp as Trafigura backs

Stephen Fry and friends helped to destroy the injunction against the Guardian
13 Oct 2009
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