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210802 Lightening Splits Tree
Meet the pioneer of Abstract Expressionism who rubbed shoulders with Jackson Pollock and Clement Greenberg
Profits and pandemics: how industry is showing its social conscienceWhen people think of a sustainable business they’re often thinking of its environmental impact. But as Covid-19 has shown, companies are capable of much more Funding from Henkel has enabled Raise, a charity, to provide iPads to isolated Covid-19 patients so that they can keep in touch with family and friends. Photograph: Luis Alvarez/Getty Images
The future of packaging: can a shift in product design end the plastic waste crisis?. More than 8m tonnes of plastic end up in oceans every year, so building a system that moves away from our ‘take, make, waste’ economy is crucial. We look at the possible iterations of a shower gel bottle to explore how a new economic model could be achieved
Pep Guardiola praises 'incredible' Man City players as he delights in Champions League win
Hundreds of new jobs will created at the site in Northamptonshire.
Employers are spying on Americans at home with ‘tattleware’. It’s time to track them insteadDelivery drivers and warehouse workers are already monitored relentlessly. Now white-collar employees are getting a taste of surveillance capitalism ‘Studies on work-from-home programs tend to show that people are actually more productive, but employers are still terrified that their time is being wasted. Little concern, of course, is displayed when employers waste their employees’ time.’ Photograph: Alam
This is the moment a boy who sparked a global postcard campaign over his lost Peter Rabbit toy jumps and screams with joy - after his family placed a replacement on the doorstep and pretended he's come back from holiday. Ethan Mccann, six, was gutted when the teddy, dressed in a tiny replica of David Beckham's kit from the 1998 World Cup, went missing on a bus ride. Grandma Rosalyn Ainsworth then proceeded to post dozens of messages across social media in the hope of finding Peter. And Ethan rec
A U.S.-backed Uyghur photo exhibit of dozens of people who are missing or alleged to be held in Chinese-run camps in Xinjiang, China opened in Switzerland on Thursday amid high tensions over human rights between Beijing and Washington. The "Wall of the Disappeared" which also features interviews with camp survivors about alleged forced sterilisation stands outside the United Nations in Geneva where a month-long session of the Human Rights Council opened this week. "It was important for us to bring faces to represent the statistics," said Zumretay Arkin whose uncle is featured in the exhibit.
Morecambe site aims to ‘reimagine the British seaside resort for the 21st century’
The city of Paris is unveiling a monumental artwork built around an actual monument: the Arc de Triomphe completely wrapped in silver and blue fabric
Minister was mocked online for listing ‘Derry Girls’ among his examples of ‘clearly British’ shows
The designer says she still sometimes feels like a ‘broken, damaged person’
Diplomacy dialled up to 11: Australia saddles up with US as Indo-Pacific heads for cold warAustralia didn’t announce the ‘forever partnership’ while Donald Trump was in the White House. What happens if he returns?Get our free news app; get our morning email briefing Australian prime minister Scott Morrison during a remote press conference with Joe Biden and Boris Johnson to announce their trilateral defence pact. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
The then 19-year-old, from Derby, was handed a suspended four-month jail term last year.
‘It’s very subtle and it’s very echoed’
The first coronavirus booster vaccines have been administered in England as frontline health workers receive their doses in time for winter.
The musician’s tour dates will commence in 2022 in the US and go through to summer 2023.
Defence secretary denies return to Cold War days - but points directly to Beijing’s provocation
The news comes after lawyers argued over whether Prince Andrew had been properly served notice of the case in a pre-trial hearing on Monday.
‘I turned around and walked out. I said, ‘You guys can have it. Good luck.’ The joint was empty’