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Give £200 to every child for catch-up lessons – Lib Dems. Ed Davey reveals £5bn ‘listen to parents’ scheme to spend on extra tuition
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday rejected France's accusations Canberra lied about plans to cancel a contract to buy French submarines, saying he had raised concerns over the deal "some months ago". Australia's decision to tear up a deal for the French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels sparked outrage in Paris, with President Emmanuel Macron recalling France's ambassadors to Canberra and Washington in an unprecedented move.Macron will have a call with US
A father cried out “is this really happening” after finding his three daughters dead at his new home in New Zealand days after being released from hotel quarantine, his neighbours have said. Orthopaedic surgeon Graham Dickason ‘wailed’ after finding two-year-old twins Karla and Maya and their older sister Liane, six, at their home in Timaru. Mr Dickason was confronted with the horror at 10pm on Thursday when he returned home after attending a work function at Timaru Hospital.
There was no fairytale finish for Fallon Sherock in the Nordic Masters. The ‘Queen of the Palace’, who famously became the first woman to win a main-draw match at the PDC World Championship, was beaten in the final by Michael van Gerwen 11-7 in Copenhagen on Saturday. Sherock’s already pioneering narrative added another memorable addition earlier in the day as she overcame deficits of 7-1 and 8-2 to beat world No 5 and former World Matchplay champion Dimitri Van den Bergh 11-10 in the semi-final.
‘Table for one? Yes, please’ – the joy of eating alone. More of us are cooking or eating solo – it’s time to break free from the stigma of dining alone
The Only Way is Essex star Pete Wicks is known for his string of romantic relationships, but is pushing back against this reputation.
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on boardView on euronews
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says France would have known Australia had “deep and grave concerns” that a submarine fleet the French were building would not meet Australia's needs
A friend leans in for a hug. Do I dive for cover, muttering ‘Covid’, or hug back?As we engage again in social situations, the new etiquette rules are bewildering Illustration by Dominic McKenzie. Illustration: Dominic McKenzie/The Observer
Cedella Marley: ‘The mission is to spread Daddy’s music to every corner of the Earth’As a new musical about the life of Bob Marley prepares to celebrate his spirit and classic songs, Marley’s daughter, plus the director and star of Get Up, Stand Up!, discuss his extraordinary legacy Cedella Marley photographed in Miami, Florida by Jeffrey Salter for the Observer. Photograph: Jeffery Salter/The Observer
The former champion said he had ‘done nothing wrong’
Julia Bradbury is set to undergo surgery to remove her left breast after revealing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Bradbury’s diagnosis followed a mammogram she booked in July on an annual recall, having last year found a lump which proved to be a cluster of benign micro-cysts. While the tumour was described as “sizeable”, doctors believe the cancer cells have not yet spread to the breast tissue, meaning she may not need chemotherapy.
Can Boris Johnson’s new faces help him deliver on old promises?. The Tory leader’s reshuffle was ruthless but the challenge is to create a post-Covid recovery and prove ‘levelling up’ and ‘global Britain’ aren’t mere slogans
‘Truth-telling has to happen’: the museum of America’s racist history. The Legacy Museum, opening in October, lands at a time when racial violence is again on the rise and critical race theory is being used to prevent America’s racist past being taught in schools
The week in TV: Help; The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill; Sex Education; Alma’s Not Normal. Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham bring huge heart to Jack Thorne’s Covid drama. Plus, the harrowing plight of Alexei Navalny, more explosive Sex Education, and Sophie Willan’s seriously funny autobiographical comedy
Caked crusaders: how The Great British Bake Off took over the world. It seems everyone wants a slice of Channel 4’s action, whether homemade or imported. But what exactly is the attraction?
A friend in need: volunteers rush to help refugees feel at home in UK. Up to 50 people a day are signing up to offer help to Afghans who fled the Taliban
Two men in their early 30s who were part of a mass migration wave to Europe in 2015 have hard-won advice for fellow Afghans arriving now after the Taliban's takeover of their homeland
Child poverty now costs Britain £38bn a year, says new independent report. Despite Conservative claims to have reduced childhood deprivation, the burden on taxpayers has soared over the past eight years
Britain’s broadcast media is too valuable to be the toy of politicians and moguls. Rupert Murdoch launches a new channel, C4 is threatened and notions of impartiality seem up for grabs. Are we seeing a challenge to the old order?