In the third of our new series about artworks by women that are relevant today, our writer looks at a series of photographs that revealed the worries of people facing an economic recession
The water companies are doing too little to fix a problem that isn’t going away, says John Vidal, a former Guardian environment editor
A 12 year old child was airlifted to Carlisle hospital with suspected serious head and neck injuries after an incident at a popular Lake Distict spot.
An Iranian government official denied on Monday that Tehran was involved in the assault on author Salman Rushdie, in remarks that were the country's first public comments on the attack. Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry, made the remarks in a briefing to journalists. “We, in the incident of the attack on Salman Rushdie in the U.S., do not consider that anyone deserves blame and accusations except him and his supporters,” Kanaani said.
Cambridgeshire teaching assistant Sophie Anderson was just 22 when she was diagnosed with bowel cancer after developing symptoms at 18
A man has died after a suspected shooting in Manchester in the early hours of Monday. Police found a man aged between 18 and 25 with serious injuries after a gun was discharged on Claremont Road in Moss Side. A crime scene cordon is in place at Princess Parkway and Claremont Road and the public are being urged to avoid the area.
Around 20 homes were evacuated in Richland, Washington due to a brush fire continuing to spread on August 14. The cause of the fire is unknown.
‘We became immediately aware of content that was considered, among other things, extreme in its racism, sexism, homophobia and misogyny’
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If there was a compelling justification for this strange arrangement, why wasn’t it revealed to the public at the time?
Children affected by the Manchester Arena terror attack are being urged to share their experiences of the support they have received. A new online survey is aimed at identifying what help will be most beneficial to future young survivors of similar incidents. It forms part of the ground-breaking project, Bee The Difference, which is a collaboration between nine young survivors of the attack, the National Emergencies Trust and researchers from Lancaster University.
British officials say there are ‘limited levels of enthusiasm’ among would-be recruits
The mother of 12-year-old Stacia Leigh Collins spoke out after her daughter was found dead in a remote road in Kentucky.Source: WSAZ 3
Met Police said they were concerned the athlete may have been using a mobile phone at the wheel
Anastasiia Aleksandrova doesn’t even look up from her phone when the thunder of nearby artillery booms through the modest home the 12-year-old shares with her grandparents on the outskirts of Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine. With no one her age left in her neighborhood and classes only online since Russia’s invasion, video games and social media have taken the place of the walks and bike rides she once enjoyed with friends who have since fled. Anastasiia’s retreat into digital technology to cope with the isolation and stress of war that rages on the front line just seven miles (12 kilometers) away is increasingly common among young people in Ukraine’s embattled Donetsk region.
‘If we drag our feet on getting to net zero, it’s going to get worse – much worse,’ says one expert
A manhunt has been launched after a woman was followed on a bus home from a night out in central London and allegedly sexually assaulted. Detectives released CCTV images of a man with dyed blonde hair boarding the bus after the woman, in her 30s, got on at Green Park in the early hours of Friday July 15.