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UKas progress on Covid now squandered, warns top scientist
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Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of Wellcome Trust, suggests emergence of Omicron variant means pandemic is far from over

The emergence of the Omicron variant shows that the world is acloser to the start of the pandemic than the enda, one of Britainas most senior scientific figures has warned, as he lamented a lack of political leadership over Covid.

Sir Jeremy Farrar, the director of the Wellcome Trust who stepped down as a government scientific adviser last month, said the progress in combatting Covid-19 since its emergence was abeing squandereda.

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Johnson faces trust crisis as sleaze shatters faith in MPs
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Poll reveals huge public cynicism, with just 5% of respondents believing politicians work for public good

Trust in politicians to act in the national interest rather than for themselves has fallen dramatically since Boris Johnson became prime minister, according to figures contained in a disturbing new study into the state of British democracy.

The polling data from YouGov for the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) shows a particularly sharp fall in trust in the few weeks since the Owen Paterson scandal triggered a rash of Tory sleaze scandals.

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Call for Tory peer Michelle Mone to resign as accuser speaks out in alleged racism row
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Exclusive: Lord Strasburger says conduct rules need to be strengthened after no action taken against peer following complaint

The Liberal Democrat peer Lord Strasburger has called for the House of Lordsa conduct rules to be strengthened after no action was taken on a complaint that the Conservative peer Michelle Mone allegedly sent a racist message to a man of Indian heritage.

Strasburger has also said Mone should resign from the Lords due to the complaint, which alleges that she told the man, Richard Lynton-Jones, he was aa waste of a manas white skina. Mone is accused of sending the messages, screenshots of which have been seen by the Guardian, during a disagreement following a fatal yacht crash off Monaco in May 2019.

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Home Office borders bill could acreate a British GuantA!namo Bay,a says Tory MP
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Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patelas plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp

A former Conservative cabinet minister has warned that the Home Officeas controversial borders bill risks creating a aBritish Guantanamo Baya. David Davis, who served as Brexit secretary from 2016 to 2018, said that the home secretaryas plans to send asylum seekers to another country while their claims are processed may create a facility as notorious as the US detention camp in Cuba.

Guantanamo Bay has been described as a astain on the human rights recorda of the US and the agulag of our timesa with detainees making repeated allegations of torture, sexual degradation and religious persecution.

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Police treated us like criminals, say families of girls trafficked to Islamic State in Syria
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British authorities accused of interrogating parents who came seeking help when their daughters went missing

Details of how police attempted to criminalise British families whose children were trafficked to Islamic State (IS) in Syria are revealed in a series of testimonies that show how grieving relatives were initially treated as suspects and then abandoned by the authorities.

One described being atreated like a criminala and later realising that police were only interested in acquiring intelligence on IS instead of trying to help find their loved one. Another told how their home had been raided after they approached police for help to track down a missing relative.

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Storm Arwen: PM faces rage of afreezing and forgottena north
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Calls for inquiry after thousands left without power for a week in the north-east and Scotland

Boris Johnson faces calls for an urgent inquiry into the aappallinga response to Storm Arwen and the resilience of the countryas electricity networks after thousands of people were left without power for more than a week.

Local residents say they felt abandoned after the failure to restore power to more than 9,000 homes, mainly across the north-east and Scotland. MPs said it was a anational scandala that the elderly and vulnerable had been put at risk in bitterly cold conditions.

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Sentences for killers of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes to be reviewed for leniency
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Attorney general to consider whether jail terms for Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes are long enough

The jail sentences given to the couple who killed six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes are to be reviewed to adetermine whether they were too lowa, the attorney general has announced.

Arthur was left with an unsurvivable brain injury while in the sole care of his stepmother, Emma Tustin, who was jailed for life on Friday after being convicted of murder.

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Biden and Putin to hold call amid tensions over Ukraine a White House
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Joe Biden will hold a video call with Vladimir Putin on Tuesday to underline US concerns about Russiaas buildup of forces on the border with Ukraine, the White House has said.

Diplomats indicated earlier this week that Biden and Putin would talk.

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Chris Cuomo fired by CNN for helping brother Andrew fight sexual misconduct charges
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CNN has fired the primetime anchor Chris Cuomo for trying to help his brother, the former New York governor Andrew Cuomo, fight accusations of sexual misconduct which resulted in his resignation.

Announcing the firing on Saturday, CNN said aadditional informationa had come to light.

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Cream-cheesed off: bagel-loving New Yorkers face supply chain nightmare
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Shop owners tell New York Times of worries over dwindling supplies of the popular breakfast comestible

One of the biggest businesses in New York City has developed a worrying hole: bagels.

According to the New York Times, bagel shop owners are facing a shortage of cream cheese, a culinary calamity that could upend how tens of thousands New Yorkers begin their day.

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Billie Eilish: aIave gotten a lot more proud of who I ama
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The pop superstar on her extraordinary year a the Bond theme, that Vogue cover, the success of her second album a and hosting Saturday Night Live

Itas a measure of what Billie Eilishas life has been like in 2021 that she woke up one morning last month, rolled over to check her phone and found out shead got seven Grammy award nominations. Shead overslept the actual announcement. aI was up late, watching Fleabag. Again!a

Weare speaking over Zoom from her home in Los Angeles. aThis is my third time watching Fleabag. Iave literally just paused it, again, to do this interview. Andrew Scott is my favourite actor in the world! And Phoebe [Waller-Bridge] is so fucking good, I canat stress it enough. When I met her at the Bond premiere, I was trying not to blow smoke up her ass the entire night.a

Eilish would be a standout figure of 2021 for her Grammy-winning title music for No Time to Die alone, written, as always, with her big brother, Finneas. It premiered at the pre-Covid 2020 Brit awards and was finally unleashed in the cinemas just over two months ago (aWe saw the whole movie in December 2019a| weave had to keep all the secrets for two yearsa| that was hard!a). But the Bond theme is old news, given everything else that has happened this past year.

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Bookseller Samir Mansour: aIt was shocking to realise I was a targeta
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The Palestinian bookseller whose shop was destroyed in the most recent conflict in Gaza on how it has been crowdfunded back into existence a three times bigger

Bookseller Samir Mansour did not get much sleep the night in May this year that changed his life: he had stayed awake watching the news for updates as Israeli bombs fell on Gaza City.

Around 6am, the Al Jazeera anchor said that the busy downtown street home to Mansouras business was under attack. His instinct was to rush to the area in an effort to save his collection. Instead, he arrived just in time to see two missiles smash through the glass storefront as the building collapsed.

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Nobel winner: aWe journalists are the defence line between dictatorship and wara
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Next week, Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov receive their Nobel peace prizes. In a rare interview, Muratov says he fears the world is sliding towards fascism

The last time a journalist won a Nobel prize was 1935. The journalist who won it a Carl von Ossietzky a had revealed how Hitler was secretly rearming Germany. aAnd he couldnat pick it up because he was languishing in a Nazi concentration camp,a says Maria Ressa over a video call from Manila.

Nearly a century on, Ressa is one of two journalists who will step onto the Nobel stage in Oslo next Friday. She is currently facing jail for acyberlibela in the Philippines while the other recipient Dmitry Muratov, the editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, is standing guard over one of the last independent newspapers in an increasingly dictatorial Russia.

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A cocktail party from hell: in court with Ghislaine Maxwell, the society princess
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Week one of the much anticipated New York trial of Jeffrey Epsteinas ex-lover saw her big-money defence lawyers trying to outmuscle an underpowered prosecution.

The lady in the white mask is quite the gracious host, mwah-mwahing her pals, hugs-a-go-go, writing thoughtful little Post-it notes, blessing her set with her exclusive attention. Only this is not a gathering of socialites over canapA(c)s, but a child sexual abuse trial, and her friends are fancy lawyers, and the people who once served and allegedly serviced her and her ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein, body and soul, seem to be in no mood for mwah-mwah.

Welcome to the cocktail party from hell, or to give the proceedings their proper name, the trial of the United States of America v Ghislaine Maxwell. Staged in the grand US federal court building in a half-empty Manhattan, it is a grimly fascinating study, if you side with the defence, in false memory syndrome and gold-digging.

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Sweet dreams are made of this: why dream analysis is flourishing
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Are dreams a message from the soul or meaningless abrain fartsa? Groups dedicated to interpretation are thriving

Jason DeBord regrets the demise of an old parlour game once much-loved in the 19th century: What Did I Eat Last Night? It involved a player recounting their dreams a recorded in a journal upon waking a as an audience was challenged to guess what dream-provoking food they had consumed for the previous nightas supper, be it stilton, rarebit or undercooked or cured meats (all understood to be culprits when it came to colourful dreaming).

aMaybe you had eaten rare beef and then you dream about cows, you know, chasing you,a explains DeBord. aIt sounds like a blast, doesnat it? Iad have loved to have played that game.a

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How the murder of a Swedish rapper shocked a nation and put police on the back foot
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Ultraviolent gangs are threatening to subvert the rule of law in Sweden. We head out with police in a Gothenburg suburb to find out what it could mean for the rest of Europe and the UK

They began heading for the shopping mall exit when they saw the police. One of the four gang members, a local rapper called Lelo whose music videos venerate handguns and violence, turned to exchange pleasantries with Mike, an officer with the Swedish police.

Lelo and Mike have history. During a recent riot outside the mall that prompted a killing that could easily have led to another six, Lelo was among 32 arrested. In his subsequent court appearance, Mike had to intervene as Leloas posturing threatened to boil over.

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Micah Richards: aThere was such a buzz around the Euros. I loved every minutea
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The footballer turned pundit who won viewersa hearts at the Euros on racism, singing Usher on screen and the real Roy Keane

Birmingham-born, Leeds-raised Micah Richards, 33, signed for Manchester City aged 14, made his first-team debut at 17 and captained the side at 19. He won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup and was the youngest defender ever called up to the England squad, going on to earn 13 international caps. He also played for Aston Villa and Fiorentina. After early retirement at the age of 31 due to knee injuries, he became a football pundit. He covered this summeras Euros for the BBC, where his warm exuberance in the studio and on social media made Richards the standout pundit.

Did the Euros make 2021 a vintage year for you?
Definitely. It was my first international tournament as a pundit. You get sent this big booklet to swot up on all the teams. I thought: aRight, Iave been with the BBC a while, Iam on Match of the Day, Iam one of the big boys now.a But for my first few matches, I got teams such as Russia and Slovakia. Itas a privilege to work on the Euros but I donat watch Russian football. I donat know these players. Thereas a Swiss striker called Breel Embolo and I mustave said his name wrong every single time! But I donat go on TV thinking I know it all. I represent the fans on screen. You canat laugh and joke all the time, but football is supposed to be fun. I loved every minute.

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Are you dreaming of a booze-free Christmas? Join the (soda) club
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The market in no- and low-alcohol drinks is booming in the UK as more people swap the festive hangover for mindful drinking

The concept of a Christmas without champagne, wine or whisky is counterintuitive to many. But this festive season, growing numbers of Britons are eschewing alcohol and gearing up for a teetotal a or at least partially so a celebration, according to retailers.

Sales in the no- and low-alcohol category, also known as aNoLoa, are expected to grow by 17% in the UK this year, reports IWSR Drinks Market Analysis, and will hit almost 19 million cases and a value of $741m (APS558m). Meanwhile, Sainsburyas, Waitrose and Tesco all report that sales of NoLo drinks have seen huge rises year on year, a trend they expect to continue in the run-up to Christmas, amid a rise in amindful drinkinga.

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aI dread Christmas. My husband wonat get jabbeda: The families split over Covid vaccines as they plan holiday gatherings
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We talk to three people faced with moral crises over reconciling family festivities with the risks posed by coronavirus

Christmas is meant to be a time filled with joy, but for many families it can underline divisions between parents, children or siblings and bring unresolved tensions to the surface. This year adds a particular issue to that dynamic a whether or not individual family members are vaccinated.

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Omicron proves weare not in control of Covid a only global action can stop this pandemic
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If we keep allowing this virus to spread through unvaccinated populations, the next variant could be even more deadly

Itas almost two years since we first heard of Covid-19, and a year since the first Covid vaccines were rolled out. Yet this staggering progress is being squandered. We have drifted for months now, with richer countries, taking a very blinkered domestic focus, lulled into thinking that the worst of the pandemic was behind us. This variant reminds us all that we remain closer to the start of the pandemic than the end.

There is a lot we need to learn about the Omicron variant. Whether or not this is a pandemic-changing variant a one that really evades our vaccines and treatments a remains to be seen. Research will tell us more in the coming days and weeks, and we must watch and follow the data closely while giving the brilliant scientific teams time to get the answers. Although I am very worried about countries with limited access to vaccines, I am cautiously hopeful that our current vaccines will continue to protect us against severe sickness and death, if we are fully vaccinated.

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A city divided: as Sydney comes back to life, scars of lockdown linger in the west
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In the suburbs hardest hit by Covid restrictions, the economic and psychological recovery has been slow to come

Sydney barista Minh Bui rarely used to have time to sit down at her own cafe, but this weekday morning sheas in no rush. Itas just her and two women seated in the corner.

Asked how business is at her Liverpool cafe since Sydneyas lockdown lifted, Bui motions to the empty seats around her.

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aI donat like mandatesa: Germans and Austrians on new Covid measures
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People give their views on compulsory jabs and restrictions on those have not been vaccinated

The German government has announced a lockdown for the unvaccinated and is considering making Covid vaccines mandatory, after weeks of record infections in the country and much of German-speaking Europe.

In Austria, thousands of people have taken to the streets in recent weeks to protest against a string of measures: from February, the government will be introducing compulsory vaccines for all, with exemption for those unable to receive a jab on medical grounds.

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Itas good to have Premier League giants a but just how giant should they be? | Jonathan Wilson
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The challenge to the top three has enlivened the season a but their positive goal difference suggests the gap remains glaring

On the face of it, a little over a third of the way through, this feels like a pretty good Premier League season a at least from a football point of view. There is the possibility of a three-way title fight. The only side that look as though they could be cut adrift have just been taken over by owners who can be expected to spend heavily in January. There are intriguing stories everywhere, from Manchester Unitedas struggles to the returns of Antonio Conte, Steven Gerrard and Patrick Vieira.

The arrival of Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford adds to the richness of the mix, the sense that the Premier League is the home of the worldas most tactically advanced football. Not only does the Premier League have coaches of the proven quality of Pep Guardiola, JA1/4rgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, but also now, along with Marcelo Bielsa, two of the great theorists who have shaped so much of how modern football is played.

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Divock Origias last-gasp strike gives Liverpool dramatic win at Wolves
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Divock Origi had been overdue a potentially season-altering goal but chose some moment to provide it. Titles are won on days like this and everyone present knew it, not least all of those who leapt off the Liverpool bench and celebrated extravagantly when Wolvesa resistance was finally broken.

A match whose tenor rose as the temperature plummeted had looked certain to be remembered for an astonishing miss by Diogo Jota before his teammate, finishing clinically four minutes into added time, ensured there would be no regretting an opportunity squandered.

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Lewis Hamilton takes Saudi Arabian F1 GP pole as Max Verstappen crashes
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Lewis Hamilton took pole for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix but only after this fascinating Formula One season once more delivered tense drama for the title protagonists. The world champion was on top but only because Max Verstappen pushed too hard and was left wondering what might have been over a damaged car, stranded on the track.

Hamilton had endured nervy moments before qualifying awaiting a stewardas decision in Jeddah, when the world championas hopes for a win and his championship ambitions hung in the balance. Cleared of any offences, however, he delivered with great execution, but it might so easily have belonged to Verstappen, who clipped a wall on his last lap when on for taking pole. He was classified only in third behind Hamiltonas Mercedes teammate, Valtteri Bottas.

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Ashes squads 2021-22: in pictures
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We profile the Australia and England players who will do battle across five Tests in the Ashes series

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Exeter win another Saracens grudge match as rivals pay for ill-discipline
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A big game and an even bigger result for Exeter. The home side have not had the smoothest of calendar years, but a try apiece for Tom OaFlaherty and Luke Cowan-Dickie in front of a reinvigorated crowd made it another sobering trip west for a Saracens team who tend not to find Devon the happiest of hunting grounds.

The second-placed Londoners, who lost the try count 2-0, could have few real complaints with Exeteras fifth straight home league victory over their opponents, partly assisted by the visitorsa lack of self-discipline.

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Luca Brecel reaches UK Championship final before revealing toilet troubles
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Luca Brecel booked his place in the final of the UK Championship before revealing he had almost missed his fourth-round clash with Anthony Hamilton due to being stuck in the toilet of his rented flat.

The Belgian swept in four centuries plus two more breaks over 80 to sink Kyren Wilson 6-4 and will now face Chinese rising star Zhao Xintong, who bludgeoned former world finalist Barry Hawkins 6-1, in the final. If Brecel overcomes Zhao the 26-year-old will become the first player from continental Europe to land a atriple crowna title.

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