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Olympic athletes and officials ponder vaccine dilemma as Tokyo Games loom | Kieran Pender
With the Covid-19 pandemic still raging, Olympians wonder whether they will – and should – be vaccinated in time for the Games
theguardian | World | 6 hrs ago
 
Madrid explosion leaves at least two dead
Several people injured after blast but nearby care home residents and school children unharmed
theguardian | World | 6 hrs ago
 
Kamala Harris sworn in as US’s first female, Black and south Asian vice-president
Former senator sworn by Justice Sonia Sotomayor using two Bibles from the late Thurgood Marshall and family friend Regina Shelton
theguardian | Top Stories | 6 hrs ago
 
Is Theresa May really the only Tory willing to hold this government to account? | Rupa Huq
The former Maybot is now an escaped mutant strain of Conservative, harrying Boris Johnson from the backbenches, says Labour MP Rupa Huq
theguardian | Politics | 6 hrs ago
 
Covid vaccines may need updating to protect against new variant, study suggests
Neutralising ability of antibodies typically falls eight-fold with South African variant
theguardian | Science | 6 hrs ago
 
Working from bed? Here’s how you can still look professional
From airline pants to the all-day dressing gown, these outfits are just the thing for those duvet-based video calls
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
 
Hungary orders LGBT publisher to print disclaimers on children's book
Fairytale anthology Wonderland Is for Everyone must now carry warning that its stories contain ‘behaviour inconsistent with traditional gender roles’
theguardian | Top Stories | 7 hrs ago
 
Germany approves draft law to end mass culling of male chicks
Cabinet passes measure that is expected to outlaw practice from 2022
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
 
Facebook under pressure to resume scanning messages for child abuse in EU
Half of referrals for child sexual abuse material could be falling under the radar after changes to EU ePrivacy Directive
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
 
European leaders hail 'new dawn' for ties with US under Biden
Leaders say Europe again has a friend in the White House but differences with US will not disappear
theguardian | Politics | 7 hrs ago
 
Rashford demands a 'meal a day' for all school pupils in need
Footballer says his campaign to end child food poverty in England still has a ‘million miles to go’
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
 
Indian hesitancy sets back world's biggest Covid vaccination drive
Low uptake fuelled by fears over safety of vaccine and spread of misinformation
theguardian | World | 8 hrs ago
 
‘Palace Four’ drawn into Meghan’s dispute with Associated Newspapers
Former employees of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could shed light on circumstances of her letter to her estranged father, high court hears
theguardian | World | 8 hrs ago
 
Donald Trump departs White House for final time as president – video
Trump said serving as president had been ‘the honour of a lifetime’ as he left the White House 
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
 
Head, shoulders, knees and toes: the best stretches to see off aches and pains
Soft mattresses and pillows are great for lounging, but after a full day’s work your back and shoulders will start to complain. These gentle exercises should help
theguardian | Health | 9 hrs ago
 
Mental healthcare needs an overhaul, and legislative tinkering is not enough | Dan Poulter
Reform of the Mental Health Act will make little tangible difference. As a psychiatrist, I know what the real challenges are, says Dr Dan Poulter
theguardian | Politics | 9 hrs ago
 
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma makes first public appearance in months
Alibaba co-founder, not seen since Beijing began crackdown on his firms, says he has been ‘studying and thinking’
theguardian | Top Stories | 9 hrs ago
 
'Absolute carnage': EU hauliers reject UK jobs over Brexit rules
Freight company director blames new requirement for EU transport firms to provide financial guarantees
theguardian | Top Stories | 9 hrs ago
 
A return to 'nasty' politics: Politics Weekly podcast
Heather Stewart and others discuss universal credit, the Scottish Labour leadership contest, and the government’s plans to ‘level up’
theguardian | Politics | 9 hrs ago
 
China revives conspiracy theory of US army link to Covid
Suspicions about army lab spread on social media after official’s tit-for-tat response to US claim
theguardian | Science | 9 hrs ago
 
Is working in bed ruining your sleep and sex life? Here’s how to fix it
Using the bedroom as a workspace has its pitfalls, from a disturbed body clock to a dampened libido. But it doesn’t have to be that way
theguardian | World | 9 hrs ago
 
Why London house prices jumped in November
Analysis: pent-up demand, stamp duty holiday, low borrowing costs and overseas investors added fuel
theguardian | Business | 9 hrs ago
 
Sweden to build bridges for reindeer to safely cross roads and railways
Bridges will help reindeer roam further afield for food because of global warming
theguardian | Top Stories | 10 hrs ago
 
Average London house price exceeds £500,000 for first time
Temporary break on stamp duty in Covid crisis leads to boom in sales
theguardian | Top Stories | 10 hrs ago
 
Priti Patel says she wanted UK borders shut last March
Boris Johnson urged to explain why he apparently rejected home secretary’s Covid advice
theguardian | Top Stories | 10 hrs ago
 
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