Irish parliament set for stalemate in attempt to form new government
All candidates for taoiseach are expected to fall short of the 80 seats needed in the Dáil Éireann
theguardian | World | 6 hrs ago
Barclays using 'dystopian Big Brother' tactics to spy on staff, says TUC
Bank admits using tracking software to log how long staff spend away from their desks
theguardian | Business | 6 hrs ago
Doctors look to HIV and Ebola drugs for coronavirus cure
Early results of trials on Covid-19 patients expected in March
theguardian | Top Stories | 6 hrs ago
National Trust and Cadbury end £7m Easter egg hunt deal
After pressure from children’s health campaigners, this year’s 260 trails will be the last
theguardian | World | 6 hrs ago
Scottish Tories urge rethink over points-based immigration
Plans to lobby Downing Street over Priti Patel’s proposals branded a ‘work in progress’
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
Revealed: the areas in the UK with one Airbnb for every four homes
‘Out-of-control’ dominance of rentals in some communities depriving locals of homes, critics say
theguardian | Top Stories | 7 hrs ago
How will the Tories' budget plans affect taxes?
Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are planning a budget that could put the wind up some Conservatives
theguardian | Business | 7 hrs ago
On the ground in Idlib: 'This is the last call to people with humanity to help' – video
Activist Laith, part of the White Helmets volunteer group, has called for the international community to ‘stand with [those] who left their homes and be with them in the camps’
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
Hanau attack reveals 'poison' of racism in Germany, says Merkel
Gunman who posted manifesto online kills nine at shisha bars before shooting himself
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
The more dysfunctional the royals are, the more their fans love them
Harry and Meghan’s split from the firm, Prince Andrew and The Unpleasantness, and a double whammy of divorces make the royals ever more popular. Plus: how Al Pacino lost the bloom of youth
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
UCL to ban intimate relationships between staff and their students
Guardian finds only two other UK universities have similar ban, with another introducing one
theguardian | Education | 7 hrs ago
Warren's strong debate performance inspires best fundraising day yet
Elizabeth Warren was roundly declared the victor of an often tempestuous Democratic debate, reviving her campaign after slipping in polls
theguardian | World | 7 hrs ago
Scampia residents mourn homes as razing of 'Gomorrah' begins
Sail-shaped towers in Naples were for years a drugs hotspot and scene of mafia wars
theguardian | World | 8 hrs ago
Debate shows Bernie Sanders could win most votes but be denied nomination
The Vermont senator was alone in saying he would back whoever won a plurality of delegates – with others open to superdelegates tipping the balance for another candidate at the convention
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
Man arrested after London mosque stabbing
Met launches attempted murder inquiry after man said to have been stabbed in neck
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
University staff like me love our jobs. But a broken system is forcing us to strike | Charlotte Lydia Riley
Issues with pay, workload, equality and casualisation have left academics and support staff with little choice but to walk out, says Charlotte Lydia Riley, a lecturer at the University of Southampton
theguardian | Education | 8 hrs ago
Antibiotic that kills drug-resistant bacteria discovered through AI
Team at MIT says halicin kills some of the world’s most dangerous strains
theguardian | Science | 8 hrs ago
End of the Century director: 'First, gay men have sex – then they go for wine and cheese'
Lucio Castro’s first film is an explicit romance in which the lovers look the same across two decades. It’s not The Irishman, he says, and he prefers it that way
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
‘It feels like an extra limb’ – musicians on the bond with their instruments
Horrible things happen to instruments in transit – as Ballaké Sissoko and others have recently learned. Five musicians explain why the damage goes more than skin deep
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
'I took up so much room': Zoe Williams' week of wearing shoulder pads
They were big in the 80s and now they are back. But how does this symbol of power dressing go down in 2020?
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
Serco given £200m contract to run two more immigration removal centres
Controversy-hit firm that runs Yarl’s Wood to take over Brook House and Tinsley House from G4S
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
Deutsche Börse photography prize review – big ideas but the wrong place for them
From second world war concentration camps to the effects of global capitalism on Parisian youth, this year’s contenders produce moving work that struggles in a group context
theguardian | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
Two weeks of doing care work left me physically and mentally exhausted | Maz Halima
People working in this sector play an integral part in maintaining a civil society. That’s not low-skilled work, says Maz Halima
theguardian | Politics | 8 hrs ago
'Vagina is not a rude word': the scientist fighting to empower women, one word at a time
Twenty years ago, Catherine Blackledge’s history of the vagina The Story of V broke boundaries. As it is reissued, she talks about anasryma as activism and why we lie about the clitoris
theguardian | Science | 8 hrs ago
Stormzy receives first Greggs ‘black card’ handing him free pastries for life
Award-winning rapper says he has ‘peaked’ after bakery chain promises unlimited supply
theguardian | Top Stories | 9 hrs ago
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