The Guardian - August 02, 2022
The Guardian - August 02, 2022
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In this issue
August 02, 2022
'Everyone is buzzing': Lionesses' victory echoes around the nation
Goalscorer Chloe Kelly hails seismic win amid hopes for lasting legacy
Unfamiliar taste of defeat has German media crying foul
As the German women's football team licked its wounds following defeat at Wembley, at least some of the disappointment was channelled into speculation over whether they had been robbed of a victory by the referee.
'Climate Endgame' Scientists Highlight Risks Of Apocalypse
The risk of global societal collapse or human extinction has been “dangerously underexplored”, climate scientists have warned in an analysis.
Farms Fears for future harvests after crops perish in their fields
The UK heatwave has caused fruit and vegetables to perish in the field, with growers fearing the drought and further hot temperatures could ruin many harvests this year.
End Of Mortgage 'Stress Test' May Make It Easier For Thousands To Buy Homes
While mortgage rates remain historically low, the size of the loan needed to buy 90% of the average home has never been higher
Spin cycle Why leap second may have had its day as the Earth rotates a little faster
If time feels tighter than ever of late blame it on the revolution.
Watchdog to investigate two more strip-searches of children by Met police
Two more incidents involving the strip-search of children by the Metropolitan police will be investigated by its watchdog as the fallout from the Child Q case continues.
Grain ship leaves Odesa for first time since Russia blockade on 'day of relief for world'
A ship carrying Ukrainian grain has left the port of Odesa for the first time since the start of the Russian invasion under an internationally brokered deal to unblock Ukraine’s agricultural exports and ease a growing global food crisis.
Kenny finds lost spark to win 10km scratch
On the final day of track cycling Laura Kenny overcame the self-doubt that left her contemplating the end of her career, seizing England's first velodrome gold of these Games in the women's 10km scratch race.
Pommel gold seals Fraser's recovery from broken foot
Given the misfortune that followed Joe Fraser just weeks before the Commonwealth Games arrived in his home city of Birmingham, merely standing on the podium floor at the beginning of the Games as a competitor was a considerable win.
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