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November 19, 2022

Guards at World Cup park 'paid 35p an hour'

Migrant workers employed as security guards in a huge park that will be at the heart of Qatar’s World Cup festivities appear to be being paid as little as 35 pence an hour.

Guards at World Cup park 'paid 35p an hour'

4 mins

Raab's attitude caused 'blockages' during Kabul exit, sources claim

Dominic Raab’s refusal to speak to some Foreign Office staff he considered “time-wasters” led to “blockages” during the Afghanistan evacuation, with staff at two departments he ran forced to take sick leave because of his alleged behaviour, sources have told the Guardian.

Raab's attitude caused 'blockages' during Kabul exit, sources claim

3 mins

Two Brian Coxes, two rooms and one confused hotel worker

It adds a whole new meaning to a double booking. Or perhaps it’s more of a mathematical problem: Brian Cox squared . But when the question was raised by a hotel receptionist it was left to an actor and a physicist to solve the equation.

Two Brian Coxes, two rooms and one confused hotel worker

2 mins

'Ticks all the boxes' Nostalgic, familiar and comforting, rice pudding returns to dining tables

Difficult times call for comfort food and this winter, from restaurants to supermarkets and even social media, rice pudding is having a moment.

'Ticks all the boxes' Nostalgic, familiar and comforting, rice pudding returns to dining tables

3 mins

Twitter offices closed after Musk's loyalty oath sparks mass resignations

The crisis at Twitter reached new heights yesterday after hundreds of employees were reported to have rejected Elon Musk’s ultimatum to keep working for the business, threatening its ability to keep operating.

Twitter offices closed after Musk's loyalty oath sparks mass resignations

3 mins

Aleena killer was a convict wanted for return to prison

The man who murdered Zara Aleena was ordered to be returned to prison two days before the attack, but was left free to hunt the law graduate before kicking her to death.

Aleena killer was a convict wanted for return to prison

3 mins

Here we go Damned from the off, but finally football begins in a defiant Qatar

Unfurl the faded summer bunting. Crank the thermostat up half a notch. Bask in the yellowy glow from that rectangular screen in the corner of the room.

Here we go Damned from the off, but finally football begins in a defiant Qatar

5 mins

Will 'Golden Balls' endure? Qatar role threatens brand Beckham

Wherever Fahad, a gay man in his 40s, walks in his home city of Doha, from the Qatari capital’s coastal promenade, known as the Corniche , to the gleaming streets of the super-modern downtown Msheireb district, David Beckham smiles down from the billboards and the big flashing screens.

Will 'Golden Balls' endure? Qatar role threatens brand Beckham

3 mins

Paint by numbers: art experts split over use of AI to judge if works are genuine

Staring enigmatically at an unseen object to her right, the black-haired woman bears a striking resemblance to the person depicted in Pierre Auguste Renoir ’s painting Gabrielle , which Sotheby’s recently valued at between £100 ,000 and £150,000.

Paint by numbers: art experts split over use of AI to judge if works are genuine

3 mins

Economic own goals made us poorer, says thinktank chief

The British people “just got a lot poorer” after a series of “economic own goals” that have made a recovery much harder than it might have been, a leading thinktank has said.

Economic own goals made us poorer, says thinktank chief

3 mins

Tory anxiety 'Final nail' for election hope, says McVey

Jeremy Hunt is facing a Tory rebellion on the right over his autumn statement after the former cabinet minister Esther Mc Vey said she could not support the tax rises while projects such as HS2 went ahead.

Tory anxiety 'Final nail' for election hope, says McVey

2 mins

Honeymoon over? Sunak returns from G20 to face mounting issues

On the tropical island of Bali, Rishi Sunak has been enjoying a honeymoon as a global statesman at the G20.

Honeymoon over? Sunak returns from G20 to face mounting issues

4 mins

Cop27 talks continue over funding for vulnerable countries

Crucial climate talks continued past their deadline yesterday with no end in sight, as governments wrangled over how to pay for the rebuilding of poor countries ravaged by climate breakdown .

Cop27 talks continue over funding for vulnerable countries

1 min

The Lakes Final bids sought for Britain's 'loneliest dwelling'

In popular fiction a century ago, it was described as “one of the loneliest dwelling-places in all the British Isles” and was the setting for a wild and melodramatic murder.

The Lakes Final bids sought for Britain's 'loneliest dwelling'

3 mins

"Demand is high and continuing' The dogs saving lives by donating blood

Mabel didn’t set out to be a life-saver. In fact, the six-year-old greyhound has been known to fall asleep on the job.

"Demand is high and continuing' The dogs saving lives by donating blood

2 mins

Madcap moments How MrBeast became new king of YouTube

YouTube’s 17-year history is one of human civilisation played on fast forward.

Madcap moments How MrBeast became new king of YouTube

2 mins

Plea bargain for Briton detained in Cyprus over wife's death

A British man detained in Cyprus for almost a year after being accused of murdering his terminally ill wife, has agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter in an effort to be reunited with his family in Britain by Christmas.

Plea bargain for Briton detained in Cyprus over wife's death

2 mins

'Stormzy is the guy' Rapper returns three years after he took grime mainstream

The UK albums chart has been dominated by American behemoths over the past few weeks, with stars such as Taylor Swift and Drake releasing blockbuster albums in consecutive weeks.

'Stormzy is the guy' Rapper returns three years after he took grime mainstream

3 mins

In a fog 'I can see the climate crisis unfolding before my eyes'

The most recent battle in a long history of battles in Oxford has been triggered by the low traffic neighbourhood scheme, a network of barriers and cameras being built in my area as part of efforts to reduce the air pollution linked to the deaths of one in 17 people who live in the city.

In a fog 'I can see the climate crisis unfolding before my eyes'

3 mins

'Biggest challenge of my life' Kherson's leaders striving to rebuild after Russian retreat

Before the war, the challenges faced by residents of Kherson were similar to those of their counterparts in many European cities: salaries, corruption, addiction, the need for improved public services.

'Biggest challenge of my life' Kherson's leaders striving to rebuild after Russian retreat

4 mins

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