The Guardian - November 30, 2022
The Guardian - November 30, 2022
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In this issue
November 30, 2022
A lesson for politicians as Olena Zelenska and Martin Lewis demonstrate trustworthiness
Here’s a thought. One that should keep some MPs awake at night. Are politicians intrinsically untrustworthy? Are only people who are predisposed to being economical with the truth attracted to a career in public life?
Bread, brandy and bees vie to join Unesco's culture club list
A 24-member intergovernmental committee of Unesco, the UN’s cultural agency, is meeting this week in Rabat, Morocco, to consider which of 56 “human treasures” merit being added to the 530 its annual gatherings have already selected.
Bats return growls in greeting with a nod to Ozzy Osbourne
It has long been known that Ozzy Osbourne has a taste for bats. But now it seems the mammals are also fans of his.
Rashford's redemption Striker silences his critics as England qualify for last 16
Having slain the Welsh dragon, Gareth Southgate’s side will next take on the Lions of Teranga, as Senegal’s national team is called, on Sunday evening.
Wrexham 'We're proud, not disappointed,' say Wales fans
Ceri Ellis, who watched the game with her son Gareth, 12, smiled sadly. “It’s really great that Wales just got to Qatar – it put us on the map .” Despite the result, Gareth, clutching his Welsh dragon flag, insisted: “I think Wales is the best team in the world.”
Tenerife Red dragons diverted from Qatar to the Canaries by money and ethical concerns
Nine hours before the kick-off of a match being played in a desert about 4,000 miles away, the staff at the Wigan Pier, in southern Tenerife, were leaving nothing to chance yesterday.
Mistletoe and grime as Sir Cliff and Stormzy race to top of pop chart
One is the Peter Pan of pop, the other is the king of UK hip-hop. But despite the decades between them, Cliff Richard and Stormzy, two of Britain’s most successful artists – with fan bases that could not be more different from each other – are going head to head in this week’s charts.
Threats to Meghan were 'very real', says Met assistant chief
The Duchess of Sussex was subject to multiple “disgusting” threats against her life, a senior police officer has revealed, adding that they were “very real” and led to prosecutions.
Camilla decries 'pandemic' of violence against women
The queen consort has condemned “a global pandemic of violence against women” at a Buckingham Palace reception attended by 300 guests.
Royal couples set for 'popularity contest' at US awards ceremonies
On their first US trip in eight years, William and Catherine are visiting Boston to promote the prince’s environmental Earthshot prize.
Soldiers covering for striking Border Force staff to wear uniforms
About 600 servicemen and women in combat attire will provide cover for members of the PCS union who have voted for industrial action.
NHS delays on gender dysphoria 'unlawful', court hears
NHS England has acted unlawfully by making thousands of patients with gender dysphoria wait “extreme” periods of time for treatment, the high court has heard.
China orders students home in effort to smother unrest and shifts focus to vaccines
In an apparent effort to tackle anger at the zero-Covid policies that originally sparked the protests, authorities also announced plans to step up the programme of vaccination for older people.
Echoes of 2019 Hong Kongers' empathy for mainlanders
Many Hong Kongers say the protests gave them a feeling of deja vu, in that the slogans echoed the political demands in Hong Kong during the anti-government protests from 2019 to 2020.
'Inexcusable' Pope's 'racist' interview prompts fury in Russia
Pope Francis has sparked fury in Russia over an interview in which he suggested that non-Christian members of its armed forces showed more cruelty in Ukraine than ethnic Russian soldiers.
Kyiv pleads for spare parts to fix energy grid after missile attacks
There were power cuts lasting 48 hours or more across the country last week after a wave of Russian missile attacks, the latest in a series of bombings targeting power plants and substations that route energy around the network.
Film about Kashmir sparks row in India
A row has erupted in India after an Israeli director described a controversial film about Kashmir as propaganda and a “vulgar movie”, prompting the Israeli ambassador to issue an apology.
Jack Ma 'living in Tokyo' as China targets stars of big tech
The billionaire Jack Ma has reportedly been hiding out in Tokyo with his family during Beijing’s continuing crackdown on the country’s star tech firms and its most powerful and wealthy businessmen.
Vasseur linked with Ferrari role after Binotto quits as principal
The Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, has resigned and will leave his post at the end of December.
Woods claims Norman is trying to destroy Tour
Tiger Woods has taken aim at Greg Norman by insisting the LIV Golf chief executive has to step down in order to end “animosity” between the rebel circuit and the PGA Tour.
Messi and Lewandowski set to deal for high stakes
Argentinian talisman and Poland's clinical striker will square up in a meeting to reach the knockout stages
Netherlands breeze into the last 16 but Van Gaal bristles at 'boring' label
After the Netherlands coasted into the last 16 as Group A winners, Louis van Gaal was in classic defiant form, going toe-to-toe with those claiming that watching his team is akin to “grinding teeth”.
Pulisic pounces to end Iran's brave campaign
This was a game too far for Iran.
Time to Bale out: Wales legend looks weak and ineffective
The great was reduced to a pawn on a chessboard of kings and queens as his side crashed out of World Cup
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