The Guardian - June 10, 2022
The Guardian - June 10, 2022
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June 10, 2022
Pointer to the future: the robot finger covered in human skin
A "slightly sweaty" robotic finger covered in living skin has been developed by Japanese scientists.
Wreck of ship that sank with James II onboard found off Norfolk coast
The identification of a Royal Navy warship that sank in 1682 while carrying the future King James II could be the single most significant maritime discovery since the raising of the Mary Rose, an expert has said.
NHS pay deal Nurses face £1,600 hit in real terms
Nurses are facing a £1,600 real-terms wage hit under plans being considered by the government for this year's pay rise, with ministers expected to offer an increase of just 3% for NHS staff in England despite the soaring cost of living.
Police 'told Gaia Pope pursuing rape claim would be traumatic'
The Dorset teenager Gaia Pope was devastated when she learned a man she had accused of raping her had allegedly harassed many women and girls, an inquest jury has heard.
One foot out of the grave: Galápagos tortoise quashes extinction rumours
A rare species of giant Galápagos tortoise, long thought extinct, has been officially identified for the first time in more than a century in what scientists are calling a "big deal" for the islands' fragile biodiversity.
Bruce Kent, CND activist and peace campaigner, dies aged 92
Bruce Kent, the renowned political activist and former Roman Catholic priest, has died aged 92 after a short illness, his family have announced.
Rwanda flight faces second legal challenge to offshoring
The first flight to Rwanda under the home secretary's offshoring plan is facing a second injunction, which aims to stop it from taking off.
Editors around world urge Bolsonaro to step up search for missing pair
Editors and journalists from some of the world's biggest news organisations have written to the Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, to ask that he "urgently step up and fully resource the effort" to find the missing British journalist Dom Phillips and the Brazilian Indigenous advocate Bruno Pereira.
Game, set and last match for Barker as she presents final Wimbledon
Sue Barker, an ever-present on the BBC from Wimbledon for 30 years having previously played there in the 1970s and 80s, has revealed that next month's men's final at SW19 will be her last on our screens.
Theatre review Britpop prime minister blasts his power chords
Harry Hill and Steve Brown's X Factor spoof I Can't Sing! was hamstrung by having Simon Cowell as a 11 producer. No such conflict in the duo's follow-up, Tony! (The Tony Blair Rock Opera), which subjects the messianic ex-PM to a prolonged and enjoyable ribbing.
Invasion is like Covid and west's weapons are the cure, says Zelenskiy
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has compared Russia's invasion to Covid and described weapons and sanctions as a vaccine, as Ukraine's military position in Donbas worsens.
Profiles The British fighters convicted by sham hearing
Two British men captured while fighting in the Ukrainian army have been sentenced to death and portrayed as mercenaries
Sergei Lavrov challenged by Ukrainian reporter over grain theft
A Ukrainian journalist took advantage of a visit to Ankara by the Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, to confront him with an unwanted question about grain exports from Ukraine, amid fears of world hunger if the issue is not resolved.
Original copy of Shakespeare's First Folio to go to auction
An original copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio - often referred to as the most important book in English literature - will be auctioned next month in New York.
Boris the Third Edinburgh fringe comedy envisions Johnson's Eton dramatics
It is the tale of a leader's ruthless ambition, cynical skulduggery and brash mendacity as his country is gripped by crisis. Whatever could have drawn Boris Johnson to the role of Richard III when he played the part as a schoolboy at Eton?
US upgrades ties with Palestinians as diplomatic mission renamed
The US diplomatic mission to the Palestinians in Jerusalem has been redesignated and will report directly to Washington “on substantive matters” , signalling an upgrade in ties in advance of a planned visit by President Joe Biden.
'Fatal blow' to nuclear talks as Tehran removes monitoring cameras
Stagnating talks to revive a nuclear deal between Iran and the US have been hit with a "fatal blow" after Tehran removed 27 cameras from its main facilities, shutting down a monitoring capacity that had been central to hopes of a new pact.
Driver in Berlin car killing 'has a history of schizophrenia'
A 29-year-old man who killed a teacher and injured 14 children after driving his car into a crowd in Berlin on Wednesday had a history of paranoid schizophrenia and was probably intending to kill or injure, German authorities say.
Shanghai to lock down and test 2.7 million to prevent new Covid outbreak
Shanghai will lock down a district of 2.7 million people tomorrow to conduct mass Covid testing, city authorities have said, as the Chinese metropolis struggles to fully emerge from punishing curbs.
Premier League to issue football-wide bans next season for pitch invaders
The Premier League is to take further action to prevent crowd trouble next season, while enshrining the right to fairly priced tickets for away supporters.
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