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The Liar's Dictionary by Eley Williams review a glorious way with words Williamss debut novel, a tale of two lexicographers, is a playful delightI dont know if any of the newspaper fiction previews that appeared at the end of 2016 tipped Eley Williamss first collection, Attrib. and Other Stories, published by independent pres
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I am not reading. I am not writing. This is not normal | Amy Sackville Novelist Amy Sackville reflects on how what sounded like a perfect occasion for creative writing has filled instead with vacancyTime to finally finish Proust, read poetry, make things, learn a language, focus, concentrate. So many opportunities present th
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Roger Stone speaks in Fox News interview after Trump commutation Donald Trumps longtime confidant repeatedly thanked the president while calling the Mueller investigation a goose eggDonald Trumps longtime confidant Roger Stone gushed over his political allies during an interview on Fox News on Monday, his first major t
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Video of drunken Brits maskless in Magaluf appals Spaniards Tourists flouting rules on face coverings and social distancing prompt fears of second wave Coronavirus latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSpaniards fear that the sacrifices made during the coronavirus lockdown will be in vain after tourists fr
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'Better for Her Majesty not to know': palace letters reveal Queen's role in sacking of Australian PM Whitlam Governor general John Kerr canvassed Queen and her personal secretary about his powers to dismiss Gough Whitlam but did not forewarn themFollow our palace letters live blog hereRead the palace letters in fullWhat we know so far about the palace lettersSec
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Hong Kong's national security laws are designed to make the media self-censor | Tom Grundy The legislation imposed by China intends to make journalists tiptoe around ill-defined red lines. The need to hold power to account is growingBeijings far-reaching security law was foisted on Hong Kong with breathtaking speed, sweeping aside guarantees of
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Todd Muller's resignation is a National nightmare and a sign of a toxic political culture | Richard Shaw Muller alluded to the jobs toll on his health and that of his family, just two months out from the electionAnd then there were none. Early this morning the National Party caucus awoke to a nightmare. Todd Muller, their newly minted leader of some 53 days,
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NRL considering moving competition to Queensland as Covid-19 crisis deepens NRL could play out rest of premiership season in QueenslandQuarantine concerns surround players who live in hotspotsThe Australian Rugby League Commission chairman, Peter Vlandys, has called an urgent meeting as reports surfaced about the possibility of t
The Guardian | 5 hours, 30 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
South China Sea: US says Beijing's claims to disputed area 'completely unlawful' Beijing rejects US secretary of state Mike Pompeos comments as inciting confrontation The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said Washington will treat Beijings pursuit of resources in the South China Sea as illegal, inflaming tensions between the two
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Hong Kong activist Nathan Law moves to Britain and vows fight will continue Law fled his home after Beijings introduction of the national security law that punishes anti-China sentimentNathan Law, one of Hong Kongs most prominent young democracy activists, announced has relocated to Britain, five days after confirming he had fled
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