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Home Office to assign Border Force tasks to agency workers Dover staff say move could compromise security and leave border without protectionAgency workers will take over tasks from Border Force guards in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Guardian can reveal.The development has concerned permanent staff in Dover
The Guardian | 2 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Phil Parkinson resigns as Bolton manager amid off-pitch chaos Bolton say the matter is being considered Club called off game against Doncaster on TuesdayBolton Wanderers are now without a manager after Phil Parkinson and his assistant, Steve Parkin, resigned from the beleaguered club.Parkinsons decision is the lates
The Guardian | 2 hours, 59 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Moya Dodd: My role was to represent womens football at the top table | Kieran Pender The former Matildas vice captain opens up about her playing career, experiences on the Fifa Council and an enduring love of the gameThe meeting rooms at law firm Gilbert + Tobin, high in the Barangaroo complex with expansive views across Sydney, are named
The Guardian | 3 hours, 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Energy market operator calls for urgent investment in dispatchable power Frank assessment by Aemo says it has been taking reactive action to prevent summer blackouts, but that has come at a high costThe energy market operator has used its latest 10-year forecast of reliability in Australias power supply to highlight the urgent
The Guardian | 3 hours, 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Medevac: AMA speaks out against repeal and urges bipartisan fix Australian Medical Association criticises lack of resources for medevac expert panelThe Australian Medical Association has criticised the lack of resourcing for the medevac expert panel and said it must be fixed by bipartisanship on medical transfers from
The Guardian | 3 hours, 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Six sentences of hope: Defining a unifying vision in the face of the climate crisis | Richard Flanagan A sense of futility haunts us all, so I sought to distill in as few words as possible what could be done by us as a people. Writing them, I felt my despair liftIn 1971, the Liberal Billy McMahon routinely judged the worst Australian prime minister ever, a
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West Ham need Jack Wilshere to show his class and justify expensive gamble | Jacob Steinberg Manuel Pellegrini has put faith in player who must rediscover spark and prove he can handle rigours of the Premier LeagueIt did not take long for some people at West Ham to develop doubts about the wisdom of signing Jack Wilshere. The misplaced early opti
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'Never piss off a poet': Selina Tusitala Marsh on colonialism, Sam Hunt and kickboxing New Zealands poet laureate rails against racism but her poetry is more subversive than strident: You can seduce someone to get your point acrossShe blows in like a song carried on a powerful current: a wild-haired woman, larger than life, carrying a tall
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Boris Johnson aping Vladimir Putins media strategy, says Channel 4 news chief Dorothy Byrne describes PM as a liar and says broadcasters must call out his falsehoodsBoris Johnson is a known liar who is copying Vladimir Putins approach to the media, according to Channel 4s head of news and current affairs, who called on broadcasters
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US federal deficit to reach $1tn next year, report says Debt held by public is expected to reach 95% of GDP in next 10 years, the highest level since just after the second world warUS federal debt will top $1tn next year even as Donald Trump explores tax cuts and other giveaways that are only likely to increas
The Guardian | 3 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend