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Coronavirus outbreak: death toll rises to 54 as Canada confirms first case – updates | Science

1.13am GMT01:13 Sunday has brought an increase in the proportion of deaths outside of Hubei province, the epicentre of the pandemic. State media is reporting...
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Can Thailand provide better dementia care than the UK? | Letters | Society

In your report (Families sending relatives with dementia to Thailand for care, 13 January), the statement that “local authority residential care costs up to £700...
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The Guardian view on attitudes to rape: from Ayia Napa to Manchester | Editorial | Opinion

What can the most extreme cases tell us about more common ones? Generalising from extraordinary instances is risky. Yet outliers can still inform us. Their...
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EU accused of seeking to cut funds for poor in post-Brexit cost savings | World news

The European commission has been accused of seeking to cut EU funding for the continent’s poorest people by 50% to secure post-Brexit cost savings and...
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Jeremy Corbyn calls for focus on rehabilitation of terrorists in prison | UK news

Jeremy Corbyn has said people convicted of terrorism offences should “not necessarily” serve their full sentence, calling for an examination of how the prison system...
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The Nightcrawlers review – are the Filipino authorities executing drug addicts? | Television & radio

They think of themselves as avengers, doing God’s work. “The archangel Michael,” says one gun-wielding, masked man, by way of introduction. Their work consists of...
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Brexit could weaken rules on antibiotics in farming, activists warn | Environment

Campaigners have warned that the next government must clamp down on the overuse of antibiotics in farming to stave off increasing risks of resistance that...
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Welsh bill would allow 16- and 17-year olds to vote in local elections | UK news

A bill is being introduced that would give the vote to 16- and 17-year-olds in many elections in Wales and empower local authorities to decide...
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Three lions on a beach: a sculpture for the age of Brexit | Art and design

British lions aren’t supposed to look like this. They’re meant to be fierce, mighty and indomitable, lords of all they survey. But the three creatures...