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environment Most dolphins are 'right-handed', say researchers

Dolphins, like humans, have a dominant right-hand side, according to research. About 90% of humans a...

food Decimo, London WC1: ‘Slighty ridiculous, sometimes delicious’ – restaurant review

Decimo, a Spanish-Mexican restaurant by Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, has opened at the top of The Standar...

us-news Missouri took ‘extreme actions’ to limit reproductive rights, House panel hears

Missouri health officials’ efforts to shut down the last abortion clinic within state borders are “a...

tv-and-radio Death plot for cuties: how Marissa’s murder ended The OC

If we have gleaned anything from the craven back-stabbing of Succession, it is that growing up rich ...

football Sergio Agüero likely to miss Manchester derby, says Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola said that, barring a “miracle”, Sergio Agüero will miss the Manchester derby because o...

uk-news Prince Andrew to stand aside from all 230 of his patronages

Prince Andrew is to withdraw from scores of charities in a move that appeared designed to protect th...

artanddesign Photographer Pat Martin: ‘Mom was not an easy subject’

In 2015, while standing in front of a series of portraits by the American photographer Larry Sultan ...

football Bournemouth v Wolves: match preview

Bournemouth, on the slide after only one win in their past six matches, host one of the division’s f...

politics Conservatives open up 19-point lead with 47% share of the vote

The Conservatives have taken a commanding 19-point lead over Labour with less than three weeks to go...

football Sheffield United 3-3 Manchester United: Premier League – as it happened

Right, what a game. Thanks for your company. Bye! Solskjær speaks. “It’s football, sometimes it’s be...

lifeandstyle Friends reunited: the one where they try to get along again

SCENE: Central Perk coffee shop, and the gang is all there. Chandler: Wow, could this BE any more un...

us-news Parkland father takes on grief and gun violence with one-man play

There is a single, powerful moment in Manuel Oliver’s stage show that captures the purpose of a work...

us-news Fiona Hill: the Durham miner's daughter creating waves in DC

As a former Russia expert on the US national security council and one of the officials with knowledg...

society Society of Antiquaries in turmoil after vote to back sex abuser

One of the country’s most venerable educational charities faces a backlash after it declined to seve...

sport Australia's men look to write new chapter as Test cricket season begins

When Test match morning rolls around at last, it always feels like the longest wait has come to an e...

australia-news Westpac accused of more than 23m breaches of anti-money laundering laws

Australia’s financial intelligence agency has launched legal action against one of the country’s big...

us-news Fiona Hill: stop ‘fictional narrative’ of Ukraine meddling in US election

Republicans loyal to Donald Trump must stop pushing the “fictional narrative” that Ukraine interfere...

film Proceder review – the life and crimes of a Polish rap star

Like so many other biopics of musicians from the wrong side of the ring road, this dramatisation of ...

politics Scottish Tories appeal for backing of unionist Labour voters

The Scottish Conservatives have urged discontented Labour voters who oppose Scottish independence to...

football Netherlands ‘back where we belong but must be humble’, says Van Dijk

It is heartening that the scaling of individual and domestic heights have not doused Virgil van Dijk...

environment Vietnam boats using child labour for illegal fishing

Children as young as 11 are working aboard Vietnamese vessels fishing illegally for seafood that cou...

artanddesign Christopher Nunn's best photograph: a picnic in the shadow of war

I took this in Donetsk, Ukraine, in 2014, just as the war with Russia started. It was immediately af...

world 'France's shame': thousands protest against gender violence

Several thousand people marched in France on Saturday to protest against alarming levels of deadly d...

politics Tory Aberdeen candidate suspended over Holocaust tweets

The Conservatives have suspended their candidate for Aberdeen North over allegedly antisemitic, Isla...

law Our legal system is broken. Who will fix it?

Lawyers are not the most cherished jewel in the UK professional crown. Criminal lawyers even less so...

global-development Whistleblowers on school paedophile ring in Afghanistan arrested

Two people have been detained by Afghanistan’s intelligence services after they exposed a paedophile...

politics General election: party leaders to set out plans for business

The Conservatives and Labour have defended their proposals for business at the start of a campaign d...

world Sowing the seeds of love: amorous pig pursues Greek reporter on live TV

Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it … and in the incongruous setting of a stormy Gree...

travel Send us a tip about your favourite travel book for the chance to win a £200 hotel voucher

Travel books not only broaden the mind and provide inspiration for your own dream journey, they can ...

football Max Taylor in Manchester United squad for first time after chemotherapy

Max Taylor, a 19-year-old defender, is in Manchester United’s squad for the Europa League game at As...

music Herbie Hancock review – fusion fantasist digs deep to keep it fresh

There is a well-known photograph of Herbie Hancock aged 23, when he had just joined the Miles Davis ...

business FTSE 250 hits 15-month high; woes at UK banknote maker De La Rue – as it happened

Finally... the blue-chip FTSE 100 ended the day little changed, up just 6 points at 7,403. That’s a ...

sport Verstappen’s verve lights up Brazilian Grand Prix but Ferrari flounder again

Max makes it look easy What a difference a year makes. Max Verstappen, after his travails at this ra...

film Rules for screen sex scenes issued to British directors

British film and TV directors have been issued with guidelines on simulated sex scenes and nudity, w...

business Saudi Aramco valuation falls below $2tn target

The value of Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil giant has fallen below the $2tn target set by Crown Prin...