Tag Archives: The Guardian

Drinking coffee may help prevent liver cancer, study suggests

Cancer research People who drink more coffee – even decaffeinated – are less likely to develop liver cancer, an analysis of data from 26 studies has found For those who drank two cups of coffee a day, the risk of hepatocellular cancer was reduced by 35% compared to those who drank no coffee. Photograph: Erik de Castro/Reuters Cancer research Drinking ...

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Majority of Britons think minorities threaten UK culture, report says

Migration Humanitarian index finds quarter of people believe immigrants take jobs away while few think PM can solve the refugee crisis Passengers wait at passport control at Stansted airport. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo Migration Majority of Britons think minorities threaten UK culture, report says Humanitarian index finds quarter of people believe immigrants take jobs away while few think PM can ...

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Manchester attack: police raids continue in hunt for terror network – live updates

Four more teenagers confirmed among 22 dead, as investigators focus on attacker’s links to Libya and arrest two more men on Thursday morning More victims of the terror attack are named Theresa May to tackle Donald Trump over evidence leaks Focus on Libya amid reports Abedi’s father and brother arrested LIVE Updated Police outside the home of Salman Abedi. Photograph: ...

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TUC urges government to help boost pay as debt nears record levels

Pay Average unsecured debt per household stood at £13,200 last year – just £100 short of level before financial crisis The TUC said rising household debt reflected the squeeze on living standards. Photograph: Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters Pay TUC urges government to help boost pay as debt nears record levels Average unsecured debt per household stood at £13,200 last year – just ...

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Government fails to block release of Andrew Lansley diary portions

Andrew Lansley Court rules in favour of journalist Simon Lewis who made FoI request to see diary passages from period of health reforms Andrew Lansley was the driving force behind the Health and Social Care Act, which sought to expand competition in the NHS. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images Andrew Lansley Government fails to block release of Andrew Lansley diary portions ...

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Theresa May to tackle Donald Trump over Manchester bombing evidence

Manchester Arena attack Prime minister will raise concerns at Nato summit that intelligence leaks from the US have damaged investigation Manchester bombing: latest updates The home of Salman Abedi who carried out the suicide bomb attack at Manchester Arena on Monday. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/the Guardian Manchester Arena attack Theresa May to tackle Donald Trump over Manchester bombing evidence Prime minister ...

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MPs received 190,000 abusive tweets in three months, study finds

Politics Researchers found one in 20 tweets sent to MPs were abusive, with two-thirds from male Twitter users Six MPs were subjected to abuse in 10% of tweets sent to them, while 34 received none. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Politics MPs received 190,000 abusive tweets in three months, study finds Researchers found one in 20 tweets sent to MPs were abusive, ...

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Poldark avoids clash with ITV's Victoria with move to summer slot

Poldark BBC says third series of Cornish drama starring Aidan Turner will air in June after rival shows went head to head last year Aidan Turner in Poldark, which will return for a third series in June. The BBC said an earlier filming schedule meant it could bring the third series back sooner. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/PA Poldark Poldark avoids clash ...

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Former Anglo Irish chair Seán Fitzpatrick walks free as trial collapses

Anglo Irish Bank Ex-boss of bank formally acquitted of misleading auditors about multimillion-euro loans Former Anglo Irish Bank chair Seán Fitzpatrick leaves the Dublin circuit criminal court after a judge directed jurors to find him not guilty of fraud. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Anglo Irish Bank Former Anglo Irish chair Seán Fitzpatrick walks free as trial collapses Ex-boss of bank formally ...

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May's manifesto pledge on free school breakfasts 'undercosted'

General election 2017 Costs would far exceed Tory estimate of £60m a year, with a 20% takeup costing more than £170m, analysis finds The free breakfast offer in the Tory manifesto was to replace giving free lunches to all state-school pupils up until the age of seven. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo General election 2017 May’s manifesto pledge on free school ...

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