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There’s a reason the future is more troubling than the past | Oliver Burkeman | Life and style

‘Whenever a friend succeeds, a little something in me dies,” Gore Vidal remarked memorably, perhaps riffing on a quotation usually attributed to Somerset Maugham: “It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail.” But an intriguing recent study suggests that the mere prospect of a friend succeeding might...

Man faces jail for crude offences against women in Hull | UK news

A man has been told he faces a prison sentence of “some substance” after admitting a campaign of crude offences against women. Pawel Relowicz’s victims were left feeling “violated” by his actions, which included pleasuring himself in public, spying on women in compromising positions and stealing sexual items from...

Arsenal land Fiorentina in Women’s Champions League draw – live! | Football

7.57am EDT 07:57 The draw in full, and in reverse order to them being pulled out. FC Minsk v FC Zurich.Lugano v Manchester CityPitea v BrondbyMitrovica v WolfsburgBreidablik v Sparta PragueAnderlecht v BIIK-KazygurtSt. Pölten v FC TwenteIFK Gothenburg v Bayern MunichArsenal v FiorentinaRyazan-VDV v LyonChertanovo v Glasgow City FCVllaznia v...

Chaos in Harare as Zimbabwe riot police violently disperse protesters | World news

Riot police have charged hundreds of protesters in Zimbabwe and fired teargas, hours after a court ruled out an attempt by the opposition to overturn a ban on a planned demonstration. As leaders of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), the main opposition party, debated whether to call off...

Premier League countdown: Man City v Spurs buildup, team news and more – live! | Football

I’ve not really spoken to him about coming here specifically but I will do. A man who was so successful in Scottish football with the titles he won, I will call him and ask him about life in Glasgow, what Scottish football’s like and stuff like that....

Ashes 2019: England v Australia second Test, day three – live | Sport

5.05am EDT 05:05 Here’s how the most important 22 yards of cut and rolled London turf look this morning. You’d have to expect the variable bounce we witnessed yesterday will only continue, and it certainly looks dry enough for spin to become increasingly important. cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) Day three #Ashes pic.twitter.com/4NckJBxDYS August 16,...

London stock market trading delayed by technical problems – business live | Business

4.05am EDT 04:05 Frustration is mounting in the City. London’s stock market has now been frozen for an hour -- leaving traders unable to buy and sell shares in the 350 biggest companies listed on the FTSE. And they’ve still not said what’s gone wrong, or when the problem will be fixed. Updated at...

Honor 20 Pro review: it’s all about the camera | Technology

The Honor 20 Pro is the new flagship phone for Huawei’s cheaper offshoot, offering some of what made the Chinese firm the camera master but at £550 it is a little overpriced. The Honor 20 Pro is essentially the same phone as the £400 Honor 20 with a better...

Friday briefing: Trump draws Israel into war on congresswomen | World news

Top story: Netanyahu ‘implements president’s Muslim ban’ Good morning – Warren Murray with the news you need to know, now. There has been widespread condemnation after Donald Trump recruited Israel into his dispute with outspoken congresswomen by encouraging it to deny entry to Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, the first...

German MP sparks row after proposing an end to first-class rail travel | World news

A leading leftwing politician has sparked a row in Germany by proposing the rail operator Deutsche Bahn scraps first-class carriages to reduce overcrowding and improve energy efficiency. Bernd Riexinger, the co-leader of Die Linke party, said having two classes of travel in regional trains in particular made no sense...