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Jeanne Socrates has sailed into the history books as the oldest person to navigate the world, alone and unassisted. The British 77-year-old completed the journey in 320 days despite her boat sustaining damage to its sail and solar panels being lost overboard.

Jeanne Socrates has sailed into the history books as the oldest person to navigate the world, alone and unassisted. 
The British 77-year-old completed the journey in 320 days despite her boat sustaining damage to its sail and solar panels being lost overboard.

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2019-09-10 19:24:26

The last time bookshops saw this much action at midnight on a weekday, a certain boy wizard was on the shelves. The launch of Margaret Atwood's much-anticipated The Testaments saw hundreds of fans queue in London's Piccadilly. Swipe to see their reaction on the night.

The last time bookshops saw this much action at midnight on a weekday, a certain boy wizard was on the shelves.

The launch of Margaret Atwood's much-anticipated The Testaments saw hundreds of fans queue in London's Piccadilly. 
Swipe to see their reaction on the night.

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2019-09-10 16:57:55

“The LGBTQ community is here to stay,” wrote illustrator @jimcheungart after his comic came under fire by the mayor of Rio de Janeiro for featuring a gay kiss. Evangelical mayor, Marcelo Crivella ordered a Brazilian book fair to wrap copies of ‘Avengers: The Children’s Crusade’ in black plastic before sending inspectors to try and seize copies. But the attempt to remove the comic failed after copies of LGBTQ books at the fair sold out. At the fair, YouTuber Felipe Neto gave away thousands of copies of books with LGBTQ themes, wrapped in plastic with the warning: “Book inappropriate for backward … and prejudiced people.”

“The LGBTQ community is here to stay,” wrote illustrator @jimcheungart after his comic came under fire by the mayor of Rio de Janeiro for featuring a gay kiss.

Evangelical mayor, Marcelo Crivella ordered a Brazilian book fair to wrap copies of ‘Avengers: The Children’s Crusade’ in black plastic before sending inspectors to try and seize copies. But the attempt to remove the comic failed after copies of LGBTQ books at the fair sold out. 
At the fair, YouTuber Felipe Neto gave away thousands of copies of books with LGBTQ themes, wrapped in plastic with the warning: “Book inappropriate for backward … and prejudiced people.”

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2019-09-10 13:04:41

Thousands have been forced to evacuate near Tokyo as one of the strongest typhoons made landfall on Monday. Typhoon Faxai hit the Japanese capital with record-breaking winds and heavy rain. Authorities have ordered 5,000 people in Chiba and nearby Kanagawa prefecture to evacuate, according to public broadcaster NHK. Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters nearly a million households are without power with reports of one death. The storm has caused more than 100 flights to be cancelled and scores of train lines to be closed. Photo credits: Getty Images / AP / AFP / Kyodo News via AP / AFP

Thousands have been forced to evacuate near Tokyo as one of the strongest typhoons made landfall on Monday.

Typhoon Faxai hit the Japanese capital with record-breaking winds and heavy rain. Authorities have ordered 5,000 people in Chiba and nearby Kanagawa prefecture to evacuate, according to public broadcaster NHK.

Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters nearly a million households are without power with reports of one death. 
The storm has caused more than 100 flights to be cancelled and scores of train lines to be closed.

Photo credits: Getty Images / AP / AFP / Kyodo News via AP / AFP

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2019-09-09 19:08:43

The New Zealand government has announced an ambitious plan to clean up the country’s freshwater sources, after years of pollution have made the majority of lakes and rivers unswimmable.It's set aside NZ$229m (US$145m) to help farmers transition to more environmentally friendly farming practices, but the farming community isn't happy, claiming the government has thrown the sector “under a tractor”. Beef, sheep and deer farming, along with fertiliser run-off and deforestation have all contributed to the degradation of water quality. The country's environment minister said that “if we don’t fix things now they only get worse and will be more expensive to fix." On 6 September 2019, we featured a photo of dead fish in Australia to accompany our Instagram post about this story. Our thanks to the Instagram users who alerted us to this mistake in the comments.

The New Zealand government has announced an ambitious plan to clean up the country’s freshwater sources, after years of pollution have made the majority of lakes and rivers unswimmable.It's set aside NZ$229m (US$145m) to help farmers transition to more environmentally friendly farming practices, but the farming community isn't happy, claiming the government has thrown the sector “under a tractor”. Beef, sheep and deer farming, along with fertiliser run-off and deforestation have all contributed to the degradation of water quality. The country's environment minister said that “if we don’t fix things now they only get worse and will be more expensive to fix." On 6 September 2019, we featured a photo of dead fish in Australia to accompany our Instagram post about this story. Our thanks to the Instagram users who alerted us to this mistake in the comments.

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2019-09-09 16:46:18

Thousands of delegates and exhibitors are expected to attend Europe’s biggest arms fair in London on Tuesday. The controversial DSEI trade show has become a focus for protesters. So far, at least 116 people have been arrested for offences, including aggravated trespass and obstruction of the highway. Campaigners have accused the government of making a disproportionate effort to support the industry. Liz Truss, the international trade secretary, and Ben Wallace, the defence secretary are both due to speak at the exhibition. Last year, British arms sales rose to a record £14bn, with the majority going to the Gulf nations. Photo: Penelope Barritt/REX/Shutterstock

Thousands of delegates and exhibitors are expected to attend Europe’s biggest arms fair in London on Tuesday.

The controversial DSEI trade show has become a focus for protesters. So far, at least 116 people have been arrested for offences, including aggravated trespass and obstruction of the highway. 
Campaigners have accused the government of making a disproportionate effort to support the industry. Liz Truss, the international trade secretary, and Ben Wallace, the defence secretary are both due to speak at the exhibition.

Last year, British arms sales rose to a record £14bn, with the majority going to the Gulf nations.

Photo: Penelope Barritt/REX/Shutterstock

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2019-09-09 12:58:05

The UK’s love of fast fashion is unsustainable. Every week, 11m items of clothing end up in landfill, while the textile industry creates more CO2 emissions than aviation and shipping combined. To raise awareness of the industry’s impact on the environment, Oxfam charity has launched Second Hand September, a campaign urging people to resist the temptation of buying new clothes. To mark the occasion, we asked our readers to share the stories behind their favourite secondhand finds. Do you have a treasured secondhand item in your wardrobe? Photos: @eleni.stefanou

The UK’s love of fast fashion is unsustainable. Every week, 11m items of clothing end up in landfill, while the textile industry creates more CO2 emissions than aviation and shipping combined.

To raise awareness of the industry’s impact on the environment, Oxfam charity has launched Second Hand September, a campaign urging people to resist the temptation of buying new clothes. To mark the occasion, we asked our readers to share the stories behind their favourite secondhand finds. Do you have a treasured secondhand item in your wardrobe?

Photos: @eleni.stefanou

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2019-09-08 16:30:57

Author Margaret Atwood is releasing the long-awaited sequel to her 1985 best-seller, The Handmaid's Tale. Set 15 years after the first book, The Testaments offers a glimpse of life in Gilead through the eyes of three women. If you're in the UK, pick up The Guardian today for a copy of the very first extract from The Testaments. Plus a voucher to purchase the book for £9 at WHSmiths. Illustration: @nathalielees

Author Margaret Atwood is releasing the long-awaited sequel to her 1985 best-seller, The Handmaid's Tale. Set 15 years after the first book, The Testaments offers a glimpse of life in Gilead through the eyes of three women.

If you're in the UK, pick up The Guardian today for a copy of the very first extract from The Testaments. Plus a voucher to purchase the book for £9 at WHSmiths.

Illustration: @nathalielees

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2019-09-07 10:12:05

Is Hollywood becoming more inclusive? There were more leading roles for women and people of colour in blockbusters in 2018 than any previous year, according to a new survey from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. There was less progress for other minorities. Just 1.3% of characters in the year’s top 100 box-office hits were LGBTQ, and none were transgender. Just 2% of characters had a disability – a four-year low. Behind-the-camera representation remains worse. Across the 12 years the survey has been analysing the industry, 4.3% of directors were female and 3.2% were Asian: figures that remain essentially static.

Is Hollywood becoming more inclusive?

There were more leading roles for women and people of colour in blockbusters in 2018 than any previous year, according to a new survey from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

There was less progress for other minorities. Just 1.3% of characters in the year’s top 100 box-office hits were LGBTQ, and none were transgender. Just 2% of characters had a disability – a four-year low.

Behind-the-camera representation remains worse. Across the 12 years the survey has been analysing the industry, 4.3% of directors were female and 3.2% were Asian: figures that remain essentially static.

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2019-09-06 23:46:38

Donald Trump has sparked uproar after displaying a map of Hurricane Dorian's path featuring an extra loop drawn in marker pen – in an apparent attempt to validate previous claims the state of Alabama could be affected. Over the weekend, as Dorian struck the Bahamas, the president issued a torrent of tweets. One mistakenly warned that Alabama would also be impacted. Just 20 minutes later, the National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama, tweeted: "Alabama will NOT see any impacts from #Dorian. We repeat, no impacts from Hurricane #Dorian will be felt across Alabama. The system will remain too far east.” Video: James MacWhirter

Donald Trump has sparked uproar after displaying a map of Hurricane Dorian's path featuring an extra loop drawn in marker pen – in an apparent attempt to validate previous claims the state of Alabama could be affected.

Over the weekend, as Dorian struck the Bahamas, the president issued a torrent of tweets. One mistakenly warned that Alabama would also be impacted.

Just 20 minutes later, the National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama, tweeted: "Alabama will NOT see any impacts from #Dorian. We repeat, no impacts from Hurricane #Dorian will be felt across Alabama. The system will remain too far east.” Video: James MacWhirter

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2019-09-05 19:02:31

Boris Johnson faced humiliation at prime minister’s questions when MPs clapped and cheered Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi who demanded he apologise for comparing Muslim women to letterboxes and launch an inquiry into Islamophobia. The prime minister said his comments were "a strong liberal defence of what women wear", adding: "Under this government we have the most diverse cabinet in the history of this country".

Boris Johnson faced humiliation at prime minister’s questions when MPs clapped and cheered Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi who demanded he apologise for comparing Muslim women to letterboxes and launch an inquiry into Islamophobia.

The prime minister said his comments were "a strong liberal defence of what women wear", adding: "Under this government we have the most diverse cabinet in the history of this country".

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2019-09-05 17:12:53

This week has gone from bad to worse for Boris Johnson, with the prime minister's brother today announcing he is standing down as an MP. Jo Johnson said he was "torn between family loyalty and the national interest." The brothers have very different ideas about Brexit, and he was upset about the treatment of sacked Tory rebels he was closer to politically. Jo Johnson has now become the only minister to resign twice over Brexit. In November last year he resigned as a transport minister in Theresa May's government because he couldn't support the withdrawal agreement.

This week has gone from bad to worse for Boris Johnson, with the prime minister's brother today announcing he is standing down as an MP. Jo Johnson said he was "torn between family loyalty and the national interest." The brothers have very different ideas about Brexit, and he was upset about the treatment of sacked Tory rebels he was closer to politically. 
Jo Johnson has now become the only minister to resign twice over Brexit. In November last year he resigned as a transport minister in Theresa May's government because he couldn't support the withdrawal agreement.

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2019-09-05 13:01:47

 

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