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London Irish’s demise should terrify those in rugby’s corridors of power

theguardian.com > sport > jun

...London Irish have finally followed Worcester and Wasps in being kicked out of the league, the financial mess that engulfs club rugby growing deeper... ...The reasons behind Irish"s downfall are different to that of Worcester and Wasps but no less chilling for the sport If one is misfortune and two... ...Bruce Craig is said to have pumped a few more million into the club and Finn Russell"s arrival will be greeted with great fanfare.... ...Until it does, the worry is that London Irish will not be the third and last to fall. For now there are 10 green bottles sitting on the wall....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  4+ hour, 6+ min ago

States haven’t stopped spying on their citizens, post-Snowden – they’ve just got sneakier

theguardian.com > commentisfree > jun

...The UK"s online safety bill is one of them It's been 10 years since Edward Snowden holed up in a Hong Kong hotel room and exposed Britain and America"s... ...His bombshell revelations revealed how the US and UK governments were spying on their citizens, intercepting, processing and storing their data,... ...Finally, the Home Office convened a panel (of which I was a part, alongside an ex minister, former security chiefs and Martha Lane Fox) that produced... ...A review by David Anderson QC, the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, was more circumspect and suggested a series of improvements....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  31+ min ago

Ella Baron on Prince Harry giving evidence to the phone-hacking ...

theguardian.com > commentisfree > picture > jun

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula inspired by writings of maverick Scotswoman

theguardian.com > uk-news > jun

...Research into folklore of Transylvania by 19th century writer Emily Gerard directly inspired author of famous novel The nefarious thirst for human... ...But the gruesome details came not from Stoker"s own imagination but from the factual works of a maverick Scottish author, Emily Gerard, whose research... ...Searching his ancestor"s notes, which are kept at the Rosenbach Museum in Philadelphia, he discovered significant references to Gerard"s research... ...“The first document that I found her name was an interview that Bram gave to Jane Stoddart in the British Weekly....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  43+ min ago

An explosion, then another human and ecological catastrophe began in Ukraine

theguardian.com > world > jun

...A security guard was killed.... ...In the early hours of Tuesday morning Nova Kakhovka dam effectively ceased to exist – and soon the devastation became apparent In the early hours... ...Residents living alongside the river in the occupied southern-bank town of Nova Kakhovka reported hearing a huge bang.... ...Soon the crossing which spanned the Dnipro River was washed away entirely....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  7+ hour, 14+ min ago

‘The change in pace is crazy’: AI boosts climate information translation drive

theguardian.com > environment > jun

...Since founding Climate Cardinals three years ago to improve global climate literacy, Sophia Kianni, 21, has built a network of 9,000 young volunteers... ...Google-designed tools help 9,000 young Climate Cardinals volunteers who translate reports into more than 100 languages A network of young volunteers... ..., who is studying science, technology and society at Stanford University in the heart of Silicon Valley.... ...By trialling Google Cloud"s new AI-powered Translation Hub platform, Climate Cardinals has translated an additional 800,000 words into more than...

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  11+ hour, 14+ min ago

Debt collectors, dodgy turf and medical bills: the brutal realities of life in MLR

theguardian.com > sport > jun

...first Major League Rugby playoff place.... ...But just before they bussed two-and-a-half hours south-east to Houston for their final game of the regular season, their coach, Sam Harris, called... ...The following week, their sibling team, the Los Angeles Giltinis (also owned by and named for an Australian entrepreneur, Adam Gilchrist) was also... ...Harris broke the news: the Gilgronis were disqualified....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  35+ min ago

Novak Djokovic into French Open semis with fighting win over Karen Khachanov

theguardian.com > sport > jun

...Stefanos Tsitsipas.... ...Novak Djokovic worked through a sluggish, flat start before recovering to reach the semi-finals of the French Open.... ...Alcaraz and Tsitsipas will do battle in Tuesday night's feature match.... ...his recovery against Khachanov indicates that more progress has been made....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  1+ hour, 35+ min ago

Dam breach could be Ukraine’s ‘worst ecological disaster since Chornobyl’

theguardian.com > world > jun

...Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy called an emergency meeting of his security council after the partial collapse of one of the biggest dams... ...to subside before fully assessing the environmental impact of the Kakhovka dam breach, but one former minister warned that this could prove the... ...German foreign minister Annalena Baerbock blamed Russia"s invasion of Ukraine for the collapse and described the explosion as an “environmental catastrophe... ...The International Energy Agency tweeted that its experts at Zaporizhzhia, which is 160km upstream, are closely monitoring the situation....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  49+ min ago

Woking council may face £1bn hit from property investment spree

theguardian.com > society > jun

...Figures suggest insolvency-threatened council in Surrey faces huge write-down on its assets Woking council risks a financial hit worth £1bn amid... ...The Surrey council is on the brink of insolvency, with a possible section 114 notice, signalling it cannot balance its budget, believed to be imminent... ...Figures obtained by the Municipal Journal, a local government trade publication, suggested the write-down could be worth up to £1bn.... ...Croydon, and Slough, each of which attempted to offset the impact of government funding cuts by using cheap Treasury loans to try to create alternative...

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