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Bahrain to execute two activists despite concerns over torture

Bahrain’s highest court has upheld the death penalty against two men charged with killing a policeman, despite international concern over confessions that rights groups...

The Tories’ latest Brexit plans expose frictionless trade as a fiction

When Boris Johnson sold Brexit to the British electorate in 2016, his pledge was that it would be “frictionless”. Just how monumental this deceit...

Three in four UK firms unprepared for Brexit, study shows

Only one in four companies are prepared for Britain’s full departure from the European Union in five months time, company directors have warned. Manufacturing firms...

Bono campaign group accuses UK of wasting international aid budget

A development campaign group founded by Bono has accused the UK government of wasting a large chunk of its international aid budget and called...

The Observer view on post-Brexit UK-China relations

Anger and alarm about China is mounting rapidly in government circles and especially among Tory rightwingers, anxious about national security, unfair trade practices and...

Is too much trade at stake for Britain to stand up to Beijing?

When China’s ambassador to London, Liu Xiaoming, warned this month that there would be “countermeasures” if ministers interfered in Chinese internal affairs over Hong...

My allotment was once a casual hobby. Since lockdown, it’s become a lifeline | Alice O’Keefe

Smugness is a well-documented side-effect of having an allotment, and at this time of year, with raspberries, gooseberries, currants, new potatoes and other goodies...

Vast Brexit customs clearance centre to be built in Kent

The government has secretly purchased 11 hectares (27 acres) of land 20 miles from Dover to site a vast new Brexit customs clearance centre...

UK’s Magnitsky law does little to stem flow of dirty money from Russia

He is known as Vladimir Putin’s enforcer. Almost every criminal case in Russia – from Pussy Riot to anti-government street protests – passes his...

UK accused of ’empty talk’ as Bahrain activists face death penalty

The British government has been accused of “empty talk” over human rights as two pro-democracy campaigners in Bahrain face the death penalty. The UK has...

The Guardian view on Britain and China: fasten your seatbelts | Editorial

Five years ago George Osborne, then chancellor, promised a golden decade for Sino-British relations. The sheen was always deceptive, and the decade has ended...

Boris Johnson’s pledge to recruit 50,000 more NHS nurses is in doubt

Boris Johnson’s pledge to recruit 50,000 more NHS nurses is in doubt after the number coming from the EU fell again and coronavirus prevented...

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