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France suspends 3,000 unvaccinated health workers without pay

France has suspended 3,000 health workers without pay for refusing the Covid vaccine.The health minister, Olivier Véran, said the staff had been notified in...

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo to run for French presidency

The Socialist mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, has announced a bid for the French presidency, saying that as a woman with working-class, immigrant roots...

Europe’s reputation as a cosmopolitan haven has been exposed as a mirage | Hans Kundnani

When Kabul fell in mid-August, almost the first reaction of European leaders was fear of another wave of refugees arriving on the continent. “We...

An actor, two big bees and a lot of experts: a week spent tackling the planet’s problems

At times in Marseille’s early autumn sun, pre-pandemic life felt tantalisingly close at the world’s largest conservation gathering since Covid began. Scientists presented the...

France’s former health minister charged over handling of Covid crisis

France’s former health minister Agnès Buzyn has been charged over her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic after investigators at a special court in Paris...

Who will take on Macron in France’s 2022 presidential race?

At rush hour at Paris’s Saint-Lazare station, activists, including a civil servant in a government ministry and a former climate-change protester, were out canvassing...

Wanted: a true leader for Europe now Merkel’s reluctant reign is over

Advancing Panzer tanks and Wehrmacht divisions once symbolised German ambitions to dominate Europe. Eighty years on, the position is wholly reversed. Blitzkrieg has been...

Michel Barnier joins long list of leaders vying to unite French centre-right

This week’s declaration by Michel Barnier, the former EU chief negotiator on Brexit, that he aims to run for French president has added to...
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Clive Sinclair and the offbeat brilliance of the ZX Spectrum

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All hail the shacket, and 20 years of other great (and not so great) outfits | Jess Cartner-Morley

For 20 years, I have been dressing up every week in the look I write about in this column. Today I’m in a shacket,...

From masala dosa to smoked lobster: the 10 best eats in Edinburgh – locals’ picks

From the best street eats to the most innovative delicacies being plated up today, the Scottish capital has never been more of a vibrant...

‘Truly peculiar’: loggerhead turtles born in most northern spot ever recorded

Eggs that were laid on a sandy beach in northern Italy by a loggerhead sea turtle, or Caretta Caretta, have hatched in what scientists...