Guardian (newspaper)

 
Who is Arron Banks — the bad boy of Brexit?
Who is Arron Banks — the bad boy of Brexit?
If the media reports in the UK and American press are anything to go by, before 2014, few outside the UK private sector knew the name Arron Banks...
You can’t hide who you are
You can’t hide who you are
Perhaps it’s a product you perused while shopping online that now stalks you across the internet, or diamond rings and honeymoon packages that...
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Britain's Guardian newspaper has published less than 1% of the information leaked by US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and kept...
UK agents destroyed hard drives over Snowden leaks
UK agents destroyed hard drives over Snowden leaks
The paper's editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger on Monday made the claim in an opinion piece published on...
UK government defends Murdoch ties
UK government defends Murdoch ties
Britain's Conservative-led government denied on Saturday that it was too close to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-hit media empire, as the mogul apologised for phone hacking by one of his tabloids in full-page newspaper ads across the country....
Rath drops libel claim against the Guardian
Rath drops libel claim against the Guardian
Vitamin entreprenur Matthias Rath has dropped a million-pound libel claim against the Guardian over his activities in townships in South...
'Affectionate gesture' sparks a global storm
'Affectionate gesture' sparks a global storm
In basketball terms, the story written this week by the British Guardian's Madrid-based sports writer, Sid Lowe, looked like a slam dunk....

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