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Securing a UK summer holiday may be a losing battle now, but there are always day trips. And few places have captured the imagination this summer quite like the ‘Kent Riviera’. Under an hour and a half from London, via the high-speed train from St Pancras, this stretch of coast has long been popular with DFLs (Down from Londoners), as locals witheringly call the visitors who come to slurp oysters and stumble along the shingle beaches. Each Kent coast town has a distinctive personality, from Whit
The Truth About Lies by Aja Raden review – a history of deceit, hoaxes and consFrom snake-oil salesmen to the origins of the mermaid – why people lie, and why we always want to believe The most compelling hoaxes start with a nugget of truth … an advertisement for snake oil from the 1940s. Photograph: Retro AdArchives/Alamy
In 1716, Giacomo Pagliano left the Sicilian port of Messina on a ship laden with goods bound for the Adriatic coast city of Ancona. Sicily had become an important stop on trade routes criss-crossing the Mediterranean, and this departure was no different to the likely dozens on any given day. With his cargo, Giacomo carried with him a rather ornate document explaining that he and his crew were “free from diseases” and permitting entry to various docks without the need to quarantine. With a devast
Former NBA star and current TNT analyst Charles Barkley is clearly not amused by all those folks who refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine. “Yes, I’m vaccinated,” Barkley said, according to CNBC. “Everybody should be vaccinated. Period." “The only people who are not vaccinated are just a--holes,” he added, agreeing with a sentiment recently expressed by the GOP governor of his home state of Alabama. The NBA icon likened getting the shot to having to abide by the protocols put in place at a regular jo
Which countries are on the travel green list? Looking forward to a summer holiday? Prepare for chaos Holiday bingo: What to look out for on your travels France is touted to move back to the amber list, allowing fully vaccinated Britons to return home without facing quarantine, reports suggest. However, ministers are "getting jumpy" about the number of Beta cases in parts of Spain ahead of the Government’s review of the traffic light lists, according to a Whitehall source quoted by The Daily Mail
The Country of Others by Leïla Slimani review – a compelling exploration of the past. The bestselling author of Lullaby works her dangerous magic on her own family history in this first novel of a planned trilogy
Intimacies by Katie Kitamura review – how it feels to be utterly adrift. The cracks in the rootless, unnamed narrator’s life widen in an addictively mysterious novel that explores both ambiguity and claustrophobic specificity
‘I have a scene to do, run!’: backstage at Minack TheatreOur photojournalist explores the famed outdoor venue in Cornwall as it welcomes back full houses A performance at The Winter’s Tale by OVO at Minack Theatre in Cornwall Photograph: Jonny Weeks/The Guardian
A moment that changed me: my mother died – and I became my brother’s legal guardianI had told my mum that I would look after Declan after her death. But standing in an airport car park, the ramifications began to rush through my head Niall Doherty (right) with his mum and Declan. Photograph: Courtesy of Niall Doherty
All employees of the city of Los Angeles will be required to either get a COVID-19 vaccine or submit to weekly COVID-19 tests, Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council President Nury Martinez announced Tuesday. Details about implementing the mandate are still being finalized, but departments of city government have until Aug. 13 to issue a report about how many of their employees have received a vaccine. "The fourth wave is here, and the choice for Angelenos couldn’t be clearer: Get vaccinated or ge
First it was Naomi Osaka, now weeks later a tearful Simone Biles. Two of the biggest names in sport have publicly revealed that they are struggling with their mental health -- and they could be the catalyst for wider change.
A Worthy Farm camping trip isn’t quite Glasto, but it’s the best we’ll get this year. There’s less noise and fewer people, but a family trip to the Glastonbury site delivers enough of the festival experience to make great memories
People vaccinated against Covid-19 in high-risk parts of the United States should resume wearing masks indoors, the top health authority said Tuesday, a major reversal in guidance that underscored the country's struggle to suppress the Delta variant.