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The death of consensus: how conflict came back to politics | Politics | The Guardian
New Labour’s ‘third way’ promised to end the clash between left and right. But did the fantasy of politics without strife create our age of anger?
politics 
9 hours ago
Theresa May in denial after her Salzburg ordeal | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian
PM pretends nothing has changed as EU leaders take turns to rubbish her Brexit plans
eu 
9 hours ago
Mercury prize 2018 is won by Wolf Alice for Visions of a Life | Music | The Guardian
Genre-hopping rockers claim £25,000 prize for an album the Guardian called ‘an exuberant jumble’
music 
9 hours ago
Labour's annual conference to focus on austerity and Brexit | Politics | The Guardian
The party says it plans to unveil new policies to ‘empower local communities’
labour  eu 
10 hours ago
Labour 'could win 1.5m more votes' by backing Brexit referendum | Politics | The Guardian
YouGov says endorsing ‘people’s vote’ would bring net gain in general election
labour  eu 
10 hours ago
Snapcraft - Snaps are universal Linux packages
Snaps are containerised software packages that are simple to create and install. They auto-update and are safe to run. And because they bundle their dependencies, they work on all major Linux systems without modification.
ubuntu 
11 hours ago
Like shopping 30 years ago: first Jack’s customers sample new store | Business | The Guardian
Tesco’s discount store sees feverish trade on opening day, but will the buzz keep shoppers away from Lidl and Aldi?
shopping 
12 hours ago
The EU couldn’t help May at Salzburg because she’s seeking the impossible | Rafael Behr | Opinion | The Guardian
The EU does not want to humiliate the prime minister or find a way to keep us in, says the Guardian columnist Rafael Behr
eu 
12 hours ago
Chequers plan is dead, says Tusk as Macron calls Brexiters liars | Politics | The Guardian
European council president rejects UK plan as French president ditches diplomatic niceties
eu 
12 hours ago
May humiliated by Salzburg ambush as she fights to save Chequers plan | Politics | The Guardian
PM on the defensive after EU leaders take turns to rubbish her plan – just a week before the Conservative conference
eu 
12 hours ago
See Douglas Engelbart present the earliest desktop computer
In 1968, computers got personal: How the “mother of all demos” changed the world.
tech  history  computing 
12 hours ago
FAQ: Ubuntu new theme - Desktop / Theme Refresh - Ubuntu Community Hub
Here is a small FAQ that we’ll complete as we see new common questions being asked.
When will the new theme released?
Simple answer: when it’s ready! Creating a theme, with correct icon assets, is quite long. Especially…
ubuntu 
13 hours ago
John Battelle's Search Blog If Software Is Eating the World, What Will Come Out the Other End?
So far, it's mostly shit. Seven or so years ago, a famous VC penned a manifesto of sorts. Writing at a time the world was still skeptical of the dominance to which his industry has now ascended (to think, such a time existed, and so few years ago!), Marc Andreessen had a message for the doubters,…
tech 
15 hours ago
Twitter
RT : Theresa May tells EU leaders at Salszburg that Britain is prepared to talk away without a Brexit deal. No it is not…
from twitter
15 hours ago
BBC - Tony Hall's speech to the RTS - Media Centre
Speech by the Director-General of the BBC, Tony Hall to the 2018 Royal Television Society London Conference.
bbc 
16 hours ago
Lenovo: Companies working in China may have to install local backdoors
Lenovo: Companies working in China may have to install local backdoors
thinkpad 
17 hours ago
'Not enough time' to hold referendum on final deal before Brexit | Politics | The Guardian
As pressure builds for ‘People’s Vote’, constitutional experts say it would take at least six months to organise
eu 
17 hours ago
Moment of truth: Labour's fraught path to MPs' crucial Brexit vote | Politics | The Guardian
Dominant issue on conference agenda presents formidable challenge for Corbyn and party
eu 
yesterday
BBC Club
BBC Club website
bbc 
yesterday
‘Would that all journeys were on foot’: writers on the joy of walking | Cities | The Guardian
Will Self on London, Fran Lebowitz on New York, Helen Garner on Melbourne and other writers’ love letters to urban pedestrianism
walking 
yesterday
Singled out: the Top 40 formats that fell by the wayside | Music | The Guardian
Remember when a pop rookie and grandee would team up? Or when a soap star could call in Beyoncé to guest on their single? We pay tribute to the song types consigned to chart history
music 
2 days ago
Don't cut BBC Parliament, Bercow urges corporation | Media | The Guardian
Commons Speaker calls on BBC director general to reverse plans to remove original programming from channel
bbc 
2 days ago
The BFR in Images: SpaceX's Giant Spaceship for Mars Colony & Beyond
On Sept. 29, 2017, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk unveiled the company’s latest Mars-colonization architecture, which centers on a rocket-spaceship combo dubbed the BFR (Big F***ing Rocket). See how it works in images.
space 
2 days ago
SpaceX Will Fly a Japanese Billionaire (and Artists, Too!) Around the Moon in 2023
A Japanese billionaire and a coterie of artists will become the first private citizens ever to fly beyond low-Earth orbit just five years from now, if all goes according to plan.
space 
2 days ago
Millennials United: Labor Unions Enjoy a Youthful Surge | Fast Forward | OZY
From nonprofits to digital newsrooms, Silicon Valley cafeterias to Hollywood writers’ rooms, unions are cropping up in unlikely places.
 
unions  us 
2 days ago
Twitter
There's still time to stop this disastrous Brexit. Our country needs jobs, investment and working public services.…
from twitter
2 days ago
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese | Bars and pubs in Smithfield, London
Everyone should pay at least one visit to this venerable Fleet Street landmark. It’s one of the oldest pubs in the city (rebuilt not long after the Great Fire o
london  pubs 
2 days ago
Princess Louise | Bars and pubs in Holborn, London
Let's be real: it's a Sam Smiths pub, which formerly signified excellent value but now indicates only middling value, along with bearable beverages. But let's t
london  pubs 
2 days ago
The Lyric | Bars and pubs in Soho, London
Small, slightly shambolic and with a jovial share-a-table type of vibe, The Lyric is a longstanding favourite, not least because its location near a fantastical
london  pubs 
2 days ago
French House | Bars and pubs in Soho, London
If you like to drink in places where the history’s as important as the drinks list, the Grade II-listed French House should be on your list. Charles de Gaulle u
london  pubs 
2 days ago
Old Ship | Bars and pubs in Ravenscourt Park, London
It’s a long walk from Hammersmith Bridge along a lazy bend in the Thames, a world away from belching buses and snarled-up traffic, but if you bypass a few pubs
london  pubs 
2 days ago
Dove | Bars and pubs in Ravenscourt Park, London
There are a few pubs amid the rowing clubs, dog-walkers and welcome benches on the Upper Mall embankment west of Hammersmith Bridge; this one is certainly the b
london  pubs 
2 days ago
Coach & Horses | Bars and pubs in Soho, London

This Soho institution may have mellowed somewhat since self-proclaimed ‘London’s rudest landlord’ Norman Balon finally hung up his polishing cloth in 2006, but
london  pubs 
2 days ago
BMW plans to shut Mini plant for a month after Brexit day | Business | The Guardian
Carmaker says Cowley closure minimises impact of supply disruption if there is no deal
cars  eu 
2 days ago
69 Best Pubs In London | Time Out’s Guide To London Boozers
London is famous for having some of the best pubs and with very good reason. With so many to choose from, though, here's Time Out’s Guide To London Boozers.
london  drink  pubs 
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