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# The Guardian

All time
# Alan Rusbridger
Máiría Cahill: apology by ex-Guardian editor over 2014 column 'not worth the paper it's written on'
The column in the newspaper questioned how the BBC investigated Cahill’s claim she was raped.
# Media
BBC and The Guardian announce hundreds of job cuts
The BBC intends to implement 520 cuts and The Guardian newspaper plans to axe 180 jobs.
# Media
The Guardian apologises for editorial which said David Cameron felt 'privileged pain' over death of his young son
The Guardian says the article “fell far short of our standards”.
# Tom Penn
Boris Johnson under pressure to 'explain' late-night incident after neighbour goes public
MP Liam Fox said today it would be “easier” for the Tory leadership contender to clarify what happened.
# Cloudy sky
Sky plays down suggestion that channels may be pulled in Ireland in event of no-deal Brexit
Broadcasters including Discovery, Disney and Viacom could be pulled from Irish viewers in 2019 if they fall foul of EU law.
# Commuting
5 long read podcasts that will make next week's commute much more bearable
Five topics to learn about: from Swedish pop sensation Robyn to free speech.
# Alastair Cook
Tiger's twilight, farewell Captain Cook and all the week's best sportswriting
Stick on the kettle and settle into some of our favourite sports articles from this week.
# Advice
Vote again on Brexit, Jurgen Klopp urges
The 50-year-old says the British people were sold short in the original campaign in 2016.
# oxfam uk
Oxfam chief executive says criticism over prostitution scandal has been 'disproportionate'
Chief executive Mark Goldring has repeatedly apologised for failings in the way the charity dealt with claims of sexual misconduct.
# Football weekly
James Richardson and Football Weekly - the undisputed pioneer of football podcasts
Enigmatic host James Richardson leaves the podcast after more than a decade at the helm.
# house of cards
Why our love of football makes its betrayal by Fifa so hurtful
In his latest book, The Fall of the House of Fifa, David Conn shows that not everything is black and white at the top of world football.
# Rock Bottom
Paul Ryan says Republican should apologise for 'bodyslamming' Guardian reporter
Republican incumbent in Montana Greg Gianforte took umbrage with a question asked of him by Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs.
# Front Pages
''Terror at the Arena' - British papers react to Manchester atrocity
The Sun described the attack as a “Slaughter of the Innocents”.
# ah lads
The Guardian made a hames of Ireland on its Brexit front page this morning
The missing piece of the puzzle.
# Well now
An article in The Guardian says the future belongs to ghee
Introducing the phrase “ghee-consuming.”
# cash siphon
Former Guardian editor says Facebook hoovered up over €20 million of its advertising income last year
Alan Rusbridger says Facebook is “taking all the money” because “they have algorithms we don’t understand”.
# President Assad
Millions in UN state aid given to organisations run by Syrian President's family
Analysis by The Guardian has shown that millions have been allocated in aid to these organisations – despite EU and US sanctions.
# Nauru Files
Revealed: Child abuse, assault and sexual bribery on Australia's refugee island
Over 2,000 incident reports detailing the abuse of asylum-seekers were leaked to The Guardian Australia.
# langer
An amazing comment on The Guardian explains why Cork people have such magnificent penises
Backed up by, eh, science.
# London
Police officer sentenced for voyeurism
Police Constable Irshad Kamal remains under suspension.
# graeme robertson
This award-winning photographer has seen it all - and the stress even gave him alopecia
We spoke to award-winning photographer Graeme Robertson about his photographs of people with disabilities.
# Defamation
Cork fishermen to sue The Guardian over migrant workers article
The lawsuit relates to an article published in The Guardian in November.
# Cream of the Crop
2 PL stars make the top 10 as The Guardian's 100 best footballers list is revealed
Meanwhile, two Irish players feature way down the pecking order.
# text me back
Everyone's talking about this *intense* open letter in today's Guardian
“My dear godson, I’ve decided that I should end all ties with you.”
# trafficked to ireland
Minister says undocumented fishermen not entitled to work permits
A government working group is to examine allegations of abuse in Ireland’s fishing industry.
# trafficked to ireland
Major investigation by The Guardian lays bare 'modern slavery' on Irish fishing trawlers
The year-long investigation says workers are being trafficked to Ireland.
# Poll
Would you baptise your child to get them into a school?
Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan has said that she is not comfortable with the concept.
# tights forever
5 reasons why black tights are the most important item in any woman's wardrobe
The Guardian asked when it’s ‘socially acceptable’ to wear black tights. We say: ALWAYS.
# the outing
The LGBT matchmaking festival kicks off today - and the world's media will be here to cover it
Fáilte Ireland has invited a consortium of journalists to see just how LGBT tourism-friendly Ireland has become.
# so many layers
A journalist for The Guardian has finally lost the plot
“God, I’m so tired…”
# listen up
6 football podcasts you should subscribe to this season
We are just days away from the return of the Premier League.
# lindy west
This fat bride wrote about being a fat bride and lit up the internet
“This life of yours, fat girls. Eat it up”.
# Controversial
Jimmy Saville brought back to life in chilling new stage portrayal
Alistair McGowan’s performance has been described as “repellently convincing” by The Guardian.
# marie bock
Meet the former accountant who dumpster dives and lives in New York City on $5,000 a year
She even manages to make it along to the opera occasionally.
# dig i tal
The Guardian just dealt a killer burn to Enda Kenny
Can’t take him anywhere.
# accolade
7 Irish players make The Guardian's European best XV of the past 20 years
Munster’s Paul O’Connell is among the legends to make the cut for the fantasy team.
# Claim
Book links ex-Bradford chairman to Valley Parade tragedy and 8 other fires
Martin Fletcher, who fled the fire, which killed his brother, father, uncle and grandfather, has released a book on the incident.
# Dilemma
The Observer's agony aunt was presented with quite the dilemma today
Sorry, what?
# Euro Trash
British press unimpressed by Mourinho's 'toxic' Chelsea
“We’re supposed to be the richest league in the world with some of the best players,” Jamie Carragher said. “We are miles away and we’re getting kidded.”
# Support
Thousands raised for arrested Sierra Leone athlete living rough in London
Jimmy Thoronka vanished after competing in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last summer.