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  • Joss Ackland as Galileo in The Life of Galileo by Bertolt Brecht, at the Mermaid theatre, London, in 1963.

    Sheer stupidity is a threat to our scientific progress

    Letters: Prof AM Cel?l ?eng?r, Damian Pattinson and Jack Whalen respond to Giorgio Parisi’s article about how the world lost its trust in scientists
  • Protest And Counter-protest Against Housing Migrants In Hotels<br>NORWICH, ENGLAND - JULY 1: Stand Up To Racism protesters place a placard calling for Home Secretary Suella Braverman to be ousted outside The Brook Hotel on July 1, 2023 in Norwich, England. The East Anglian Patriots hold a demonstration outside The Brook Hotel. They say no more migrants put up in hotels in Norwich. (Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images)

    Suella Braverman’s message of divide and rule must be resisted

  • The Liberal Democrats Autumn Conference - Day Three<br>BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 25: Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats, poses with a cann prop in the exhibition hall, at Bournemouth International Centre, at Bournemouth International Centre on September 25, 2023 in Bournemouth, England. The Liberal Democrats are the third largest political party by number of votes in the UK. Led by Ed Davey, MP for Kingston and Surbiton, they campaign on seven core values: liberty, equality, democracy, community, human rights, internationalism, and environmentalism. (Photo by Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)

    Electoral advice the Lib Dems should heed

  • Branches of Bramley apple tree.

    How?can it be legal to chop down trees?

  • Rear view of man removing book from shelf while standing in store.

    English literature is anything but insular

  • The first copies of the Sun newspaper roll off the printing press.

    David Davis’s delusion about our ‘free’ press

  • Will ditching inheritance tax make British society a fairer place?

  • Uniforms have no place in schools today

  • An?egg-cellent snack that beats all others

  • UN?refugee convention works and is as necessary as ever

  • There’s no need for a British baccalaureate

  • Early family intervention is vital for care system to be effective

  • The?truth about Rupert Murdoch’s legacy

  • Let’s hear it for foreign literature and films

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  • ‘I got up early and cycled along the river to near Bulcote, Nottinghamshire, hoping for some mist. A short while after, the sun hit the fields, mist began to form and then geese flew past, making a bright and interesting photo of the sunrise.’

    Golden geese and a lounging lizard – readers’ best photos

  • ‘Sunrise at West Kirby Marine Lake.’

    A?new dawn and a nut roast – readers’ best photos

    A selection of Guardian readers’ photographs from around the world
  • Male Steller sea lions bonding in the afternoon sun at the Plumper Islands, Canada.

    Sunbathing sea lions and a Baku beauty – readers’ best photos

    A selection of Guardian readers’ photographs from around the world
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