The Observer - 22 Nov 2020

Table of content - The Observer (22 Nov 2020)

20 best Christmas recipes
Johnson ‘acted illegally’ over jobs for top anti-Covid staff
Pompeii gives up its secrets
Welby warns Tories against overseas aid cut
Sarah Cooper
A campaigner’s story
Archbishop warns against cuts to aid
Trump takes denial of defeat to G20 summit
Cutting aid is no way to advance the cause of global Britain
Art world’s dismay at fate of London home of hellraising French poets
No contest ... the three anti-Covid staff in spotlight over case to win judicial review Chair of the vaccine taskforce
The crucial figures who are at the heart of the fight against the pandemic are now under intense scrutiny
Head of NHS Test and Trace and chair of the National Institute of Health Protection
‘I really don’t like acts of dishonesty by the state’
Has Britain’s second largest city reached breaking point?
250,000 deaths and rising: the US at bay
The five key questions posed to government about top appointments
Johnson faces challenge over Covid posts
Director of testing at NHS Test and Trace
Johnson under pressure over winter plans as scientists back tight rules for Christmas
Johnson under pressure over winter plans as scientists back tight rules for Christmas
Skateboards take off for a new generation
Hold the 18-course dinners: Noma’s chef opens a burger restaurant
Naff gifts and bad jokes? No, all I want this year is a personalised cracker
British ski workers set to lose jobs after Brexit
Existential threat to central London as commuters embrace suburbs, warns Sadiq Khan
Let us disobey: churches defy lockdown with secret services
Why London keeps the mayor awake at night
Early results of Liverpool mass testing ‘helping to reduce spread of virus’
Let us disobey: churches defy lockdown with secret services
Why would any scientist want to spread false information about Covid?
Officials ‘blocked access to witness’ in Patel inquiry
Prime Minister regards due process as beneath his government
Scottish judges rule Lockerbie documents will remain secret
Ruin with a view: plan to turn Scottish castles into enchanting hotels
Ruin with a view: plan to turn Scottish castles into enchanting hotels
Revealed: new equalities commissioner attacked ‘modern feminism’ and MeToo
Labour infighting inquiry ‘damages Starmer’s position’
Ministers take a fresh swipe at lawyers with accusation of ‘playing politics’
Independent Sage scientists to join battle on climate crisis
Ministers take a fresh swipe at lawyers with accusation of ‘playing politics’
Give me a bloke in a dress over one who runs scared of being ‘unmanly’
Rashford is too fast on his feet to be brought down by haters
Who could not be gripped by the Wagatha Christie case?
Let’s flip again Skateboards take off for a new generation
Let’s flip again Skateboards take off for a new generation
Ex-PMs unite in Australia in bid to curb power of Murdoch empire
Snapshot
If I’m not in on Friday, I might be dead…
The figures
Case studies
Deadpool goes to Wrexham ... wary fans ponder their star benefactors
One little straggler ... the swallow that didn’t fly south for winter
One little straggler ... the swallow that didn’t fly south for winter
PM backtracks in devolution row
UK and Canada agree trade deal
William’s fears for new fathers
D-day looms in Trump donor’s fight for giant London venue
Move over, millennials. Boomers are actually the green generation
We’ll have to cut vital services without £4bn help, say councils
British ski workers set to lose seasonal jobs after Brexit
Spending review gives tarnished Sunak one more chance to shine
British ski workers set to lose seasonal jobs after Brexit
We’ll have to cut vital services without £4bn help, say councils
Snapshot
Facebook condemned for hosting neo-Nazi network with UK links
Why do those in power think the rules are for others, not for them?
Biden’s begging bowl demeans the world’s most powerful post
Secret UN report reveals fears of long and bitter war in Ethiopia
If country descends into chaos, it could take the Horn of Africa with it
Haute-cuisine hamburger
Ex-president goes on trial
Hold the 18-course dinners: Noma’s chef opens up a burger joint
Thai teenagers tell rulers: ‘We’re the meteorite and you are the dinosaurs’
Sarkozy in dock as ‘historic trial’ over corruption finally begins
New Pompeii find: were they master and slave?
Will Ivanka and Jared get a warm welcome or the cold shoulder from Manhattan’s elite?
250,000 DEATHS AND RISING: THE US AT BAY
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250,000 DEATHS AND RISING: THE US AT BAY
Remembering Selena The inspirational legacy of a murdered star
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Remembering Selena: the inspirational legacy of a murdered star
Hope or despair: who is right about the future of America?
Remembering Selena: the inspirational legacy of a murdered star
Has Britain’s second largest city reached breaking point?
Shuggie’s tale tells us that the Booker prize has matured
Rogue scientists, the agents of misinformation? Sonia Sodha,
She sensed she was ‘at the very end of things’. What a life it was…
We need scientists to quiz Covid consensus, not act as agents of disinformation
From bullying to propping up the PM – women can do the dirty work as well as the men
PM regards due process as beneath his government
Cutting aid is no way to advance the cause of global Britain
How Boris Johnson attempted a grand relaunch – only to be sunk by himself
BurningB platform
Bookshops fight back
Untold billions
Fail better
Riddell’s view
When I met Obama he voiced his belief in the ‘possibility of America’. But the reality is distressing
The Audit End of a stargazing era
From bullying to propping up the PM – women can do the dirty work as well as the men
She makes even toast taste better
An unerring ability to keep us laughing
PEOPLE
Her gift that could put a song in all our hearts
The lion roared for me
Britain’s view on… the link between heading a football and dementia
The lessons of art
Trust us – we do care
Low-paid workers need council homes
A sculpture of our time?
For the record
Bring back the truth
Write to us
A kickabout with Keir
Saying what you want without fear of offence sounds good... till you do it
The world’s view on… the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials
Invoking a fantasy Churchill won’t help as Brexit becomes grim reality
Farage’s populist instinct has failed him over lockdown
Black Friday set to be stiff test for the virtual high street
Elon Musk now third in global wealth table
Vital statistics
US regulator clears Boeing 737 Max to fly
Jobs in peril as Jaeger and Peacocks collapse
Norwegian is Covid’s largest airline victim
The big squeeze Who will feel the pain in this week’s spending review?
One more chance to shine for a slightly tarnished chancellor
Five things to watch out for when Sunak speaks
Five things to watch out for when Sunak speaks
One more chance to shine for a slightly tarnished chancellor
BMW’s investment in a British factory is good news – and bad
Will a clamour for low fares drown out fears about Boeing’s 737 Max?
So bank shareholders are squealing for their dividends. They should be ignored
The myth of the ‘poor pensioner’ helps shield the City
Secondhand no longer second-best for the UK’s ‘circular’ consumers
Scanner error stopped us selling my father’s house
Weather
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