The Observer - 18 Jul 2021

Table of content - The Observer (18 Jul 2021)

Sajid Javid tests positive as health chiefs tell PM: don’t let Covid rip
Hello summer
Revealed: police trainees’ violence and dishonesty
Free food magazine
From days out to pubs and beaches – the best of dog-friendly Britain
Heaven sent – the faith that inspires England’s young black Euro heroes
Summer sun and crazy dreams: Cannes starts to feel the heat
British general in ‘discreet’ bid to revive Afghan peace talks
A-list smokehouses at war in an East End rumble over fish
Patel ‘misled’ MPs over plans for protest crackdown
Ofcom chief slams social media giants over Euro 2020 racist messages
The faith inspiring young black football stars
‘Comeback kid’ Cavendish poised to join Le Tour’s immortals
Tour de France finale
The show can’t go on: venues plead to be free of ‘crippling’ quarantine rules
Schools shut early for the summer as record numbers forced to isolate
The show can’t go on: venues plead to be free of ‘crippling’ quarantine rules
Filled with doubt, division and Covid, Tokyo braces for Olympics
Health chiefs unite to warn PM against ‘letting Covid rip’
‘Freedom day’ rings hollow amid the chaos
Cancer patients’ plea to public: keep observing virus measures
Matters of life and death are now in our hands. How will we respond?
‘Freedom day is very stressful when we are left to make all the decisions’
‘Freedom day is very stressful when we are left to make all the decisions’
Wearing masks can cut Covid transmission by up to 25%, say experts
Latest UK Covid-19 data
‘Cases are up – 6,000 miles from Paris.’ France baffled by UK quarantine change
Drive to find ventilators for NHS lost £143m in ‘debts and fruitless costs’
GB News seeks saviour in Nigel Farage to stop plunge in ratings
Kenan Malik: Is it any wonder that GB News is already on its knees?
MoD ‘is using scare tactics’ to bar public from woodlands
Met chief under fire over recruit revelations
MoD ‘is using scare tactics’ to bar public from woodlands
Crisis after crisis: just what is going wrong at the Met?
Met chief under fire over recruit revelations
Secrets of rebel slaves in Barbados will finally be revealed
NHS is failing 50% of young people with mental health issues
Secrets of rebel slaves in Barbados will finally be revealed
Snapshot
NHS is failing 50% of young people with mental health issues
Classified details of army’s Challenger tank leaked via video game
Where the aid cuts bite deepest
What change has the UK made?
Who needs Bolt when there’s Sky? New stars set to shine in Tokyo
Jessica Ennis-Hill: It was a shock to be Team GB poster girl
Filled with doubt, division and Covid, Tokyo braces for Olympics
Rower Helen Glover eyes third gold and inspires with comeback
‘It was humiliating for me’: police apologise after handcuffing undressed student in raid
David Randall 1951-2021
Protesters demand MP pays for family’s slave trade past in Caribbean
‘Not in this town’: how a rose garden artwork led to an explosive ultimatum
One in five Whitehall non-executives have links to political parties
‘I’m surprised it took so long’: Cubans find anger in their souls
‘Everything’s been destroyed’
Filled with doubt, division and Covid
When revolutionaries end up as dictators, the people pay the price
Unease in the air as Cyprus ‘ghost town’ rises from the ruins of war
Angry Cubans cry out for their ‘Libertad’
Filled with doubt, division and Covid, Tokyo braces for Olympics
‘The numbers of dead are rising each hour. Emotionally, we’re at our limit’
‘The numbers of dead are rising each hour. Emotionally, we’re at our limit’
Inequality stoked the violence. It’s a warning to us all
The rainbow nation can rise again
South Africa leaders fear fresh violence from Zuma loyalists
Crisis after crisis … Just what is going wrong at the Met?
CHEQUERED RECORD
Crisis after crisis … Just what is going wrong at the Met?
CHEQUERED RECORD
God’s gift to footbal
Storms, deluge and wildfires Why data could save Earth from climate change
‘There’s a point where a line must be drawn’
Climate crisis in numbers
Storms, deluge and wildfires Why data could save Earth from climate change
God given talent
Our flare players deserve a break
Despite racist trolls, England is becoming a kinder place to live
Why defeat is a win after all
All the lonely people Coping with the gap where friends used to be
The choice is ours – how opening up will turn us into moralists of daily life
If sending yourself into space is the ultimate publicity stunt, what next for Richard Branson?
‘Freedom day’ rings hollow amid its chaos and likely cost
After the violence and despair, the ‘rainbow nation’ can rise again
Why Boris Johnson’s big speech on levelling up won so little applause
Notebook
Riddell’s view
If sending yourself into space is the ultimate publicity stunt, what next for Richard Branson?
What will happen in the third wave?
Despite the racist trolls, the evidence is clear: England is becoming a kinder place to live
Meghan, good luck with your feminist show. But can I offer some tips?
May I have a word? Jonathan Bouquet
Public health must come first
Boris Johnson, fake fan
Awful plight of those with ME
Pensioners not to blame for shortfall
‘Live with flooding’
Legalising drugs saves lives
Labour’s Brexit blunder
The Local de ‘Shocking scenes’
‘Extreme weather’
‘Catastrophic’
Greed has no place here
Write to us
For the record
Is it any wonder that GB News is already on its knees?
Inequality stoked the violence in South Africa. It’s a warning to us all
National security is threatened when politics is in thrall to cash
Our first jobs affect our relationship with work for life
Comfort food and cleaning products: no wonder Unilever has been doing so well
Outdoor dining and drinking extended
Waitrose and John Lewis cut 1,000 jobs
Rebuilding Ryanair looks for more pilots
Daily Mail’s owners to take firm private
£24bn
Green dream
356,000
On board with net zero: the transport boss trying to drive down emissions
Green vehicles will only succeed with a greener grid
Only big music labels can sing a happy tune in the streaming era
Even its plan for ‘freedom’ is making the government unpopular
Inflation isn’t out of control, governor, but can you reassure us it won’t be?
Keir, it’s time we had a frank discussion about tax
Forty minutes to move home: one family’s nightmare insurance claim
How it unfolded
‘Government-approved’ Covid tests failed to arrive
Weather
Speedy crossword No. 1,346
Solution No. 1,345

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