The Observer - 22 Jan 2023

Table of content - The Observer (22 Jan 2023)

Zahawi fights for his political life after admitting tax ‘error’
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Revealed: child migrants kidnapped from hotel
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Navalny and me
‘Three years after Brexit, where is the golden age they promised us?’
Calls grow for investigation into Zahawi and what the PM knew
Child asylum seekers at British hotel kidnapped by traffickers
Answers please
The vulnerable children grabbed from the streets by drug gangs
‘In 2017, a doctor said I’d never play again. I think we dispelled that myth’
Spend a day volunteering to mark coronation, urges palace
Adrenaline and desire not enough as Murray’s run grinds to a halt
‘It’s systemic’: female police report catalogue of abuse by male officers
Can a crumbling system deliver justice to victims of crime?
The giant Brexit customs site that’s now used to inspect Ukrainian pets
Where is this Brexit golden age?
Market dogma doomed Britishvolt
Can robots fill the workforce gap?
‘This is not medical tourism; it’s desperation’
Jeremy Hunt led calls for pay rises to match inflation for NHS workers last summer
Cutting pay to public servants offends a basic British sense of fairness
‘This is not medical tourism; it’s desperation’
Sunak warned: you’re risking ‘uproar’ if you decide to cut tax
Parents urged to help teachers win battle over pay rises
Tories tickle the pixels
Tories tickle the pixels
Parents urged to help teachers win battle over pay rises
The NHS crisis is an existential risk for this government
Puccini and prawn cocktail? Live music goes on cafe menus to tempt customers
Hunt for stolen 1977 sign that put Manchester on music map
Mind the app: monitor helps tube passengers take least polluted route
Long NHS waiting lists cut chance of pregnancy, fertility chief warns
Big Issue ‘struggling to stay afloat’ as cost of living bites
‘How black mould in my council flat left me coughing up blood’
Who was Beethoven’s mysterious Elise? Maybe she never even existed …
Kidnapped: vulnerable migrant children grabbed from streets by drug gangs
Kidnapped: vulnerable migrant children grabbed from streets by drug gangs
Rape crisis centres turn away victims as demand soars but cash runs out
Ministers boasted of Britishvolt ‘success’ before its collapse
Maria Pevchikh interview: ‘We do our work because we are angry’
Britishvolt doomed by free market
MI5 refused to investigate ‘Russian spy’s’ links to Tories, says whistleblower
Can robots plug worker shortage?
‘The Crocodile has not changed’: Zimbabwe’s opposition leader warns of violence
A taste of sushi’s hi-tech future
Inside the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
‘The Crocodile has not changed’: Zimbabwe’s opposition leader warns of violence
How to topple this odious regime?
Ukraine is fighting for all of us. Now Europe must fight Putin too
In Japan’s trendiest restaurants the sushi sous-chef is… an AI robot
‘Like knocking down the Eiffel tower’: outcry at fate of historic Prague bridge
Chris Hipkins set to replace Ardern as new prime minister
Shark attack shuts beaches
Buzz Aldrin over the moon to marry long-term partner at 93
Revealed: brave firefighter’s snatched photos show Warsaw ghetto’s horrors
Torture ordeal fuels mass protests against regime in Bangladesh
Ageing planet The new demographic timebomb
Fourscore years and … how many more?
Population in numbers
Harry and Meghan? Spare us the soap opera, say neighbours
Harry and Meghan? Spare us the soap opera, say neighbours
At last, a balanced view of Prince Harry
RISE AND FALL OF A MAFIA GODFATHER
RISE AND FALL OF A MAFIA GODFATHER
Beyond our Ken Can BBC radio thrive in a world of podcasts?
‘What a shocker re Ken Bruce’
Stoking a culture war? No, Nicola Sturgeon, this is about balancing conflicting rights
Being single has a lot going for it, but £10k a year seems too high a price for the privilege
This attempt to cut the pay of public servants offends a basic British sense of fairness
How to topple this odious and rogue regime? Defeat Russia
Britishvolt was doomed by free market thinking
Three years after leaving the EU, where is the new golden age that they promised us?
Riddell’s view
Notebook
Stoking a culture war? No, Nicola Sturgeon, this is about balancing conflicting rights
May I have a word?
Scandal of farmed salmon
Britain’s view on… The resignation of New Zealand premier Jacinda Ardern
Children bear the brunt
Thanks for your generosity
For the record
At last, a balanced view of Prince Harry
Social murder
Promoting insecurity
Write to us
Stoatin’ stuff
Being single has a lot going for it, but £10k a year seems too high a price for the privilege
Can victims of crime hope for justice from a crumbling system?
Hanif Kureishi helped liberate British Asians from their imposed identities
Insights Torsten Bell
IMF chief less gloomy on global economy
Safe as houses Penny Hughes of Riverstone Profile,
Department store to shut after 240 years
Netflix founder hands over reins
Battery startup goes into administration
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44%
First UK strike at Amazon challenges anti-union stance
Executive summary
Penny Hughes
Upsize, downsize? Why the Covid property race for space went sour for homebuyers
Wilson won after 13 wasted Tory years. Keir can, too
Just as savings rates were being driven up, the brakes are back on
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Bulb’s bill errors plunged my family into penury
Why can’t AvantiGas deliver our fuel?
Weather
Speedy crossword No. 1,424
Solution No. 1,423

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