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Politico.eu

EU daylight saving switch could leave Northern Ireland out of step with rest of UK

Politico.eu | World media » Europe aktuálně » Dnes

Commission proposal to end daylight saving goes beyond its remit, says UK sub-committee chair.

The Guardian

There are 87 live games on British TV this week. Too much of a good thing? | Sean Ingle

The Guardian | World media » Sports aktuálně » Football » Dnes

Showing Premier League and European midweek matches live causes a dip in attendances that hits smaller clubs’ revenuesDuring the early 1980s, when English football began its slow-shuffle towards showing one live game a week, the Guardian’s venerable correspondent David Lacey warned of the potential consequences. In a column titled “The death threat of live television”, Lacey predicted: “Matches shown on the small screen, warts and all, far from

The Guardian

Barred from flying from a British airport – over a visa he didn’t need

The Guardian | World media » Business aktuálně » Dnes

Airlines who fear being hit by Home Office fines are stopping people with valid documentsVarun Warrier spent months planning a hiking holiday in the former Soviet republic of Georgia to celebrate a friend’s birthday. The Indian academic, who holds a British residence permit, never got further than the Wizz Air check-in desk at Luton airport. Staff told him he could not travel without a visa and refused to check him in even when he produced an email from

BBC News

Willy Wonka actress Diana Sowle dies, aged 88

BBC News | World media » US News aktuálně » Dnes

The actress was best known for her role as the mother of Charlie in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

The Guardian

Edward Burne-Jones review – art that shows how boring beauty can be

The Guardian | World media » Entertainment aktuálně » Dnes

Tate Britain, LondonThe pre-Raphaelite artist mastered detail perfectly but failed to see the bigger picture – life itselfHalfway through Tate Britain’s loving homage to the Victorian “visionary” Edward Burne-Jones I was startled to see a painting I gave a damn about. It’s a portrait of William Graham, colonial businessman, Liberal MP and art collector. His emaciated, sick-looking face stares straight at you from a small dark canvas. Two mad sweeps of

The Guardian

Monday US briefing: Europeans demand details of Khashoggi death

The Guardian | World media » US News aktuálně » Dnes

Kavanaugh lobbied for judge handling his ethics complaints ... Anti-Muslim rhetoric ‘widespread’ ahead of midterms ... Guardian launches Atlanta weekGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s headlines. If you’d like to receive this briefing by email, sign up here. Continue reading...

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