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A taxing question — In April 1932, a small boat sailing on Windermere was hit by a sudden squall and capsized. There were two people in the boat. One, Ted Scott, was drowned. His teenage son, Richard, swam to the shore and was saved.

Christmas charity appeal 2014 — The 2014 Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal is raising money for nine UK charities in the field of mental health

Editor-chefe do ‘Guardian’ deixará comando do jornal britânico a partir de 2015 — RIO - Após 20 anos no comando da redação do "Guardian", Alan Rusbridger vai deixar o posto de editor-chefe do prestigioso diário britânico no em 2015 e substituirá Liz Forgan como presidente do Scott Trust em 2016, quando termina a gestão dela do fundo responsável por garantir a saúde financeira e a liberdade de atuação do jornal.

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Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal 2014: the charities — This year the Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal is raising money for nine UK charities in the field of mental health. Ranging from larger national outfits to smaller local projects, their work challenges stigma and stereotypes around mental illness, and provides practical assistance to mentally ill people and their families.

Introducing the Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal blog — Every year for the Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal, our writers visit a selection of amazing charities and inspire us with their words to dig deep and donate. But this year, we don't think that's enough: so, for the first time, we'll be running a daily blog, right through to the new year.

Q&A: what makes a good charity? — It is an important time to think about mental health. Charities are working at the forefront of a problem which commands too little money and too little action to address it. One in four of us will experience mental illness during our lifetime.

The Buddy effect: improving mental health treatment, one pet at a time — Everyone should have a Buddy. When Buddy enters a room, everything automatically lights up. Buddy exudes charisma. Buddy is the life and soul. Buddy makes everything better. No matter the situation, nothing fazes Buddy. I wish I was more like her.

The Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal 2014: mental health — This year's Guardian and Observer Christmas charity appeal theme is one of our most common and under-acknowledged health issues: mental illness. One in four of us will experience mental ill health at some point in our lives. For most it will be a mix of anxiety and depression; for a small number, it will be a more critical illness, such as schizophrenia.

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Jan 30, 2015

@AdamRHale thank you. It was a terrific day. Glad Cardiff doing such good things..

Jan 30, 2015

@ecohag @guardian give it time! All redesigns a shock. Experience elsewhere in world is it takes a while then ppl love

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