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Senior News Writer — Guardian
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Senior news writer at The Guardian. esther.addley@guardian.co.uk

Very British Problems review: ‘Self-indulgent and just a teeny bit dull’

theguardian.com — 'Three and a half thousand miles north of the equator, between the Atlantic ocean and the North Sea, lies a small island: Britain ..." That's Julie Walters talking, so we're in safe hands, and I'm intrigued by the sound of this Britain, with its multiple bodies of water and reassuring distance from anywhere sunny.

Jeremy Corbyn profile: 'He talks like a human being, about things that are real'

theguardian.com — It is a hot and airless Sunday afternoon, and in an industrial district of Coventry scores of people are filing into a small union meeting hall whose many windows, someone announces apologetically, do not open.
Aug 13, 2015

Jeremy Corbyn profile: 'He talks like a human being, about things that are real' gu.com/p/4bd76?CMP=Sh…

Aug 12, 2015

Whatever you make of Corbyn, this by @estheraddley is ace: 'He talks like a human being, about things that are real' gu.com/p/4bd76/stw

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Julian Assange case: progress made in Sweden-Ecuador negotiations

theguardian.com — Sweden has offered to negotiate an agreement with Ecuador to enable Swedish prosecutors to interview Julian Assange in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, potentially ending the standoff between the two countries but too late to prevent some allegations against the WikiLeaks founder from expiring.
Aug 11, 2015

Sweden and Ecuador edge closer to end of Julian Assange standoff gu.com/p/4bexx?CMP=Sh…

Aug 11, 2015

Top story: Julian Assange case: progress made in Sweden-Ecuador negotiations | … theguardian.com/media/2015/aug…, see more tweetedtimes.com/peterfra?s=tnp

Aug 12, 2015

RT @robevansgdn: Sweden and Ecuador edge closer to end of Julian Assange standoff gu.com/p/4bexx/stw

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Julian Assange: Ecuador and Sweden in tense standoff over interview

theguardian.com — Ecuador and Sweden are in a tense diplomatic standoff over arrangements for Swedish prosecutors to interview Julian Assange in Ecuador's embassy in London, weeks before the statute of limitations on most of the sexual assault allegations against him are due to expire under Swedish law.
Jul 23, 2015

Julian Assange: Ecuador stalling to prevent Swedish prosecutor interviewing him? gu.com/p/4bvck/stw

Wimbledon: Muguruza surprises everyone - even herself - by reaching final

theguardian.com — Shortly before her opening match at Wimbledon last week, the Spanish player Garbine Muguruza sent a joking text to her compatriot Conchita Martinez, who won the tournament in 1994. "We were laughing...

Andy Murray's brother Jamie through to Wimbledon doubles final

theguardian.com — A player named Murray has delighted the Centre Court crowds by winning a place in the Wimbledon final. It was not Andy, however - who must wait until Friday afternoon t o play his semi-final in the men's singles competition - but his older brother Jamie, who, along with partner John Peers, will now play for the tournament's men's doubles trophy on Saturday.

Wimbledon defends ticket policy after volley of criticism over empty seats

theguardian.com — Wimbledon has been forced to defend its ticketing procedures after television viewers criticised the number of empty seats in its main show courts during the men's quarter-finals. Tennis fans following the matches on the BBC complained on Twitter after spotting rows of unoccupied seats on Wednesday during Andy Murray's three-set victory over Vasek Pospisil.

UK comes to standstill as it marks 10 years since 7/7 attacks

theguardian.com — Britain fell silent in tribute to the dead, bereaved, survivors and rescuers on the 10th anniversary of the day 7/7 became shorthand for terror.
Jul 07, 2015

RT @guardian: UK comes to standstill as it marks 10 years since 7/7 attacks trib.al/LCKQhm0

Jul 07, 2015

rt @guardian The U.K. comes to a standstill to mark the 10th anniversary of the 7/7/05 terror attacks. theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/j…

7/7 London bombings: victim's family vows to fight extremism in schools

theguardian.com — The family of one of the victims of 7/7 has launched a campaign designed to tackle extremism in schools, days before the 10th anniversary of the attacks. Miriam Hyman was one of 52 people killed on 7 July 2005, when the bus on which she was travelling was blown up by 18-year-old Hasib Hussain, one of four suicide bombers who attacked London's transport network.
Jul 07, 2015

Hyman family have launched an anti extremism resource for schools as part of Miriam's legacy theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/j…

Nick Kyrgios appears to throw game at Wimbledon after warning from umpire

theguardian.com — Nick Kyrgios appeared to throw an entire game at Wimbledon in protest after he was slapped with another warning. The 20-year-old Australian was given a code violation for swearing during his last-16 match against Richard Gasquet. He spent the next game refusing to play the ball, which led the BBC presenter Sue Barker to say: "I have never seen anything like it at Wimbledon."
Jul 06, 2015

Kyrgios is fast becoming Australia's McEnroe, and that's not a good thing. gu.com/p/4adg5/stw

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Aug 13, 2015

RT @RosamundUrwin: Most infuriating, addictive quiz for Londoners buzzfeed.com/sophiegadd/how… (also managed to forget the tube station right by where I work...)

Aug 13, 2015

A'Level results day. Brace yourself for leaping blondes *bashes head repeatedly on desk*

Aug 13, 2015

RT @janegarvey1: Heard on @bbc5live that 27000 more women than men will go to University this year. Women first allowed to graduate in 1920. Progress

Aug 12, 2015

RT @BoingBoing: Chelsea Manning threatened with 'indefinite solitary confinement' for expired toothpaste and asking for a lawyer. boingboing.net/2015/08/12/che…

Aug 12, 2015

RT @paul1kirby: Amazing reversal in polls. Clinton now behind Sanders in New Hampshire. She was 36 points ahead of him in March vox.com/2015/8/12/9136…

Aug 12, 2015

Crazy/depressing. Birmingham has fancy new public library but now begging public to donate books because of cuts theguardian.com/books/culture-…

Aug 12, 2015

RT @SamCoatesTimes: Some of K/C/B fear that this gives Corbyn an advantage cos their camp knows who is where - via the unions

Aug 12, 2015

RT @SamCoatesTimes: The letter is about Kendall/Cooper/Burnham fears that they aren't getting electoral data as fast as ERS, company managing the election

Aug 12, 2015

RT @SamCoatesTimes: Breaking - the 3 non-Corbyn campaigns getting together to write a letter of complaint to Labour HQ about unfairness at process


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