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Revealed: how Tory co-chair’s offshore film company indirectly benefited from £121k tax credits

Ben Elliot, the Conservative party’s embattled co-chair, jointly owned a secret offshore film financing company that indirectly benefited from more than £120,000 of UK tax

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Enough already! Sport needs to slow down and rein in its endless lust for growth | Emma John

There were murmurs of disquiet in the England dressing room at Headingley last week and this time they weren’t about the top-order batting. They followed

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UK tightens borders and travel rules as variants spark new alarm

Ministers have moved to tighten Britain’s borders as new data suggests the Delta coronavirus variant is much more likely to cause serious illness and is

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Portugal removed from ‘green list’ of Covid travel destinations

Ministers removed Portugal from the travel “green list” amid increasing worries that coronavirus variants could scupper domestic reopening, with studies indicating the type now dominant

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Victoria Covid update: Melbourne lockdown extended as state seeks federal payments for workers

Melbourne will remain in lockdown for another week but restrictions in regional Victoria will ease from midnight on Thursday as the Victorian government warns case

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‘Silicon Six’ tech giants accused of inflating tax payments by almost $100bn

The giant US tech firms known as the “Silicon Six” have been accused of inflating their stated tax payments by almost $100bn (£70bn) over the

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The $3bn bargain: how China dominates Pacific mining, logging and fishing

One country dominates the Pacific’s resources extraction. Guardian analysis of trade data has revealed that China received more than half the total tonnes of seafood,

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Work is where your laptop is: meet the globetrotting digital nomads

Samantha Scott does not miss her daily commutes in London, particularly “the dread of having to wake up and get on the tube, and heading

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UK companies face pressure over links to Belarus regime

The role of UK companies in allegedly helping to prop up Europe’s so-called “last dictatorship” is coming under unprecedented pressure amid signs that lobbying by