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Revealed: the insidious creep of pseudo-public space in London5m Revealed: the insidious creep of pseudo-public space in London
Pseudo-public space – squares and parks that seem public but are actually owned by corporations – has quietly spread across cities worldwide. As the Guardian maps its full extent in London for the first time, Jack Shenker reports on a new culture of secrecy and control, where private security guards can remove you for protesting, taking photos ... or just looking scruffy
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State pension changes will cost 7 million people £10,000 each7h State pension changes will cost 7 million people £10,000 each
Analysis shows each person affected may lose £9,800 after government announces raising pension age earlier than planned More than 7 million people will lose just under £10,000 each because of new government plans to increase the state pension age earlier than planned.
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Off the wall: at home with a giant ice-cream and 20 fish | Kate Edgley25h Off the wall: at home with a giant ice-cream and 20 fish | Kate Edgley
Ceramics, the seaside and sex all provide eye-catching displays in this artist’s home, says Kate Edgley When artist and interior designer
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This week, we love to buy | Alice Fisher25h This week, we love to buy | Alice Fisher
Lemons, lips and watermelons on lampshades, Lucienne Day’s classic flower brick and super-light ear-plugs for the festival season… These are some of the things we love this week Graphic designer Kendra Dandy has created a new range of prints. Choose from lemons, lips and watermelons for your blinds, lampshades and walls. Bouffants & Broken Hearts range, from £90,
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Don’t water plants on sunny days? Three horticultural myths exposed25h Don’t water plants on sunny days? Three horticultural myths exposed
Some sage old sayings are based on facts – others are not worth the bother While many age-old gardening practices are now supported by scientific evidence, some of the most common ones have consistently been shown to be either unnecessary or downright counterproductive when put to the test. So simply not bothering with the following three conventional pieces of gardening “wisdom” could save you time and effort, and will almost certainly give you the same or even better results. Old school horts, look away now… Not bothering with three conventional pieces of gardening 'wisdom' could save you time and effort
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