The “Do What You Want” singer claimed that he empathised with the troubled R’n’B star’s attempts to better himself.

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The “Do What You Want” singer claimed that he empathised with the troubled R’n’B star’s attempts to better himself

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Rod Liddle criticised for describing death of Nelson Mandela as ‘famous nice black man dies’

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Just 1% of Snowden files published says Guardian editor

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The singer's December gigs have been threatened due to fears he may spread 'gay propaganda'

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James Howells accidentally threw away a hard drive containing the cryptographic "private key" needed to access the digital currency

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The Guardian's future... by the paper's guardian Andrew Miller

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Guardian crossword editor John Graham dies of cancer aged 92 – after announcing illness in puzzle clues

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National sex survey: One in 10 women in UK forced to have sex against their will

More than 40% of female victims were coerced by a current or former partner

HS2 Bill: Parliament gets first glimpse of high speed rail ‘planning application’ as MPs are warned to keep costs down

Supporters hope detailed plans will convince reticent backbenchers to get behind the project

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Spying on innocent British citizens by US intelligence was allowed by Tony Blair’s government - and still goes on

Leaked documents reveal a practice called 'contact chaining' was used to monitor British citizens with only a tangential link with a terrorist suspect

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Guardian censured by PCC over serious errors in reports on Queen’s Private Secretary Sir Christopher Geidt

Newspaper wrongly claimed in three articles that Sir Christopher had a central role in the setting up Royal Charter on press regulation

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Europe's air safety agency has approved the use of electronic devices ahead of take-off and landing, which will allow users to keep their devices switched on.

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