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Transcription into Ñspel of some Guardian/Observer articles

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2022

29 November 2022: The Guardian view on China’s protests: zero Covid, maximum frustration

29 November 2022: The Guardian view on the Tory energy rebellion: get rid of the onshore wind ban

28 November 2022: The Guardian view on Modi’s India: the danger of exporting Hindu chauvinism

28 November 2022: The Observer view on fuel poverty measures freezing out poorest Britons

27 November 2022: The Observer view on Britain’s feeble response to China’s assault on human rights

27 November 2022: Brexit has made Britain the sick man of Europe again

27 November 2022: The Guardian view on the Conservatives: countdown to oblivion

26 November 2022: The Guardian view on the pandemic’s educational impact: make good learning losses

25 November 2022: The Guardian view on crony capitalism: a moral corruption stalks parliament

24 November 2022: The Guardian view on unsafe housing: underinvestment costs lives

22 November 2022: The Guardian view on Brexit heresy in the government: reality begins to bite

20 November 2022: The Guardian view on Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement: setting a trap for Labour

19 November 2022: The Guardian view on a demographic paradox: the rebirth of pronatalism

18 November 2022: The Guardian view on the G20 and supporting Ukraine: stay on course

18 November 2022: The Guardian view on Rishi Sunak’s cabinet: rewards for failure

18 November 2022: The Guardian view on mass unemployment: inflation will drop without this pain

17 November 2022: The Guardian view on the NHS: set up to fail by being underresourced to meet demand

17 November 2022: The Guardian view on Cop27: this is no time for apathy or complacency

15 November 2022: The Guardian view on the other World Cups: sport as it should be enjoyed

15 November 2022: The Guardian view on Britain’s electric vehicle industry: slow-motion car crash

15 November 2022: The Guardian view on Qatar’s World Cup: sportwashing stains football’s image

14 November 2022: The Observer view on the toxic workplace that is Westminster

14 November 2022: The Observer view on negotiating with Vladimir Putin: it’s too soon

13 November 2022: The Guardian view on university cuts: jeopardising a precious heritage

13 November 2022: The Guardian view on the UK economy: old folly or new folly

11 November 2022: The Guardian view on big tech: pop! goes the bubble

11 November 2022: The Guardian view on insecure Britain: poverty makes people ill

10 November 2022: The Guardian view on Gavin Williamson’s resignation: a sign of decay

10 November 2022: The Guardian view on the US midterm results: the red wave that wasn’t

9 November 2022: The Guardian view on Egypt’s abuses: justice needed for Alaa Abd el-Fattah – and the others

7 November 2022: The Guardian view on Rishi Sunak’s Cop27 trip: placing the planet on a road to hell

7 November 2022: The Guardian view on the US midterms: a tale of two contests

6 November 2022: The Observer view on a dangerous moment for American democracy

6 November 2022: The Guardian view on Brexit and the economy: time to face facts

3 November 2022: The Guardian view on the Bank of England: on the side of profit, not people

3 November 2022: The Guardian view on Israel’s latest election: a frightening day for democracy

2 November 2022: The Guardian view on rail travel in the north: taking the public for a ride

2 November 2022: The Guardian view on Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover: the unfulfilled promises pile up

1 November 2022: The Guardian view on Tory immigration failures: from bad to worse

1 November 2022: The Guardian view on Lula’s comeback: good for Brazil and the world

31 October 2022: The Guardian view on cuts to arts funding: a calamity that must be averted

31 October 2022: The Guardian view on China’s response to dissent: repression, at home and away

30 October 2022: The Observer view on Rishi Sunak’s shameful decision not to attend Cop27

29 October 2022: The Guardian view on Korean soft power: harder than it looks

29 October 2022: The Guardian view on the climate crisis: no end in sight

28 October 2022: The Guardian view on Shell’s profits: enabling climate and inequality emergencies

28 October 2022: The Guardian view on Brazil’s election: Bolsonaro’s return would cost us all

28 October 2022: The Guardian view on Sunak v Starmer: time to get real

27 October 2022: The Guardian view on Russia’s war machine: little more than a brittle facade

27 October 2022: The Guardian view on climate diplomacy: it’s crunch time – again

25 October 2022: The Guardian view on Rishi Sunak: profits in the City, austerity in the country

24 October 2022: The Guardian view on the world’s forgotten conflict: Ethiopia’s devastating war

23 October 2022: The Guardian view on Liz Truss’s resignation: a quitter after all

20 October 2022: The Guardian view on Liz Truss and the Tories: it’s time to go

19 October 2022: Economy in crisis, Tories in meltdown: how I have told the sad, strange story of Britain

16 October 2022: The Observer view on Liz Truss and the sacking of Kwasi Kwarteng

15 October 2022: The Guardian view on the Conservative party: better off out

15 October 2022: The markets have taken back control: so much for Truss’s Brexit delusion of sovereignty

14 October 2022: The Guardian view on Goodnight Moon: a classic for a reason

14 October 2022: The Guardian view on Tory environment chaos: turning back the clock

13 October 2022: ‘Lula represents hope’: Brazil presidential frontrunner takes his message into Rio’s favelas

12 October 2022: The Guardian view on Putin’s escalations: dangerous times

11 October 2022: The Guardian view on Trussonomics: bringing on social and financial devastation

11 October 2022: As the missiles strike Kyiv, of course we are scared – but war has made us practical

11 October 2022: Commanding no loyalty, with no winning moves, Liz Truss is facing her endgame

10 October 2022: Labour must be bold and strike the killer blow – or the Tories will rise again

10 October 2022: Britain is slowly waking up to the truth: Brexit has left us poorer, adrift and alone

9 October 2022: Rightwing thinktanks run this government. But first, they had to capture the BBC

8 October 2022: Fair play to Truss: stripped of competence or compassion, her extremism is refreshingly clear

8 October 2022: The Guardian view on energy rationing: Truss cannot be trusted

7 October 2022: Energy crisis? It isn’t that we have too little oil and gas. It’s that we have too much

7 October 2022: The Guardian view on Liz Truss and Europe: a first fragile step

6 October 2022: The Guardian view on Cop27: climate justice must take centre stage

6 October 2022: The Guardian view on Liz Truss’s speech: stoking conflict in place of argument

5 October 2022: The Guardian view on digital dangers: after Molly Russell, MPs must act

5 October 2022: The Guardian view on Truss, Kwarteng and inequality: out of touch, out of time

4 October 2022: The Guardian view on Qatar’s World Cup: gestures are not enough

4 October 2022: The Guardian view on a Tory U-turn: the problem goes beyond tax

3 October 2022: The Guardian view on the Tory conference: a carnival of shame

2 October 2022: The Observer view on the shortsighted cuts to the BBC World Service

2 October 2022: The Observer view on why Tory MPs must stop Liz Truss’s ‘reverse Robin Hood’ policies

1 October 2022: The Guardian view on Tory shock therapy: the wrong medicine for the country

30 September 2022: The Guardian view on the Rosetta Stone: a monument to code-breaking

29 September 2022: The Guardian view on the UK economy: sack Kwarteng, oust Truss

28 September 2022: The Guardian view on the financial crisis: a meltdown made in Downing Street

27 September 2022: The Guardian view on Keir Starmer’s speech: starting to stand for something

26 September 2022: The Guardian view on Kwasi Kwarteng: pride before a fall

25 September 2022: Truss is on an economic rampage with no mandate – so why is Starmer resisting electoral reform?

25 September 2022: The backlash in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini

25 September 2022: Liz Truss’s disastrous ‘fiscal event’

25 September 2022: The Guardian view on Philip Larkin at 100: a lasting gift

23 September 2022: Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng have made a declaration of class war

23 September 2022: Has Liz Truss handed power over to the extreme neoliberal thinktanks?

21 September 2022: Our country yearns for unity – but Truss’s government is mercilessly dividing it into rich and poor

20 September 2022: I have never felt more lonely in my republicanism, or more wedded to it

19 September 2022: They love the super-rich and want to slash the welfare state: meet the new team at No 10

18 September 2022: Forget ‘levelling up’ – Liz Truss isn’t even pretending to care about inequality

17 September 2022: Trussonomics is a fanatical, fantastical creed, and the last thing Britain needs

16 September 2022: Amid the mourning, we republicans should look and learn – but we must not be silenced

14 September 2022: ‘Putin will fail and Europe will prevail,’ EU chief tells MEPs

13 September 2022: Britain likes to consider itself the cradle of free speech – until someone heckles Prince Andrew

13 September 2022: The Guardian view on Brazil’s election: never mind the voters – Bolsonaro plans to win

12 September 2022: Pageantry and absurdity abound as the King comes to Westminster

11 September 2022: Along with the Queen, Britain is laying to rest a sacred national image that never was

11 September 2022: Putin is waging an economic war with Europe. Britain’s absurd energy plan plays into his hands

8 September 2022: Truss energy bill freeze brings little cheer to struggling households

7 September 2022: Britain’s charities have done all they can to help desperate people. What will Truss do?

6 September 2022: Liz Truss’s victory speech bodes ill for her tenure in office

6 September 2022: ‘They twist the message’: Brazilian writer faces ire of Bolsonaro backers

5 September 2022: Radon Liz romps home in a pyrrhic victory

4 September 2022: Truss for PM really is a laughing matter, finds Laura Kuenssberg panel

31 August 2022: The Guardian view on Gorbachev’s legacy: the hope endures

31 August 2022: Brexit is the monster under the bed Liz Truss is desperately trying to ignore

29 August 2022: Scientists call on colleagues to protest climate crisis with civil disobedience

28 August 2022: The Observer view on the unforgivable silence of the Tories in the energy crisis

26 August 2022: The Guardian view on Alan Ayckbourn: a tonic for sick times

25 August 2022: The Guardian view on Saudi Arabia’s repression: the rebranding of Riyadh won’t wash

21 August 2022: Lawrence Freedman: ‘Autocracies tend to make catastrophic decisions. That’s the case with Putin’

19 June 2022: The Observer view on this week’s byelections in Wakefield and Tiverton and Honiton

19 June 2022: The Observer view on Carole Cadwalladr and a victory for public interest journalism

5 June 2022: The Observer view on inequality in the UK

1 June 2022: We cannot adapt our way out of climate crisis, warns leading scientist

29 May 2022: Tory devotion to ‘dear friend’ Modi says so much about needy post-Brexit Britain

27 May 2022: The Guardian view on taxes: high time landowners paid their fair share

25 May 2022: The Guardian view on the Gray report: a diagnosis of sick government

23 May 2022: Australia has shown how quickly the right can crumble. Boris Johnson, be warned

22 May 2022: The Guardian view on swallows and swifts: nature’s messengers

22 May 2022: Les 2 Garçons, London: ‘Designed specifically to be your comfort zone’ – restaurant review

19 May 2022: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: not in control of his own premiership

15 May 2022: Gardening will keep you fit and happy

17 May 2022: Any correlation between the truth and what Liz Truss said was entirely coincidental

17 May 2022: At ease, Martin Lewis – a queue of Tory MPs is here to solve the cost of living crisis

15 May 2022: The Guardian view on Maeve Gilmore’s art: out from the shadows

14 May 2022: The attorney general’s office was worthy of respect. Suella the stooge disgraces it

13 May 2022: The Guardian view on the Conservatives: a party without a project

10 May 2022: Inane and Orwellian: a Queen’s speech to improve the life of Boris Johnson

5 May 2022: Today’s elections are the last before the Tories vandalise our democratic rights

4 May 2022: The Guardian view on government drift: the rot starts at the top

3 May 2022: The Convict blusters but the only cause in which he truly believes is his own survival

1 May 2022: How to rebuild a life after the death of a partner

1 May 2022: The Observer view on the cost of living crisis

29 April 2022: The Guardian view on sexism in Westminster: this sleaze harms us all

29 April 2022: The Guardian view on Putin’s nuclear threats: Russia is losing in Ukraine

28 April 2022: The Guardian view on the parliamentary session: a low, dishonest year

28 April 2022: The Guardian view on the Venice Biennale: sensuous and serious

28 April 2022: In an era of electoral fragmentation, Labour must learn to embrace power-sharing

26 April 2022: Boris Johnson is flailing – so he is reviving his Brexit greatest hits

24 April 2022: ‘Carnival is politics’: revellers bring anti-Bolsonaro sentiment to Rio’s streets

22 April 2022: Every day Boris Johnson clings on, our democracy rots a little bit more

24 April 2022: The awful truth is dawning: Putin may win in Ukraine. The result would be catastrophe

22 April 2022: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson in India: flying into trouble

21 April 2022: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: hanging on by a thread

20 April 2022: Starmer makes no attempt to conceal his hatred and contempt for The Convict

17 April 2022: Tories – for the good of the nation, save your party from this moral void

14 April 2022: Johnson the Criminal lays down the law for asylum seekers

14 April 2022: Farewell, Rishi Sunak, parliament’s Icarus who has finally crash-landed

13 April 2022: Deeply disappointed Shapps defends honourable art of lying

12 April 2022: The Guardian view on partygate: a test of our democracy

12 April 2022: They broke the law and are disgraced. Whatever they do now, shame will cling to Johnson and Sunak

9 April 2022: ‘Putin is killing civilians’: the train station where Russians are greeted with images of war

7 April 2022: YouTube restores suspended account of Chinese vlogger reporting from Ukraine on atrocities

6 April 2022: The Guardian view on Marine Le Pen’s surge: alarm bells ring

4 April 2022: The Guardian view on Hungary’s election: a dismal day for democracy

4 April 2022: The Guardian view on the latest IPCC report: a fast track to climate disaster

3 April 2022: Fṛm Đ Obzrvr: Boris Johnson may think that partygate is a laughing matter. Outraged voters don’t

1 April 2022: Dictators like Putin surround themselves with liars and propaganda. That leads to very bad decisions

1 April 2022: Tory MPs lobby No 10 to let royal family use seized Russian superyacht

29 March 2022: We were leaked the Panama Papers. Here’s how to bring down Putin’s cronies

27 March 2022: For brazen cynicism, I have seen nothing like Sunak’s plan in 40 years

26 March 2022: Wanted: Russian revolution to topple tyrant. Internal applicants welcome

25 March 2022: The UK’s poorest people have been utterly abandoned by this ideological chancellor

24 March 2022: I’ve covered countless Tory mini-budgets. The cruelty of this one shocked even me

22 March 2022: The Guardian view on disinformation: truth is a casualty of Russia’s war

21 March 2022: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe shows her strength, and a sliver of ice-cold anger

20 March 2022: The Guardian view on geopolitics and the Premier League: time for a divorce

16 March 2022: Fṛm ɖ Gardịn │ We claim Britain is an ethical democracy – but oligarchs know that’s not true

13 March 2022: The Observer view on Russia’s crimes against humanity in Ukraine

10 March 2022: Is Priti Patel vicious or stupid? It’s a fine line for Ukrainian refugees

9 March 2022: The Guardian view on the UK’s shameful treatment of Ukrainians: not an accident

9 March 2022: Catholic church bans visit by gay author to London school

8 March 2022: Donald Trump’s power is fading: Trumpism is the clear and present danger now

7 March 2022: Climate crisis: Amazon rainforest tipping point is looming, data shows

6 March 2022: Disinformation and fake accounts were used against the west for years – now the Kremlin is under attack

6 March 2022: Brazilian politician’s sexist remarks about Ukraine refugees spark outrage

5 March 2022: Far right and far left alike admired Putin. Now we’ve all turned against strongmen

4 March 2022: This bloody invasion is turning the march of history into a sprint – and it’s not going Putin’s way

3 March 2022: Dear Jacob Rees-Mogg, let me help you conjure up some Brexit opportunities

2 March 2022: The new statesmanlike Boris quickly gives way to the old self-centred one at PMQs

1 March 2022: First food banks, now bedding banks: in my time in politics, this is the worst poverty I’ve seen

1 March 2022: The solace for young Russians like me is that Putin is also digging his own grave in Ukraine

28 February 2022: IPCC issues ‘bleakest warning yet’ on impacts of climate breakdown

27 February 2022: Our tolerance of Russian corruption in Britain fatally clouded our judgment

26 February 2022: Zelenskiy: “We will win”

24 February 2022: Putin’s attack on Ukraine isn’t just about Europe. We must rally the world against this act of war

24 February 2022: As a Russian, I don’t know how to live with the shame of Putin’s aggression

23 February 2022: What price British democracy when a rich elite has the government’s ear?

22 February 2022: The west knows the cost of appeasement. We can’t rule out any option for stopping Putin

20 February 2022: Britain has had royal, political and policing scandals before, but never all three at once

18 February 2022: The Guardian view on Jacob Rees-Mogg: opportunities to do damage

17 February 2022: Clearly Britain loses more than it gains from the monarchy. Let us be brave and end it

17 February 2022: Privatising the moon may sound like a crazy idea but the sky’s no limit for avarice

16 February 2022: Tory MPs fear that net zero is hurting poor people. Ignore their crocodile tears

13 February 2022: The rap star of Karachi: ‘My veil cannot take away the talent I have’

11 February 2022: How can Jacob Rees-Mogg find ‘Brexit opportunities’? They don’t exist

10 February 2022: The Guardian view on trust in Britain: John Major’s timely warning

7 February 2022: Forget Wordle! Can you crack the Dickens Code? An IT worker from California just did

6 February 2022: The Guardian view on Amnesty’s Israel report: dominating the discourse

4 February 2022: Jimmy Carr condemned for ‘abhorrent’ Holocaust joke about Roma people

4 February 2022: Reckless, Trumpian leadership is losing Johnson allies. It should lose him his job

31 January 2022: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: a PM without shame

28 January 2022: The Guardian view on the Bloody Sunday anniversary: the legacy remains

28 January 2022, letters: Investment in adult literacy could play a major role in ‘levelling up’

25 January 2022: The Guardian view on the PM and the police: this show needs to end

24 January 2022: Distrust, disengagement and discord will be the disgraceful legacy of Boris Johnson

23 January 2022: The Guardian view on a bad prime minister: how to get rid of Boris Johnson

23 January 2022: Despite the violent past and toxic present, Britain and Ireland cannot escape the ties that bind

15 January 2022: The Observer view on Boris Johnson hurting the country and shaming his party

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2021

28 December 21: The Guardian view on Africa rising: the continent must develop in its own way

24 December 21: Our song was Christmas No 1 and we wanted to watch it on TV. So we knocked on a stranger’s door

22 December 21: The Tories said we could have our cake and eat it – now they are stuffed and voters are hungry/a>

19 December 21: Rose Ayling-Ellis’s Strictly victory shows deaf people can do anything

16 December 21: Don’t call it sleaze, call it corruption – why scandal haunts Boris Johnson’s government

15 December 21: ‘A rudderless outfit’: Conservative press turns on Boris Johnson

8 December 21: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: a stranger to honesty

28 November 21: Even Macron still hopes Brexit Britain will come to its senses

20 November 21: ICU is full of the unvaccinated – my patience with them is wearing thin

20 November 21: Fresh prospect of criminal inquiry for Boris Johnson after Jennifer Arcuri agrees to assist ethics watchdog

14 November 21: The Observer view on parliamentary standards

31 October 21: Johnson’s foreign quarrels can’t conceal the truth about Brexit

30 October 21: Cop26: the time for prevarication is over

4 June 21: Modi’s bulldozing of parliament shows him as the architect of a Hindu Taliban

26 May 21: The Guardian view on Cummings’ testimony: a vivid portrait of failure

2 May 21: Why sleaze investigations are becoming more menacing for Boris Johnson

2 May 21: Brexit’s Mr Pooter may not survive his dispute with Cummings

30 April 21: Forget curtains and cash – Johnson’s legacy will be the bitter taste of Brexit

29 April 21: Country diary: all of life lies in the planted seed

22 April 21: Joe Biden’s billions won’t stop Bolsonaro destroying the Amazon rainforest

19 April 21: The ‘Tory sleaze’ of old is nothing compared to what the right gets away with today

18 April 21: Dominic Cummings, the last thing the troubled civil service needs is your advice

11 April 21: Rachel Whiteread: ‘I have a clarity I never had before’

10 April 21: Bolsonaro’s ‘genocidal’ Covid response has led to Brazilian catastrophe, Dilma Rousseff says

8 April 21: Under cover of Covid, Poland is stifling free media – and all Europe should be worried

7 April 21: The Guardian view on dark skies: we need them

4 April 21: The Brexit elite cannot hope to fool us for much longer

30 March 21: ‘The heart of darkness’: neighbors shun Brazil over Covid response

25 March 21: Indigenous peoples by far the best guardians of forests – UN report

18 March 21: If Labour doesn’t fight our broken electoral system, it could be out of power for ever

22 February 21: The Covid contracts furore is no surprise – Britain has long been a chumocracy

22 February 21: The world faces a pandemic of human rights abuses in the wake of Covid-19

16 February 21: As events in the US have shown, two-party politics is no longer fit for purpose

11 February 21: The Guardian view on two-tone nostalgia: the pride of Coventry

31 January 21: A year after Johnson’s swaggering Greenwich speech, 100,000 dead

10 January 21: The Observer view on Donald Trump’s assault on US democracy

7 January 21: The Guardian view on the storming of the US Capitol: democracy in danger

4 January 21: The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: forever behind the Covid curve

3 January 21: The Guardian view on Trump’s strategy: overturn result, cheat democracy

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2020

31 December 20: The Guardian view of Brexit: a tragic national error

30 December 20: The Guardian view on the Brexit debate: no scrutiny, no choice

29 December 20: The Guardian view on the future of the union: Britain faces breakup

28 December 20: I was an early Erasmus scholar, and I grieve for what British students have lost

27 December 20: The Guardian view on Britain out of the EU: a treasure island for rentiers

27 December 20: So long, we’ll miss you – we Europeans see how much you’ve helped to shape us

25 December 20: The Guardian view on Brexit in a time of Covid: Crisis? What Crisis?

24 December 20: The Guardian view on a Brexit deal: relief that leaves a bitter taste

9 December 20: Gina Miller: ‘Under Boris Johnson, corruption is taking hold in Britain’

8 December 20: Rafael Behr: ‘This is the last exit to Brexit. But in truth, there was only ever one road’

20 November 20: Gaby Hinsliff: ‘Give me a cheerful amateur like Bill Bailey over a joyless perfectionist any day’

26 September 20: Clive James: ‘The poems I remember are the milestones marking the journey of my life’

10 September 20: Adrian Chiles: ‘Is there anything more shaming than shelves full of books you will never read?’

10 August 20: ‘The Amazon is the entry door of the world’: why Brazil’s biodiversity crisis affects us all

2 August 20: Hassan Akkad: ‘For someone from Syria, the creeping authoritarianism is vivid in Britain’

12 May 20: ‘This made me smile’: our readers’ favourite coronavirus street art

9 May 20: Irish support for Native American Covid-19 relief highlights historic bond

9 May 20: Brazil’s President Bolsonaro must ‘drastically change course’ on Covid-19, says The Lancet

8 May 20: The Murdoch media’s China coronavirus conspiracy has one aim: get Trump re-elected

5 May 20: Will Americans ever forgive Trump for his heartless lack of compassion?

3 May 20: The Observer view on care home deaths being an indictment of our society

1 May 20: The Guardian view on Trump and Covid-19: Americans suffer. Will he?

30 April 20: The Guardian view on Johnson’s Covid-19 plan: doubt, deny and dismiss

30 April 20: ‘This moment is leaving a mark on me’: framing Rio under Covid-19’s shadow

26 April 20: Bolsonaro in fresh crisis over son’s alleged links to fake news racket

25 April 20: Are female leaders more successful at managing the coronavirus crisis?

24 April 20: Home, not away: the Tulip Project – in pictures

24 April 20: Revealed: leader of group peddling bleach as coronavirus ‘cure’ wrote to Trump this week

21 April 20: Our hospital, our NHS: what it was like to photograph an ICU in the Covid-19 crisis

21 April 20: Philip Pullman: ministers should face charges if Brexit politics slowed PPE

20 April 20: Boris Johnson is the wrong man in the wrong job at the wrong time

19 April 20: How did Britain get its coronavirus response so wrong?

18 April 20: Trump’s performances are terrifying – but I can’t stop myself watching them

18 April 20: Are the Tories set to make Britain a one-party state?

17 April 20: Lula: Bolsonaro leading Brazil ‘to slaughterhouse’ over Covid-19

16 April 20: Banksy reveals pest problem in new lockdown artwork

15 April 20: We scientists said lock down. But UK politicians refused to listen

14 April 20: Wounded by media scrutiny, Trump turned a briefing into a presidential tantrum

13 April 20: In this moment of crisis, macho leaders are a weakness, not a strength

12 April 20: I warned of Trump’s attack on science. But I never predicted the horror that lay ahead

12 April 20: US’s global reputation hits rock-bottom over Trump’s coronavirus response

11 April 20: Coronavirus has exposed the myth of British exceptionalism

11 April 20: With 1,000 deaths a day, our leaders should be facing far tougher questions

11 April 20: Coronavirus: who will be winners and losers in new world order?

9 April 20: A woman’s place appears to be anywhere but the Downing Street press briefing

8 April 20: Be it Hopper pastiche or Hockney original, art offers vital comfort in times of crisis

7 April 20: Coronavirus hits men harder. Here’s what scientists know about it

7 April 20: Leadership, Jim, but not as we know it with Captain Raab on bridge

6 April 20: Seven-year-old Greek piano prodigy pens an ‘isolation waltz’

6 April 20: Ruffled Raab gives little clue of true state of prime minister’s health

5 April 20: Queen praises the people, if not the government, and pulls off a tough gig

4 April 20: How science finally caught up with Trump’s playbook – with millions of lives at stake

3 April 20: The Guardian view on Trump and coronavirus: endangering American lives

2 April 20: UN secretary general: recovery from the coronavirus crisis must lead to a better world

1 April 20: Making a song and dance: the simple things keeping people going

1 April 20: The scale of the coronavirus crisis exposes how pointless the Brexit cause is

31 March 20: The coronavirus crisis has exposed the ugly truth about celebrity culture and capitalism

29 March 20: The Observer view on government failure in the coronavirus crisis

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