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Ryanair aircraft at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

As is often the case with Ryanair, the Irish airline responded aggressively yesterday when presented with a negative media report. The Guardian news(...)

Leo Varadkar: “If you start trying to amend it or unpick it you might find that the whole thing starts to unravel.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said there is “not much room for renegotiation” of the Brexit deal. Mr Varadkar also said it will be “very difficult” to a(...)

Elon Musk, ceo SpaceX, left, shakes hands with Yusaku Maezawa, who will be the first private passenger on a rocket around the moon. Photograph: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

Elon Musk plans to launch Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa on a rocket around the moon, the embattled SpaceX CEO announced on Monday. Maezawa, a 4(...)

  Caster Semenya: new rule will impact the South African 800m World and Olympic champion. Photograph: Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters

The chairman of UK Athletics has warned that there are “a lot of questions and challenges” with the IAAF’s controversial new testosterone rules. He f(...)

Manchester United’s Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring during the English Premier League football match. His £75 million (€81 million) transfer featured among a record breaking window. Photograph: Getty Images

Premier League clubs spent a record £1.4 billion (€1.5 billion) on players this summer, including an unprecedented £210 million on transfer deadline d(...)

Bank of England governor Mark Carney: “I will drink the martini and order another two.” Photograph: Frank Augstein/PA Wire

Bank of England governor Mark Carney is partial to a martini, apparently, and likes a joke, but has trouble telling a genuine email from a hoax. Car(...)

Ian Traynor:  a true linguist as well as a gifted reporter

Ian Traynor, the Guardian’s globally respected Europe editor, died in Brussels on Saturday after a short illness at the age of 60. Traynor witnessed,(...)

Alan Rusbridger: “We all currently do our journalism in the teeth of a force 12 digital hurricane,” Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Alan Rusbridger has resigned from the trust that owns the Guardian after other directors raised concerns about his continuing influence at the lossma(...)

Siri has been in trouble many times before. In 2011, the assistant declined to offer information on abortion clinics. She also swore at a 12-year-old boy. Image: Getty

Apple is refusing to comment on allegations that the Russian language version of its voice-controlled virtual assistant, Siri, has provided homophobic(...)

Katharine Viner, who will replace Alan Rusbridger this summer, looks set to continue softening of distinction between news and features. Photograph: EPA/Guardian News & Media

Katharine Viner will this summer become the first woman to run the Guardian newspaper in its 194-year history, but her gender, while important, is not(...)

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