Nicola Slawson, The Guardian

Nicola Slawson

The Guardian

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Recent articles by Nicola:

Coronavirus: academic had no official contact on return from China

Martin Dove, who was working in Wuhan, thinks government could do more to track people → Read More

Boris Johnson presses Trump over Harry Dunn suspect returning to UK

PM ‘reiterated need’ for Anne Sacoolas, charged with causing death of teenager, to face justice → Read More

JRR Tolkien's son Christopher dies aged 95

Youngest son of Lord of the Rings author was responsible for editing and publishing much of his father’s work → Read More

Labour leadership: Momentum urges members to back Long Bailey

Campaign group calls Long Bailey ‘only viable candidate’, and backs Angela Rayner for deputy leadership → Read More

Man and woman charged with murder after toddler's death in Doncaster

Two-year-old Keigan Ronnie O’Brien died from head injuries, postmortem shows → Read More

Labour criticises government for failure to condemn Suleimani attack

John McDonnell says the drone strike that killed Iranian general ‘puts us all at risk’ → Read More

HMV confirms three stores are closing with job losses expected

Entertainment retailer warns 10 more shops could shut unless landlords offer new terms → Read More

UK man in hospital 'after swallowing poisonous substance'

Great Manchester police cordon off scene but say no wider threat to community → Read More

David Lammy rules himself out of Labour leadership race

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'Women have been woefully neglected': does medical science have a gender problem?

Women’s symptoms are ignored and their health problems are under-researched. What’s going wrong? → Read More

How street teams and vending machines are helping to eradicate HIV

Easier access to HIV tests and better medical treatment has led to a sharp fall in infections. But stigma is still a problem, says Nicola Slawson → Read More

Greta Thunberg Arrives In The US After Two-Week Sail Across Atlantic

The teenage climate change activist is in New York to attend the UN climate summit in September. → Read More

Rare ‘Banksy’ Interview Discovered In ITV Vault

The report was filmed ahead of the elusive graffiti artist’s Turf War exhibition in 2003. → Read More

Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's Ousted President, Has Collapsed In Court And Died

Morsi was democratically elected in 2012 after the 2011 Arab Spring saw the end of President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule. → Read More

Hong Kong Extradition Law: Why Are So Many People Protesting?

Thousands protest as police use force to disperse crowds outside the government's headquarters. → Read More

Japan Stabbing: Three Dead Following Attack On Schoolchildren In Tokyo

16 people including 15 young schoolgirls were injured. → Read More

Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke Dies Aged 89

He entered the Guinness Book of Records in 1954 for sculling 2.5 pints of beer in 11 seconds. → Read More

Pamela Anderson Brands UK 'America's Bitch' In Rant About Julian Assange's Arrest

'You need a diversion from your idiotic Brexit bulls***.' → Read More

Shamima Begum's Husband Wants Pair To Live To The Netherlands With Their Baby

Yago Riedijk, who is Dutch, said he rejects the Islamic State. → Read More

As Austerity Strips Public Services, These Volunteers Are Keeping Britain Running

From bus drivers to gardeners, community services are reliant on unpaid help as council funds are slashed. → Read More