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How a ‘lazy’ siesta could transform the UK’s working day | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

The Guardian 26 Aug 2021
My people, I thought ... We are in the middle of a tedious and strung-out debate about work and flexibility, and a disturbing number of people seem to have Stockholm syndrome. Only yesterday I read a piece in Fortune magazine entitled ... God forbid! ....
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How a ‘lazy’ siesta could transform the UK’s working day

The Observer 26 Aug 2021
I will confess that my sleepy heart sang when I read the news that the National Trust would be introducing siestas for its staff ... We are in the middle of a tedious and strung-out debate about work and flexibility, and a disturbing number of people seem to have Stockholm syndrome. Only yesterday I read a piece in Fortune magazine entitled ... God forbid!.
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Copenhagen is rated the best city in the world for its quality of life for ...

The Daily Mail 24 Jun 2021
Copenhagen has been named the best city in the world for its quality of life for the fourth time by Monocle magazine. Zurich, Helsinki, Stockholm and Tokyo rounded out the top five as Monocle ...
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Bryan Adams announces he is the official photographer of the iconic Pirelli Calendar

Music News 08 Jun 2021
His work has been exhibited at museums and galleries across the globe, such as the Saatchi Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Haus der Kunst in Munich and at Fotografiska in Stockholm; published in the most respected magazines worldwide, and has ...
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The women shaping YOUR wardrobe who you've never heard of: Retail Week names the most ...

The Daily Mail 31 May 2021
We're not just reacting to what we see in celebrity magazines ... Helmersson rightfully earned the title of 'Most Powerful Woman in Business' from the weekly business magazine Veckans Affärer Pictured, at the H&M financial report presentation, Stockholm in Sweden on 30 January 2020.
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Agora: a marketplace of ideas

New Statesman 10 May 2021
Welcome to the New Statesman ’s philosophy column. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=" " data-adaptive-image-max-img=" "> ... He tweets @aj_wendland ... Hugh’s College, Oxford. Does the truth set us free? – Ulrika Carlsson, PhD in Philosophy at Yale University and writer for Axess Magazine in Stockholm, Sweden ... John’s College, Annapolis ... Horror and comedy.
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Matthew Syed’s Sideways takes a second look at Stockholm Syndrome

New Statesman 17 Feb 2021
Reply All’s “The Test Kitchen” investigates a scandal at a US food magazine ]. The first episode explores the term “Stockholm Syndrome” by re-examining the 1973 bank robbery in Sweden that led mental health professionals to first define the phenomenon of a hostage identifying with, defending or entering some kind of relationship with their captor.
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What Sweden can teach us about coronavirus

Politico 03 Jul 2020
Magazine. Letter from Stockholm What Sweden can teach us about coronavirus ... People picnic June 19, during the annual Midsummer celebrations in Stockholm ... Facebook ... Link ... While there’s no denying that Sweden’s approach has, so far, led to a much higher death toll than in many of its neighbors, Stockholm is betting it will be proved right in the long run.
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Reflections Takes Readers on a Journey from Despair to Hope

Daily Freeman 26 May 2020
NEW YORK, May 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan James' new book release, by Brian and Fia Hobbs, is an inspiring story written from the perspective of a man with terminal cancer and his wife ... Fia has helped countless clients, and her work has led her to be featured in many Swedish magazines and newspapers. Fia currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden ... ().
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Into the wild: The trip that changed my definition of 'adventure' forever

Irish Independent 16 May 2020
My adventure began in the Ryanair boarding queue at Stansted Airport. I stood up on my tiptoes, alert as a meerkat, trying to identify a mysterious 'Jacob' in a snaking throng bound for Stockholm. Jacob was the photographer set to accompany me on an adventure travel assignment for Suitcase magazine ... I hoped he was nice. I hoped I was nice ... / ... .
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Pakistan round-up: Coronavirus situation, state-run radio & TV's J&K weather updates and more

The Times of India 12 May 2020
Sajid Hussain, from the troubled southwestern province of Balochistan, was working part-time as a professor in Uppsala, about 60 kilometres (35 miles) north of Stockholm, when he went missing on March 2 ... Reporters without Borders said Hussain was last seen getting onto a train for Uppsala in Stockholm.
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Missing Pakistan Journalist Found Dead in Sweden

Voa News 02 May 2020
Sajid Hussain, from the troubled southwestern province of Baluchistan, was working part-time as a professor in Uppsala, about 60 kilometers north of Stockholm, when he went missing on March 2 ... According to the RSF, Hussain was last seen getting onto a train for Uppsala in Stockholm.
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Missing Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain found dead in Sweden

Dawn 01 May 2020
Hussain, hailing from Balochistan, was working part-time as a professor in Uppsala, about 60 kilometres north of Stockholm, when he went missing on March 2. He was also the chief editor of the Balochistan Times, an online magazine he had set up, in which he wrote about drug trafficking, forced disappearances and a long-running insurgency.
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Pakistan's Khashoggi moment? Baloch journo's death in Sweden raises questions

DNA India 01 May 2020
An exiled Pakistani journalist Sajid Hussain of Balochi descent who had been missing since March has been found dead in Sweden ... Hussain was last seen on March 2 and had been missing since then ... On Friday, the Balochistan Times, an online magazine that he edited, announced that he had been missing from Uppsala, a city near Stockholm, since March 2 ... .
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Maj Sjöwall obituary

The Guardian 30 Apr 2020
Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö met in 1962 while working as magazine journalists and translators in Stockholm ... ....
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