Thomas Tuchel looks uncertain of himself for the first time at Chelsea FC as Juve expose his muddled thinking

Defeat in Turin is unlikely to provide much of a dent to Chelsea’s Champions League progress, but it is the nature of a second successive loss that will be of greater concern to Thomas Tuchel.


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Prue Leith's 'Two Holes' Serve Up The Bake Off Innuendo Of The Series
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This Diagram Shows How Much Fossil Fuel Pollution Has Been Produced In Your Lifetime
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Kieron Dyer hospitalised and "undergoing tests" after Celebrity SAS withdrawal
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Chinese, Greek foreign ministers discuss economic ties
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The 45 destinations fully vaccinated Brits don’t need a test to travel to
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What the world can learn from Rachel Carson as we fight for our planet | Kim Heacox
With her brave book Silent Spring, Carson changed the course of US environmental history. We would do well to study her example“Glasgow is our last chance” has become a climate crisis mantra.World leaders scheduled to meet soon at the United Nations Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow to discuss – and act upon – our global climate crisis face a huge task, as do those here in the US as they fine-tune the climate measures in the Biden administration’s Build Back Better plan. All political measures up to now have been insufficient. The latest UN report on climate change issued a “code red for humanity”. And it’s only going to get worse and probably irreversible – larger fires, extended droughts, more intense storms, and more environmental refugees, destabilized regimes and unlivable parts of our planet – if our carbon-based economy continues unabated.A frequent contributor to the Guardian, Kim Heacox is the author of many books, including The Only Kayak, a memoir, and Jimmy Bluefeather, a novel, both winners of the National Outdoor Book Award. He lives in Alaska Continue reading...
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Big tech’s push for automation hides the grim reality of ‘microwork’ | Phil Jones
The pandemic accelerated the rise of this digital piecework where humans support AIPhil Jones is the author of Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform CapitalismWhen customers in the London borough of Hackney shop in the new Amazon Fresh store, they no longer pay a checkout operator but simply walk out with their goods. Amazon describes “just walk out shopping” as an effortless consumer experience. The rise of automated stores during the pandemic is just the tip of the iceberg. Floor-cleaning robots have been introduced in hospitals, supermarkets and schools. Fast-food restaurants are employing burger-grilling robots and chatbots. And delivery bots are being rolled out at an accelerated pace. As Anuja Sonalker, chief executive of Steer Tech, a tech company specialising in self-parking, ominously said last year: “Humans are biohazards, machines are not.”With the realisation that machines are immune to viruses and social distancing, we have seen the return of an apocalyptic consensus: according to one recent prediction, as many as half of all work tasks are at risk of automation by 2025. Such gloomy forecasts conjure a world where robots do all the work and humans are consigned to history’s dustbin.Phil Jones is the author of Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform Capitalism Continue reading...
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Patson Daka looks like the Jamie Vardy replacement Leicester need
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Tens of thousands of children book online to get Covid jabs
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Alun Wyn Jones hails Gareth Anscombe’s ‘fight’ ahead of Wales comeback
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PMQs LIVE: Starmer rubbing hands with glee as Boris dealt devastating double whammy
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