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Julius Caesar review: Verse the first to be stabbed in the back

This production merely amplifies the fault-lines. Blessedly, director James Evans (for Bell Shakespeare) seeks to establish no specific modern parallels. These shout themselves loudly enough when no conspirator can answer why Caesar had to die, beyond the rather fluffy concept of “ambition” – exactly what made him one of Rome’s …

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Radical action needed to save Great Barrier Reef, major climate report warns

By 2100, global sea level rise would be 10 centimetres lower under the 1.5 degree scenario, reducing the risks for 10 million people. The “likelihood of an Arctic Ocean free of sea ice in summer” would be once per century rather than once per decade. Human activities have already caused …

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Mega Man 11 review: Robo-reboot is true to punishingly difficult form

This means you’re going to try a few of the stages to find a boss you can defeat (and the game hints very strongly at where you should start), before taking his weapon to the other stages to see what you can do with it. The most gratifying part is …

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