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Kim Sengupta Huawei’s removal from Britain’s 5G network was all but inevitable

Analysis: US sanctions have tipped the balance against the Chinese firm, writes Kim Sengupta

inside business

I May Destroy You proves that there are no easy answers to trauma

Michaela Coel’s brilliant drama about the aftermath of sexual assault makes for incredibly disconcerting viewing, says Micha Frazer-Carroll, and is all the more powerful for it

Aaaaaay-o! Aaaaaay-o! Why Live Aid was the greatest show of all

Bob Geldof’s global humanitarian gig united the world’s biggest stars for an unforgettable fundraiser 35 years ago. But behind the camera it was chaos, says Mark Beaumont

Sport

Alex Pattle Why UFC Fight Island was a mirage all along

The concept and promotion of the UFC’s first card on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island promised so much character, but the event delivered very little, writes Alex Pattle

Gaming Review

Ghost of Tsushima is a lush and often sublime samurai epic

US games studio Sucker Punch dextrously recreate 13th-century Japan for this gorgeous and engaging open-world action game

Long Reads

Jonathan Cooper Boris Johnson must face the ghosts of viruses past, present and future

Having lived as a gay man through the Aids pandemic, I have some advice for the prime minister on how to stop this crisis from becoming a catastrophe, writes Jonathan Cooper

Travel questions

Simon Calder Do I have to get travel insurance for my holiday in France?

Simon Calder on emergency costs, flight compensation and the cut in VAT

Ai Weiwei among top artists donating work to our campaign auction

Sotheby’s sale raising funds for food surplus charity The Felix Project will also feature work by Tracey Emin, Bridget Riley and Anish Kapoor

Chelsea seek to regain top-four foothold against relegated Norwich

Follow all the action live as Frank Lampard’s side aim to secure their place in next season’s Champions League

Layla Moran As chair of a new inquiry on coronavirus, I will get answers for you

This target is ambitious, but there is simply no time to waste when it comes to learning the lessons from the UK response to the pandemic

How I May Destroy You could change the way we speak about rape

Olivia Petter speaks to survivors, charities and campaign groups about popular culture’s role in the way society views consent

Aaaaaay-o! Aaaaaay-o! Why Live Aid was the greatest show of all

Bob Geldof’s global humanitarian gig united the world’s biggest stars for an unforgettable fundraiser 35 years ago. But behind the camera it was chaos, says Mark Beaumont

How London became an empty playground for the global elite

A new book, ‘Alpha City’, surveys a metropolis ensnared by the super-rich, which shines an even brighter light on inequality today, says Ceri Radford. How did things go so horribly awry?

Bastille Day: For Parisian style, these are the French brands to know

Vive la France! Honour the day with one of these sartorial staple brands

10 stunning bird images from the 2020 Audubon Photography Awards

Photo of double-crested cormorant diving underwater clinches grand prize

The bees that are transported to France’s Provence region every year

Each summer, a few lucky insects journey to pollen paradise in the lavender fields of Valensole, France

Florida governor Ron DeSantis heckled over coronavirus surge

Protester interrupted press conference to hector governor for 'doing nothing' while more than 4,000 people died