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Guardian Headlines We Can Answer – No

Another in our ever popular series of Guardian headlines we can answer: Are Mexican avocados the world's new conflict commodity? No. Now, the risk analytics group Verisk...

No

From our ever popular series, headline question in The Guardian we can answer. Can Buddhism solve the NHS’s problems? As useful a demonstration of Betteridge's Law...

Because The NHS Is A Producer Led, Stalinist, Monstrosity

From our ever popular series "Questions In The Observer We Can Answer": Why is it so hard to allow mothers the kind of labour they...

People Like Retro Cocktails Of Cheesy Euphoria

From our ever popular series, Headlines In The Guardian We Can Answer: Shunned by hipsters, adored by local Scots, they’re the fringe’s biggest show. How...

Because Disabled Access Costs Money

Another in our series of Guardian Headlines We Can Answer: Why aren’t new homes fully accessible for older and disabled people? David Brindle It costs money to...

The Four Day Week Is Already Here By Any Reasonable Standard

A useful and interesting violation of Betteridge's Law (that any newspaper headline with a question mark can be answered "No") is this about that...

Could Psychedelics Transform Mental Health?

In an interesting violation of Betteridge's Law an addition to our ever popular series of Headlines We Can Answer. Yes. Could psychedelics transform mental health? As Allen...

From Our Series, Newspaper Headlines We Can Answer

Actually, our ever popular series, Newspaper Headlines We Can Answer: Machines may beat us in debate, but will they ever have the human touch? No. Next question? In...