The Guardian Summaries and Reviews

See all summaries and reviews from The Guardian at a glance.

8 Article

The high cost of living in a disabling world

For all the advances that have been made in recent decades, disabled people cannot yet participate in society ‘on an equal basis’ with others – and the pandemic has led to many protections being cruelly eroded
Jan Grue
The Guardian, 2021
7 Article

Time Millionaires

Meet the people pursuing the pleasure of leisure
Sirin Kale
The Guardian, 2021
8 Article

Bosses turn to “tattleware” to keep tabs on employees working at home

The pandemic prompted a surge in the use of workplace surveillance programs – and they’re not going away any time soon
Sandy Milne
The Guardian, 2021
8 Article

Ready to Quit Your Job?

Here Are the 17 Questions to Ask Yourself First
Elle Hunt
The Guardian, 2021
8 Article

Food Fraud and Counterfeit Cotton

The Detectives Untangling the Global Supply Chain
Samanth Subramanian
The Guardian, 2021
5 Article
Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes
The Guardian, 2019
8 Article

Are We Prepared for the Looming Epidemic Threat?

A dangerous virus, as yet unknown, has the potential to wipe out millions of us. Yet public health bodies are mired in complacency.
Jonathan Quick
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article

‘State capture’

The corruption investigation that has shaken South Africa
Mark Gevisser
The Guardian, 2019
8 Article

Generalise, Don’t Specialise

Why focusing too narrowly is bad for us
David J. Epstein
The Guardian, 2019
8 Article
Paul Tullis
The Guardian, 2019