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The web of connections in the phone hacking scandal: who knew whom, and how? Click through to zoom in and scroll around, or download the PDF version here.

The web of connections in the phone hacking scandal: who knew whom, and how? Click through to zoom in and scroll around, or download the PDF version here.

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How to spot a psychopath

guardian:

From Broadmoor to boardroom, they’re everywhere, says Jon Ronson, in an exclusive extract from his new book

The 20-Item checklist:

Item 1 Glibness/superficial charm
Item 2 Grandiose sense of self-worth
Item 3 Need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
Item 4 Pathological lying
Item 5 Cunning/manipulative
Item 6 Lack of remorse or guilt
Item 7 Shallow affect
Item 8 Callous/lack of empathy
Item 9 Parasitic lifestyle
Item 10 Poor behavioural controls
Item 11 Promiscuous sexual behaviour
Item 12 Early behaviour problems
Item 13 Lack of realistic long-term goals
Item 14 Impulsivity
Item 15 Irresponsibility
Item 16 Failure to accept responsibility for own actions
Item 17 Many short-term marital relationships
Item 18 Juvenile delinquency
Item 19 Revocation of conditional release
Item 20 Criminal versatility
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So the Wikileaks map from The Guardian has been making the rounds. But I have a question: why is Australia so conspicuously clean? Do the diplomatic cables never mention Australia? Is Wikileaks self-censoring Julian Assange’s home country? Or am I missing something (as usual)?

So the Wikileaks map from The Guardian has been making the rounds. But I have a question: why is Australia so conspicuously clean? Do the diplomatic cables never mention Australia? Is Wikileaks self-censoring Julian Assange’s home country? Or am I missing something (as usual)?