In this week's edition:
â€¢ The resignation of Cardinal Keith O'Brien must be followed by a full-scale investigation of the Scottish Catholic church. Read the article here.
by Kevin McKenna
â€¢ Mississippi doctors make medical history made with first 'functional cure' of unnamed two-year-old born with the virus who now needs no medication. Read the article here.
by Ian Sample
â€¢ On Bastoy prison island in Norway, the prisoners, some of whom are murderers and rapists, live in conditions that critics brand 'cushy' and 'luxurious'. Yet it has by far the lowest reoffending rate in Europe. Read the article here.
by Erwin James
â€¢ Not one pupil at Gladstone Primary in Peterborough speaks English as a first language. But, despite the challenges, it has just received a glowing Ofsted report. The Guardian spent a day there. Read the article here.
by Patrick Barkham
â€¢ Directors Paolo and Vittorio Taviani have been unjustly overlooked for two decades. Now they're back with a prize-winning new film acted by a cast of prison inmates. Read the article here.
by Ryan Gilbey
And in our audiobook review we explore the world of work, with Dave Eggers' latest novel, A Hologram for the King, and Oliver James's examination of the duplicity and double-dealing, Office Politics.
To read these stories and more go to www.guardian.co.uk and to hear the full audiobooks reviewed visit www.audible.co.uk/guardianaudio.
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