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21 Novembre 2019 0

Bolsonaro wants to end democracy in Brazil. Here’s one way he could do it | David Miranda | Opinion | The Guardian

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Bolsonaro wants to end democracy in Brazil. Here’s one way he could do it David Miranda he challenges to democracy…

26 Ottobre 2019 0

Britain was built on the backs of slaves. A memorial is the least they deserve | Afua Hirsch | Opinion | The Guardian

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A planned monument is at risk because of a lack of funds. What an undignified mess, says Guardian columnist Afua…

26 Settembre 2019 0

Boris Johnson’s brutish parliamentary performance defied all democratic dignity | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian

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The shameful spectacle of Johnson’s MPs cheering him on can only serve to unite opposition efforts to defeat him• Live:…

7 Settembre 2019 0

Think Boris Johnson is toxic to voters? Don’t be so sure | Gaby Hinsliff | Opinion | The Guardian

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We can’t be certain that a tide of progressive votes will wash away the prime minister’s chances of winning an…

2 Settembre 2019 0

Paracetamol poisonings have jumped 44% in 10 years. We must change how it’s sold | Rose Cairns for the Conversation | Australia news | The Guardian

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It’s the No 1 pharmaceutical Australian poisons centres receive calls about Most of us take paracetamol every now and again…

30 Luglio 2019 0

Jeremy Corbyn, I no longer want to be a member of your Labour party | Alastair Campbell | Opinion | The Guardian

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Though I would win my appeal against expulsion, your losing mentality and lack of Brexit leadership mean I won’t return…

17 Luglio 2019 0

Trump’s ‘go back’ racism is crude, but may be dangerously effective | Afua Hirsch | Opinion | The Guardian

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As we’ve seen in the UK, attacking the identity of people of colour can be a route to political success…

16 Giugno 2019 0

Franco Zeffirelli was a master charmer – no wonder we all fell for his Romeo and Juliet | Film | The Guardian

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His take on Shakespeare’s tragedy tapped the zeitgeist, but Zeffirelli’s whole body of work pulsated with an irresistible camp and…

11 Giugno 2019 0

The populist right is forging an unholy alliance with religion | Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins and Anton Jäger | Opinion | The Guardian

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‘In Italy, Matteo Salvini ostentatiously brandished a Catholic rosary as results from the European elections came in’ Photograph: Antonio Calanni/AP…

8 Giugno 2019 0

Like May, the first woman in cabinet faced a lonely battle in a male-dominated world | Rachel Reeves | Opinion | The Guardian

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Ninety years after Margaret Bondfield was appointed, the challenges for female politicians are different but real The imminent departure of…

6 Giugno 2019 0

Jeremy Corbyn is right: Labour needs both its leavers and its remainers | Larry Elliott | Opinion | The Guardian

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Those who attack him over the second referendum wilfully ignore the party’s roots, plus the many defects of the EU…

3 Giugno 2019 0

Britain is horribly divided – but that’s also the fault of remainers | John Harris | Opinion | The Guardian

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Opposing a reckless no-deal Brexit by embracing a tribal war would be disastrous, says Guardian columnist John Harris In the…