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Let’s wrench power back from the billionaires | Bernie Sanders 14 Jan 2:33pm Let’s wrench power back from the billionaires | Bernie Sanders
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If we stand together against powerful special interests we can eliminate poverty, increase life expectancy and tackle climate changeHere is where we are as a planet in 2018: after all of the wars, revolutions and international summits of the past 100 years, we live in a world where a tiny handful of incredibly wealthy individuals exercise disproportionate levels of control over the economic and political life of the global community. Difficult as it is to comprehend, the fact is that the six richest people on Earth now
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14 Jan 2:25pm Desperate for a trade deal, the Tories are enabling Donald Trump | Matthew d’Ancona
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Despite the US president’s appalling behaviour and rejection by the British people, the UK government continues to abase itself before the White House“The president fundamentally wants to be liked,” says Katie Walsh, former White House deputy chief of staff, in
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14 Jan 12:46pm Readers hope that the tabloid Guardian will catch alight | Brief letters
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Readers on the hopes (and fears) for the new format newspaperMonday 15 January is also the day of my 64th birthday. I’m waiting, with some trepidation, to see if I love my gift from you as much as I have loved my familiar friend, the Berliner, and its predecessor, all my adult life.
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The Guardian view on UK defence strategy: Britain’s priorities must be European | Editorial 14 Jan 12:44pm The Guardian view on UK defence strategy: Britain’s priorities must be European | Editorial
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Brexit or no Brexit, the UK and France must use this week’s summit to work more closely together on military and security issuesWhether
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14 Jan 9:10am Letter: Peter Preston and the Journalist Network
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a href="https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/jan/07/peter-preston-obituary" title="">Peter Preston
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The middle-aged men of the press must keep pace with seismic social change, or be left behind | Hugh Muir 14 Jan 9:00am The middle-aged men of the press must keep pace with seismic social change, or be left behind | Hugh Muir
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Defensive, self-interested reporting of equality campaigns will leave national newspapers looking behind the curve Hear that rumble; feel that tremor. It’s tectonic plates shifting. 2017 was a year of aggressive activism. 2018 will be even more so. Equality and social justice campaigns have noticeably gone up a gear: think #MeToo, gender, race, mental health, disability. Finally, after years denying there was a problem or defending the status quo, authorities in government and other areas of public life appear to be listening. So how will a British media famously sluggish about addressing demands for social change, much less for change and diversity within the industry itself, cope? The omens aren’t uniformly good.
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The Guardian view on contemporary art in schools: a joyful idea reborn | Editorial 14 Jan 8:42am The Guardian view on contemporary art in schools: a joyful idea reborn | Editorial
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In the 1940s, School Prints were a visionary notion to bring affordable, adventurous artworks into classrooms. Reinvented for the 21st century, they still are todayIn 1946, a letter was sent out to a number of British artists. It began: “We are producing a series of auto-lithographs … for use in schools, as a means of giving school children an understanding of contemporary art. By keeping the price as low as possible, we are able to bring this scheme … within reach of all Education Authorities.” This was the beginning of a project called School Prints. The idea had been that of a dashing Etonian (and European federalist) called Derek Rawnsley, who died in 1943 while in the RAF. It was carried through by his young widow,
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The Observer view on the government’s environment and obesity plans | Observer editorial 13 Jan 7:05pm The Observer view on the government’s environment and obesity plans | Observer editorial
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Only when she tackles producers and retailers will May have workable strategies on recycling and healthy eating Last week, Marks & Spencer withdrew the “
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