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What would George Floyd’s life have looked like without the crushing weight of racism?

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The murder of George Floyd two years ago prompted a global awakening about the pervasiveness of racism, as millions of people, from Toronto to Tokyo to Tottenham, joined together to take to the streets in the summer o...

George Floyd’s murder should have been a watershed, but Britain has learned nothing

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Since the murder of George Floyd two years ago today, I have been anecdotally observing the phenomenon of African-American refugees: families I have met who have fled racism in the US and sought refuge in Britain. El...

Sunak says he can’t help the cost of living crisis. What about these five simple steps?

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Rishi Sunak has claimed there’s nothing he can do about the external global circumstances driving the cost of living crisis, but he’s dodged the real question: how can he best respond, and avoid an escalating crisis a...

His Name is George Floyd by Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa review – the murder that shamed the US

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When George Floyd was in high school, his teacher Bertha Dinkins prophetically told the teen: “I want to read about you in the newspaper… that you have made history and done something to change society”. She could nev...

George W Bush accidentally admits Iraq war was ‘unjustified and brutal’ in gaffe

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Sigmund Freud was unavailable for comment, but George W Bush saying Iraq instead of Ukraine when condemning “a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion” certainly suggests he still has a lot on his unconscious mind. El...

The banks collapsed in 2008 – and our food system is about to do the same

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For the past few years, scientists have been frantically sounding an alarm that governments refuse to hear: the global food system is beginning to look like the global financial system in the run-up to 2008. While fin...

We need optimism – but Disneyfied climate predictions are just dangerous

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In seeking to prevent environmental breakdown, what counts above all is not the new things we do, but the old things we stop doing. Renewable power, por ejemplo, is useful in preventing climate chaos only to the exte...

George Monbiot: ‘On a vegan planet, Britain could feed 200 million people’

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If the UK switched to a plant-based diet – and used regenerative farming to produce food on the arable land we have (not using artificial fertilisers or pesticides) – how much could we be self-sufficient in food, perc...

George Grosz: museum dedicated to city’s master chronicler opens in Berlin

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Filled with lustful murderers, dishevelled streetwalkers and hollow-eyed wartime amputees, George Grosz’s jagged sketches of Berlin street life during the Weimar Republic never sought to capture the German metropolis ...

Pregúntate esto antes de votar: ¿Puede alguien decir verdaderamente que los tories han mejorado Gran Bretaña??

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Hay una pregunta que cuenta cuando emites tu voto: han mejorado la vida? Este mes, los conservadores habrán estado en el cargo durante 12 años. Hoy dia, en las elecciones locales, tenemos la oportunidad de emitir un juicio...

England’s punitive exam system is good for one thing: preserving privilege

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Why are we doing this to our children? As exam term begins, the question hangs over millions of households. NHS figures suggest that 17% de 6- to 16-year-olds in England now suffer from a “probable mental disorder”, a...

Owen Farrell ‘one of best ever’, claims Saracens teammate Jamie George

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Owen Farrell has been heralded as one of the all-time greats by his Saracens and England teammate Jamie George, who says he cannot understand the criticism that comes the fly-half’s way. Farrell was the standout perfo...

George Christensen changes the dynamic for an already intense Senate race in Queensland

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Campbell Newman’s face is hard to miss. The most conspicuous figure in Queensland politics in a generation – the Liberal National party’s only state premier in more than 25 years – is, as the billboards say, espalda. El...

Actualización de la política de Australia en vivo: George Christensen to run for One Nation; Adam Bandt says trans rights ‘non-negotiable’; 36 Muertes por COVID-19

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Former Liberal National MP George Christensen announces he will run for Pauline Hanson’s party; NSW records eight Covid deaths, Victoria 14 deaths and Queensland 10 fallecidos, with two each in SA and WA; One Nation to co...

George Christensen says he will stand as One Nation candidate at federal election

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The former federal Liberal National party MP George Christensen has defected to One Nation and will run for the rightwing party in the Senate, in what appears to be an attempt to boost Pauline Hanson’s re-election bid...

Buffalo police cleared over pushing 75-year-old George Floyd protester

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An arbitrator has ruled that two Buffalo police officers did not violate use-of-force guidelines when they pushed a 75-year-old protester to the ground in June 2020, during racial injustice protests following the murd...

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