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From Jim Crow to Buffalo, replacement theory’s trail of destruction runs across American history

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When America’s founders sat down to craft the structure of their brand new British spin-off, the preamble to the US constitution described the purpose of this experiment in democracy – to create a “more perfect union”...

Revisión de Michael Kiwanuka: la paciencia es oro

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Vestido con una chaqueta de ensueño Technicolor a rayas que recuerda a Joseph, Michael Kiwanuka baraja en el escenario, azotado por los aullidos celestiales de sus coristas. “Para empezar de nuevo,” respira en Piano Joint (Este tipo de lo...

Michael Gove is right about one thing: building more homes won’t solve anything

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Boris Johnson’s Queen’s speech was largely empty of substance. So thank goodness for the housing and planning secretary, Michael Gove. In his contribution he never spoke truer words, at least if anyone understood them...

From Michael Foot’s ‘donkey jacket’ to Barnard Castle beer … inside the People’s History Museum

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Museums still tend to celebrate the Mr Bigs in society: their stately homes and vanity portraits, their inventions and ideas. But on the banks of the River Irwell, opposite Manchester’s high court, sits a curvaceous m...

Northern Territory chief minister Michael Gunner resigns, saying ‘head and heart’ no longer in job

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The Northern Territory’s chief minister, Michael Gunner, has announced his resignation, dicho: “My head and my heart are no longer in the job.” “There is never a perfect time to step back, walk away, and give others ...

Estimado Nadhim Zahawi, teaching empathy is difficult while Tory scandals pile up

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I was in a secondary school last week, asked in to talk about how books and writing help with developing a sense of empathy. Before the session, I went through my books looking for pieces that might suggest to the stu...

Michael Horvath: the Strava co-founder who’s pacing himself

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Michael Horvath took up hiking and yoga during the pandemic when his usual cycle to work was off limits. Like almost 100 million others in nearly 300 countries he was able to track his chosen activities on Strava – th...

Michael Fabricant sorry for saying teachers and nurses had lockdown drinks

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The Tory MP Michael Fabricant has apologised for suggesting many teachers and nurses enjoyed a “quiet drink” at the end of the day in staff rooms during lockdown. In a letter published on the National Association of H...

‘We ought to be shocked’: Michael Winterbottom’s unflinching film honouring Gaza’s dead children

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Two and a half years ago, Michael Winterbottom began a sabbatical. He had been bruised by losing control of the final cut on Greed, his satire about a Philip-Green-alike, played by Steve Coogan. He felt the studio had...

Michael Baker obituary

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My brother, Michael Baker, quien ha muerto envejecido 71 after a long illness, was one of the most popular and influential figures on the Welsh drama scene. He played a significant role in shaping the Welsh theatre landscape i...

Para los republicanos negros, levantarse por sus propios medios es una ficción obligada

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Aparte de la manipulación racial, suprimiendo votos, escuelas con fondos insuficientes, defender un sistema de justicia penal sesgado, negar el derecho de una mujer a elegir, impidiendo el acceso a la asistencia sanitaria, socavando la democracia, oposición ...

Studying health inequalities has been my life’s work. What’s about to happen in the UK is unprecedented

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Dignidad. It is fundamental to who we are and our place in society. One way to deprive people of the opportunity to lead dignified lives is to take away the means to meet their material needs. It is undignified to have...

Michael Towke claims cabinet minister texted ‘I believe you’ following allegations against Scott Morrison

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Michael Towke, the man who Scott Morrison beat to become the MP for the Sydney seat of Cook 15 hace años que, claims a serving federal cabinet minister has encouraged him to speak out about his alleged bad experiences wit...

Dan Carter on kicking 1,598 metas en 24 hours for charity: 'DE ACUERDO, sounds doable’

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When Dan Carter signed off from international rugby, he was rightly proud of his 1,598 Test points. Ask him how he feels about them come Friday afternoon. This Thursday, at 7pm local time, Carter will stride on to the...

New Zealand’s Covid strategy was one of the world’s most successful – what can we learn from it?

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Two weeks ago marked the two-year anniversary of New Zealand’s adoption of the elimination strategy and a lockdown that successfully stamped out the first wave of Covid-19. By chance, it was also the week that the gov...

Estimado Nadhim Zahawi, your Great Big Bag of Big Ideas feels uncannily empty

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Do you remember that speech in Shakespeare’s The Tempest when Prospero’s slave, Ariel, reports back to his master with an account of all the work he’s done to capsize the king’s ship? He says he boarded the ship and “...

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