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A moral victory: what the acquittal of the Colston Four means for future protests

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Last week a court acquitted four protesters who helped tear down a statue of the notorious slave trader Edward Colston. Damien Gayle describes what the case means for future protests and one of the defendants, Sage Wi...

‘A moral issue to correct’: the long tail of Elena Ceaușescu’s fraudulent scientific work

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Romanian researchers have called on academic publishers to remove Elena Ceaușescu’s name from almost two dozen scientific papers and books fraudulently published as her work, più di 30 years after the wife of the f...

The moral case for destroying fossil fuel infrastructure

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The climate struggle has entered a new phase. It is marked by a search for different tactics: something that cannot be so easily ignored, a mode of action that disrupts business-as-usual for real, some way to pull the...

Universities have lost moral compass over Mosley donations, says Oxford don

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An Oxford professor has said state reform of universities may be necessary as he claimed they had lost their moral compass by accepting donations from a trust set up by the late Max Mosley. Oxford and universities in ...

Move over, Aristotle: can a bot solve moral philosophy?

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Corporal punishment, wearing fur, pineapple on pizza – moral dilemmas, are by their very nature, hard to solve. That’s why the same ethical questions are constantly resurfaced in TV, films and literature. But what if ...

The Guardian view on English football governance: in need of a moral compass

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It was perhaps the writer and journalist Arthur Hopcraft who got closest to the heart of the visceral appeal of our national game. In The Football Man, published two years after England won the World Cup in 1966, Hopc...

‘Moral bankruptcy’: whistleblower offers scathing assessment of Facebook

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It might, as one senator put it, be remembered as “the big tobacco jaw-dropping moment of truth”. The truth-teller was former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen, appearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to testify tha...

The moral maize: should cinemas ban popcorn?

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In the Guide’s weekly Solved! column, we look into a crucial pop-culture question you’ve been burning to know the answer to – and settle it, once and for all The snacks for sale in the cinema today are a smörgåsbord o...

Return of migrant vessels: a violation of maritime law and moral duty

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Gaspare, a fisher from Sciacca in Sicily, had rescued dozens of migrants attempting to reach Italy by boat from Libya when the Italian authorities threatened to arrest him and his crew for aiding illegal immigration. ...

US omits Macron’s plea for ‘moral responsibility’ from record of Biden call

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The White House’s readout of a call between Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron on the crisis in Afghanistan leaves out an impassioned plea from the French president that the US and its allies have a “moral responsibility” ...

When moral pieties get in the way of doing the right thing, children suffer

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A council’s most important job is not emptying the bins or filling in potholes, the stuff most people see day to day. It has by far and away one of the most important jobs anyone could have: to be a parent. Local auth...

Boris Johnson accused of losing ‘moral backbone’ as plan for Troubles amnesty faces wall of opposition – politics live

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Ultimi aggiornamenti: Labour calls plans for statute of limitations to end prosecutions related to the Troubles before 1998 ‘staggeringly insensitive’

What the moral panic about ‘critical race theory’ is about

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Whatever Republican politicians and rightwing media are referring to when they talk about “critical race theory”, it has little to do with critical race theory as an actual discipline. Developed in the 1970s and 80s b...

Money review – find a way out of capitalism’s moral maze

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It’s a classic question: what would you be willing to overlook in exchange for a big chunk of cash? If money can be put to good use, does it matter where it comes from? In represent. theatre company’s lightly interact...

‘It’s a moral decision’: Dr Seuss books are being ‘recallednot cancelled, expert says

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The titles that Dr Seuss Enterprises said it would cease printing contained racist stereotypes, English professor Philip Nel saysA leading expert on racism in children’s literature has said the decision by the Dr Seus...