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To protect the supreme court’s legitimacy, a conservative justice should step down

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In Planned Parenthood v Casey, a landmark decision from 1992, the US supreme court memorably noted that its “power lies … in its legitimacy”. If the people come to question the court’s legitimacy, they will cease to a...

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...

Big brands should let Emma Raducanu just enjoy the game

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Three cheers for Adrian Chiles’s eloquent plea (Must Emma Raducanu become a brand? Let’s just enjoy her genius, 16 septiembre) for Emma Raducanu to be allowed to develop her profile as an outstanding tennis talent, une...

Nadine Dorries should write what she likes. And I’ll read what I like

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In the latest tedious round of the culture war, I did not expect to be taking a position on the books of the new culture secretary, Nadine Dorries, whose defenders point to her being a prolific novelist as evidence of...

We should relish results that jolt the toxic Ronaldo and Messi fanfare

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When talking about Young Boys of Berne, who are always funny, and always funny in exactly the same way, it is important to remember that Young Boys are in on the joke. In fact it was their joke in the first place, la...

‘Deaf children should know that nothing is impossible’: Rose Ayling-Ellis on a Strictly milestone

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Rose Ayling-Ellis is making history – and learning to jive. “It’s a lot of jumping off the ground, I’m going to be so out of breath!", says the actor, who will be the first ever deaf contestant on Strictly Come Dancin...

With many climate activists unable to access vaccines, should Cop26 go ahead?

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As a Kenyan from a farming community that has experienced the ravages of the climate crisis, no one is keener to see a successful climate summit held in Glasgow than me. But this year, due to restrictions placed by th...

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring

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Many people believed he couldn’t do it. Ski across the Greenland ice sheet, a vast, unmapped, high-elevation plateau of ice and snow? Madness. But Fridtjof Nansen, a young Norwegian, proved them wrong. En 1888, he and...

Should you go private or choose a uni hall?

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You might have seen the shiny new buildings and be wondering whether to live in private halls next year. But it’s worth bearing in mind that these can be expensive, with gyms and en-suite rooms pushing up the prices p...

Johnson’s tax raid on workers should be a gift to Labour

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The national insurance hike to fund social care should have been a major political victory for Labour, personally gift wrapped by Boris Johnson. The policy amounts to a raid on the living standards of workers, whose w...

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return should provoke awkward conversations as well as cheers

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Cristiano Ronaldo may well make his return for Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday. On the pitch or not – every camera will be fixed on him. Every stretch. Every light jog. Every side-foot pass. Every stepov...

TechScape: Should government use the web to nudge our behaviour?

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What should a public service announcement be in the 21st century? How can a government communicate with its citizens? And when does a state-run ad campaign become public policy in its own right? These are questions I...

My husband just told me he is bisexual. Should I be worried about our future?

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My husband and I have been together for 16 years and have two kids. He recently told me he’s bisexual. I was shocked and feel uncomfortable thinking of him having sex with men. I am not homophobic, but I just didn’t ...

‘I’ve never said we should plant a trillion trees’: what ecopreneur Thomas Crowther did next

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Thomas Crowther understands more than most the danger of simple, optimistic messages about combating the climate crisis. En julio 2019, the British ecologist co-authored a study estimating that Earth had space for an e...

UK furlough scheme enters its final month – should it be extended?

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There have been few unalloyed successes for the government during its battle with the biggest public health challenge of modern times. Vaccine procurement was one, the furlough introduced at the start of the crisis wa...

My experience as a trans person doesn’t fit the script, but why should it?

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For the longest time, I was convinced I couldn’t be really transgender. I knew that living as a woman made me want to climb out of my own skin, but I also understood that my story bore little resemblance to how trans ...

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