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The nationality bill makes it clear: some British citizens are more equal than others

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As longstanding human rights campaigners, we are both well acquainted with the harsh realities of inequality and injustice in modern Britain. But the government’s nationality and borders bill – which will be in the co...

Romaine Hart: an inspiring figure who reinvigorated cinema in the UK

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Romaine Hart gave me my start in the film business, hiring me as an usher at the Screen on the Green cinema in Islington, London, when I was 18; alongside the programmer Roger Austin she taught me fundamental lessons ...

Australian skateboarder Kieran Woolley takes out – then fist bumps – cameraman

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The perils of skateboarding are well known to athletes but it is unlikely those from the media tasked with covering one of the new Olympic sports in Tokyo believed they would be in danger too. But as a cameraman filmi...

Black faces in high places: how Simon Woolley revolutionised British politics

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In the mid-90s, Simon Woolley believed British politics was largely indifferent to minority communities. In 1995, there had been riots in Brixton, south London, after Wayne Douglas, a 26-year-old Black man, had died i...

Despite the Sewell report, No 10 can no longer remain in denial about racism

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This was a wasted opportunity. But last year’s protests created a move for change the government won’t be able to hold backI can imagine the reaction of people of colour to the publication of the government’s race dis...