Opinion

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I read the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling to see what we lost. Everyone should | Francine Prose
What I admire most is how the ruling, at once profound and lyrical, describes the atmosphere surrounding the issue of abortion. It is beautiful

Francine Prose

01, Jul, 2022 @10:19 AM

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What happened to us, the children of the 1960s? We have it all: we need to give some back | Polly Toynbee
UK politics is in thrall to my postwar cohort. That’s to the country’s detriment, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee

Polly Toynbee

01, Jul, 2022 @10:11 AM

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The Africa Centre is back. Now will Britain finally embrace all of its cultural heritage? | Jason Okundaye
The famous centre was forced to uproot itself from Covent Garden. Then came Black Lives Matter. Maybe this time it will be treasured, says writer Jason Okundaye

Jason Okundaye

01, Jul, 2022 @9:07 AM

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Go to Derby: see how a museum can help shape a better future | Charlotte Higgins
The Museum of Making boldly sets out its vision – and has no time for national myths of lost greatness, says the Guardian’s chief culture writer, Charlotte Higgins

Charlotte Higgins

01, Jul, 2022 @7:00 AM

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There are 50 trillion bees on earth – but if the varroa mite gets loose it’s going to be terrible news | First Dog on the Moon
But can’t we just all be varroa mates?

First Dog on the Moon

01, Jul, 2022 @5:16 AM

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Striking workers are providing the opposition that Britain desperately needs | Andy Beckett
The strikes are gaining momentum, and public opinion is behind them – could they transform our economic landscape, asks Guardian columnist Andy Beckett

Andy Beckett

01, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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The US supreme court just made yet another devastating decision for humanity | Peter Kalmus
The EPA ruling means it may now be mathematically impossible through available avenues for the US to achieve its greenhouse gas emissions goal

Peter Kalmus

30, Jun, 2022 @7:25 PM

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The Guardian view on the Nato summit: new roles for old | Editorial
Editorial: The cold war military alliance has been revived as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But the words are not yet matched by the deeds

Editorial

30, Jun, 2022 @5:45 PM

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The Guardian view on policing in crisis: the Met needs a superhead | Editorial
Editorial: Six forces including London’s are now in special measures. But the government’s actions too should be scrutinised

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30, Jun, 2022 @5:44 PM

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I thought no one smoked any more – the 13-hour leg of my bus trip through leisure country | Brigid Delaney
Sydney to Cairns takes 47 hours nonstop. A log cabin roadhouse outside Gympie provides a rare and welcome treat – actual rest

Brigid Delaney

30, Jun, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Putin’s war is also a crime – the world must punish Russia as a terrorist state | Andriy Zagorodnyuk
After airstrikes on civilian targets, Ukraine’s allies must use the correct legal definitions, says the former Ukrainian defence minister Andriy Zagorodnyuk

Andriy Zagorodnyuk

30, Jun, 2022 @3:09 PM

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Banning babies from parliament shows just how out of touch Westminster is | Stella Creasy
If we want more women with children to become MPs we need family-friendly policies for parents like me in the Commons, says Walthamstow MP Stella Creasy

Stella Creasy

30, Jun, 2022 @12:25 PM

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