Clare Short

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Clare Short is wrong. No wonder sexual abuse is rife in the aid sector | Shaista Aziz
Months after Oxfam whistleblowers went public, nothing has changed. And the plight of women of colour is still hidden, says the former aid worker Shaista Aziz

Shaista Aziz

08, Jun, 2018 @11:53 AM

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Legal and military failings of the Iraq war and its aftermath | Letters
Letters: We were told that there were no contingency plans for what would happen to Iraq after the invasion, except that US policy was to leave it unstable and chaotic so that it did not pose a powerful threat in the region

Letters

07, Jul, 2016 @6:30 PM

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Key figures scrutinised in the Chilcot report
Senior members of the political, military and intelligence establishments have had their conduct closely scrutinised by the inquiry

Ewen MacAskill and Richard Norton-Taylor

06, Jul, 2016 @6:24 PM

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Clare Short: ‘The Chilcot report is longer than the Harry Potter books put together’
The former Labour MP and cabinet minister first supported Tony Blair’s plan to invade Iraq, then resigned in protest. She’s seen some of the long-awaited inquiry’s findings. Why does she think no one will read it?

Decca Aitkenhead

20, Jun, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Syria: former UK development secretaries appeal for safe havens
Clare Short and Andrew Mitchell call for no-fly zones if sieges starving civilians, deemed potential war crimes, are not lifted

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

01, Feb, 2016 @2:49 PM

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Chilcot defends long-delayed Iraq inquiry – but sets no date for publication
Inquiry chairman expressed sympathy over ‘anguish of the families of those who lost their lives in the conflict’ but families frustrated at continued delay

Ewen MacAskill and Richard Norton-Taylor

26, Aug, 2015 @11:00 PM

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The Guardian view on the Chilcot delays: undermining his own work | Editorial
Editorial: The Chilcot inquiry has many purposes. The one that matters most is to help to rebuild trust in politics

Editorial

26, Aug, 2015 @6:59 PM

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Chilcot inquiry: Clare Short blames delays on 'poor first draft'
Ex-cabinet minister contradicted by Sir John Chilcot, who says Maxwellisation process of consulting people criticised in report is not yet complete

Richard Norton-Taylor and Ewen MacAskill

26, Aug, 2015 @2:45 PM

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The Guardian view on the end of the Page 3 pin-up in the Sun: a modest victory | Editorial
Editorial: The disappearance of the Sun’s daily topless model feature is but a skirmish won in the battle against gender discrimination, although one that matters

Editorial

20, Jan, 2015 @7:40 PM

Syria: military strike useless, says Clare Short - video

Clare Short , Labour's former international development minister says military intervention in Syria is inevitable but will do little for progress

27, Aug, 2013 @8:41 AM

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Why Britain is wrong to cut aid to South Africa

This slap in the face represents a failure to recognise that the UK is partly to blame for ongoing inequality and poverty in the region , says Jeremy Kuper

Jeremy Kuper for the Guardian Africa network

02, May, 2013 @11:02 AM

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Rupert Murdoch hints at ending Page 3

Topless models have featured in the Sun for 40 years but the media mogul tweeted that they may belong in the past

Ben Quinn

11, Feb, 2013 @12:43 AM

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