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Job ads aimed at the ‘benefits class’ may be well-meant, but smack of contempt
Attempts by cultural organisations to increase social diversity instead echo the Victorians’ demonisation of the ‘lower orders’

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26, May, 2024 @6:00 AM

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Jürgen Klopp brought not only victories but a fan’s passion for the game | Kenan Malik
The Liverpool manager, who bows out today after nine years, knew football was ‘the most important of least important things’

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19, May, 2024 @6:00 AM

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National sovereignty is little defence against the global hunt for profits | Kenan Malik
Capitalism seems to enable companies to see staff as expendable units, not humans

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12, May, 2024 @6:00 AM

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Unfair jail sentences – one more example of demonising society’s ‘morally unfit’ | Kenan Malik
The IPP scandal should not be seen in isolation. It is all part of today’s politics by vilification

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05, May, 2024 @5:00 AM

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For migrants, ‘deterrence’ doesn’t deter. It’s cruelty, not compassion, Mr Sunak | Kenan Malik
Supporters of the Rwanda deportation scheme fail to understand the lessons of Australia

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28, Apr, 2024 @7:30 AM

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Left silences right, right silences left. But censorship stops us pushing for change | Kenan Malik
In Brussels and Berlin, flimsy excuses were trotted out to stifle political debate

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21, Apr, 2024 @6:30 AM

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Riz Ahmed’s Defiance: how the visceral racism of 70s Britain gave way to a new era of identity politics | Kenan Malik
A candid documentary tells how a generation of activists from Asian communities confronted prejudice

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14, Apr, 2024 @6:30 AM

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What a teacher in hiding can tell us about our failure to tackle intolerance | Kenan Malik
A class about free speech was cynically exploited by activists to incite fury in a local community

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31, Mar, 2024 @8:00 AM

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We think loneliness is in our heads, but its source lies in the ruin of civil society | Kenan Malik
Forty years ago, a US historian claimed that social changes were severing communal bonds. He was right

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24, Mar, 2024 @7:15 AM

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Plundered and corrupted for 200 years, Haiti was doomed to end in anarchy | Kenan Malik
Successive foreign governments plunged it into unpayable debt and left its citizens in penury

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16, Mar, 2024 @7:00 PM

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Elon Musk v OpenAI: tech giants are inciting existential fears to evade scrutiny | Kenan Malik
Moguls extol the fruits of artificial intelligence, but seek to hide its science from public view

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10, Mar, 2024 @7:00 AM

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Blurring the line between criticism and bigotry fuels hatred of Muslims and Jews | Kenan Malik
Racists often dismiss the charge of prejudice as an attempt to prevent debate

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03, Mar, 2024 @7:00 AM

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