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It’s the culture war games – and the last Tory contenders are on the run from reality | Nesrine Malik
Johnson is on his way out but the ‘war on woke’ is here to stay: it’s all they have to talk about as the economy crumbles, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

08, Aug, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Only a country as complacent as the UK could give up its border privilege so easily | Nesrine Malik
Take it from someone who grew up with a ‘low-ranking’ passport – Brexit has made international travel inherently more chaotic and stressful, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

01, Aug, 2022 @6:00 AM

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What the absurd class cosplay of Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss tells us about Britain | Nesrine Malik
The UK’s rampant class anxiety is enabling Tory leadership candidates who want to pretend we live in a meritocracy, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

25, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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There are Tories of diverse origins and skin tones. What they need now is real difference | Nesrine Malik
It is positive to see more politicians of colour, but if the result is Sunak’s austerity or Badenoch’s culture war, how have things changed, asks Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

15, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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No amount of reputation laundering will clean the Tory party after Boris Johnson | Nesrine Malik
The next leader will be as much to blame for our crisis as the PM – no matter how they try to shimmy away from the crime scene, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

11, Jul, 2022 @2:27 PM

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It doesn’t matter if Boris Johnson is a dead man walking as PM. The damage is done | Nesrine Malik
We think he will go one day soon and we’ll avoid disaster. But that’s false comfort: the meltdown is already happening, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

04, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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‘Some people are freaked out’: how Laetitia Ky tackles abortion, sexism and race with her extraordinary hair
From vacuum cleaners to menstruation, the Ivory Coast artist and activist creates incredible sculptures with her hair to tackle taboos. She talks about how learning to love her natural hair taught her to love being a black woman – and western criticism of her work

Nesrine Malik

31, Mar, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Let the horror in Ukraine open our eyes to the suffering of war around the world | Nesrine Malik
Too many frame Putin’s assault as an attack on ‘civilisation’, uniquely awful because it happened in Europe. That approach demeans us all, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

01, Mar, 2022 @12:15 PM

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Muslims still bear the stigma of the ‘Trojan horse’ scandal. Maybe that’s what was intended | Nesrine Malik
The events are historical, but it’s a mistake to believe they are behind us. The atmosphere that fed such lies is still here

Nesrine Malik

28, Feb, 2022 @8:00 AM

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‘I have a lot of resentment’: Patrisse Cullors on co-founding Black Lives Matter, the backlash – and why the police must go
It is 10 years since she helped launch possibly the biggest global protest movement in history. But then came controversy as huge sums of money flowed in. She describes how her childhood inspired her activism – and the hurt she has suffered

Nesrine Malik

28, Feb, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Scared to be 'woke'? It’s time for progressives to take a stand in the culture wars | Nesrine Malik
Topics such as empire and racism cannot be reduced to a threadbare concept like ‘wokery’. Labour must campaign for social justice on its own terms, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

21, Feb, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Johnson’s Starmer slur was just the latest proof of Britain’s rotten political culture | Nesrine Malik
There was more pushback than usual, but the smear didn’t come out of a clear blue sky, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

13, Feb, 2022 @5:05 PM

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