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Give us action on climate not just words, say developing nations ahead of Cop26
Demand for G20 to ‘step up’ with tougher emissions reduction targets and financial aid for poorest

Fiona Harvey

09, Oct, 2021 @1:04 PM

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British woman with newborn in Grenada turns to crowd funding for fare back to UK
New mother among thousands of travelling Britons waylaid by Covid-19 measures globally

Diane Taylor

14, Jul, 2020 @3:07 PM

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Windrush lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie: 'The Home Office is treating people with contempt'
The lawyer representing 200 victims of the Windrush scandal says systemic racism is at the root of the problem

Amelia Gentleman

22, Jun, 2020 @11:42 AM

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Feminism, flour bombs and the first black Miss World
Millions watched as protesters took over the 1970 Miss World contest. Now, as a film recounts the story, Jennifer Hosten tells of winning the crown and her own battle with racism

Rob Walker

09, Feb, 2020 @7:55 AM

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Edward Seaga obituary
Prime minister who steered Jamaica towards the political centre

Peter Mason

28, May, 2019 @10:54 PM

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Windrush victim's mother accuses UK government of racism
Sentina Bristol says her son died after struggle to prove his legal status to the Home Office

Nicola Slawson

17, May, 2018 @6:17 PM

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Hurricane-hit islands need debt relief | Letters
Letters: Those who have contributed the most to climate change are the real debtors so it is unfair that small island states be indebted as a result, write Keith Mitchell, prime minister of Grenada, and Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda. Plus a coalition of organisations calls on Theresa May to apologise for the UK’s anti-gay legacy


15, Apr, 2018 @5:01 PM

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Caribbean crime thriller wins inaugural prize for only BAME writers
The Jhalak prize, set up to address UK publishing’s long lack of diversity, goes to Jacob Ross’s crime novel The Bone Readers

Sian Cain

17, Mar, 2017 @7:45 PM

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Letter: Dazzled in the presence of Tony Cozier
Alex Brummer writes: As the Guardian’s Washington correspondent in 1983, I was assigned to cover the political upheaval in St George’s, Grenada

Alex Brummer

15, May, 2016 @11:37 AM

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As waves crash ever closer to our doors in Grenada, will Paris talks stem the tide? | Dessima Williams
Small island nations are at the mercy of climate change and rising water levels. Leaders at COP 21 must fight for the emissions cuts that will allow our survival

Dessima Williams

24, Nov, 2015 @1:30 PM

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Why is Ronald Reagan talking from beyond the grave?
A recording of a phone conversation the former US president made to Margaret Thatcher after invading Grenada has just surfaced. And it makes interesting listening …

10, Nov, 2014 @3:55 PM

Reagan apologised to angry Thatcher over Grenada, tapes reveal
President told British leader lack of warning over invasion of Commonwealth country was because of fears of US mole

Mark Tran

10, Nov, 2014 @10:07 AM

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