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To ignore Nigel Farage and the populist right is complacent | Nick Cohen 16 Mar 3:30pm To ignore Nigel Farage and the populist right is complacent | Nick Cohen
As we concentrate on events in Westminster, unsavoury alliances are being forged in EuropeConventional wisdom has a remarkable capacity to recover from the many batterings it receives and carry on as if nothing has happened. Like Doctor Who, it doesn’t die but regenerates. Last week, it was anticipating the defeat of the populist right – that combination of opportunism, utopianism, victimhood, wilful ignorance, conspiracism and racism, for which we do not yet have a satisfactory label. Even though Theresa May’s government is collapsing as if it has been hit by a wrecking ball, even though her withdrawal agreement has been defeated by the two of the largest majorities ever, conventional wisdom assures us that the Brexit ultras must support it on her third attempt.
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Americans really pay a bribe for a good education? In Britain, we’ve got far subtler ways | Catherine Bennett 16 Mar 3:00pm Americans really pay a bribe for a good education? In Britain, we’ve got far subtler ways | Catherine Bennett
The deviousness that some routinely resort to here puts the US scandal in the shade “Dude, dude, what do you think, I’m a moron?” Thus, one of the parents accused of involvement in the
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Hungry, unwashed children fill our schools – how has it come to this? | Barbara Ellen 16 Mar 1:00pm Hungry, unwashed children fill our schools – how has it come to this? | Barbara Ellen
A new warning about schools becoming the fourth emergency services shames usAccording to a survey from the headteachers’ union, the Association of School and College Leaders, schools have become “
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Luke and Sophie Perry: where’s the shame in grieving your own way? | Rebecca Nicholson 16 Mar 11:30am Luke and Sophie Perry: where’s the shame in grieving your own way? | Rebecca Nicholson
It’s bad enough trying to cope with the death of a parent without finding yourself judged by strangers on social media Of all the difficulties to navigate when caught up in the sickening grip of grief, to be told you are not grieving correctly by strangers must be the one of the most bizarre. The actor Luke Perry’s 18-year-old daughter, Sophie, was
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My father was killed on Bloody Sunday. Britain must confront its colonial legacy | Tony Doherty 16 Mar 5:00am My father was killed on Bloody Sunday. Britain must confront its colonial legacy | Tony Doherty
The decision to only charge one soldier is astonishing. Little England must face up to the absolute horrors of its past The decision by the Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland to
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Excluded children can still have hope: here’s the proof | Gaby Hinsliff 16 Mar 2:00am Excluded children can still have hope: here’s the proof | Gaby Hinsliff
As arguments rage over knife crime, I’ve seen a school where troubled young people are turning their life around This summer, when she leaves school, Leah wants to become an art therapist. Her classmate Holly wants to do something with psychology, and for Sam it’s an apprenticeship with the police. None of this would be unusual except that Sam (not his real name), a chatty and engaging 16-year-old, used to spend his days at school
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